This scenario offers a trip to Kolomna - an ancient city with a lot of beautiful buildings, its own Kremlin and many interesting museums. Enjoy the atmosphere of the city, get acquainted with the locals in unusual and cozy cafes, visit interesting, as well as delicious museums!
What comes to mind when you mention Kolomna? Most likely, it is the famous pastel and architectural pearl of the city - the Kolomna Kremlin. Today you will not only visit the historical center of the city and taste natural sweets, but also spend an evening in a rather unusual and atmospheric museum.
If you get hungry on the way from Moscow to Kolomna, stop by the restaurant on the river bank, where you can not only have a tasty meal but also enjoy the view, relax and rest. Excellent staff, good cuisine.
How about an interesting dessert on arrival at Kolomna? "Kolomna Pastille" is an unusual museum: here you will not only learn about the production of Lamos, but you can also enjoy the tastes, smells, culture and special way of speaking.
The majestic Kolomna Kremlin. Inside, as well as outside - the inexpressible atmosphere of the city in the 19th century. Go for a free walk, enjoy the views, take memorable photos.
Great little museum of communal past, located in a colorful courtyard in the city center. All things are historical, everything can be seen and touched. There is a ticket with included lunch. It's colorful, unusual. One room is often given to an artist or writer who lives in it and creates his own project. An exhibition is held in the main hall.
Excellent cuisine, cooked in the oven, and with knowledge. According to the locals, in Kolomna it's the best place with Italian cuisine.
Today you will get acquainted with the craft of blacksmithing, visit the museum of samovar, and, of course, enjoy the Kolomna kalachas.
Start your morning with a delicious breakfast at a popular café that has everything, including excellent desserts for tea or coffee. The choice is huge and the staff is friendly. It's a great place to eat quickly and tasty.
Continue your acquaintance with Kolomna at the Museum of Smithing. You can take a tour here, it's very informative. It seems that every subject the guide can tell a whole story about.
Very interesting museum, a huge number of exhibits, over 400! Here and antique samovars from Central Asia or China, and samovars of Russian masters, and Soviet production. The museum is maintained by private funds.
For lunch, visit a cozy establishment with delicious food and the nicest team!
In the end, if you still have time, visit the Kalachnaya Museum. It's a great, very atmospheric place. You can buy the freshest baked goods with you on the road.