Suzdal’s White Kremlin, the treasures of the cathedral and of the eighth-century monasteries that bore witness to so many great historical events are only half of this town’s enchantment.
Is it the timeless beauty of the authentic Russian landscapes, of millennia-old roads for you to stroll along; of fanciful wooden houses under bluish-grey Russian skies; of smiling locals living just a narrow street across from all this history and legend; sharing with you their great affection for this place, their home?
We do not know what you will love most, but we know you will feel the inexplicable magic of this place. Accommodation: boutique 4* hotel “Posad”.
Suzdal, August 2018. Courtesy of Mrs J.Faoro. Not much has changed since the first Russian Tsars united numerous principalities into the first Moscovia State, which later grew into the Russian Empire. 150 years younger sibling, Moscow, has since then grown into a global megalopolis and once a capital of world's second superpower. While Suzdal, which used to be a regional capital and powerful state as well, stayed away from politics for at least 500 years. And who knows what's better?