It is common for travelers to use Usinsk as a jumping off point for further explorations. Komi Republic possesses plenty of sights and attractions. Yanyu and Synya are two more places worth visiting while you're in Komi Republic.
For a glimpse of local culture, go straight to Komi Republic's history museums and theaters. Faith is a pivotal facet of every region's make-up, so spend a little time in the area's many cathedrals and other places of worship.
Travelers in search of action can max-out their heart rates by signing up for a hiking or mountain climbing adventure.
Learning a few common Russian words and phrases can be the difference between a run-of-the-mill vacation and a rewarding journey into the rich psyche the Komi Republic region. Why not make use of "Xotite potancevat?" This means "Would you like to dance with me?" Or try "Otkuda ty?" (Where are you from?).
The 12th of June is Russia Day, so if you're vacationing here at this time, keep in mind that some places may not be open as the country celebrates.
When the time comes to leave Usinsk, use your last rubli on last-minute souvenirs and say Poka! (farewell).