The Federal Agency for tourism together with the Ministry of culture of Moscow region made a list of places in the region, which guests can visit during the long weekend, timed to the national unity Day on 4 November. About it reports the press service of the Federal Agency.
Officials, in particular, offered to visit the village of Dunino in the Odintsovo district of the region, which the Agency called "Moscow Switzerland".
The Federal tourism Agency explained that the village became popular with tourists from Moscow in the late XIX century. Residents have even compared the landscape with the Swiss Dunyne. The main attraction of the village — the house-Museum of the writer Mikhail Prishvin.
In addition, experts advise to visit the manor Zakharovo, also located in the Odintsovo district. There passed the early childhood of Alexander Pushkin.
For acquaintance with the crafts you should visit the city of Pavlovsky Posad, where is produced the famous shawls and scarves. Sergiev Posad is the only settlement in the Moscow region, within the Golden ring of Russia. It attracts tourists the Trinity-St. Sergius Lavra — a monument of architecture and culture, UNESCO world heritage site.
According to the tourist service Skyscanner, most popular city for flights on the national unity Day in Moscow. The three leaders also includes Saint Petersburg and Sochi.
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