Volgograd

Volgograd is the city in the Southern Federal District.

The year of foundation is 1589.

The population is more than 1.1 million.

There is the tallest non-religious monument “The Motherland Calls” in the world.

Volgograd tram route is one of the unusual routes in the world – partly it made under ground instead of underground railroad.

Volgograd changed the name 3 times – from 1589 to 1925 it was Tsaritsyn, from 1925 to 1961 – Stalingrad, since 1961 – Volgograd.

Airport in Volgograd

Volgograd, International Airport website in the Russian language

Railway Terminal in Volgograd

Station Volgograd (Вокзал Волгоград) in the Russian, and English languages

Volgograd Bus Station

Volgograd Bus Station website in the Russian language

The best time for visiting Volgograd is from May to September.

What to do in Volgograd:

Museums

It is convenient to travel from Volgograd to:

Attractions in Volgograd:

Museum-Reserve Stalingrad Battle
House of Pavlov
Volga-Don Canal
Historical and Architectural Museum-Preserve Old Sarepta
Flour Mill of Gerhardt
Volgograd Museum of Fine Arts
Volgograd Museum of Local Lore
Riverbank of Volga
Tsaritsyn Fire Station
Volgograd Planetarium
Museum of the Musical Instruments of Pushkin E.N.
John the Forerunner’s Church
Parish of St. Nicholas Roman Catholic Church
Museum of the Volga-Don Canal History
Volgograd Museum of Weights and Measure
Botanical Garden of Volgograd State Social-Pedagogical University
Monument to Tramcar
Volgograd Philharmonic Hall
River Cruises from Volgograd
Tsaritsyn Opera Theatre
Volgograd Musical Theatre
Volgograd Circus
Volgograd Musical and Drama Cossak Theatre
Kazansky Cathedral
St. Nicetas Church

Attractions in the Volgograd Region:

Rossoshki Memorial Cemetery
Lake of the Lotuses
Ust-Medveditsky Monastery of the Transfiguration of the Saviour
Salt Lake Bulukhta
Alexandrovsky Graben
“Hydro-Constructor” Park
Kamyshin Museum of Local History
Elton Lake
Volzhsky Museum of Local History
Park of the Sculpture “Lebyazhia Polyana”
Nature Park Nizhnekhopersky
Sredneakhtubinsky Museum of Local History
Uriupinsky Museum of Local History
Salt Lake Botkul
Museum of the Memory of the Soldiers and Police