Crossing the Eurasian climate boundary line, the Ural Mountains have come to Yekaterinburg, where the weather is changing.
Yekaterinburg is a city with stories. His origins can be traced back to the 11th century. Even today, if it is calculated according to economic output, Russia ranks third, second only to Moscow and St. Petersburg.
Yeka can finally see high-rise buildings. In Russia, where the country is huge, it seems that it does not cherish its own land. High-rise buildings do not exist in ordinary cities. Here you can find authentic Chinese restaurants, even the so-called entertainment venues. The various clubs in Russia are also available. The Hyatt Hotel where we stayed can even see the weather of the Church of the Blood
Yeka directly from our room. Its really annoying, and the sun is raining for a while.
Taking advantage of the good weather, we came to the skyscraper Vysotsky Business Center in Yekaterinburg, and the 52nd floor is an open-air viewing platform. The observation deck can be visited around the week, 360 degrees overlooking the city, and there are several restaurants on the 51st floor to enjoy the view while eating.
Ascend to the top, the Ural Mountains are clearly visible in the distance, and the dams and ponds (Gorodskoy prud) in the city centre are close by. The cruise ship draws a beautiful arc in the pond, a casual holiday style. Looking west, you can even see the wonderful temporary stand of the Ekaterinburg Stadium. At this time, looking back at the Cathedral of the Spilled Blood, it is magnificent and solemn, and it is the most beautiful scenery in the city.
Traveling in Yekaterinburg, you may wish to visit the city centre first. There is a 1905 square in the city center, which is the busiest part of Yekaterinburg and the hub of various bus routes. In cold weather, it is still necessary to find some popularity.
From here you can see beautiful buildings of various styles. One of the most well-known buildings is the former Soviet-style town hall, a very beautiful Soviet-style building. The City Hall is adjacent to a high-end shopping mall called Passage, which should be the best mall in the city, with a variety of restaurants and fast food restaurants nearby. The city rail tram passes through the middle of the road and becomes a beautiful landscape of Yekaterinburg.