Uglich in the Golden Ring


Hotel Chayka (Seagul)

The hotel offers extensive facilities, including a banquet room with a fireplace, a dining room, a wellness centre with sauna, pool, and Jacuzzi, a dining room, table tennis, parking, and more! There is a outside grill for a cook-out and 50 m away the Ulejma River, where guests can go boating, fish, relax, or have a picnic! Currently the 3 floor facility offers single, double and deluxe rooms. Each room features bathroom or shower, cable TV, phone.
  Persons Nights Quantity Price, EUR Total, EUR
35 0 35 5.00 175.00
35 1 35 38.72 1,355.20

Hotel Moscow

DESCRIPTION & LOCATION: Uglich is one of the most ancient cities of Russia, from the year 937. A city with a thousand year history, it is where the dynasty of Rjurikovichej ended and the Romanov dynasty began. Hotel Moscow is located in the historical centre of Uglich, on the coast of the Volga, 200 m from River Station.
• ACCOMODATION & CATEGORIES: 47 rooms following categories:
•2 rooms "Luxe", king bed;
•3 rooms "Studio", king bed;
•8 standard rooms, king bed;
•24 standard rooms twins;
•5 standard room, -1floor.
•5 standard rooms mansarda floor
• F&B OUTLETS: warm and cozy restaurant for up to 80 people, offering delicious Russian and European cuisine. There is free parking in front of the hotel for up to 25 cars.
• CONFERENCE & MEETING FASCILITIES: The hotel has plenty of experience for business and corporate events, offering a conference meeting room for 44 people.
• OTHER FASCILITIES: There are also welness facilities, including a fitness centre, a swimming pool, steam and dry saunas, a hairdressing salon, a billiards room and a parking lot for cars and buses.
There is free parking in front of the hotel for up to 25 cars, Souvenir/Gift Shop(s)
  Persons Nights Quantity Price, EUR Total, EUR
35 0 35 5.00 175.00
35 1 35 58.08 2,032.80

Description of Uglich city

Uglich is a historic town in Yaroslavl Oblast, Russia, on the Volga River. Population: 38,260.
A local tradition dates the town's origin back to 937. It was first documented in 1148 as Ugliche Pole (Corner Field). The town's name is thought to allude to the turn the Volga makes nearby.
Uglich had been the seat of a small princedom from 1218 until 1328 when the local princes sold their rights to the great prince of Moscow. As a border town of Muscovy, it was burnt several times by Lithuanians, Tatars and the grand prince of Tver. The distance from Moscow dures 4 hours by bus.
The modern town did have a famous watch manufacturing plant now closed, a railway station, and a hydroelectric power station. In November 2008 was opened a new Nexans cable mill. Actually, Stalin's decision to create the Uglich Reservoir led to severe flooding of the town's outskirts. Apart from the Kremlin, the city centre features other nice samples of old Russian architecture. Particularly notable are the Alexeievsky and Resurrection monasteries.
Throughout almost all of its history Uglich lived by trade. In ancient times this was a site of the leather trade. In the 16th century the town provided the royal kitchens with starlet, and traded in pelts. In the 19th century it made a name for itself with cured hams and sausage. And in the 20th century — the Uglich cheeses, the famous watches with bracelets of the exquisite finift enamel and delicate, lace-like metal tracery.
In this town everything – the unique watches, the lovingly preserved wooden and stone houses of the 18th-19th centuries, where one can still encounter the old stoves with ornate tiles, the lacework of wooden-carved window casings and valances, in everything one witnesses the remarkable talent of the people who are both capable of creating works of art and able to lovingly preserve them for the generations to come.
It’s not by chance the small Uglich is not only entered into the historical “Golden Ring of Russia”, but is by right one of its main historical landmarks.

