Irkutsk Vacation Packages
Trud Stadium is a good spot to visit while you are here. Another place to visit is Bogoyavlensky Cathedral.
For a deeper knowledge of Irkutsk Oblast, grab a vehicle and visit the cities, towns and villages within the vicinity of Irkutsk. Irkutsk, lies roughly 1 mile (1. 6 kilometers) to the south. Go there to see the Trud Stadium and Bogoyavlensky Cathedral.
This region has been graced with a deep religious history; learn more about is at the area's most sacred monasteries. Spend a few hours exploring Irkutsk Oblast's history museums, theaters and art museums. These are great places to hang out, particularly when the weather is less than perfect.
There are some cool ways for thrill seekers to experience the great outdoors in and around Irkutsk. Ice skating and hiking are just two popular ways active visitors can get their thrills. For those who love to rug up and head outdoors in winter, this area may just be an excellent place to go. Grab some gear and go snowboarding and cross-country skiing.
As you conclude your stay, pack your traveling bag and wish the Russian Federation "Poka!" (farewell).
Accommodation in Irkutsk
Visiting Expedia's Irkutsk hotel booking page provides a quick way of reserving a hotel in Irkutsk that best suits your style and budget.
The International Hotel Sayen, at 13b Karl Marx Street, and the Courtyard by Marriott Irkutsk City Center, at Chkalov Street 15, are good examples of high-end Irkutsk accommodation options. The Delta Business Hotel, 58, K. Liebknecht St, and the Hotel Europe, Baikalskaya 69, are another two great Expedia-listed hotel choices