City break in Kaluga. Active leisure ideas for Kaluga - attractions, recreation and nightlife
Many people visit Kaluga in order to rest from the bustle of big cities. It is famous for its natural resources. It is an ideal holiday destination for hunters and fishing fans, as there are a lot of rivers and lakes here. Not far from Kaluga, there is an ideal place for lovers of eco-tourism - the artificial reservoir Vyrka, whose surroundings impress with its pristine beauty. There is amazing vegetation and the fauna is widely represented, therefore there are beautiful places perfectly for walks.
The year of the foundation of the city is 1371, when Kaluga was first mentioned in the charter of Olgerd, the Grand Duke of Lithuania. After a couple of decades, the city became part of the … Open
Modern Kaluga is a fairly large industrial city, in its own unique and interesting way. Some special national cuisines are not represented here. As in any big city, there are a lot of … Open
Lovers of shopping should pay attention to the shopping center "European", the location of which is a beautiful modern building. There are popular clothing stores, as well as a lot of specialized shops for children. There is also a beautiful pizzeria in the center where you can have a great rest after studying hundreds of windows. Kirov Street is the main trading area of the city; there are many shops for every taste here.
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Guide to your best city break in Kaluga - popular places for recreation and leisure. Things to do during the day in Kaluga - attractions, parks, beaches, aquaparks, racing tracks, biking trails or waterski. Recommendations (with addresses, phone numbers and links) where to spend your time in the evening (bars, discos, clubs, etc.). We share some good ideas and the question 'What to do in Kaluga?' disappears immediately.