Yekaterinburg did not arise spontaneously and not by accident. Its foundation is connected with the names of the associates of Peter I – V.N. Tatishchev and G.V. de Genin. A place for construction was found in early January 1721. Here

  • Yekaterinburg is the largest city on the land border of Europe and Asia . According to statistics, 78 trains cross the border of parts of the world every hour through Yekaterinburg. A unique geographical location is located seventeen kilometers from

Yekaterinburg is located in a zone of temperate continental climate. In this region of the Middle Urals, the seasons of the year are well pronounced, but weather conditions can change dramatically, there are sharp temperature fluctuations. At the end of

Musical Fountain “Constellation”

The fountain is unique in that instead of the traditional three colors, five are used in its lighting. Jet streams of water, spiraling and mixing, are capable of creating thirteen pictures that change every five minutes.

Waterpark “Limpopo”
Shcherbakova, 2

Aquapark Limpopo is a real oasis of heat with a constant temperature from +28 to + 30 degrees, where any needs of visitors in outdoor activities, extreme entertainment or relaxation can be realized. On its territory,

Ural Music Night (June)

220 000 guests. Absolutely free entry to all 80 festival music venues. Music of all genres and styles are on the water, on the land and in the air – on squares and rooftops, in dozens

Yeltsin Center
  1. 3 Boris Yeltsin

The Boris Yeltsin Museum is a new project for Russia, which laid the foundation for the systematic study, preservation and popularization of the historical heritage of Russian presidents. Using the latest technology, the museum speaks

Tele Club

Career, 16

This old derelict looking building houses a nightclub and music venue that is well suited to its grimy setting. An insight into Yekaterinburg’s music scene, you could stumble across a gem if you just came here



In addition to the following official days, many businesses (but not restaurants, shops and museums) close for a week of bank holidays between 1 January and at least 8 January. Bank holidays are typically declared to merge national holidays

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