Early in the morning we will have breakfast in another cozy and quiet place "Omulevaya barrel". Tourists like meat and fish poses, and they also distinguish the fish in an alderly way. Popular dessert is cream tubes. The cafe is open from 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m.
You can stop by the Zuun Hagun camp on the way. There are also wonderful views of the winter Baikal. Infrastructure: cafe, sauna, fireplace and barbecue places, snack bars, shop.
Another by-product is a grocery store. Store water, snacks or any other food for the journey.
We're staying at the Rainbow Cafe. It's not a bad place to have dinner and go on to Irkutsk.
We're staying at Ust-Ordyn. There's a mall, a market, a pharmacy and several shops. You can also stop by the MeatOne Café if you want to stay here longer.
When we arrive in the city, we walk along Gagarin Boulevard. Gagarin Boulevard - motorway and pedestrian zone in the center of Irkutsk. It is considered to be a favorite place for locals. Gagarina Boulevard is an ancient street of Irkutsk, stretches along the right bank of the Angara River in the right-bank district of Irkutsk. Before the revolution it had another name - Alexander Square, because there is a monument to Alexander III. Then the street was called Vuzovskaya Street, later - Gagarin Boulevard (1961).
Very family-friendly! Traditional Russian cuisine. Cozy and quiet place, homely atmosphere disposes to a pleasant dinner at the end of the day. Favorite dishes of the visitors: flapjacks, shrimps in a batter, salad "herring under a fur coat".
"Youth is an island on the Angara River in the center of Irkutsk. Connected to the shore and the adjacent island of Horse Bridges. These two islands are popular with tourists and locals in the summer, but also in winter there is something to do. Walk around Turnikovskaya Square, then ride on the Circumference wheel, it also works in winter. The Ferris wheel works until 10:00 p.m.