Pushkin Street (Pushkinskaya ulitsa), Rostov-on-Don

Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
Inspirock Rating:
4.6/5 based on 340+ reviews on the web
Take a stroll along Pushkin Street (Pushkinskaya ulitsa), a promenade lined with trees, flowers, cafes, restaurants, and statues, many of which tell stories from Pushkin's life. Notice the modern Don State Public Library, one of the biggest libraries outside Moscow. The attractive walkway also passes the house of Sabina Spielrein, a pioneer of psychoanalysis who worked with Carl Gustav Jung and Sigmund Freud. Stop at one of the many cafes to refresh with local Baltika beer or an ice cream. You can find free Wi-Fi at some places along the street. For Pushkin Street (Pushkinskaya ulitsa) and beyond, use our Rostov-on-Don trip itinerary builder to get the most from your Rostov-on-Don vacation.
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  • 80% of Pushkin is a pedestrian area, rostovčane love to walk there in the evenings. At the beginning of a street as Boulevard, near parks, the circus, many cafes all over the street.
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  • Pushkinskaya Street stretches from East to West parallel to Bolshaya Sadovaya. Designed for street walking. There is a bike path. Near parks, entertainment and a zoo. Many shops. Here we often well spent time.
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  • Street/Boulevard where car traffic is forbidden (although cops ride). Vegetation, benches, many different shops. Appeasement, sculptures, beautiful buildings ... A great place for walking, while the cops or âžemateri you send away all of a sudden:(
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