In this place you will find dishes that our children are so used to (eggs, porridges, pancakes with different toppings). And, of course, dumplings with the most diverse and unusual fillings, cooked classically, in an oven, in a pan and steam.
Let us touch the history of one of the most important Russian shrines, founded in the 14th century by Sergiy Radonezhsky. We will see the largest operating bell in Russia, weighing 72 tons "Tsar Bell", and one of the oldest bells - "Swan", which in the 16th century gave the monastery Boris Godunov. We can walk along the laurel by ourselves or order a tour in the Pilgrimage Centre. Children can take part in one master class on pottery or painting and stained glass production.
Next, for a change, extreme and fun.
Lunch in an atmospheric restaurant away from the noisy tracks.
Before returning to Moscow - a walk near a picturesque monastery.
We'll have dinner on the bank of the Klyazma River, at the Moreman restaurant. European cuisine, excellent seafood, pleasant interiors and a view on yachts and boats - for a while you even forget that you are in the Moscow region!