Historic Suzdal is one of Russia’s oldest settlements, dating back to early the 11th century. It’s a serene and charming place, offering a latticework of unpaved paths that wind by churches with candy-colored domes, rustic wooden structures and cinematic meadows. Sip some local medovukha honey cider for a true taste of the region.
Restaurants in Suzdal
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The one-day private tour to the Russian country-side.
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Light Bath opened in January 2015. In addition to rent halls for maximum health effect and completeness of sensations to our guests, we have developed a special menu and complexes that include basic procedures of Russian SPA. Each area includes several rooms for a good rest. At your service dressing room with individual lockers and a hairdryer, separate toilet, lounge for tea, shower area with heated marble stone, dayroom with a font and bed made of wood. Our unique steam ovens burned only with birch wood. Our ovens are designed and manufactured using a special russian technology, which provides a special, gentle steam, which does not burn the body and allows you to fully enjoy a visit to the proper "banya". Areas of first and lower floors are designed for a comfortable stay of up to 8 people. The cost of visiting include all accessories, towels, slippers, sheets, herbal tea with homemade jams and other accessories. You just come and enjoy your vacation. After the SPA-treatment we invite our guests to tea. In cafe we offer you a wide selection of teas and freshly squeezed juices, and hot home-cooked russian meals.
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The white buildings contrast with the bright flower gardens tended by the nuns. If you are fortunate enough to visit during a service you will experience the melodic singing of the nuns. Women need to cover their heads before entering the church.
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I got to the Church of Sts Boris and Gleb by tourist shuttle bus. It runs on a schedule from downtown Suzdal during the tourist season. You can check it out on the tourism web-site of Suzdal before your visit. The church itself is really stunning. It was before the Mongol invasion. I walked slowly reading all the captions. I had plenty of time. By the next bus arrival I was ready to continue my sightseeing trip.
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