Check out some of the tourist attractions in the area. The the Kazhimukan Munaitpasov Stadium is a great place to begin.
Even though Kazakhstan is a little off the beaten track, there are still a wealth of things to discover around Astana.
Kazakhstan offers visitors a number of mosques and other places of worship, perfect places to get a feel for Astana's spiritual side.
For those who like to collect valuable insights as well as souvenirs on their travels, Astana features plenty of specialist activities, including guided nature walks.
World travelers know that food is one of the most rewarding ways to really get to the heart of an area. Sour milk and also rice are popular ingredients here. Don't wrap up your time in the area without tasting pelmani (meat dumplings) and basturma (mutton). шек-шек (fried unleavened dough balls) is the perfect way to conclude any Kazakhstan meal. Those who don't drink alcohol will want to try shubat (camel milk), a common drink in this region.
When booking your trip to Astana, it's handy to remember that the closest major airport, Astana International Airport, is situated in in Astana, 10 miles (16 kilometers) to the south.