The trip goes northwest from the city of Omsk and lasts two days. The route goes through the famous German settlement Azovo, the unique salt lake Ebeyta and many interesting settlements, each of which carefully keeps its history.
Today you will visit several interesting settlements in the Omsk region, as well as a unique salt lake.
When taking the route, don't forget to dress warmly and bring food and hot tea just in case.
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Alexandrovka is the oldest German settlement in the region. It is here that real Bavarian beer is brewed and delightful sausages are prepared according to recipes of the XIV century.
The museum will tell you about the history and ethnography of the Siberian Germans, about the life of the village, as well as will please the art gallery, which presents the works of local original artist, public figure AK Wormsbecher, telling about the history and culture of the Russian Germans, the Siberian nature.
Sherbakul settlement was founded in 1983 under the name Borisovka. The first church was erected here four years after the establishment of the settlement, which was built with the funds of the Alexander III Foundation. Sherbakul is also the birthplace of a famous TV presenter, writer and producer Leonid Yakubovich. In the museum you will see antique household items: clothes, furniture, kitchen utensils, appliances, also antique books, postcards, a collection of paintings, coins and much more! For more information, you can refer to [this website](https://shemuzey.jimdofree.com). Weekends: Saturday and Sunday. Break from 12:30 to 14:00. Every last Friday of the month is a sanitary day.
The museum will tell you about the history and life of a small working village, learn about the nature of the area, and see many old things.
For lunch, you can go to this little café. It will delight you with inexpensive and delicious dishes: salads, first and second courses, drinks!
A monument that reminds residents and tourists of the fact that the settlement was founded by the West Siberian railway.
In this little cafe you can have a delicious dinner. Local people praise shish kebabs and salads, and recommend taking snacks. Then you can go on holiday to the hotel.
Today you will travel through several interesting messages and learn more about life in Western Siberia.
You can learn about life in Nazyvaevsk settlement in this museum. You can find more information [on this site](https://muzeinzv.omsk.muzkult.ru). Weekends: Saturday and Sunday.
Try a bake from the local factory, I'm sure you'll like it!
One of the most beautiful buildings in the city, one of the oldest and most significant architectural sights.
Formerly a wooden and now a stone temple, which was built by the inhabitants of the settlement in the middle of XX century.
The museum will tell you about the history and life of the city of Tyukalinsk, there are a lot of antique items. And more information can be found at [this site](https://museum-tukalinsk.ru). Working hours: Monday - Thursday from 9:00 to 17:30, Friday from 9:00 to 17:00, lunch break from 13:00 to 14:00, Saturday - day off, Sunday from 11:00 to 14:00.
You can have lunch at this small but cozy cafe. They say there's an amazing lagman and excellent borscht!
It's a great trip, isn't it? And to make it dynamic, come to the Gazpromneft filling station, take water and a snack.
There is a factory in Red Yar that produces wonderful dairy products. In any nearby store you can find its products to try.
Come in for dinner at one of the Red Yar cafes. Here you will enjoy meat dishes, Greek salad and excellent salted meat.
I hope you liked the trip and learned a lot about the Omsk region!