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About Khabarovsk

About Khabarovsk

Why Visit Khabarovsk on Russian Holidays

One of the largest cities of Russia's Far East, hospitable Khabarovsk is an unmissable destination in any Trans-Siberian tour.

Located on the banks of the Amur River, not far from the Chinese border, the city tangibly experiences the influence of the eastern neighbors yet at the same time preserves its own charm. The best way to start your Khabarovsk tour is by having a peaceful walk along the scenic embankment to take in the city's vibe and enjoy the calm ambiance.

How to enrich your Khabarovsk itinerary even more? Pass by the impressive Spaso-Transfiguration Cathedral or stroll around the Lenin Square, the second largest one in Russia after Moscow's Red Square. Also, don't miss the chance to pay a visit to the monument of Nikolay Muravyov - Amursky, the explorer of East Siberia, who is actually illustrated on Russia's 5000-ruble banknote.

In addition to that, there are numerous museums in the city for you to discover. Visit the Far East Art Museum to admire the impressive collections of fine art or explore artifacts of historical significance displayed at the Archaeology Museum. The Khabarovsk Regional Museum is also worth your while, as it features pictures, posters and audio clips depicting the Soviet times. 

Khabarovsk travel is full of beautiful parks and nature, as well as plenty of man-made wonders to visit, making it the perfect mix for you to discover while traveling in Russia. 

Best Things to Do in Khabarovsk, Russia

  • Stop by the Spaso-Transfiguration Cathedral
  • See the Nikolay Muravyov - Amursky monument
  • Enjoy a boat ride along Amur River
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