Ufa is the second largest city and capital of the Republic of Bashkortostan within Russia. The city lies in the middle-one of the Belaya River and at the confluence of both the Ufa Rivers, in the north-west of Bashkortostan. The most important urban centre of Ufa is Ufa itself, with a population of more than five million people. A major commercial center, Ufa also has a number of interesting monuments and museums. Besides this, Ufa has one of the most beautiful and interesting parks in Russia, called the Pushchnik park. It was established in 1992 and has been receiving large numbers of tourists every year.
The Pushchnik park situated near the house museum in Ufa consists of two large complexes. At the beginning of last century there was a grain market, a mint, a granary and a saw mill. In recent times, the most impressive buildings have been built, including a huge conference hall, a restaurant with an icehouse, a swimming pool and a cafe with an outdoor bar. The most famous monument here is a clock tower, which dominates the whole city center. Another interesting building is a restored 12th century chateau called the Golden House and a small town called Samtsevsky.
At the other end of Ufa’s river is the city of Lenin, a port and the biggest port of the Russian region. The city is famous for its unique architecture and famous for its rich culture of the Ural-White Sea trade. There are many interesting historical places to visit in Lenin such as the Golden House and the Cathedral of St Nicholas. You can also visit the village of Gorodishche and the village of Novgorodsk, which are famous for their beautiful houses with stunning architectural structures.
A few hours drive from Ufa and a few hours away is the city of Kashchetnapata, another major cultural center of the Ural region. Kashchetnapata is home to the world’s largest library – the State Museum of Natural History. The museum started in 1917 and until present it houses some twenty-five thousand paintings and three hundred works of contemporary art. Besides, the house museum and the Institute of Archaeology are other important attractions in Kashchetnapata.
For those who are interested in culture and art, Ufa and Kashchetnapata are a perfect destination. Tourists who visit Russia will be surprised by the wealth of culture and art present in these cities. Art enthusiasts may enjoy a trip to the Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts or the Russian Museum. The Leninskaia and Samtsevsky museums provide tourists with a glimpse into Russian life and culture. The last stop of a cultural tour in Russia would be the President Hotel, a palace in Ufa.
The last stop on a cultural tour in Russia is the Ufa, which has two terminal buildings and the old town hall. At the President Hotel visitors can enjoy the unlimited free services provided by the hotel including Wi-Fi, complimentary coffee, daily cappuccino, delicious food, sports news and more. The Seasonshare Hotel Moscow is another good choice, with its pleasant atmosphere and free services. The hotel offers a special package for long-term rentals and guests of the unrestricted free agent.