Intourist Novgorod

Address: Velikaya St., 16, Novgorod, North-West Russia, 173001, Russian Federation | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Velikaya St., 16, Novgorod, is near 1000 Years of Russia, St. Sophia Cathedral, Granovitaya Palata, and Museum of History and Art.
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          Amenities

          Activities

          • Restaurant
          • Bar/lounge

          Features

          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Breakfast Available
          • Reduced mobility rooms
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking
          • Beverage Selection
          • Pets allowed

          General

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          • Meeting rooms/conference facilities
          • Room service
          • Business Services
          • Meal plan
          • Kids activities or Babysitting
           

          TripAdvisor Reviews Intourist Novgorod

          3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
           

          Travel Blogs from Novgorod

          We're living the life of truckies atm.

          A travel blog entry by jennykelly on May 28, 2015

          4 comments, 5 photos



          It’s been an amazing ride driving through Russia. The road conditions have been varied, and in some parts, the ruts in the bitumen are so bad, once the tyres get into them, they almost take the steering wheel out of your hands. Some of the worst roads have gone on that way for a hundred kilometres, and then a stretch of glorious, new, (not repaired), highway opens up before us. I suppose the roads are damaged through the ...

          Kremlins and Banyas

          A travel blog entry by aussiebloke51 on Aug 19, 2014

          7 comments, 5 photos

          ... Russians. The settlement predates written history but is known from 859 when the Vikings settled here. It became a significant city as it opened Western Europe to China and India via rivers and lakes from the Baltic and then through to the Volga. The princes from here moved to Kiev and established that as the capital of the Russian people - an historical background to the present day relations between Russia and Ukraine. There are a lot of significant and ...

          Travel back in time

          A travel blog entry by aussiebloke51 on Aug 18, 2014

          3 comments, 4 photos

          ... and very we'll situated. The highlight of the day was having a meal with a local family. As the lady works during the day the meal was set for 20:30 we had time to circumnavigate the ancient kremlin (fort) of the city's nod enjoy some the sights of the ancient city. Very evocative views. The gleaming cupolas of Saint Sophia Cathedral peeking over the kremlin walls. Tomorrow I have a local guide to take me into ...

          Birch Beatings at the Banya

          A travel blog entry by madanaki on Apr 26, 2014

          10 photos

          ... public steam sauna for the locals with separate men's and women's areas. In the men's section there are three rooms. The first room is the change room where you ... errr... get changed, or get naked, to be precise. Yes, this place is all about levelling the playing field. Once you are stark bollock naked, you then have to look everyone in the eye and call each other "mate" a lot. You then strut into the next room which is the ...

          Last day in Novgorod

          A travel blog entry by timthelibrarian on Sep 10, 2013

          ... class bunk, which is in an open plan carriage. As soon as I got on, the guy in the bunk opposite mine introduced himself as Yuri from Irkutsk. He didn't speak English and my Russian wasn't good enough to properly understand most of what he said but we chatted until I jumped up into my bunk to try to sleep. Sadly, Yuri turned out to be the loudest snorer I have ever heard! So consequently I didn't get much sleep. During the night, the train rolled on to the ...