Millennium Axis walking tour1 Day | Astana Opera building, Round Square, Nurzhol and Vodno-zeleniy (Green Water) Boulevards, Astana-Bayterek Monument, Main Square

Millennium Axis walking tour

Walking is the best way to explore a city. During this short walking tour on the Millennium Axis, you will see what the new capital of Kazakhstan looks like and enjoy views of the modern city.

Tour itinerary:

Your guide will meet you at Khan Shatyr shopping center which is the starting point of a two-hour tour in Astana. Start walking on Millennium Axis line named by Kisho Kurokawa, chief architect and creator of Astana general layout. Visit Astana Opera building, numerous fountains on the Round Square. Continue to Nurzhol and Green Water boulevards with skyscrapers of exceptional architectural forms. At the top of Astana - Bayterek monument*, enjoy breath-taking panoramic view on the city. Finish the tour at the Main Square studded with governmental buildings.

Duration: 2 hours

*Bayterek Tower is closed for reconstruction until June 2017. We gladly replace it with a visit to the Museum of First President (closed on Mondays).

Prices:

Number of travellers

1

2

3

4

5

Price per person, USD

60

40

40

35

25

 

Price includes:

  1. Guided sightseeing tour;
  2. Entrance fees to the sights.

 

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