Ulan-Ude (Russian: Улан-Удэ, IPA: [ʊˈlan ʊˈdɛ]; Russian Buryat: Улаан Үдэ, Ulaan Üde) is the capital city of the Republic of Buryatia, Russia; it is located about 100 kilometers (62 mi) southeast of Lake Baikal on the Uda River at its confluence with the Selenga. According to the 2010 Census, 404,426 people lived in Ulan-Ude; up from 359,391 recorded in the 2002 Census, making the city the third largest in eastern Siberia by population.
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5 based on 227 reviews
Not at all hard to get to, hop on the 97 bus,if you are staying at Baikal Plaza it is right outside the front door.The cost was about 50 roubles one way.The monastery is the last stop.Great views of the City and there is also a lovely boardwalk with very unusual life size fiqures of the Chinese zodiac at different points.
4.5 based on 321 reviews
This is why I enjoy TripAdvisor. First, yes I went and saw the enormous head honoring the late and the (at least to many people) great Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov. "Who you ask?" Well thanks to TripAdvisor I researched this gentleman of historical significance (like it or not you have to accept this fact) that we call Lenin. It was interesting as was the square. But all things added up, I call it average.
4.5 based on 153 reviews
The museum is interesting with lots of things to see but the animal section was completely horrendous. I was close to tears when I was walking around it. Animals such as bears, wolves and tigers are being kept in tiny concrete enclosures with absolutely nothing in them to keep them entertained and as a result they are either pacing up and down or simply lying on the ground not doing anything, depressed. In the tiger enclosure there was a tiger lying down with a piece of rotting meat next to it that it clearly didn't want to touch (who could blame it?) and there were mice crawling all over it. This part of the museum needs to be shut down. It was completely disgraceful and disgusting.
4.5 based on 65 reviews
Beautiful Cathedral circa 1750 that can be reached by strolled through the pedestrian walkways through the center of Ulan-Ude. It survived the Bolshevik purges by being useful as an "anti-religious" museum. Good thing. It is beautiful. Restoration after the fall of the Soviet Union brought it back to its former architectural glory.
4.5 based on 81 reviews
This street is really nothing special, normal shops, buildings in the average. The only nice things are the markets in the street at the weekend that sell manufacts and other items, you'll find квас in the tipical container. Have a walk, this is an access to an interesting part of the city.
4.5 based on 61 reviews
We watched a show in this theater, but what was striking is that the theater has maintained the architectural and decorative style of the Soviet period. While some are fighting against the symbols of the epoch gone, here the reconstructors and renovators preserved everything the way it was in the 60-s when the theater was built. Highly recommend to visit this unusual for our time place. Thank you guys!
5 based on 39 reviews
Этот объект находится очень далеко от Улан-Удэ. 180 км до Горячинска - дорога прекрасная, но потом начинается тяжелая часть с плохим дорожным полотном. Сама местность поражает каким-то странным ощущением чуда. Чтобы увидеть лик Богини Янжимы, надо постараться найти место, откуда она вам проявится. Многие едут за чудом, особенно те, у кого нет детей. Говорят, помогает!
4.5 based on 49 reviews
4.5 based on 38 reviews
4.5 based on 45 reviews
Buryatia History Museum has some nice Exhibitions on Buryat history. We waited for quite a long time to find someone who could sell the tickets to us and in the end, they let us in for 200 R per exhibition! I think it was a bit expensive. It seemed like they were not interested in guests coming and seeing the Exhibitions. The historic exhibition about Buryatia was interesting, only in Russian though.
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