Kurortny Park, Kislovodsk
(4.7/5 based on 650+ reviews on the web)
The biggest park in Europe, Kurortny Park features a busy lower level filled with souvenir stalls, as well as middle and upper levels suitable for walking, hiking, and cycling. The main entrance is flanked by a white colonnade with a fountain at the center. Among its many monuments is the statue of Lermontov, a famous Russian writer. Walk by the mountain river that runs through the park. Look out for the "lady's caprice" bridge, which was apparently built at the whim of a noble woman. Take the funicular to the observation deck, which offers great views of the area, including the view of the famous Rose Valley. Take a look at our Kislovodsk vacation builder to schedule your visit to Kurortny Park and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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  • The biggest Park in Europe. What a beautiful and clean air and ROSE Alley is something so many colors and a variety of I haven't seen once
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  • Were in Kislovodsk spontaneously took a personal tour of the city in the "City Bureau of Kislovodsk Excursions" that I'll tell you in December, Kislovodsk is sad as the coast in May. But proteins are beautiful, fluffy and hungry go directly on your hands there are seeds. Tour itself is informative, but would like more. In December, it makes sense to come who wants tranquility and peace of the people, the service comes to naught, little campers.
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  • Old and small, be sure to visit the Park. Where you can sit and in a cosy café and in the Valley of roses, get into hard-to-reach places. Wander and asphalt health and deaf footpaths through the ruins of any structures.
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