Tula is known as the birthplace of delicious gingerbread and the “samovar capital” of Russia. It is located 185 km from Moscow. It is a calm and quiet town with an ancient history - it is a year older than the capital (founded in 1146). Most of the excursion objects - temples and monasteries.Tula is famous for its pleasant climate - mild winter and cool summer. Streets of the city - a real open-air museum. There are many old buildings of the XVIII-XIX centuries. Tourists come here to take a look at the Tula Kremlin - this is the oldest building in the city.Evening Tula is no less beautiful. Charms backlit Kremlin, museums, the building of the Moscow railway station. They shine with soft lights at home on Lenin and Krasnoarmeysky avenues. It is worth looking at the lighted facades of the Philharmonic and the buildings of the Nobility Assembly.
• 10 hours
A private tour with a professional guide through the historical center of Tula is a great way to plunge into history of one of the oldest Russian city, which served for centuries as the defense of the Moscow State, and then became the country's largest weapon manufacturer. Also, accompanied by a professional guide, you will have an opportunity to get acquainted with the real Russian estate “Yasnaya Polyana”, the birthplace of the great Russian writer Leo Tolstoy.
• 6 hours