What would you say if I suggested you run away from town and go on a short vacation in search of adventure? Walk through the museums, visit the estates of famous personalities, take a walk in the parks and just get some privacy with nature. Families with children will especially enjoy this route.
In short, today the program includes: interesting places of Dolgoprudny, the Mayakovsky Dacha Museum on Shark Hill, where he wrote many of his poems, an amusement park in Sergiev Posad and a restaurant, which has become a landmark. The day promises to be rich and madly interesting.
Our journey will begin with an unusual tour of an ice cream factory. Here we will learn all the secrets of production and see how the filling fills the glasses or Eskimo is covered with glaze. But the most pleasant part of the excursion is the final one, as at the end you can taste fresh ice cream. But it is better to sign up for a convenient time [in advance](https://chlclub.ru/individualnoe-korporativnoe-posewenie/).
After the excursion you can walk in the Apple orchard, in summer it is especially beautiful. It is interesting that the garden decorated the city a hundred years ago, and now it has been breathed into a new life.
Not a bad restaurant almost in the city center, with quality service and a varied menu. By the way, prices do not bite here. Let's have lunch and go again!
Dacha, which was once filmed by the famous Russian poet VV. Mayakovsky. This is where he wrote some of his poems: "The Attitude to the Lady", "Dacha Case", "Spring". The famous lines from his poem "An Extraordinary Adventure, which used to be with Vladimir Mayakovsky in summer at his summer cottage", which was also written here on Shark Hill: "At one hundred and forty sunset was blazing, it was summer in July, it was hot, the heat has floated - at the dacha was this. Pushkino's hump was hunching Shark Peas, and the bottom of the mountain. there was a village, crooked the roofs with a bark. And behind the village... a hole, and into that hole, I guess, the sun came down every time, slowly and surely." The museum is open from Tuesday to Sunday.
At the end of the day, we'll just go for a walk in the amusement park and ride the rides. The kids will be happy!
It's time for dinner, I picked a special restaurant for him. It is located in the heart of Sergiev Posad, and received its first guests back in 1992. Now the restaurant is already one of the main attractions of the city. It attracts tourists with its interesting interior and good cuisine. By the way, waitresses have a special dress code here, they bring food in traditional Russian sundresses.
Today we are waiting for interesting museums in Sergiev Posad and holy places outside it. Visit the museum, where you can touch the exhibits with your hands and reach the largest waterfall near Moscow. We will also visit the observation deck, the view from which is mesmerizing.
It's an intriguing name for a cafe, isn't it? I offer breakfast in this very stylish establishment. Pay attention to the mode of operation: Monday-Friday from 9:00, Saturday, 11:00, Sunday's the day off.
It's sure to be interesting for both adults and children. The museum is not a state museum, its founder is the artist Viktor Bagrov, who also conducts excursions here himself. He has arranged the exposition near his studio. The peculiarity of the museum is that the exhibits can be touched.
Another place to visit in Sergiev Posad is the museum complex "Equestrian Yard". It is located on the shore of the White Pond, and the complex was founded in 1790. The equestrian yard was built in 1790-1791. "square on 20 sazhens" in the form of a closed carriage of one-storey buildings with four round towers in the corners and a rectangular tower above the southern gate. Please note: Monday is a day off, Sanitation day is the last Friday of every month.
It's lunchtime! How about some dumplings? There's a great establishment near the Horse Yard Museum. By the way, they have a website where you can see the menu in advance.
Let's go on a walk to the holy places. The source was named in honor of Savva Storozhevsky, a pupil of Sergei Radonezhsky. According to the legend, the holy spring was extracted by Savva Storozhevsky from the depths of the earth, 150 m from the walls of the monastery prayer at the Trinity-Sergius Lavra.
On the way to another source, you can stop at the observation deck, which offers a panoramic view of the Lavra. Here you can get very beautiful pictures.
It's a very beautiful place, quiet and magical for some. The area is landscaped, you can just walk and get some fresh air. In general, Gremyachiy Klyuch or, as it is also called, Gremyachiy Waterfall is the biggest waterfall near Moscow. According to the legend, this spring appeared in the IV century after Sergiy Radonezhsky, traveling here, wanted to drink water, hit a staff, and from the ground hammered the source of purest water.
I invite you to a restaurant of Caucasian cuisine for dinner. Here is the best shashlik in town! I advise you to try it. Does the name seem familiar? Right, the restaurant is named after the famous Georgian artist, and the interiors are decorated with reproductions of his paintings.
The main attraction of the city - the Trinity-Sergius Lavra - I left for the last day of my stay in Sergiev Posad. Today we will also visit many other places: a toy museum, a museum of fairytale births, a Russian park, where your child will be interesting and informative.
Let's go back to a cafe named after a great figure. This time, Landau's physicist. Interesting stylized interior with photos, mechanisms, instruments and cones. Unusual cuisine: a bright mix of traditional Russian dishes, fast food and seafood.
Coming to Sergiev Posad, one cannot help but visit this place. The Trinity-St. Sergius Lavra has already become a visiting card of the city, many people come here just to see it. The founder of the Lavra is considered to be Sergey Radonezhsky, who in 1380 blessed Dmitry Donskoy for the battle with the invaders on Kulikovo field and became the ancestor of the Moscow state. His prayers for centuries kept the walls of the Lavra from the enemies.
Mandatory place to visit with children. Here you will enter the puppet kingdom. Children will enjoy watching the exhibits. And the adults will spend some time in their childhood.
The first half of the day was quite productive. We'll stop by the restaurant, have lunch and gain strength. It offers dishes of Russian and European cuisine.
There's a long road ahead of us, why not take a walk in the fresh air?
