Traveling through this region is about seeking adventure, so set aside some time to hit the road and visit some of the other cities, towns and villages around Grozny. You'll find Novoterskoye, 20 miles (32 kilometers) to the south, and Gudermes 20 miles (32 kilometers) to the west.
If the weather means you don't want to be outside, go to Chechen Republic's theaters, art museums and nature museums. When the sun is shining, why don't you explore Chechen Republic's open-air museums?.
No break is really complete without a bit of relaxation. Wildlife watching is one of the ways they relax here. In this region and bird watching is another.
Making the effort to pick up a few handy words and phrases in Russian often separates the real travelers from the tourists. "Xotite potancevat?" is a good one to try. It means "Would you like to dance with me?" "Otkuda ty?" translates to "Where are you from?"
Russia Day falls on the 12th of June, so if you're lucky enough to be in Grozny then, set aside your sightseeing and join in the fun and festivities with locals.
At the finish of your time in Grozny, pack up your gear and bid the Russian Federation "Poka!" (farewell).