Kazan is located in the Republic of Tatarstan in southwestern Russia, and is a fascinating, progressive city that combines both Russian and Tatar culture. Kazan is known for its restaurants and historic sites, as well as its modern new buildings. While staying in Kazan you can also take day trips to other parts of Russia that are accessible by public transportation, such as Zelenodolsk, Cheboksary, or Yoshkar-Ola.
Start your exploration of Kazan at the Kazan Kremlin, an ancient fortress containing both an Orthodox Church and the ornate Kul-Sharif Mosque. Visit the Hermitage in Kazan, which is a popular art gallery that shows art from around the world with a focus on Russian art. Make sure to also spend a few hours walking down Bauman Street, which is a bustling street filled with bars, shops, and street performers. Some popular restaurants on Bauman Street are House of Tartar Cuisine and Basilico. Another great place to visit to get a sense of the city’s culture is Kazan’s Central Market, which is a great place to try local foods and buy souvenirs. Take the metro system and stop at each station to enjoy the beautiful mosaic art.
Take a day trip to Zelenodolsk, which is also located in the Tatarstan region of Russia and is only 40 minutes away by car or by public transportation. In Zelenodolsk you can walk around Central Square, visit the Zelenodolsk Art Gallery, and see temples such as the Temple of Our Lady of Kazan. Another day trip you can take from Kazan is to Cheboksary, which is in the Chuvashia Republic region of Russia. It’s faster to reach Cheboksary by car, since it takes a little over two hours compared to over six hours by public transportation. In Cheboksary you can see the Mother Patroness Monument and explore the Chuvash National Museum. You can also take a day trip to Yoshkar-Ola, which is located in the Mari El Republic region of Russia. Yoshkar-Ola is also approximately a two-hour drive from Kazan. In Yoshkar-Ola you can see monuments such as the Monument to Empress Elizabeth, see the exhibits in the National Art Gallery, and walk around the Square of Government House.
You can rent a luxury apartment in the center of Kazan that’s within walking distance of popular attractions such as Bauman street, the Soyembika Tower, and the Qolsharif Mosque. Some apartments also have balconies and are within walking distance of the beach. 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 Kazan vacation rental today!
Kazan has several transportation methods that you can choose from, including bus, train, car rentals, and taxis. There are several car rental companies, such as Hertz, Kabrio Klub Kazan, and Avis.
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The average price of a nightly rental in Kazan' is $43 while the average price of a weekly rental is $238. For those looking for more than a short term rental such as corporate rentals, extended stays or long term rentals, the average monthly price of a Kazan' home is $797.
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