Krasnoyarsk tours will open up one of the seven cities reflected on the banknotes of the Bank of Russia, Russian Ruble. Krasnoryask is divided into two parts by the Yenisei River, the left bank is located in Western Siberia, and the right bank is in the Eastern. The main attractions are concentrated on the left bank, while the right one is rather industrial.
The Krasnoyarsk Museum of Local Lore, one of the oldest museums in Siberia with more than 450 valuable exhibits will definitely be highlight of your tour to Krasnoyarsk. Do not miss the Chapel of Paraskeva Pyatnitsa, symbol of the city. Located on the top of Karaulnaya Gora, the chapel provides the the best view of the city. Another must visit sight is the St. Nicholas Steamer built in 1886, used by the highest ranked authorities and became a museum in 1960. Don't miss the opportunity to stroll along Prospekt Mira, promenade to see the best views of the city and enjoy its atmosphere.
One day tour in Krasnoyarsk - Acquaintance with Krasnoyarsk: Mira street - Paraskeva Pyatnitsa Chapel -The "St Nicolas" steamship - Local History Museum.
One day tour in Krasnoyarsk - “Czar Fish’s” homeland: Krasnoyarsk Dam - The “Czar Fish” viewpoint - estate memorial of Victor Astafiev.
Discover industrial history, Siberian life, and beautiful scenery on this 1-week tour to Krasnoyarsk from Moscow. Visit one of the best museums of Russian history and ethnography, explore the famous Stolby (Pillars) Nature Reserve, and see one of the world’s largest hydroelectric power stations.