UFA is the capital city of the Russian Federation. It’s located on the bank of the Belaya (White) River, and is among the largest cities in terms of total area of inhabitated area. During the time of its incorporation into the Soviet Union, it was the biggest city located here. For a time, Ufa was known as Tomsk. Tomsk was the Old Town and remains an important historical center for both Russia and the Ukraine. It had been a key contact point for the Mongolian steamship trade.
The main attractions of Ufa consist of the Varya River (which connects the Ural mountains with the Sea of Sea), the golden sand dunes, the huge quantity of fresh water and mineral deposits, the unique flora and fauna, and many other natural and man-made wonders. The city has a strong cultural and economic character. The main industries are steel, petroleum, coal, aluminum, timber, iron, and gas, and grain. As a result, there are plenty of job opportunities in Ufa and around the region, which make living in Ufa a very profitable option.
The largest airport in Ufa is Ufa’s main airport. This airport is called the Ural-Sokol-Simferopol. This airport is quite frequently visited by passengers from ufa and other cities of Russia. You can reach the ufa international airport by rail and water. There are many bus services, which take you to the city center.
From the ufa international airport you can travel to Rashtuns, Chisty, Chepil, Vitov, Nizhniy Novgorod, Samara, Tverundino, Barnaul, and other cities of Russia. You can also travel to Moldova. There are many trains that connect Ufa to other cities of Russia. One of these trains is the Sheremetyev-Krasnaya railroad. From there, you can travel to the capital, Chepil, and the cities of Barnaul, Ufa, Samara, Chisty, and Rashtuns.
Besides these, there are many train stations in Ufa. There are direct trains to Ufa from Moscow and other major cities of Russia. The railway connecting Ufa to Chepil is the train named the Sheremetyev-Krasnaya. There are also sleeper trains. These trains bring visitors from Ufa to Chepil and from there to other places in Russia. Thus, you can easily find a sleeper or direct train to reach Ufa from any place in Russia.
You will find a lot of things to do in Ufa. If you wish to visit the village of Sheremetyev-Krasnaya, then you can do so. In this village, you will get to see the grave of Stepan Biroshkov. This famous Chepil villa was built especially for Stepan Biroshkov who was a famous painter. Thus, you can also visit this village of Sheremetyev-Krasnaya to see Biroshkov’s house and the house of his painting.