The Viking inclusive part walking tour started with a walk past the Cathedral if the Assumption which was busy at the time. The bell tower is yet to be started so the bells are suspended by frame situated nearby which were interesting to see. The...More
Sightseeing Tours in Yaroslavl
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This was an included part of our Viking trip to Yaroslavl, and provided an insight of a grand house of the late nineteenth century with its furnishings and interesting collection of Russian art. The tour was taken by a young guide dressed as the daughter...More
Yaroslavl is defenetely place worth to visit. It has great infrastructure, many cafes, many places to walk aroun, Volga River, Kremlin, museums. The architecture reflects 19 century Russian Provintial Market Town.
On our Viking cruise this was one of my favorite places to visit. Although not as big as Moscow or St. Petersburg it has many of the amenities of bigger cities. The Governor's Mansion is a must see. This beautiful building houses a great collection...More
As part of our river cruise in Russia we stopped at Yaroslav. This is a showcase of how a city can be a gracious hostess to visitors. Museums, historical period recreations on the life of the governor' Family. Fantastic quartet of voices, impressive churches and...More
We were treated to a concert in the ballroom and it was wonderful!!! That was followed by some dancing demonstrations of the period and it was very interesting.
Arrived in the quaint Golden Ring city of Yaroslavl, Russia on May 30, 2014. This city is one of the oldest, back to the days of the Vikings. We saw the fortified Transfiguration of the Savior Monastery & Cathedral, the oldest building in Yaroslavl, dating...More
Yaroslavl is another town outside Moscow that forms the Golden Ring.Noteworthy are the Spaso-Preobrazhensky Monastery and St.John the Baptist church with its 15 domes. During Stalin's time many of the churches were either blown up or were converted to uses other than as churches. In...More
We stopped in Yaroslavl on our Russian river cruise going down the Volga River. It is one of the oldest Russian towns, founded in 1010 (one and a half century earlier than Moscow). Since the end of the 16th century, Yaroslavl became a big trade...More
Rostov the Great is a many century old Kremlin (fortress) containing many fine examples of Russian orthodox churches at this site where the Patriarchate once sat. These churches contain many fine examples of Russian Orthodox iconostasis. Within the kremlin walls is an excellent museum of...More