You can have fun, interesting and satisfying rest in Rostov-on-Don at any time of the year. Even children can cook delicious barbecue here!
Arriving in the Don capital, first of all, take a walk through the old city center, look at the Paramonovsk warehouses, famous for their history, go down to the embankment and take a boat ride along the legendary river.
The most interesting places in Rostov-on-Don are located on the Left Bank. Along the Don are lined up tourist centers, colorful cafes and restaurants. The smell of barbecue and boiled crayfish never leaves this place.
If you are traveling with children, we recommend visiting the dolphinarium and water parks. And in local museums, exhibitions for young visitors are open all the time.
Ask for theater posters. In addition to performances, famous performers often perform there. Moreover, ticket prices are lower than in Moscow or St. Petersburg.
Do you like delicious food? Don’t bypass the central market. Atmospheric, fragrant, smelling of Don’s pickles and dried fish! You won’t be able to leave here hungry. Vendors vying with each other offer to treat themselves to mouth-watering dishes. By the way, the Rostov market has repeatedly become a shooting location for television shows and culinary programs.
After exploring the interesting places in Rostov-on-Don, go around the surroundings. It is worth visiting Novocherkassk – the capital of the Don Cossacks, Azov – famous for unique historical finds, Taganrog – the birthplace of the writer Anton Chekhov and actress Faina Ranevskaya.
After a busy rest, travelers leave with new impressions, good mood and a few extra pounds. Our Don capital is baked!