A 3,000 square meter aquarium. There are several tanks of fish to look at, including a tunnel-tank that patrons can walk under, allowing tiny sharks to swim over your head. It is best to visit during feeding time when the carnivorous fish make a gruesomely interesting scene. Be sire to feed the turtles in the koi pond -Use the RUB10 vending machine to purchase fish food.
A more Western-style shopping experience. Galaktika includes hundreds of clothing stores, sports stores, computer stores, and an "Okey" store (which is comparable to a Walmart). Galaktika also features an aquarium, a respectable food court, and other diversions.
Free WiFi and simply furnished accommodation. Each room is air conditioned and offers a flat-screen cable TV. Free private parking for guests. 24/7 reception. Refreshing drinks and snacks are served at the Greek House's bar.
4-star hotel. Free Wi-Fi, fantastic breakfast buffet, large rooms, free laundry room, work-out centre, free mini-bar, air conditioning, comfortable beds and modern bathrooms.
This outdoor assortment of booths offers the best in fresh produce and other domestic products. Be prepared to haggle/bargain, especially over non-produce items.
Built in 1967. Two movie screens, including one with a capacity of 1,200. Also includes a cafe and pizzeria.
Includes many famous works of Kuban and Russian and European artists from as early as 16th century.
Traditional food and atmosphere. Live traditional music. Food prepared on an open fire.
Wood floors, flat screen TVs, indoor pool, and a 24-hour restaurant with couches.
Meat restaurant ans steakhouse with a great selection of wines and craft beers.
Irish pub with a great atmosphere and beer selection.
Popular with kids that like to climb on the tanks.
Krasnodar is one the most important historical and cultural centers of Southern Russian and the Northern Caucasus region. Nowadays, it has a population of 775,000 people. It is more ethnically diverse than Northern Russia, with many Georgians, Armenians, Chechens and Ossetians settling in the area over the years of political turmoil. Adyghe and many Jews inhabit the city as well. The renovated tsar-era buildings make this city very pretty, also most travelers only need a day or two to see all the major sights.