The former headquarters of the Singer sewing machine company, which opened a factory in the Russian capital in 1904, is one of St...
Tucked in a recess between Bolshaya and Malaya Konyushennaya uls is this lovely church, in the Romantic-Gothic style, built for St...
The most central branch of this mini-chain that brings a high-class polish to the self-serve canteen concept with many dishes cooked...
Bolshaya Sadovaya ul 68 · interesting places nearby
Yolki Palki information
All visitors to Rostov should eat at least once at this amazing mix of indoor theme park and restaurant. Sprightly waiters wear twee national costumes while customers are seated in forest glades under spreading oak trees and woven wooden fencing. There’s a buffet for picking and choosing. Sample the bliny, brave the zalivnoe (jellied fish) and Ukrainian salo (cured pig fat), slurp the okroshka (cold soup) and wash it all down with a cranberry juice or kvas .