With the advent of the Trans-Siberian Railway, Оmsk became a popular commercial centre which saw the the development of new homes, stores and theatres as well as modern transportation and communications. Foreign powers, including the British, Dutch and Germans, opened consulates to represent their commercial interests. Omsk was even proclaimed as the Capital of Russia for a brief period during the Civil War in 1918-19 when it held the imperial gold reserves. The city of Omsk is a located in south-central Russia at the confluence of the Irtysh and Om rivers. It is one of the largest industrial and cultural centers in Siberia. We are delighted to offer you the chance to visit the city of Omsk on our following tours.
City tour OMSK package 3 days/2nights
This excursion will introduce you to the history of Omsk and the actual everyday life of the city. You will visit the Pushkin Library in Omsk, the Neoclassical cathedral of Saint Nicholas consecrated in 1840 the cathedral was commissioned by the Cossacks and designed by Vasily Stasov, walk on the Lyubinsky Prospekt, also known as Lenin Street or Moscow Merchant Row, visit the memorial of Eternal Flame a tribute to fallen soldiers of the Great Patriotic War (WWII) from 1941 to 1945.
|Hotels and tour Price per Person||2 nights|
Package price includes (min. 2 persons):
- Transfers upon arrival and departure (from airport or train station)
- Walking city tour of Omsk with local guide (English speaking, 4h)
- Accommodation in chosen hotel in double room incl. breakfast