Coach (Full Day)

• DESCRIPTION: Please note, due to the traffic situation and according to Russkie Prostori Quality Standards - all transportation shall be ordered 1 hour prior to ensure exact departure. Guides will be available 30 minutes prior dispatching of the coaches. Transportation according to stated time and hours can be used with or without guide. We recommend having an assistant - because drivers in Russia generally do not speak English - and the guide/assistant will provide help during the journey and give explanations. Surcharge after midnight is per hour according to specification below. All extra hours are charged additionally according to drivers' journal. For assistance of guide / hostess during evening an additional cost for meals of drivers & guides might be charged.
• TYPE OF VEHICLE & CAPACITY: Mercedes Benz O-350, Mercedes Benz O-404, Neoplan Starliner, Neoplan citiliner. Max capacity 45 persons.
• SPECIAL NOTES: Beverages (mineral water) will be supplied only upon extra order. Please note that drinking and eating is not allowed in some vehicles. In case of more than three (3 coaches/vehicles) we strongly recommend an additional "runner" providing service and coordination at each stop (assistance with parking, tickets, forgotten things, advising correct buses and items not provided by guides at the time). NB! The vehicles shown in the pictures above are samples of vehicles used but not necessarily those provided during the actual tour.
  Persons Quantity Price, EUR Total, EUR
35 1 968.02 968.02
35 1 50.00 50.00
35 1 25.00 25.00

14:00 18:00 City Tour

The main sight of the city is the Uglich Kremlin, where Prince Dmitri used to live, St Resurrection Monastry, Transfiguration Cathedral, Alexeevsky Monastry and Church of St Dmitry on the Blood. Also there is a Historical museum of Arts and other private museums which one will never find anywhere else such as ‘Prison Art’, ‘Myths and Superstition Museum’, ‘Doll Museum’, ‘Museum of Russian Vodka’ and ‘Uglich Bell Museum’.
The districts of Uglich are famous for their picturesque landscapes that open up from the banks of Volga river attracting and amazing visitors. To many of those who are sailing along the Volga River Uglich City appears to be the most memorable as the beauty of the Volga scenery gloriously combines with the masterpieces of the ancient architecture. During the visit to the Museum of ‘Every day life’ guests will be offered to purchase traditional Russian souvenirs and take photos in the costumes of XIX-XX century.
  Persons Quantity Price, EUR Total, EUR
35 35 21.51 752.85

  Persons Quantity Price, EUR Total, EUR
35 1 0.00 0.00

20:00 Russian Estate

The restaurant is located on the premises of the hotel “Russian Estate”. In it there are 3 halls: Tavern hall with capacity of 70 pax, restaurant – 30-40 pax, and VIP hall that fits up to 30 pax. In the summer the restaurant opens up the outside terrace and invites its guests to absorb the spirit of Russian summer.
The restaurant is also famous for its group “Accord” that lightens up every event that takes place in the “Russian Estate”. Recommendations: folk entertainment for the evening.
  Persons Quantity Price, EUR Total, EUR
35 35 12.91 451.85
35 35 15.06 527.10

08:00 18:00 Excursion to Mishkin

Myshkin (Mouse in Russian) is a town in Yaroslavl Oblast, located on the steep left bank of Volga, about 250 km north from Moscow. Population of the city is around 6,5 thousand people, which makes it the smallest city in the region and almost the smallest in Russia. According to the legend the city got its name from a mouse that woke up one prince that lay down from a sleep. At first he was very furious at the mouse, but then noticed that it saved him from the snake that was crawling up to him. The town attracts a significant number of tourists usually arriving by river cruise ships. Myshkin retains architectural features characteristic for the 19th century Russia. It also features a number of museums. The museum of Russian Valenki (valenki - is ancient winter footwear). Such shoes were
very popular in Russia many years ago in such deep Russian province like Katsky Stan.
So, you can even buy it.
The house of Russian craftsmen. Here you can try yourself as a blacksmith as a joiner and as a potter. Unique in the world, the Mouse Museum is in the ancient city of Myshkin in Yaroslavl Region, Russia. The museum was created in 1990. The Mouse Museum boasts 2,000 mouse-related items from all over the globe. Mice made of various materials using diverse art techniques form a unique collection. Pieces have been gathered from different countries. In 1996, resourceful Myshkin people held The International Festival "Mouse-96". It contains a collection of children's toy mice, King-Myshaus, many dolls and exhibits on mouse-related subjects in general.
Recommendations upon arrival is to hire a folk band that will meet the guests with the traditional Bread and Salt ceremony, shot of vodka and folk dancing and singing (service available at additional price)
  Persons Quantity Price, EUR Total, EUR
35 35 43.02 1,505.70

Mouse Trap

  Persons Quantity Price, EUR Total, EUR
35 35 15.06 527.10
35 35 12.91 451.85


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