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Train Tours to Kazan
July 22, 2019 15:02

Kazan is one of the major scientific, economic, educational and sports centers of Russia. It has preserved its age-old traditions, rich culture and unique charm. It will be useful to add that in 2005 the city celebrated its millennium, and thanks to the magnificent celebrations, almost the whole world found out about Kazan. It is not surprising that the flow of tourists coming here is increasing from year to year, respectively, and the variety of sightseeing tours is growing. Railway tours are a very affordable and comfortable option for visiting Kazan. 

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Weekend Tours to Kazan

The duration of Kazan train tours is usually only 2-3 days, some can last 4 days. Such trips have a very rich excursion program, which is designed in such a way that in just one weekend, tourists can see all the most significant sights of the city, and take  pictures of its most picturesque places. Almost no tour in Kazan is complete without acquaintance with the main sight of the city - the Kremlin, included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. In addition, tourists visit the National Cultural Center, the Azimovskaya Mosque, Holy Cross Church, the park of the 1000th anniversary of Kazan, the Raifsky Mother of God Monastery, and   walk through the historic center of the city.

As a rule, travelers arrive at the Kazan railway station at about 9-10 a.m., after check-in they will have an excursion program and lunch at one of the restaurants in the city, and then  they usually have free time. On the second day, tourists   continue exploring the sights of Kazan, and around 6 p.m. transfer to the station is planned.

The cost of two-day tours to Kazan by train includes hotel accommodation, meals (most often breakfast), guide services and transportation services. Railway tickets Moscow - Kazan - Moscow are paid separately.

Thematic and combined train tours to Kazan  
Tourists who are interested in folk art can go on an ethnographic tour "Karavon". In addition to the traditional sightseeing tour of the city and visiting the Kremlin, you will be introduced to the ethnoculture of Tatarstan: performances of folk ensembles, cooking classes, tea drinking, as well as visits to ancient churches located in the vicinity of Kazan.

The “New Year in Ancient Kazan” tour will be a real surprise for those who would like to escape from the ordinary  gatherings around the New Year's table, and the program “Three Capitals - Three Republics” will introduce the main monuments of Kazan, Yoshkar-Ola and Cheboksary.

Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Kazan travel to Russia Russian regions Russian railways  

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