The Pskov region is home to 372 monuments of federal (all-Russian) significance, including a unique ensemble of the Pskov Kremlin which is currently undergoing a procedure of UNESCO List of World Heritage objects acknowledgment, the Transfiguration Cathedral of the Mirozhsky monastery with frescoes painted by Byzantine masters in the 12th century, Izborsk - the "Iron city", unique Izborsk-Maly valley, Saint Dormition Pskov-Pechory monastery, Pushkin's memorial estate including three villages of Mikhailovskoye, Trigorskoye, and Petrovskoye, unique estates of composers – members of the "Mighty Group" N.A. Rimsky-Korsakov and M.P. Musorgsky, the first Russian woman mathematician S.V. Kovalevskaya. And more - monuments of unique Pskov school of architecture of the 14-16th century, unique Pskov school of icon painting, unique Pskov fortress which consists of 5 fortress rings, the biggest ring is 9 km long with 39 towers, and 10 more suburb cities which protected the borders of Pskov and the whole Russia.
Festivals taking place in Pskov are bright additions to our natural and architectural monuments: Pancake Week, Battle on the Ice reconstruction (April), Gardarika festival of the cities of the Pskov region (May), aerostation festival and Isaborg festival (June), city day (July), Iron city and Setomaa Family Meetings festivals (August), and Crescendo musical festival (September).
Standard guided tours include visits to the main sights – Pskov (23 km from the hotel), Izborsk (23 km from the hotel), Pechory (23 km from the hotel), Pushkin Hills (140 km from the hotel). On your request we can offer you various guided tours from economy and standard to tailored and exclusive categories. Any guided tour can also include a visit to Bee farm, Ostrich farm, pedestrian ecological routes, horse riding, and traditional games ("Secrets from a casket" program), children menu on route, etc.
Our travel agency Continent provides guided tours. We know how to make your stay in Pskov productive and unforgettable.