As a traveler with a camera, I’ve developed a good sense for when something is brewing. And when you see a tank on the road, something is definitely brewing!
My last day in Yekaterinburg was a Saturday, and this is a good opportunity to have a look at what the Russians are doing in their free time. I wouldn’t have expected that so much of it is a matter of heaven or hell, though 😉
I’m not a big fan of the “usual” tourist attractions. And so I always quickly end up walking through the backstreets and outskirts.
In the third part about the russian city of Yekaterinburg I will not only answer the question on how to get from A to B, but also how public transport has evolved over time.
For the first three nights I was staying at NovoTel Ekaterinburg Center. The hotel is located in the city center, the room was 57 € per night and quite large, and