This 17th-century stone building once held the administrative chambers of Pskov. Today it houses a small museum that gives some insight...
Named after an early Pskov prince (also known as Daumantas, who ruled the independent city between 1266 and 1299), the preserved...
This blindingly white 72m-high structure can be seen from miles away on a clear day. Consecrated in 1699, it’s the fourth version of a...
A cooling beer or beverage on the terrace at this joint facing the kremlin is perfect on a sunny day. It also does wonderfully...
Bliny in all forms and flavours, plus self-serve cafeteria-style grub (schnitzel, meat patties, potato salad), are available at this...
Offers hour-long Russian-language kremlin tours (R650) and guided excursions further afield to Pechory Monastery and Stary Izborsk. English interpreters can be arranged.