Many of us have tried a lot of delicacies from all over the world, but agree that the most delicious and close to heart - Russian cuisine! In this trip we offer you to plunge into the ancient Russian traditions and try the delicious sweets, which once were considered delicacies in ancient Russia!
When you ask locals about traditional dishes of Kolomna, everyone immediately mentions apple marshmallow, fragrant kalachi and mead. And it is quite obvious, as this is the city where they make sweets and drinks according to ancient recipes. It is even safe to say that they are the brand of the tourist town!
The sun's awake, new day out! It's time to go!
Start your journey by refueling at Gazprom Neft filling stations, grab coffee and fresh pastries on the way to make your trip more comfortable!
Upon arrival in Kolomna, you can start with a walk and photos at the walls of the Kremlin.
The Kalachnaya Museum is the epitome of the ancient Kalachnaya trade. Kulichnaya is baked according to ancient Russian recipes. More detailed information about the work of the museum, as well as telephone numbers for recording the excursion are presented [on the site](http://kolomnakalach.ru).
One of the best steak restaurants in town! However, you can also try fish dishes (such as grilled octopus tentacles) or burgers!
In this museum you will learn everything about honey: about its role in Russian rites, about its references in chronicles, about medovarnya, and the most important thing - you can try the old Kolomna honey and knocked down, which you will prepare with hints of a knocked down man. Before visiting the museum it is necessary to [sign up for the excursion](https://medovusha.ru/#bron).
Employees of the museum managed to restore the ancient technology of preparation of pastel and recreated a whole collection of disappeared flavors! Don't forget to [sign up for a tour](https://kolomnapastila.ru/museum_info/#price) in advance.
Very cozy cafe, where you can order chicken in bags with mushrooms or salmon steak cooked on apple coals.
Welcome to Tula - the city of Tula gingerbread and Belevskaya Pastila! Today, in addition to visiting the museum, we will learn how to make kulebyaka and puff pastry!
When you arrive in Tula, you can catch your breath over a cup of coffee at a local cafe.
The museum is dedicated to the history and traditions of cooking Tula gingerbread. You can see with your own eyes an incredible size gingerbread weighing 50 kg! Be sure to [sign up for a tour] in advance (http://www.oldtula.ru/info/contacts/). Weekend: Monday, Tuesday.
"The Rooster in Wine" is a platform for those who like to eat and cook deliciously! Here you will learn how to cook not only restaurant dishes, but also the famous kulebyaka and lush pie. Make an appointment for the master class in advance! Pre-register [registrations to the master class](http://coqauvin.ru/contacts/).
We offer you dinner in a restaurant of Japanese cuisine and taste delicious rolls and sushi.
Our gastronomic adventure has come to an end!