Polessk is a small town to the north of Kaliningrad, its history begins in 1249 with a small fishing village on the river bank.
Lake Vištytis is a unique lake of glacial origin and is the oldest, deepest, largest, cleanest in the Kaliningrad region, it is often called the European Baikal.
The Kurshsky Bay is a bay-lagoon in the Baltic Sea and is separated from the sea by the Kurshskaya Kosa (The Curonian Spit).
The Church of the Holy Martyrs Vera, Nadejda, Liubov and their mother Sofia is situated on the top of the hill. It became the first Orthodox church in the Kaliningrad region and built according to all the canons of Russian church architecture.
The Curonian Spit Nature Museum "The Curonian Spit, the smallest, unique, national park in Russia, is listed as the UNESCO World Natural and Cultural Heritage object. MUSEUM OF NATURE.
The Friedrichsburg Gate is the only surviving element of the former fortress of Friedrichsburg. These gates were built in 1852 according to the design of F. A. Stuler. In their architecture they resemble the city gates of Koenigsberg.
In Kaliningrad on Pugachev Street, in one of the apartments of the pre-war house, the entourage of the epoch that existed here before the Second World War, was restored.
Fort "Dona" was named after the ancient German noble family of Don Tak; Abraham fon Dona is known as a known fortifier. With his participation, fortresses were designed and built in Pillau, Memel and the First Great Wall in Koeningsberg.
Botanical Garden of Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University is situated on the territory of the former Koenigsberg urban horticulture founded by Professor, Head of the Higher Plant and Systematics Department of Koenigsberg University Paul Keber.
During the excursion you can visit the cellars of the castle Waldau, where the "Great Embassy" of Peter I was lodged, see the Castle Tapiau.
The excursion is devoted to the history of brewing, traditions and holidays of the old Koenigsberg.
Sightseeing tour to places related by legends about the underground Königsberg.