Discover top attractions in the Republic of Tatarstan’s capital at your own pace on this 1- or 2-day hop-on hop-off bus tour of Kazan. Hop aboard your open-top, double-decker sightseeing bus and enjoy fine city views in comfort. Gain insight into the Russian city’s heritage via the informative on-board commentary and alight at any of the 10 stops along your route at your leisure. Along the way, discover top city attractions such as UNESCO–listed Kremlin of Kazan, Gabdulla Tukay Square, the Volga River, Yunusov Square and Kombinat Zdorovye.
With the choice of a 1-day or 2-day ticket, City Sightseeing Kazan is the perfect way to explore the sights of this amazing city.Situated on the Volga River of Russia, Kazan is a magnificent city to explore, boasting over 1,000 years of history. Stay on board for the entire 1-hour loop, or hop on and off as you please to explore by foot. Visit the city's main sights and landmarks including the UNESCO World Heritage–listed Kremlin of Kazan, the Volga River, Kazan State University, the Our Lady of Kazan holy icon and many legendary performing arts centers. Hop-on to the City Sightseeing bus tour at any of the 10 stops located around the city, or if you’d like to start at the beginning, hop-on at Stop 1 at Gabdulla Turkey Square. Here you’ll find the Statue of Gabdulla Turkey, the famous poet, which is a significant monument in Kazan. At the Yunusov Square, enjoy more significant sights including the Yunusov-Apanayev House, a large estate with a history dating back to the early 1800’s. Passengers on the tour will hear all about its occupation from our wonderfully informative on-board audio commentary, or you can hop-off and explore it for yourself! When you’re ready, hop back on as the tour continues to more of Kazan’s magnificent landmarks including the Bell Tower of Epiphany Church and the National Museum of Tatarstan, where you can continue to discover the city’s extensive historic background. Another memorable spot to explore is the Sultan-Galiyeva Square, hop-off here and discover why it was named after the national movement leader. Enjoy the more sociable and leisurely side to Kazan at Liberty Square, which is home to many shops, eateries, cafes and bars. You can also admire the city’s Town Hall, which is one of the city’s most important modern-day buildings.Another bustling street in Kazan is the Bauman, hop-off here to enjoy more wonderful attractions and a vibrant atmosphere of an evening!