The Most Popular Tourist Destinations in Ufa
Ufa is the largest city of the Russian Federation. It lies on the bank of the Belaya (White) River and hence is one of Russia’s biggest cities in regard to the total area of space covered. During the early times of the Mongol empire, their biggest city was also located here, Bashgirdt to this day. Today, it has become a modern city that houses not just Ufa City, but also a number of other settlements, both new and restorative. One of which being Ufa Sportbooks.
The city center and the entire region around Ufa are home to a number of historic landmarks. Among these landmarks include the Old Town square where numerous museums are housed, ranging from fine art collections to beautiful paintings to souvenirs to work of literature and music to architectural structures. The Old Town house museum is home to some of Russia’s finest artistic works ranging from ancient sculptures to contemporary artworks to collections of jewelry and precious stones. The museum is made up of two parts: a museum section and a restaurant section. The restaurant section features a variety of cuisine including many local dishes, along with appetizers, salads, and even some international dishes.
Besides the Old Town and the Old City, another prominent landmark in Ufa is the Ufa House Museum. This museum is located within the Old Town and houses relics that date back to the Khrushchevsky era and beyond. It features an aviary containing a swan, peacock, storks, quail and many other birds indigenous to the Russian Far East. Another famous fixture inside the Museum is the “izvestnik”, or Izvestiya, which is the newspaper published from the village of Ufa itself. Today, this newspaper is published only on selected days throughout the year and is actually bought and enjoyed by its readers in the village itself!
The Ufa Peninsula itself is home to a large contingent of vacationers who flock to the peninsula each year to spend their summer vacations and get away from the pressures of everyday life. The town is also an ideal place for sailing enthusiasts due to the availability of a wide and navigable strait between the Baltic and Black seas. The peninsula has a special connection with Ufa owing to its being the former capital and seat of the powerful Ufa clan. Today, this area is considered to be one of the most important points for exploring the history of ufa and belaya as both these cities have traces of their historical cultures behind them and the people who populated them.
On the other side of Ufa peninsula, you can find the rustic Ufa village calleduskirt (meaning “little bay”) with a population of just under two hundred souls where tourists can enjoy the charm of nature, the sea, and the sea animals – something not possible anywhere else in Russia! The village is located near the town of Moscow and is a short drive away from the Kubat region of ufa. Visitors to the village will discover an atmosphere similar to that of Tverland but with the difference that it is considerably smaller.
There are a couple of interesting points of interest near Ufa. First, if you want to experience a different climate than what is typically found in Russia, you should head towards Kubat. In Kubat you will find the turn people who live in wooden houses surrounded by straw on three sides. Second, you can stop by at a Ufa national airport service center in order to rent a car or a taxi. You will then be able to explore the village of Musikantai, which has a nice water park, a supermarket, and a cinema to watch films, listen to music, or participate in activities such as swimming, cycling, hiking and skating.