Sokol Hotel

Address: Torgovaya Sq., 2A, Suzdal, Central Russia, 601293, Russian Federation | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel is located on Torgovaya Sq., 2A, Suzdal.
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      Travel Blogs from Suzdal

      Vladimir & Suzdal - The Golden Ring

      A travel blog entry by dedmonds on Dec 19, 2014

      9 photos

      ... br>

      From the gates we continued down the main road to the Cathedral of the Assumption, overlooking the Klyazma River, it was founded in 1158 by Vladimir prince Andrei Bogolubsky. Apparently the cathedral suffered massive looting and violence during Tatar invasions, but was restored in the 18th century. It is another stunning UNESCO world heritage listed ...

      In the Sticks (and Mud)

      A travel blog entry by vontiki2000 on Jun 10, 2014

      3 photos

      ... shops, and a wooden church. It was fairly interesting and pleasantly quiet. We then headed over to Torgovaya ploschad, Suzdal's market square. This is unmissable due to the stand-out trading arcades flanked by pillars. Along the western side of the square, dozens of young art students were busy trying to recapture the town's miniature skyline with paint and canvas. Some had done so very well. Along one side of the square is Graf Suvorov and Mead-Tasting ...

      No Time for Two Up

      A travel blog entry by madanaki on Apr 25, 2014

      2 comments, 10 photos

      ... guides have amazing knowledge of the history of Russia dating back over 1000 years so it's quite impressive to hear them rattle off all the facts and figures. Nadia was no exception and had it all down pat. Some of the other travellers thought she was a bit robotic but, as Steve will testify, some days you just go through the motions. You can't be up all the time. She certainly knew her ...

      The Golden Ring

      A travel blog entry by ritawritatravel on Sep 17, 2013

      19 photos

      ... some of its small grounds.

      Dinner time wasn't too exciting, but a fun group dinner as the 9 of us ventured down the main street without the CEO. While the food wasn't too special, I did get to try one of Suzdal's known drinks: medovukha - which is like a honey cider. Some people here call it mead or honey wine, but it's much closer to a cider. It's quite good and refreshing.

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      30 churches...not necessary

      A travel blog entry by tarabella on Oct 18, 2011

      ... train rolled into the station. We flew along the platform towards our carriage as our honcho told us the train only stopped for 2 minutes. Adrenlin ran through me as I literally threw my very heavy suitcase onto the train. Now Gareth and I have suitcase, I have one big case and one little carry on case. It has proved to be a major pain in the backside as everyone else brought backpacks. On the train we made our way down the narrow aisle to our ...