Get acquainted with the life of a pre-revolutionary village, look into a hut of peasants and find unique household items that have long since been out of use. The museum has 15 architectural monuments in the form of elms, mills, barns and other structures from that time.
The Suzdal Kremlin has survived raids, fires and devastation. It is a museum complex, where many unique masterpieces of Old Russian art and exhibits related to the history of Suzdal are kept and displayed. The architectural ensemble is based on several churches, the Bishop's Chambers and the ancient Nativity Cathedral.
Originally, the monastery was built as a fortress in order to defend itself against enemies. But over time, cathedrals and other structures began to appear here. On the territory you can visit the prison castle, which held unwanted Catherine II prisoners, and under Soviet rule - political prisoners and German prisoners of war. There are also relics of Mikhail Pozharsky.
In this restaurant you will be transferred to the modern culture of gastronomy. Unusual interior, original details and familiar dishes of Russian cuisine in the interpretation of fusion will not leave you indifferent. They say it's very tasty borscht and salad with pumpkin and duck.
It's time to make a small stop at the convent in Kirzhach. It was founded by Sergei Radonezhsky himself in the 14th century. From the monastery you can walk to the Kirzhac River and enjoy the peace of local beauties.
It's time for a refreshment before the rest of the journey. Simple and very tasty dishes of European and Russian cuisine are served here.