Samara Vacations & Travel Packages!
The sixth largest city in Russia, Samara is located in the southeastern part of European Russia at the confluence of the Samara and Volga Rivers on the east bank of the Volga. The city features a continental climate that is characterized by cold winters and hot summers. Samara is now a major cultural, economic, educational, scientific, and transport hub of the country. As a cultural hub, the city has attracted numerous creative Russians such as Gorky and Tolstoy.
Places of Interest in Samara
Samara Art Museum
The most important cultural attraction in Samara, the Samara Art Museum puts on exhibition mainly Russian art encompassing works by the artists who came to the region to paint. The museum also boasts an interesting collection of early Kazimir Malevich works.
Children’s Art Gallery
Located in the landmark Engineer Klodt's House, Children’s Art Gallery is an excellent place to visit with kids. The house resembles a fairytale castle. The gallery features a collection of children's art. Children can also pick up a brush and try their hands on painting here at Children’s Art Gallery.
Best enjoyed on a warm day, Zhiguli Brewery offers visitors to pick their bottles out of rucksack and fill it up at the kiosk selling the amber gold from the tap. There are rows of stalls selling smoked and salted fish as well. Visitors can enjoy it along with strolling on the Volga Bank.