Backed by a park with a Ferris wheel and Gaudi-esque fountain, the active Trinity Church sprouts a series of green bulb-domes.
Fine Arts Museum
Come here for regularly changing exhibitions as well as permanent displays of Buryat and Russian art.
Eastern Baikal tours and activities.
Perched atop the new glass-and-steel Eurozone Centre (an unwise choice of name if ever there was one), this café-bar has the best views...
A frugally post-Soviet version of a fast-food emporium.
Kofeynya Shokolad information
Lonely Planet review
Remarkably suave for the surroundings, this minicafé makes the best macchiato in town and serves 11 types of latte. It’s built into the front terrace of the Buryat National Theatre building and uniquely enjoys simultaneous views of Ulan-Ude’s two finest churches.