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Hotel’s home in Novgorod near city centre attractions and Volkhov River
Nestled on the banks of the Volkhov River, this hotel’s location in Novgorod provides easy city centre access and proximity to transport. Travellers can connect to Moscow and St. Petersburg via major motorways, and they can traverse the city by taking advantage of the bus and trolleybus systems.
A vibrant city with ancient roots
Veliky Novgorod, Russian for "The Great New City" or "The Big New City," is recognised as a major tourism destination both domestically and internationally. Novgorod boasts a number of stunning medieval monuments, the most recognisable being the wonderfully preserved St. Sophia Cathedral, built between 1045 and 1050. The cathedral is considered the first to represent original features of Russian architecture. The Kremlin also boasts the oldest palace in Russia (1433), the oldest Russian bell tower (mid-1400s) and the oldest Russian clock tower (1673).
Beyond its role as a regional tourism hub, Veliky Novgorod also attracts corporate visitors. It is regarded as a centre of education (home of Yaroslav the Wise University), an administrative centre (for the Novgorod Region) and a base for the chemical industry.