Temirinda Hotel

Portovaya Str. 1-2, Taganrog, Russia
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How much..

by StevenC

..money would it cost to get from Buffalo NY to Taganrog, Rostovskaya Oblast and what is the best route to go and where would I stay? And do they speak English there?

Re: How much..

by Seabiscuit

Have you called a travel agent? Have you even Googled the destination? Have you looked anywhere on the net for more information?

Re: Re: How much..

by StevenC

Yes, no, and yes, but I want some advice from someone who has travelled there recently

Re: Re: How much..

by Seabiscuit

Type 'taganrog' in the search bar in the upper left corner. Make sure the 'places' button is selected. You will see that, in fact, yes, a VT member has been there. It's a good start.

Re: How much..

by JULIKA

Hi, Anyways I wouldnt recomend you travelling there by yourself. It's not a joke it is in fact pretty dangerous.
You need to take a plane to Moscow and another one from there to Taganrog, or you can also take a train, which will cost you almost nothing. Buffalo-moscow will be about 700 US and Moscow-Taganrog may be 200 US by plane and 20 US by train. So... good luck!!!

Re: Re: How much..

by blanter

I do not see why it is dangerous. And there is almost nothing to do there, except that the sea is close.

Re: How much..

by nevik

The best price I found was $811 USD out of Toronto direct toMoscow via Aeroflot (GlobeTravels.com). I understand that you can save a few dollars going Czech Air with a stop in Prague.

Re: How much..

by Anglesky

Not sure on the travel cost. English speaking russians , there are not many i found one in three weeks of my travels, all the best .

Travel Tips for Taganrog

Mosquito Repellent

by Anglesky

The usual holiday Luggage And Bags If visiting in summer please bring very hot weather wear.
If visiting in winter then wrap up walm clothes (hat and gloves style) the usual for uk or us What ever you find good enough for you.

Roadside Crayfish

by 1madrussian

It's an hour and a half to drive from the airport to Taganrog. On the way from time to time you see peddlers selling watermelons and crayfish caught in the local rivers. Both are very very good. The crayfish are expensive beyond belief. Once we payed $3 US per crayfish. But, they were very very good and sweet. Lobster does not at all compare.

Taganrog: On the Sea of Ozov

by 1madrussian

"Family Roots"

A small town of 200,000, it used to be blocked to foreign travellers because it manufactured naval materials. Its real and only beauty lies in a remarkable seaside park that was constructed 80 of so years ago. Founded by Peter the Great, it was to be a port city that would give Russia a sea avenue to Europe. Local folk are poor and struggling to get by. My cousin lives in a small brick 100 year old run down house. She lives with her daughter;and, her son, wife and 3 year old baby. She has a small booth at a bazaar where she sells towels from Turkey. Her husband passed away in November of 2006. She is a relative from my mother's side.

"Sweet Crayfish"

On the way to Taganrog, peddlers sell them on the roadside. Very expensive but ... oh my .... sweet crayfish.

TAGANROG

by lorgnierl

alexander s monument
the place wher Allexander died
it was an hospital for kids few years ago, kids arrived and goes out few days later without contact with family ....... :-(
it will be very soon Alexander s museum

Alexander has built this market

Taganrog was very popular
Peter the first
Alexander the great
Pushkin
Chekhov
Alferaky
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Tchaikovski s house!

ALFERAKY palace

by lorgnierl

"ALFERAKY palace"

One rick Greek's chosen Taganrog to work and to live.
This building was his house. Now it's a museum of local history, including different kinds of things, brought by Taganrog citizen's from their travels.

Look outside (Frunze street).
Great ceiling in one of many rooms.
Local dressing.

The main drawing-room.
Me with Peter I.

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