A brief sightseeing tour around the city on the go: Ivanovo – “Russian Manchester”, the recognized capital of the national textile industry. Numerous factories highlighted the city’s industrial capabilities and shaped its facade.
A visit to the active Svyato-Vvedensky monastery.
A visit to the museum of arts and industry named after Dmitry Burilin. The museum (built in the Italian palazzo style) bears the name of its founder, an industrialist and philanthropist - who dedicated his life to collecting “antiquities and rarities” and creating the museum.
A visit to the museum of the Ivanovo calicoes. The museum’s collection tells about the development of the textile industry in the region from ancient times until now.
A visit to “Pavlov’s Mansion”, the museum and cultural center of Shuya (it is a merchant’s mansion from the late 19th century with an Art Nouveau interior).
A walking tour around Shuya with a visit to the Resurrection Cathedral and the famous “candle” bell tower (106 meters).
Departure to Palekh. This old village is world famous as the center of enamel miniature making. A visit to the Museum of Enamel Miniature Making. A souvenir shop.
A visit to a large shopping center, where a wide range of textile products are presented, from both national and foreign manufacturers – with free time for shopping