Irkutsk is the capital of Russia’s Irkutsk region and is one of the largest cities in Siberia. The city is filled with monuments, restaurants, and museums to explore. The city also has several convenient public transportation options, making it easy to venture out and explore other parts of Russia as well.
Check out the exhibits at the Irkutsk Regional Art Museum, the Regional Museum, or the City History Museum. Make sure to also visit the Epiphany Cathedral, which was the first cathedral built in Irkutsk. For authentic Russian food, have dinner at Rassolnik. If you’re in search of Mongolian food, try eating at Kochevnik. Irkutsk also has several pubs, such as Bierhaus and Liverpool.
Russia is an extremely large country so try to visit as many different towns and cities as you can while you’re there! Angarsk is a 40-minute drive from Irkutsk. Alternatively, you could take public transportation, which would take a little over an hour. A great way to explore Angarsk is to go on a walking tour, where a local will take you to all of the popular monuments, the Main Square, and see historic churches such as the Raising of the Cross Church. Another day trip you can go on is to Cheremkhovo, which is two hours away by car and about three hours and 15 minutes by public transportation. In Cheremkhovo you can see a show at the Cheremkhovo Drama Theater or eat at one of the many local restaurants, such as Cherembass. If you’re looking to take a day trip to the coast, consider checking out Listvyanka for a day. Listvyanka is about an hour drive from Irkutsk. In Listyvanka you can see a seal show at the Nerpinarium, see the sculptures in Retro Park, and explore the exhibits at the Baikal Museum.
There are a wide variety of accommodations available in Irkutsk. You can stay in a cozy cottage on the shore of Lake Baikal with beautiful views of nearby islands. Or you can stay in a boutique hotel such as the Boutique Hotel Marussia, which is within walking distance of restaurants and the Modny Kvartal Shopping Centre. There are also a lot of apartments downtown near Sovietskaya Street, which is one of Irkutsk’s main streets. Wherever you choose to stay, Tripping can help you compare all of the rentals in the area by price, ratings, reviews, and more. Book your Irkutsk vacation rental today!
Irkutsk has several public transportation options, including trams, buses, trains, and ferries. Irkutsk has one of the main train stations on the Trans-Siberian railway. If you are planning to take a day trip to Listvyanka, you can take a boat from Irkutsk. If you’d rather rent a car, there are some car rental companies such as Sion Car Rentals and Avis Russia.
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