During the tour you will see the brilliant architectural complex of the Suzdal Kremlin and its gem - the beautiful Chamber of the Christ, explore the ensemble of the Monastery of Saint Euthymius. And of course, we will try "medovukha" - famous Russian drink based on honey. Suzdal produces the very best one!
Suzdal is said to be the reflection of the Russian soul. It is one of the most beautiful ancient small Russian towns.
We also visit the famous Museum of Wooden Architecture. Here you can see the ancient Russia and learn about traditional rural way of life. Proceed to Kostroma town (190 km).
Kostroma is the furthest from Moscow (344 km) and therefore the least visited city of the Golden Ring. It is located on the Volga River, and the high banks offer impressive views of the Volga expanses.
One of the most significant places in Kostroma is the Ipatiev Monastery. It is known as the “cradle of the tsarist dynasty”. Once, it was here that the founder of the Romanov dynasty, Mikhail Romanov, hid from his enemies, while his coronation ceremony took place in the Trinity Cathedral of the monastery.
Subsequently, the royal family often visited the Ipatiev Monastery and present it with rich gifts. Today, they can be seen in the monastery’s museum. Among the other religious buildings in the city, of interest is the Church of the Resurrection in the Grove – a monument to the art of the 17th century.
Check in into eco lodge in the pine tree forest, 25 km from Kostroma.