Nizhny Novgorod Tours | Nizhny Novgorod Women

Want to date pretty Russian girls in a city that is off the beaten path? Then consider the individual tour to Nizhny Novgorod. The men who have taken Nizhny Novgorod tours were not only treated very well by Nizhny Novgorod women, but were practically considered celebrities. St Petersburg & Moscow receive the lion's share of Western tourists to Russia, but this city for the past 70 years, has not received as many visitors. Therefore, Nizhny Novgorod women are very curious about foreigners.

Nizhny Novgorod is one of the largest cities in the country (and home to many pretty Russian girls) that offers numerous cultural activities including opera, ballet, drama, and comedy performances. The city also hosts a Philharmonic orchestra, as well as numerous museums.

With this tour to Nizhny Novgorod, as with all A Foreign Affair tours, the focus is on assisting you in meeting as many marriage minded women in Nizhny Novgorod as possible, so you can prioritize your time, and fulfill what you came to Russia to accomplish. Which is to find a pretty Russian girl for your own bride.

Most cuisine in Nizhny Novgorod is Russian, however there are numerous resturants that offer Georgian, Chinese, and Mexican fare, and usually at less expensive prices than the larger cities in Russia. The Nizhny Novgorod women your are dating will enjoy visiting these restaurants.

Gardina Restaurant: An American restaurant serving delicious American dishes.

Chaika restaurant: A great selection of local and International faire. Vegetarian meals are also available. Live music provides the atmosphere.

Burlak Restaurant: Provides a breakfast buffet, also has a selection of hot and cold menu items.

Zagreb Piano Bar: Tasty entrees and desserts. Good wines and cigars.

Cafe Leta: Offers Caucasion cuisine.

A very interesting museum located in Nizhny Novgorod is the Museum of Radio Laboratory. This museum describes the history of the science of radio and Nizhny Novgorod role in its development. In the 20s, the most powerful radio transmitter in the world at that time was developed in the laboratory.

The Nizhny Novgorod Art Museum which was founded in 1896 is one of the best museums in Russia, It's featured exhibits include paintings from Ancient Russian Masters, more recent Russian Artists, and also Eastern European artwork.

Nizhny Novgorod's Historical and Architectural Museum showcases ethnic costumes, glassware, and crafts.

Bolshaia Pokrovskaia Street: One of Nizhny Novgorod's gathering places and a great place for a walking date with a pretty Russian girl. Browse through the charming shops in the area.

Verkhne-Volzhskaia Naberezhnaia (The Upper Embankment) There are century old mansions in this area. In addition, there is a monument to Valerii Chkalov, who was an aviator that flew nonstop from Moscow to Vancouver, British Colombia over the North Pole in 1937.

Nizhny Novgorod History

Known as part of the Russian heartland, Nizhny Novgorod is one of Russia's largest cities (1.5 million residents). It was founded in 1221 by the Grand Duke George II at the confluence of two great rivers (the Volga and the Oka) The city was among several other Russian cities that were spared from the Mongols. One hundred years after its founding Grand Duke Dmitry Konstantinovich ordered the construction of several stone cathedrals and churches in the city.

In the first few hundred years the city was attacked and burned by the Tatars several times, however the Nizhny Novgorod Kremlin which was constructed approximately 500 years ago withstood the Tatar attacks. In the 1700s, Nizhny Novgorod was the capital of the region and became known as a center for education, trade, medicine, and culture.

Further on, in the second half of the 19th century, Nizhny Novgorod began its industrial age and became a manufacturing center and excelled in the ship construction. During this time period, Nizhny Novgorod produced riverboats and railroad cars. During the Soviet era, MIG fighters were produced here. The city was renamed Gorky after Soviet literature writer Aleksy Maximovich Pyeshkov's pseudonym "Maxim Gorky" and reverted back to its original name after the fall of the Soviet Union.

Currently Nizhny Novgorod is progressive and vibrant, with a highly educated work force, one of the most democratic cities in Russia, and it's pretty Russian girls are waiting for you.

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