It's a great place to eat breakfast. Cozy interior, even a library. Calm atmosphere, not usually a lot of people. The cafe is open from 7:30 to 23:00 every day. Cards are accepted. You can book a table. There's a wi-fi.
We're starting a tour of Bishkek from her central Ala-Too square. On it you can see the Historical Museum, which we will get to later, as well as the monument of Friendship of Peoples and St. Nicholas Church.
The museum presents epochs from the Stone Age to the 19th century. In the collection: items made of gold, books, icons, weapons, paintings, ancient archaeological treasures. Lectures are held on weekends.
Victory Square in the capital is dedicated to the victory over Germany. The square was founded in 1984 in honor of the 40th anniversary of the liberation of the USSR. You'll also be able to see the statue of a woman waiting for her husband from the war.
The largest museum of art works of the country. There's painting, sculpture, graphics and more. It's a great place for those who appreciate art.
Osh bazaar is mandatory for visiting, because here you can buy literally everything! The biggest choice of national souvenirs, national clothes, food products all year round. Careful. Lots of pickpockets. Hide the money away.
There is one unique place in Bishkek - the ethno-complex Supara. That's where you'll be able to be completely "in the skin" of the locals. There are restaurants with national cuisine, and all the premises are the same yurts! You can listen to live music and see the Kyrgyz national dance. The complex gives an opportunity to get acquainted with jailo-tourism. It works from 11 to midnight and also offers various other services in addition to meals.
You can also take a walk in the Ata Türk Park.
Many tourists recommend having dinner and a couple of delicious cocktails at the end of the evening. Pleasant atmosphere and helpful staff.