Hundreds of hotels, recreation centers, bars and restaurants, and family leisure centers open their doors to welcome visitors to Novosibirsk Region.
Lots of events are held here every year: The Siberian Fire International Military Historical Festival, the Trans-Siberian Art Festival, Air Show, the Main New Year’s Party of Siberia, and much more.
The Karakan Pine Forest, Berd Rocks, the endless taiga, the magnificent Ob River, Lake Chany, which is one of the largest lakes in Russia, and many other beautiful lakes, vast fields of wheat, and numerous picturesque small rivers.
Novosibirsk is an exciting place for family vacations. There are hundreds of fun places you can visit together, such as the largest zoo in Russia, the oceanarium, the planetarium, and the Museum of Steam Locomotives.
In summer, you can swim in the Ob Sea, the Ob River, and hundreds of lakes. You can swim with dolphins, enjoy the largest water park in Russia, or visit one of the many thermal spas any time of year.
The history of the Kolyvan merchant settlement spans two centuries and is preserved in the settlement’s architecture.
Unique eco-resorts with their own natural healing factors. World-class health facilities.
Akademgorodok is literally “the town of academicians” that is surrounded by woods. It is one of the key centers of science and education in Russia.
Novosibirsk Region boasts 25 theaters, 85 museums, and 2,918 monuments of history and culture. The most popular places: The Novosibirsk Opera and Ballet Theater (NOVAT), the largest theater in the country and an architectural monument of federal importance, the Suzun Factory. Mint museum complex, the Art Museum, the Red Torch theater, and much more.
Novosibirsk is the third largest city in Russia and set a Guinness World Record as the world’s fastest-growing city with a population of over one million.