Kaliningrad is a tiny part of Russia, located between Lithuania and Poland. Founded by the Teutonic knights in the 13th century, it was called Koenigsberg before World War II. It was renamed and became part of the Soviet Union.
Kaliningrad is an extraordinary city, lost between Europe and Asia in places of amazingly beautiful nature. There are utterly Soviet districts and ancient neighborhoods that are so pleasant to walk around, recalling the past of the city.
Kaliningrad is considered to be one of the most interesting cities in Russia. There is a miraculously restored Fish Village, and an amazing cathedral with Emmanuel Kant’s grave.
A walking tour in the city center;
Friedland Gate admission;
The Cathedral admission.
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Private guide (English / German),
Entrance fees according to the program.