Samara Oblast (Russian: Сама́рская о́бласть, tr. Samarskaya oblast, IPA: [sɐˈmarskəjə ˈobləsʲtʲ]) is a federal subject of Russia (an oblast). Its administrative center is the city of Samara. From 1935 to 1991, it was known as Kuybyshev Oblast (Russian: Ку́йбышевская о́бласть, tr. Kuybyshevskaya Oblast, IPA: [ˈkujbɨʂɨfskəjə ˈobləstʲ]). As of the 2010 Census, the population of the oblast was 3,215,532.
Restaurants in Samara Oblast
5 based on 657 reviews
Very well organised and recently reconstructed place with good rest facilities, attractive monuments, cafes and bike tracks. The best summer place in Samara.
4.5 based on 367 reviews
Nice Panorama of Zhiguli Gate - place, where Volga river runs between 2 Mountains. Take the bus 1 or 50 from the Main Train Station (far stop near the tram rails). Just 500m feet walk in the direction of bus from the stop "Upravlenchesky Tsentralny", and you at the place "Vertolyotka" ("Observation point "Helicopter runway"). You can be more lucky with the bus 1k (1short), which drives you exactly from the station to the place (unfortunately, this bus schedule not so often).
4.5 based on 149 reviews
4.5 based on 251 reviews
The place is really unique! On one spot they collected samples of military and civil technics starting from mid of XX century! Well, unique is just a half of succes! The other half is museum is interactive and very interesting! Never concidered myself as technic-fan but I was thrilled to spin helicopter's propeller! Is there lots of places where you can take picture of you sitting on the airplane's wing or facing the cannon's muzzle?!
Weekdays it's not crowdy at all. The ticket's price is funny! So it worth to spend a couple of hours there. The only negative side is location and a bit complicated transportation to the museum. But it's not such a big deal
5 based on 93 reviews
Не так много мест в нашем городе, куда можно повести приехавших гостей. Одно из таких мест, это набережная р Волга. Вот на набережной поставили этот памятник. Место удачное, здесь всегда людно, т к народ идет на пляж или просто погулять и дорожка проходит мимо памятника. Сам памятник ничего особенного не представляет. Памятник как памятник.
4.5 based on 269 reviews
Great example of Stalins time architecture. Bigest square complex in Europe and a nice place to take photos! Very interesting experience! Strongly recommend to visit. It is quite near in 5 minutes walk from the Drama theater - one of the symbols of Samara.
4.5 based on 195 reviews
Its just a heater and a statue of a cat on top of it...thats it... If you near you just stare and see and say "ok"
4.5 based on 393 reviews
We had an absolutely fantastic tour of the bunker. Our guide was absolutely incredible. He really recreated the time period and was able to engage us in the idea of the bunker and the time period in a real way. It's not an obvious to find (Stalin's planners clearly did a great job), save for a sign or two around the area. Loved the red strobe lights/alarms that went off to recreate the feeling of an emergency as you go into the bunker. The video at the end was very powerful. You really felt the urgency of World War II and the idea that the men that you saw marching off may not be returning to the people that love them. (tour in Russian)
5 based on 49 reviews
The pavilion of more than 1000 m2: interactive exhibits, optical illusions, amazing musical instruments, the mysterious mirror, the room with the broken gravity, intricate mazes, unexpected photo zone and much more. You’ll feel a dwarf and a giant, learn to play the water pipes, play on the strings of invisible harps, create your own world.
Были тут семьей с детьми. Честно думала так себе, но очень понравилось. Впечатлений масса, дети в восторге от зеркал. Думаю обязательно придем еще раз
4.5 based on 128 reviews
Worth a visit and photos, but no background info provided. Study before visiting if you are interested in Russian Revolution history. Nearby are parks and a great view of the Volga River, the brewery area and a monastery. Close to Balkan Grill and Kuybyshev Square. Tram line (#20, #5) is about 3 blocks away.
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