Russpass opens new routes for joggers and travel enthusiasts

April 8
Tourism and travels

Russpass will help sports enthusiasts find new running routes and share information with city travelers to plan their independent tours. The service offers new routes in Moscow and Yaroslavl.

This Russpass route runs through the key landmarks of Yaroslavl. Begin you running or walking tour in the city's historical center - Strelka Park where the rivers Volga and Kotorosl join. This is the city's oldest part. The route includes centuries-old landmarks and today's tourist attractions related to historical events. Discover the Chapel of the Kazan Icon of the Mother of God opened in August 1997 to commemorate the 385th anniversary of the people’s volunteer corps (militia) led by Kuzma Minin and Prince Dmitry Pozharsky.

Then follow through to Yaroslavl Museum-Preserve housing Transfiguration Cathedral, the city's oldest surviving building. Have a bird's eye view over the city's historical center at the scenic viewpoint.

Explore the Church of Elijah the Prophet and the Assumption Cathedral and follow to the Eternal Fire monument. Finish the tour by the Volga River and visit the Yaroslavl Art Museum.

One more Russpass route opened recently and available includes the most picturesque sites of Moscow. Begin on Universitetskaya Square in front of the main building of Lomonosov Moscow State University. Enjoy the wonderful sites of Lilia fountain and the alley of monuments to scientists.

Photo by Maxim Denisov,

Follow past the Big Lawn of Moscow State University to Mosfilm Studio. Have a look at the studio's museum featuring film sets, costumes, and filmmaking equipment.

Then follow along Kosygin street to uncover the temple of the Life-Giving Trinity on the Sparrow Hills. Its unique outlook has remained unchanged since the 19th century. The church went down in the history of the 1812 War with Napoleon: Mikhail Kutuzov, the Field Marshal of Russia, prayed here on the eve of the war council. The route ends at the observation deck on the Sparrow Hills, which offers a beautiful view of the city.

Photo by Maxim Denisov,

Selecting favorite running and walking routes, Russpass users can add other landmarks and make their own tours. Travelers from other cities can use Russpass to plan their trip to Moscow, including accommodation and tickets.

Russpass will help plan trips across Russia. Here you can buy train tickets and air tickets, book a hotel, a table at a restaurant and many other things. It will take just a few clicks to make your personal tours across travel locations or use an existing offer. Russpass has entered into cooperation agreements with all Russian regions. It offers more than 1,500 choices for travelers, including standard and customized tours.

Russpass is sponsored by the Moscow City Government. The project implementation is supervised by the Moscow Committee for Tourism jointly with the Department of Information Technologies.


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