Pouring and levishniki, snacks and arzhanik, hard-legged and YarUshki fish-gorgeous - all these are heroes of the tasty stories of Yaroslavl and guides in his era. Through original fish soup recipes and unexpected parallels with Finnish beer traditions, chocolate masterpieces and tea ceremonies of the 19th century, you will rediscover our city and fall in love with its extraordinary charisma. Individual excursion for 1-10 people Duration 2.5 hours Children Possible with children How it goes On foot Rating 5 by 12 reviews RUB 3000 per excursion Price for 1-10 people, regardless of the number of participants
What awaits you
Yaroslavl: the land of sweets and pastries You will find out why in the collection of folk sayings by Vladimir Dal, Yaroslavl residents are represented by "candy", and our city was the unspoken sweet capital of Russia at the beginning of the 20th century. On the territory of the Maslenitsa residence, we will talk about the Yaroslavl "labor legs". Well, where can you go without bread? I will tell you why our fellow countryman, the merchant Krokhonyatkin, won a gold medal in Paris. And also about what the legendary Moscow and St. Petersburg owe to the Yaroslavl region
Beer and fish affairs I will show you a restaurant where you should try today's gastronomic brand of the city, YarUshki fishy, and a pub in honor of the famous film "Afonya". You will find out why thanks to Yaroslavl residents the Finns celebrate Beer Day on October 13, and the famous Finnish brand "Koffa" has Russian roots. We will pay special attention to the ear and the secrets of its three types: white, yellow and black. You will hear about the incredible fish resources of the region: Sheksna sterlet, Volga sturgeon, white fish and Pereslavl vendace, or "royal herring". And also about the current gastronomic festival "Feast on the Volga"
Yaroslavl vodokhlebi Modern Yaroslavl residents proudly call themselves the successors of the traditions of the mighty Upper Volga "vodokhlebov". The passion for tea drinking spread among us in the first half of the 19th century. This pleasure was quite expensive for that time, and the tea-drinking ceremony resembled a very special rite. The family ate tea diligently, blowing with all their might into the saucers. It was considered especially elegant to hold the saucer in a certain way … How? I'll show you on excursions
? I will tell you about the delicious stories of Yaroslavl near the following iconic objects: Volkovsky theater and confectionery factory, G. Libken's first brand store, Ioann Vasilyevich and Pivovar restaurants, Afonya pub and the residence of Maslenitsa empress, grocery store No. 1, Strelka, Museum of the history of gingerbread and shop "Chocolate House".
? Of course, it would be better to try everything, but as part of the walk, we will limit ourselves to chocolate tasting, and you yourself will decide what is worth trying after.
- If desired, this excursion can be organized with your or a rented car - this will expand its information content
- Tastings in the shop at the chocolate factory are paid independently
The excursion starts at Volkov Square. You will find out the exact meeting point immediately after booking.