Eastern Baikal tours and activities.
Fine Arts Museum
Come here for regularly changing exhibitions as well as permanent displays of Buryat and Russian art.
Ulan-Ude City Museum
Occupying the merchant’s house where imperial heir Nicholas II stayed in 1891, this small museum has exhibits examining Verkhneudinsk’s...
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.
Lonely Planet review
Built between 1741 and 1785, UU’s largest church was also the first stone structure to appear in the city. Used as a museum store from 1929 until the fall of communism, its exterior has been renovated in a chalky white and the domes once again tipped with gold, but the interiors are plain whitewash, awaiting their Byzantine decoration.