Driving past Rostov, it would be a crime not to enjoy the views of Lake Nero, or as it was called in ancient times - "Rostov Sea". Despite the fact that the passage to the lake lies through the city, it is not very crowded, and the most beautiful views can be seen if you drive up from the Spaso-Yakovlevsky monastery.
It's a quiet and beautiful place. The spring was named after St. Barbara the Great Martyr, who lived in Phoenicia in the 16th century. It is believed that the water from the spring is pure, enriched with silver and has healing properties.
A lake in the south-west of Russia's Yaroslavl Region, part of the Plesheevo Lake National Park. The national park itself was created for the purpose of preservation of the unique natural-historical complex in the region of Pereslavl-Zalessky.
How about some local pancakes for lunch? It'll be delicious!
We tried extreme types of tourism on the first day. But why not go to another interesting place on the way to Moscow and appreciate such a sport as a flyboard! If you make up your mind, make an appointment in advance! You can find all the contacts on the official website.
Our last stop is before Moscow. We'll have dinner and go home!