Tobolsk is located 250 km from Tyumen. Ride one of the best roads in the country is not bad, right? And along the way you will see a lot of interesting things. For example, you can drop in at. Pokrovskoye - home of Grigory Rasputin. There is the first private museum of this famous old man. The exposition was based on the personal belongings of the Rasputin family and the authentic photographs of Grigory Efimovich and his family with dedicatory inscriptions.
Upon arrival in Tobolsk, stop by for lunch at the restaurant "Palace of Coffee" - one of the most popular places in Tobolsk, located on the territory of the Kremlin. And since you are here, then after lunch walk along this great monument of architecture - it's really unforgettable. Tobolsk Kremlin prepared a lot of interesting for its visitors - the Museum "Viceroy Palace", the Prison Castle, the Gostiny Dvor and much more.
After that, go on a sightseeing tour of the city, not forgetting to visit the interactive site "Posad Siberian old-timers", because it was there that the shooting of the film "Tobol" took place.
End the day with dinner at the restaurant "Radeiniy", where you can see the color of Russian interior and sophistication of Siberian cuisine
For one day to study Tobolsk is impossible, so be sure to stay here again. To see where and how the last Russian emperor spent his last year with his family, you can visit the unique cabinet-museum of Nicholas II. The house where the imperial family lived is located in the foothill part of Tobolsk. This two-story building at number 10 on Mira Street is called the Governor's House. Here the truth once lived the Governor-General of Western Siberia, and from August 1917 to April 1918 the Romanov family found shelter.
After that, visit the famous Tobolsk factory of artistic bone-cutting products - the only operating enterprise of this type in Russia. Do not forget to buy a couple of souvenirs for memory.
Traveling to Tobolsk can not be imagined without an excursion to the "Abalak" - a unique tourist complex on the upper bank of the Irtysh. It represents the reconstruction of the Siberian jail of the times of the conquest of Siberia by Yermak. And next to the complex is located Abalaksky St. Znamensky Monastery - a real place of pilgrimage of Orthodox from all over the country.