We have breakfast at the hotel and we're on our way.
We will visit the Istra cheese dairy opened on the anniversary of Russia's response to Western sanctions. From Thursday to Sunday, from 10:30 to 16:30 you can watch the process of cooking local cheeses. And then chase the cheese heads to the local shop. Important: there is a cafe at the cheese factory from 9:00 to 20:00.
Let's stop at 6 stone giants, actually embodying the whole 28 heroes, who on November 16, 1941 blocked the road to Moscow 50 fascist tanks.
Let's take a look at a hydroelectric power plant built almost a century ago on the Lama River. During the Great Patriotic War, the station was destroyed, and it was restored only 40 years later.
We will fish on Lviv's ponds, which are famous for their perch, pike and crucian carp. In addition to the natives, other traditionally Russian fish species have also taken root here. You can bury the catch if you like or cook it right at the Finnish grill house. We will get lunch ourselves today! It is recommended to complete a successful fishing trip by visiting a bathhouse-bottom.
The cherry on the cake in our journey is the first race track of the highest category FIA F1 in Russia. Anyone with a driver's license will be able to experience the limits of their own or locally rented car on the road, where no speed limits apply. Here we go! Important: you need to book a racing session (15 minutes) on the official Moscow Raceway website.