Volgograd

Over the last century the city has changed its name three times: at the beginning of the twentieth century it was called Tsaritsyn and it was a backwater place on the banks of the Volga River. Then it became Stalingrad - the fortress that played a pivotal role in World War II, and later was renamed Volgograd, having become in the process a sunny and hospitable city whose residents love fishing, football, boat rides and beaches.
 
Over the last century the city has changed its name three times: at the beginning of the twentieth century it was called Tsaritsyn and it was a backwater place on the banks of the Volga River. Then it became Stalingrad - the fortress that played a pivotal role in World War II, and later was renamed Volgograd, having become in the process a sunny and hospitable city whose residents love fishing, football, boat rides and beaches.
As part of the press tour,
you will visit the following landmarks:
  • August 21
The Square of the Fallen Fighters (Ploschad Pavshikh Bortsov) - Volgograd and Intourist hotels - Main Post Office Building - Alexander Nevsky Monument - New Experimental Theater Building - Kilometre zero – Alley of the Heroes leading to the Art Fountain - Volgograd Music Theater - Plyos Jetty

  • August 22
VolgogradSITI Business Centre - Helicopter platform - Volgograd Arena - Battle of Stalingrad panorama museum - Heroes of the Battle of Stalingrad memorial complex at Mamayev Kurgan
August 21
The Square of the Fallen Fighters (Ploschad Pavshikh Bortsov) - Volgograd and Intourist hotels - Main Post Office Building - Alexander Nevsky Monument - New Experimental Theater Building - Kilometre zero – Alley of the Heroes leading to the Art Fountain - Volgograd Music Theater - Plyos Jetty

August 22
VolgogradSITI Business Centre - Helicopter platform - Volgograd Arena - Battle of Stalingrad panorama museum - Heroes of the Battle of Stalingrad memorial complex at Mamayev Kurgan
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