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Turn your trip into an exciting and unforgettable experience
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Our offline map offers you information about 30 top destinations, featuring high-quality descriptions, photos, and reviews written by real travelers.


Every location we feature comes with a description, a photo, and reviews written by real people.


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In addition to our featured locations, you will find tens of thousands of other useful places in our guide (hotels, restaurants, teller machines, public transport stops, points of interest, etc.)


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Top places of interest

Here is a list of just a few of the places of interest that you can find on our offline map.

Tuqay Mäydanı/Ploshchad Tukaya

The station is a standard sub-surface pillar bi-span arrangement, with 12 square concrete pillars running along the central axis of the platform. Architects M. Bykov, V. Kudryashov and R. Safin took a theme that was reminiscent of the romantic Tatar li...

Kazan Art School

The school was founded in 1895 as a branch of the Imperial Academy of Arts. In its early years, it had four departments: painting, engraving, architecture, and sculpture. Early graduates included P.P. Benkov and Nicolai Fechin, for whom the school is n...

Kazan National Research Technical University named after A.N. Tupolev

Today the University is one of the leading Russian institutions in aircraft engineering, engine and instrument production, computer science and radio and telecommunications engineering. KSTU is the largest technical university of the Republic of Tatars...

Kremlyovskaya Street

Kremlyovskaya Street is the main street of the city of Kazan, Republic of Tatarstan, Russia. The street runs from and is named after the Kazan Kremlin to the north. The street stretches south to the Kazan State University campus, located on the both si...

Kazan International Airport

On 15 September 1979, Kazan 2 was completed. On 28 September 1984, Kazan 1 (located inside the city) was shut down, and Kazan 2 was renamed to Kazan Domestic Airport. On 21 February 1986, Kazan Airport gained international rank. This was a drastic anno...

Kozya Sloboda

The station was set to be called or Kozya Sloboda, but in the wake of protests led in part by students of Kazan State Energy University the city government settled on the purely descriptive name Aq Bars. The previous name, which translates roughly as G...


Named after the Kazan Kremlin which is located nearby, architects R.Nurgalieva and S.Mamleyeva along with artist N.Khaziakhmetov incorporated a standard sub-surface single vault technology into the theme of the mythical fortress of the ancient Kazan Kh...

Sukno Bistäse/Sukonnaya Sloboda

Sukno Bistäse or Sukonnaya Sloboda is a station on the Kazan Metro. Opened as part of the first stage of the system on 27 August 2005, the station is built to a typical pillar bi-span sub-surface design, with two parallel rows of 14 concrete pillars. ...

Bauman Street

Baumana Street has long been regarded a trading centre and featured a concentration of the main mercantile establishments of the city. The street was the second most significant street of Kazan's central district. It was famous for its banks and notary...

Ushkova house

Alexey Ushkov, son of the K.K. Ushkov - owner of chemical plants and grandson of tea magnate A.S. Gubkin married Zinaida Vysockaya - daughter of Nikolay Vysockiy - professor of surgery, during his student times in Kazan State University. As a wedding g...

TatNeft Arena

Every year since 2008 kickboxing tournament called Tatneft Cup is held in the arena. Tournament consists of three tournaments in three weight categories (-70 kg, -80 kg, +80 kg) with 4 selections of 1/8 finals, 2 selections of quarter finals, semi fina...

Söyembikä Tower

A legend postulates that the tower was built more than a century earlier by Ivan the Terrible's artisans in just a week's time. As the legend goes, the Kazan queen Söyembikä threw herself down from the highest tier, hence the name. This legend has noth...

Palace of Water Sports

The Palace of Water Sports is an indoor aquatics centre in Kazan, Tatarstan, Russia which was built for the 2013 Summer Universiade. Located on the banks of the Kazanka River, the competitions in synchronized swimming, diving, swimming and water polo t...

Millennium Bridge

The Millennium Bridge is a cable-stayed bridge that spans Kazanka River, in Kazan, Tatarstan, Russia. Its name originates from Kazan's thousandth anniversary, widely celebrated in 2005 and the shape of its M-like pylon. The construction of the bridg...

National Library of the Republic of Tatarstan

The National Library of the Republic of Tatarstan is the main state book depository in Tatarstan for national, republican, Russian and foreign publications. It holds over three million documents, including over 100,000 documents in the Tatar language a...

Kazan Metro

Kazan is a historic and cultural centre on the middle Volga. The first plans to have a rapid-transit system were proposed back in the days of the Russian Empire, but after the October Revolution and the Russian Civil War little was left for the design....

Basket-Hall Kazan

The arena opened in August 2003, at a construction cost of $14 million. In 2011, it hosted the 2011 European Weightlifting Championships. Basket-Hall was also a venue of the 2013 Summer Universiade. The arena has been used as the regular home arena of ...

Kazan Kremlin

The Kazan Kremlin includes many old buildings, the oldest of which is the Annunciation Cathedral (1554-62), the only 16th-century Russian church to have six piers and five apses. Like many of Kazan's buildings of the period, it is constructed of local ...

Kazan Arena

The stadium hosted the 2013 Summer Universiade opening and closing ceremonies, and 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup. It will also host the 2018 FIFA World Cup. Its capacity is around 45,379. It will replace Central Stadium as Kazan's main football stadium....

Galiaskar Kamal Tatar Academic Theatre

The first known Tatar theatrical efforts were during the 19th century when Tatar amateur theater groups emerged in some cities and towns of Russia with sizable Tatar populations. The first published Tatar-language play was "Unhappy Girl" (1886) by Gabd...









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