Be sure to take a thermos of hot tea for stops in nature and leave with the first rays of the sun in order not to miss anything. The most beautiful winter road along the Chuisky Tract, the museum of cosmonaut Titov, after which you will also want to go to space, awaits you. Plunge into the life of the large trading and merchant center of the South Siberia: on the territory of Biysk in the III millennium B.C. there passed the branch of the Great Silk Road. If you turn on your imagination, you can see how through thousands of kilometers the Ob becomes part of something larger, namely, part of the Arctic Ocean, and later the World Ocean.
Take a short weekend trip to unwind, immerse yourself in the history of the region, see the wonders of Mother Nature and want to be an astronaut again, just like you did when you were a child.
So, guys, let's go, shall we? Just to avoid surprises on the way, refuel with quality fuel to the full, pump up the tires, fill the washbasin and get coffee with healthy snacks! Cool emotions from the trip!
In this museum you will find personal belongings of astronaut Titov, his awards, models of space technology, space suit "Falcon-K" and even photographs from his family archive. On Monday and Tuesday the doors of the museum are open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., on other days - to 6 p.m..
At the site of the death of actor Mikhail Evdokimov, known for leading roles in such films as "About the businessman Thomas", "Do not send us ... a messenger?", "Do not be foolish", on the highway Barnaul-Biysk, in 2006, was built Chapel of St. Michael. There's a little photo break waiting for you.
You'll be hungry by the time you get to Biysk. Visit the restaurant "On the old place", which is located in the building of the hotel of the same name. Your car can be parked here in the hotel parking lot. Sovetskaya Street, on which the restaurant is located, is otherwise called Biyskiy Arbat, so your lunch will be held here - in one of the main historical centers of the city. Feel like an ancient merchant walking the Silk Road, a tired traveller carrying goods from faraway Mongolia and staying for refreshments.
The city just breathes history, the area was built by the project of Nicholas I. The houses have been well preserved due to the construction method of "cast brick". It consists in checking the strength of the bricks by dropping them from the height. A walk through the historic centre awaits you. At the beginning of the walk you will see the Assumption Cathedral, built in the traditional Russian-Byzantine style, which locals call the "Pearl of the city". The address of the cathedral: 13 Sovetskaya Street. Very close to the cathedral, at 9 Sovetskaya St., there is a building of Pedagogical University, located in the building of merchants Morozovs. At the beginning of the street you will find the Merchant's House of Rozhdestvensky, where at different times there were sales halls, a printing shop and even a female gymnasium. And here, right next door, is the monument to Peter I. The city was built according to the project of Nicholas I, but was founded by Peter I. The copper monument rises in the park named after Nicholas I, but the city was also built by Peter I. The copper monument rises in Garkavoy Square, within the boundaries of L. Tolstoy Street, Kirov Ave., Sovetskaya Street, Dvoinnykh Street, two minutes walk from the House of the Merchant Rozhdestvensky.
Bishop's farmstead is a historical and architectural and Orthodox monument. You can take a walk on the territory or visit the Museum of History of Altai Donbass Mission.
Stop by the city beach of the river Biya, soak up the fresh air of the region. Near the beach, a beautiful bridge spans over the Biya River. You can park your car right on the embankment under the bridge.
Walk further along Sovetskaya Street and you will find another historical building, the V. V. Bianka Regional Museum and the Chuysky Tract Museum. The museum funds include more than one hundred forty three thousand historically significant artifacts, such as ancient weapons, cult items, Buddhist sculptures and the unique collection of copies of Altai petroglyphs. The museum doors are open from Wednesday to Sunday from 10:00 to 17:00, but due to COVID-19 the opening hours may change.
Before heading back, be sure to have dinner in a conveniently located restaurant on the exit of the city - Mountainous Land. I'm sure you'll want to go back for a longer time and go even further to the Mountain Peaks.