On the way to Pereslavl-Zalessky we'll stop in the most interesting place. The museum where fairy tales are born. The organizers promise: "the visit to the museum involves the visitors in the wonderful world of good, wise fairy tales and beautiful Slavic legends full of mysteries and riddles". Fairytale heroes need a rest too, Monday is the day off.
It's a great trip, isn't it? And for it to be dynamic, come to the Gazpromneft filling station, take water and a snack.
I suggest to finish the day in the place where the heritage of Russian people for the period of XIX-XX century is collected. It is worth visiting the museum itself and taking a walk on the territory where there are interesting street expositions.
Dine in a real tavern with log vaults and nourishing traditional dishes!
Pereslavl-Zalessky is one of the most ancient towns situated within Yaroslavl region. It was founded in 12 century by Yury Dolgorukiy. Now the city is a part of the route of the Golden Ring and very attractive for tourists. There are many curious museums, which are worth visiting with the whole family.
Let's start this day with a delicious breakfast! Fabulously cozy place, I want to stay here longer, but we still have so many visits to museums! And you can take your coffee with you and finish it on the way.
The first museum we will visit today is the Iron Museum. This is a private museum and it was founded by entrepreneur Andrey Vorobiev. It is located in the very center of Pereslavl Zalessky in a merchant mansion. The exposition of the museum is devoted to household irons from different countries and its "ancestors" - rock and rubel.
Another private museum, founded by Andrei Vorobiev and Dmitry Nikishkin. The building of the museum, which is painted in bright colors, and around it there are signs with humorous inscriptions: "Dummies live here", "Boiling with happiness", "Dummies don't have websites". The museum exposition consists of more than 130 unique exhibits collected in different parts of our country.
Lunch today offer a cafe Caucasian cuisine! Be sure to try khachapuri here.
It was decided to open the museum of Alexander Nevskiy in Pereslavl-Zalesskiy not by chance - it is the birthplace of the Grand Duke. Here you will learn the history of the region of the XII century. The museum has the following expositions: A model of the town of Pereslavl-Zalesskiy in the times of XII century, Layout "Three Warriors": Knight of the Teutonic Order, a Tatar-Mongol, a Russian soldier, Icons depicting St. A. Nevsky, Orders and medals from them. A. Nevsky.
In the museum there is a story about the history of one unique fish - Ryapushki, which decorates the coat of arms of the town of Pereslavl-Zalessky.
Today we have visited the most interesting museums of the city, now it is time to take a little walk in the fresh air.
Before we go to the hotel, we'll have dinner at one of the best restaurants in town. It is located in very picturesque district of Pereslavl-Zalessky.
Today we have an interesting day ahead of us. We will go on the road to Rostov the Great, and on the way we will visit an interesting family museum. After that, we'll visit the estate of the Leontief noblemen. We will stop in Rostov Veliky, the city is the cradle of Russian architecture and the Orthodox capital of Russia.
I suggest you start your morning in a cozy coffee shop with a cup of invigorating coffee and delicious pastries.
The museum is an art workshop of the Toporkov family. Where they invite everyone to learn the story of Jerzy Petrovich and watch the interactive excursion program "Visit Jerzy Petrovich".
The ancient family of noblemen Leontievs owned the estate near Rostov the Great from the middle of the XVII century to the beginning of the XX century. Now anyone can visit the estate and learn the story about the fate of people who once lived here. The following services are available on the estate: Sightseeing tour, Visit to the exposition of the main house (visiting the museum halls only with a guide), Excursion "Golden Hive" about the history of beekeeping and beekeeping in Russia with tasting honey, More detailed tours can be found on [official website](http://v-usadbu.ru). There is also a chic restaurant where you can have lunch.
Another place in Rostov recommended for visiting is the Spaso-Yakovlevsky Monastery. It is located not far from the Rostov Kremlin, on the shore of Lake Nero. In the monastery you can order an excursion and get acquainted with this place in more details. On the territory of the monastery there is an observation platform with a magnificent view on the lake.
It'd be nice to get some fresh air in the park before dinner.
The restaurant is located in the historical part of Rostov the Great. It offers Russian and European cuisine with original recipes. There is also a large choice of branded homemade ice cream.
The final day of our unforgettable journey. The plan is to visit the Rostov Kremlin and cafe-museum, where you will be treated with hot strong tea and fragrant onion bun. We will finish our adventure in a cozy restaurant.
I invite you to breakfast in one of the most recommended restaurants of the city. Very atmospheric, pleasant interior and fast service. There is a game area and a children's menu! It is possible to reserve a table in advance.
The Rostov Kremlin - a business card of the city. The territory of the Rostov Kremlin has the status of a museum-reserve and is divided into three parts. In the centre there is the Bishop's Court, the Cathedral Square to the north and the picturesque Metropolitan's garden to the south. The oldest building of the Rostov Kremlin is the Assumption Cathedral, which appeared here in the early 16th century.
Rostov Veliky is the birthplace of the folk craft of finifting. Finifting is a technique of painting on enamel. The museum itself is one of the most visited by tourists in the museum-reserve "Rostov Kremlin". The exposition of the museum consists of 3000 exhibits and allows to get acquainted with products of art crafts, which originated in the XVIII century.
Here you will have a very interesting excursion and tell the story of Onion of Rostov and related customs. How onions are grown and kept. And at the end they will treat you with hot strong tea and aromatic onion bun. At [site](http://welcome-rostov.com/lukova-sloboda/) you should leave an application to visit the museum.
It's time to stretch out a little and take a walk on the lake shore. And on the way!
To complete our trip I suggest to have a rest and share impressions about the trip in a restaurant of Asian cuisine.