Tver' Travel Guide

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Tver' Things to Do

  • Ivan Krylov monument

    Ivan Krylov is Russia's best known fabulist and probably the most epigrammatic of all Russian authors. His fables remind those of Aesop's and La Fontaine's.

  • Small wooden cathedral

    This small wooden cathedral is close to Monument of Mikhail Kalinin. I am not sure of the history probably doesn’t have one, it looks new. Anyway it is worth to stand in front of this cute cathedral and take a photo of yourself or your partner. It’s located at Ulitsa Sovetskaya 3 on the edge of City Park.

  • To Strugglers For International October

    The monument was opened in 1927 in honor of the tenth jubilee of the October Revolution, again it could do with a clean up.

  • Christ resurrection Church

    The Christ resurrection Church is one of the earliest monuments of the architecture of the first third of the 18th century remaining in Tver.

  • Monument of Afanasy Nikitin

    Monument of Afanasy Nikitin is located on the coast of the Volga River near the Old Bridge. It was opened in May 1955 to commemorate the Russian merchant and explorer. He was the first Russian to travel to India in the middle of 15th century, (a quarter of a century until discovery of the way to this country by Vasco da Gama.

  • Monument of Mikhail I Kalinin

    Monument of Mikhail I Kalinin is located at Ulitsa Sovetskaya 3 on the edge of City Park in front of Putevoy Dvorets Palace. It was opened in 1955 which coincided with the 20th jubilee of establishment of Kalinin Region. He was Soviet statesman born in 1875 and died in 1946.

  • City Park

    City Park is located between the Tverskoy Bridge and Old Bridge and along Volga River. It’s quite nice park where you can meander along the river admiring the view. Along the park you can follow the footpath trails through wooded area. Apparently during summer months the parks comes alive and also people gathers at the park to watch the 11 pm...

  • The Old Volga Bridge

    We passed through the old symbolic Old Volga Bridge for the city of Tver. It was built at the beginning of the 20th century and it was considered a miracle of engineering but I am not sure why.

  • Putevoy Dvorets

    Putevoy Dvorets is a palace for Catherine II the Great resting point on her journey from Moscow to St Petersburg. It was built under her order in 1775. From outside the building is impressive but it desperately needing face lift like a coat of paint will do the trick. At the front there’s a statue of Mikhail Kalinin, small cute wooden cathedral and...


Tver' Hotels

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  • Osnabruck Hotel

    Everybody said that this is the best hotel in the city. May be it was as we didnt see others. Cosy...

  • Tver Park Hotel

    Moscow highway, 14, Tver, 170036, Russia

    Satisfaction: Very Good

    Good for: Business

  • Volzhanka Hotel

    Yuryevskoe Village, Tver, 170504, Russia

    Good for: Families

Tver' Transportation

  • Transportation in Tver

    by ENkel Written Apr 6, 2009

    Service of Transportation includes:

    1. Arriving transfer:
    A driver (and an interpreter, if necessary) will meet you at any of Moscow’s airports and will take you to Tver.

    2. Departing transfer:
    A driver (and an interpreter, if necessary) will take you to Moscow’s airport for your departure.

    3. Tours around Tver region and to other places of interest.

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