The Kazan Kremlin is the only surviving Tatar fortress in Russia, made up of an outstanding collection of 16th to 19th century buildings and the remains of others dating back as far as the 10th century.
In a prominent position overlooking the city, the Kremlin represents the unique historical and cultural legacy of Kazan and the fusion of Russian and Tatar architectural influences as the city has developed over time.
Visitors looking for hotels in Kazan, Russia
will find the Park Inn by Radisson Kazan Hotel conveniently located 3.5 kilometres from the stunning Kazan Kremlin. This is an ideal city centre base for those looking to explore this historic site and Kazan’s other tourist attractions.
See the historic 16th century Kazan Kremlin
More than one-thousand years ago, a much smaller fortress stood on the site where the Kazan Kremlin can now be seen.
The impressive Kazan Kremlin as it now stands, with its distinctive white walls, was constructed in the late 16th century and granted UNESCO world heritage status in 2000 in recognition of the cultural, as well as architectural, significance of the site.
Visitors to the Kremlin are encouraged to visit some of its unique attractions, including the unusual leaning Söyembikä Tower and prominent Spasskaya tower which marks the main entrance.
Choose the Park Inn by Radisson Kazan Hotel for a cultural break
Containing both the Kul Sharif mosque and Annunciation Cathedral, the Kremlin provides those with an interest in history and architecture a stunning selection of places to explore. Take in the sights of Kazan including its many festivals and events including the Kazan Film Festival
from the Park Inn by Radisson Kazan hotel when visiting Kazan.