Park Inn by Radisson Astrakhan

Ulitsa Anri Barbusa, 29 Astrakhan Russia + 7 (851) 2 290 120

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Volga River

The river Volga has been called the historic cradle of the Russian state. The Volga is the longest river in Europe starting northwest of Moscow, before meandering across two-fifths of the western part of Russia down to Astrakhan in the south and spilling out into the Caspian Sea.

Visitors looking for the best views of the River Volga from a hotel in Astrakhan should look no further than the Park Inn by Radisson Astrakhan. This 14 story hotel offers some of the finest views of the Kremlin and the river in the city.

Volga River Facts
Visitors to Astrakhan will enjoy learning Volga river facts as part of their cultural experience. The best way to learn about this famous river is to visit from the Park Inn by Radisson Astrakhan. Learning some facts about the Volga before landing in the country is an enjoyable way to prepare for a trip to the region.

The Volga is the longest river in Europe with a length of 2,293 miles. The Volga has multiple tributaries including the Kama, the Oka, the Vetluga and the Sura rivers. The Volga freezes along almost its whole length for the three months of winter.

Discoverof the Volga River
The Volga River has a special place in the hearts of the people who live in the area. In Russian culture it is often called Volga-Matushka or Volga-Mother. It is referenced in Russian folklore and songs, most notably ina well-known song of the Volga boatmen.

Enjoy discovering this cultural icon from the comfort of this conveniently located hotel, perfect for business trips, holidays and weddings in Astrakhan.