Uyut Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Vorovskogo 118, Krasnodar, 350004, Russia
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Question about Safety in Krasnodar

by MichaelNesmith

I am traveling to Krasnodar and wondered how safe it is. Do people generally speak English? It sounds like it would difficult to find anyone that speaks it. Any recommendations for taxi to hotel? I am looking to stay at Intourist hotel. Thanks.

RE: RE: Question about Safety in Krasnodar

by MichaelNesmith

Hi Lev,
Thanks for your help. I had heard all kinds of bad stories from people who used to live in Russia and Eastern Europe about how dangerous it is. I went to Vilnius and Riga and found no problems (although they are EU countries). I did read about avoiding the fountains at night in Krasnodar after 10pm because of drunken young kids hooliganism against foreigners. But I was mostly concerned about language barrier. Did you have any problem with your Visa? I have someone doing this for me.
By the way, I always like to use the name of Michael Nesmith of the Monkees. I still like song "Last train to Clarksville". Just a little trivia-he is pretty wealthy since he inherited from his wife's side patent for white-out.

Mike

RE: Question about Safety in Krasnodar

by lorgnierl

ok, no problem its a safe area, but as an european you ll be surprised by the language and the written, you need to have some basic of russian
taxi, you ll pay the full (or over full) prices, marcheroutes are better and cheaper, may be you need to find some translator, have a look on kranodar vt members, may be they could help you if someone exist
i drove on these roads, i tool care with the local police which try to make easy money but the main problem are other drivers, take care when you cross roads, and speed of cars, i saw two crashes near krasnodar with dead peoples (and kids)
if you have problems , try to have help with cosaques (cosaqui dozor) cosaque watch (may be better than police !!)
but of course if you speack (a bit russian) with peoples they ll enjoy and help you

don t miss the cosaque restaurant and museum on hte road between krasnodar and rostov on don

if you can have a trip to the coast, it s a great pleasure

lio

RE: RE: Question about Safety in Krasnodar

by MichaelNesmith

Thanks Lio. Following up what you recommended-are there any VT members knowing about hiring a translator and/or tour guide for traveling around Krasnodar? If anyone can recommend someone or agency that is reasonable, that would be great. I have spoken with an agency but they seem to be somewhat expensive. Also, has anyone stayed in the suites at the Intourist hotel who could tell me if they are much nicer then the rooms? Thanks again for anyone's help.

Mike

RE: RE: Question about Safety in Krasnodar

by lorgnierl

i had no needs, i travelled with my wife family or alone but you could contact krasnodar vt members (14 as JuliaMac, irisha, ... ) or even rostov members(rostov-english, carolin)
good luck*
lio

RE: RE: Question about Safety in Krasnodar

by Pablos_new

Yesterday there was a "record holding" car accident in Krasnodar - 62 (!!!) cars bumped at once - 1 died, dozens injured! ;(

One should be aware of traffic everywhere in Russia as it is the major safety problem now, but in south regions - Krasnodarsky Kraj, Stavropolsky Kraj and Rostovskaya Oblast - this problem is twice more importaint as true Cossacks are really reckless drivers.

RE: RE: Question about Safety in Krasnodar

by MichaelNesmith

62 car pileup! That is a lot of cars. Lev-thanks for the information. It is hard for me to believe that a city that size would not have an internet cafe somewhere. Actually, I am surprised a major hotel in a city that size does not have internet. But I guess Russia is still a developing country in terms of change in the last ten to fifteen years. Could anyone recommend some nice places to eat and any tourist trinkets to bring along? Also, if there is a regional/national dish that someone could recommend for me to eat?

Thanks

Mike

RE: RE: Question about Safety in Krasnodar

by lorgnierl

without problem, i ll send you a pic of the otoman platov museum (between krasnodar and rostov) this restaurant museum is great, of course shaslik (barbacue) or ocetr (sturgeon) are the best dishes to test, of course with voldka (parliamant, red army, ...) and beer (pivo)
lio

RE: RE: Question about Safety in Krasnodar

by MichaelNesmith

Thanks Lev and lio. I will be bringing a cell phone with me and I was told you can purchase SIM cards at Kiosks so I will probably get one. Lev-do you know if they have a gift shop in the hotel? I think you or someone said they did not but I don't remember. Anyway, Krasnodar will be interesting getting around and deciphering the signs in the Cyrillic alphabet. I just hope the
ATM machine works at the hotel.

Re: Question about Safety in Krasnodar

by tdhoran

Its ben almost 2 years since the last post.How was your trip to Krasnodar? Do you plan to return. I can assure you that the city is much different since you last visited!

Re: Question about Safety in Krasnodar

by lorgnierl

i just crossed it, i was in anapa and taganrog
only one crash in krasnodar with minimum 2 dead people (one child)
next time , i ll enjoy

Travel Tips for Krasnodar

Krasnodar invites you to it's pleasant atmosphere

by Pavlik_NL

Krasnodar, not famous, but pleasant. This very Russian place has also a Southern charm as kitchen and also some typical customs have been influenced by Caucasus states like Georgia and Armenia (spicy). The citycentre has still many monuments and buildings that proove of a typical local past. Even some small Kozak-houses remain in back-areas of the centre. The monument, remembering back to the horse-people that founded the city is back on it's pedestal in front of the Intourist hotel (during Sovjet regime it was removed as the Kozaks initially took side of the White Army (Revolutionary Civil War 1917-1921).
Best place to meet and greet is Krasnaja Ulitsa, the main avenue that runs from North to South and is the busy shopping street where the Krasnodar citizens like to be. Furthermore the city has a surprising amount of parks, that offer nature or entertainment for young and old. Our friends Julia and Sasha and the many walks and talks we made with them during our dates in town and in it's environment. Hope to see you again soon in Arnhem - The Netherlands!

The football team of Krasnodar: Kuban

by Pavlik_NL

One of the most significant buildings in the Southern outskirts of Krasnodar is for sure the stadion of THE Krasnodar football team "Kuban". This national famous team has more and more supporters and is in lead of the league in which it's plays (2005).

Krasnodar as education centre

by Pavlik_NL

Krasnodar has many educational institutes of which the university is the most important. Though quite different as in Western countries, students have to really study hard to get the paper and degree. Many other professional schools are around Krasnodar, such as the Sports academy and the Technical school.

Just a walk...

by Skripa

Founded in 1794 by Zaporozhe (Black Sea) Cossacks upon orders from Catherine II, it was organized as their administrative center and called Ekaterinodar (Yekaterinodar). It served as a military center protecting Russia's Caucasian frontier. After 1918 it was the capital of the Kuban-Black Sea Soviet Republic and was renamed in 1920.
The city stands on the River Kuban, 250 km/155 mi south of Rostov-on-Don, in the centre of a highly fertile agricultural region. It occupies an area 76 thousands square kilometers and borders the Rostov and Stavropol regions and Georgia and is washed by the Azov and the Black Seas. Two thirds of the region are plains. The largest of them – the Azov-Kuban lowland – is situated to the north of Kuban River and east of the Azov Sea.
Its industries include food processing, engineering and oil refining. It is also an important railway junction. There has been considerable development of financial, business, and other services since the collapse of communism in 1991. It is linked by pipeline with the Caspian oilfields.

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