Educational eco-tour through national parks and reserves of Vladimir and Ryazan regions – Day 3: Return to civilization

Today is the final day! But there are a couple more interesting places waiting for us. We go to Moscow, and on the way we will visit the Holy Spring, which is located near the St. John the Theological Monastery. After that we'll visit an unusual open-air museum.
Educational eco-tour through national parks and reserves of Vladimir and Ryazan regions
Visiting:

Trip duration: 3 days

Anastasia Baklanova

Pyaterochka

Before we continue our adventure, we'll stop by the store to buy some breakfast and snacks for lunch.

Купель

Wells


We did not have time to visit this font on the first day, but it is really worth your time. The Holy Stream runs at the foot of the St. John the Theological Monastery near the ancient monastery caves. The legend says: "Water from this stream and prayer to St. John the Theologian helped people get rid of a variety of sicknesses and ailments".

Музей Деревянного Зодчества "Лесная Крепость"

Museums


We didn't have time to visit this museum either on the first day. That's why we're coming here today. It's located on the shore of Lake Velikoye.

Мещёрский национальный парк

National Parks


The Meshchera National Park was established in 1992 in the Vladimir region to preserve the nature of the Meshchera lowland. On its territory you can: visit the Regional Museum, take a tour with an individual guide and visit the Museum of Nature.

Крендель

Cupcake Shops


On the way to Moscow we'll make a small halt and try baked potatoes with fish, and for dessert we'll take delicious pastries.