The vicinity of Chekhov and the holy spring – Day 1: Touch the history.

Do you want to feel like a real time traveler? Then you just need to visit the Slavic Kremlin, look at the prince's baths, craftsmen's houses and windmills. Just take into account that the historical complex is located in private territory and dates for visiting should be specified in advance.
The vicinity of Chekhov and the holy spring

Trip duration: 2 days

Alexander Polyakov

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Ресторан "Меридиан"

On the way to the city of Chekhov you can have lunch at this highly rated restaurant. The meat is perfectly prepared here, but there are other dishes for every taste. Nearby there are great places where you can walk.

Slavyanskiy Kreml' Vitaliya Sundakova

Right next to the restaurant is a very attractive place to visit. It is the wooden Kremlin of Vitaly Sundakov. Here you can get acquainted with the owner and learn a lot of interesting things about the authentic Slavic way of life.

Church of the Resurrection

Not far from Chekhov there is a very beautiful church - a beautiful ancient temple, which was built in 1708. The temple is located by the lake, where you can walk in the fresh air.

Square Chekhov

In the city of Chekhov itself, I suggest you sleep over. Upon arrival here you can take a walk on the main square, where just recently renovated. For nature lovers, the Park of Culture and Recreation is nearby.

Kafe Oranzhereya

Orangery, according to local residents - a unique place. Control by the manager is literally everything: the quality of food and drinks, the work of waiters and bartenders. Cozy atmosphere and delicious food, in warm time can be accommodated on the outdoor terrace.

Gazpromneft filling station #197

Federal Highway M2 "Crimea" - Federal Highway Moscow - Tula - Orel - Kursk - Belgorod - the state border with Ukraine. There are over ten filling stations in the Gazprom Neft filling station network. One of them is filling station #197 near the city of Chekhov. The station operates under a post-payment system, where customers first fill up their cars at one of the fuel dispensers and then pay for the fuel in cash or by bank card. Thanks to this system, the time spent at the filling station is halved.