The Tver Region is considered one of the marmalade capitals of Russia. Not far from the city there is an unusual museum "Marmalade Tale", where we will go to learn about the long tradition of producing natural marmalade. After the tour there is a marmalade tasting - you can't go home without a sweet souvenir. You can visit the complex only by appointment (tel. +7 (930) 151-55-55) on any day except Monday.
We'll have lunch in Tver, at the cute restaurant "Nyushina Plyushka". Here we are going to get fire cutlets - juicy chopped chicken cutlets, breaded in breadcrumbs (only 85 rubles!). The name of the dish came from the name of the owner of the tavern, where these cutlets were invented. The facility was located in the neighboring Toržka. Daria Pozharskaya, daughter of the innkeeper, was already working on the recipe. One day she treated Nicholas I, who passed through Torzhok, with her cutlets. The Emperor was delighted with the dish and later invited Daria to the royal court many times. For cutlets, take cabbage cabbage - another traditional dish of the people of Tver. Here, this dish costs only 50 rubles per serving.
If we're back in Tver, I recommend visiting Morozovsky town. Sometimes they call it the Proletarian's Court. It's a complex of more than 50 buildings where Savva Morozov's paper products factory workers lived. The ensemble is erected in an unusual style - something between neo-Gothic and modern.
On the way home we'll stop for a break at the yacht club "Marina Zavidovo". It is located on the right bank of Shosha river of Ivankovskoye reservoir. The yacht club is equipped with piers, recreation areas, cafes and bars. A cup of coffee, a moment of contemplation of beautiful landscapes - and on the way!
Dinner is served in the authentic Italian restaurant "Mamma Italia" in Solnechnogorsk. What to taste: fresh oysters with lemon, salad with Kamchatka crab and mango. And then - how it goes.