Tourcentre GTK Rizalit Hotel
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Photos of Tourcentre GTK Rizalit Hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Tourcentre GTK Rizalit Hotel Suzdal
Travel Blogs from Suzdal
... with gilded frescos and iconostasis and dripping with gold. While wandering around the snow covered gardens surrounding the cathedral we looked down on the frozen Klyazma river below to see people fishing through the ice. I would have loved to go down and talk to them but it meant a hike through the snow and having to walk across a railway line, which seemed a bit ...
... of a group of kids staying at the hostel who though playtime occurred after midnight. It was going to be a long night. 10 June 2014: I awoke this morning to welcome silence. The children of inconsiderate parents finally called off their assault some time in the wee hours of the night. The mosquitoes had also retreated, but the dozen or so welts on my legs were a sure reminder of the battle they had waged, and won, against me. If life relegates you to the ...
Anzac Day. The Victorians on the tour have, of course, got the footy on their iPhones and listened in horror as Collingwood beat Essendon. No one likes the Pies to win! Post game, feeling slightly ill, they headed out onto the street to kick their Sherrin around, terrorising the locals.
At 9 am we met today's Suzdal guide, the formidable Nadya. Think of every Soviet matronly ...
... to take us around town. It's an open air museum of the past in Russia (think 17th/18th century, parts possibly older). Its as if architecture froze in time. Our hotel looked like, and probably was, someone's villa at one point.
Our guide showed us the Museum of Wooden architecture which was quite neat and really a blast to the past with peasant homes and early churches completely ...
... a little board and
possibly even disappointed by what we had seen.
Travelling certainly isn’t a holiday as being on the move constantly is
time consuming and stressful, but once you relax into it, it becomes a lot
easier and you don’t tend to let the small things bother you as much – like the
tiny language barrier and the fact that most people’s English is probably about
as good as our Russian!!
Other places to stay in Suzdal
Lenina St., 45, Suzdal | Hotelfrom $81
Torgovaya Sq., 2A, Suzdal | 4 star hotelfrom $86
Korovniki St., 14, Suzdal | Hotelfrom $93
Kommunalny Gorodok St., 9, Suzdal | Hotelfrom $8
Pokrovskaya St., 35a, Suzdal | Hotelfrom $84