Early in the morning we headed for breakfast at a small cafe bar called "Under the Lipki". The interior of the institution as a whole is simple, but comfortable. In the menu we found some of our favorite dishes, among them there are summer salad, cold soup, and baked potatoes with vegetables.
On the way, we stopped at another rather large memorial of military glory. As with other similar memorials, the area around the monument is very well-groomed and tidy, there is a small area where you can wander a little and reflect, around the monument there are commemorative signs.
The next stop on the way to Kingisepp was unfortunately the ruined Redkino Estate. A whole pleiad of buildings once were owned by the nobility, and representatives of the bourgeoisie, in the Soviet period there was a school, after which the estate was abandoned. It is generally pleasant to walk here. Although one must be careful, as the buildings are very dilapidated.
In Kingisepp, we stopped for lunch in a small cafe serving Asian cuisine. We took rolls, sushi and udon, we were satisfied.
In the evening we were in no hurry, so it was decided to walk around town. We wanted to start walking in the park, where there are several beautiful city fountains. In the evening it can be quite crowded, but the experience is not overshadowed.
The next place we went on our walk through Kingisepp was the historic Romanovka Park. There is also a fairly large area for the promenade, decorated with trees and bushes. In the center of the park there is a monument in the form of a bronze lion in honor of the hero of the Patriotic War, General KI Bistrom.
After a long walk, when we were hungry, we went to a small Italian restaurant La Provincia. It was very cozy and peaceful here. We chose several traditional Italian dishes, including spaghetti carbonara and lasagna. The service also left pleasant impressions - quickly and qualitatively.