Yekaterinburg City Tour

A classic bus tour covers the main tourist attractions of Yekaterinburg. Among them are the Historical Public Garden, the Church on the Blood, the Literary Quarter, the Chekist Town, the General Post Office, the Urals Arbat – a pedestrian Vaynera street, etc. A visit to the sightseeing platform on the skyscraper Vysotsky is optional.

The basements of the Chekist Town’s Underground Tour (may be combined with Yekaterinburg City Tour)

The Chekist Town is a complex of residential buildings constructed in 1929- 1936 years. The houses in the style of constructivism are located in Lenin St., Lunacharsky St., Kuzhechnaya St. and Pervomayskaya St. It is believed that the Cheka interrogators tortured and executed “the enemies of the people” in the basements of these houses. Today you may go inside the bar Sleeping Dog and get down to some of these preserved basements. Within an hour, small groups of 5-6 persons (accompanied by professional diggers) can explore the underground town of the Stalin-era repressions. Hazmat suits, helmets, and flashlights are provided.

Boris Yeltsin Museum Tour

The First President Museum is not only a historical project to explore the epoch of the 90s, but also a brilliant example of contemporary media art. Opened on November 25, 2015, the Museum is space for hosting the most significant cultural projects in Yekaterinburg. You can choose a guided tour or visit the Museum on your own.

Visit to the Yekaterinburg Opera and Ballet Theatre

The Yekaterinburg Opera and Ballet Theatre was officially opened in 1912 with the opera Life for the Tzar by Mikhail Glinka. The premiere of the first ballet, The Magic Flute, took place 2 years later. Nowadays the Yekaterinburg Opera and Ballet Theatre is one of the leading theatres in the country presenting new operas and ballet productions every season.