East coast visit: 20 Best Places to Visit on the East Coast of the USA

13 Epic East Coast Cities for Weekend Getaways

With their long histories, excellent food, distinct cultures, and often whimsical (to put it nicely) layouts, the most beautiful East Coast cities easily rank among the best weekend getaway destinations in the USA!

From the beaches of Miami to the lighthouses of New England, there is no shortage of variety when looking for unique East Coast weekend getaways, and we adore them all.

While covering everywhere worth visiting on the US East Coast is a project for a lifetime (we’re constantly adding places to our wish list!), when it comes to cities on the East Coast to visit, there are some that consistently rank among the best.

For this guide, we’ve focused (with one exception), on East Coast cities with a population of over 100,000 people.

We love small American towns and beautiful beaches as much as the next road trippers, but we’ll save those for another post.

Planning an East Coast weekend getaway soon and looking for the perfect city break destination?

Here are the best East Coast USA cities to visit!

Table of Contents

  • New England Cities for Weekend Getaways
  • Mid-Atlantic East Coast Cities to Visit
  • Southeast USA Weekend Getaway Destinations

New England Cities for Weekend Getaways


As the largest city in New England and the birthplace of the American Revolution, Boston is undoubtedly one of the absolute best places to visit on the East Coast.

With its coastal location, gorgeous architecture, a dizzying array of distinct neighborhoods, and world-class museums (not to mention universities), you’ll never run out of incredible things to do in Boston.

We’ve been obsessed with Boston since we spent a summer living there, and will forever count it among our favorite East Coast weekend destinations.

During your trip, be sure to walk the Freedom Trail, relax at the Boston Public Garden and the Common, and enjoy the views from the water on a whale-watching cruise.

When it comes to neighborhoods, make sure to visit the picturesque North End, fashionable Back Bay, and grand Beacon Hill–three Boston neighborhoods you absolutely can’t miss.


No, not Portland, Oregon–the lighthouse-and-lobster loving Portland, Maine!

Known for its charming Portland Head Light, its warehouse-district-turned-trendy-neighborhood of Old Port, and many, many breweries, Portland is an absolute blast to visit.

While you’re there, be sure to take a quick ferry over to nearby Peaks Island for a day, tour the beautiful Victoria Mansion, and enjoy (at least) one afternoon on a sailboat.

Of course, no trip to Portland is complete without snapping photos at the Portland Head Light, but Bug Light deserves a quick look, too!

Portland is also less than an hour by car from famous Kennebunkport–so if you want to mix a famous small town into this weekend getaway on the East Coast, you absolutely can.

Mid-Atlantic East Coast Cities to Visit

New York City

How much of New York can you see on just a quick weekend trip?

Enough that you’ll want to come back immediately!

New York certainly can’t be “done” in a weekend–nor can it be done in a lifetime–but the great thing about New York City is that no matter who you are or what your interests are, you can find something to captivate you.

Whether you want to seek out the iconic sights of Midtown, find hidden gems in the outer boroughs, pay a visit to the Statue of Liberty, museum-hop your way through iconic attractions, or simply eat your way through the city, you’ll be able to find all you’re looking for (and more) in New York.

For tourists hoping for the classic NYC experience like we were on our first few visits, a weekend in New York is certainly long enough to see many of the highlights that we’ve all seen over and over in movies and shows throughout our lives!

Central Park, Fifth Avenue, Grand Central, Times Square, the New York Public Library, a Broadway show or two, a visit to Top of the Rock or the Empire State Building, the Brooklyn Bridge–on a weekend, you can see all of that and more.

If you’re into museums, we also recommend hitting just 1-2 (no more–there’s too much else to do!) during your weekend in New York: the Met, MOMA, and the Natural History Museum are all great, classic choices.


Philadelphia has been one of the best East Coast cities to visit for centuries, and–like Boston–it features strong ties to the American Revolution.

This is where the Declaration of Independence and the Consitution were signed, touring Independence Hall and visiting the nearby Liberty Bell are among the best things to do in Philadelphia today as a result!

You can’t miss Philly’s food scene when visiting, either–from whoopie pies to Philly cheesesteaks, the city has a (literal) flavor all its own.

We loved taking this fun food tour when visiting Philadelphia, and of course, eating our way through Reading Terminal Market.

Be sure to also make time to visit some of Philadelphia’s incredible museums during your visit, including the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Museum of the American Revolution (we loved this one), and touring the dark but fascinating Eastern State Penitentiary.

The Philadelphia Museum of Art is also home to another essential stop in this iconic East Coast City: the Rocky Steps (and if you’re willing to work up a sweat, definitely consider running up them yourself.

Washington DC

Our country’s capital city is not only the seat of our national government, but it’s also a fabulous place for a weekend trip on the East Coast!

Museum-goers will be delighted with the enormous array of impressive options to choose from in Washington DC.

Everything from the many Smithsonian Museums, to quirky options like the International Spy Museum, to meaningful stops like the US Holocaust Memorial Museum and the National Museum of African American History and Culture, is available.

There are far more than you can visit in a single weekend, and as a bonus, most DC museums are free to visit!

Those interested in US History and government will also have plenty to keep them busy along the National Mall, including iconic stops like the Washington Monument and the Lincoln Memorial.

Touring the US Capitol is always an interesting experience, and if you plan ahead, you may even be able to tour the White House!

While Washington DC has plenty to offer year-round, there’s no doubt that visiting during cherry blossom season is an incredible (but crowded) experience.


Compared to some of the other destinations in this travel guide, Baltimore is definitely a bit under the radar as far as cities to visit on the East Coast go (unless you’re headed to a Ravens or an Orioles game, of course).

If you’re looking for a coastal American city with plenty of history, art, and food to offer, though, Baltimore has you covered!

The Baltimore Museum of Art, George Peabody Library, Walters Art Museum, American Visionary Museum, and more, will keep any museum-hopper happy.

For American history buffs, Fort McHenry is a must, and for literary lovers, Edgar Allan Poe’s House is tiny but interesting.

When it comes to wandering, the neighborhoods of Inner Harbor, Harbor East, Fells Point, and Little Italy have plenty to explore.

And, of course, no weekend in Baltimore is complete without chowing down on crab cakes!


Alexandria may be located just south of Washington DC, but it can definitely hold its own as a standalone weekend getaway on the East Coast!

Set along the Potomac River, Alexandria is stately and beautiful, with plenty of gorgeous architecture, great food, interesting history, and fun shopping to offer.

Don’t miss the iconic King Street Mile (and if you’re interested in some of the less savory historic stories, consider coming back at night for a ghost tour).

The George Washington Masonic National Memorial is a must-see, and you can climb to the top for an excellent view of the city.

As far as museums go, the Stabler-Leadbeater Apothecary Museum is a fun stop!

Gadsby’s Tavern–part fine dining restaurant, and part museum–gives modern visitors the chance to dine in the same space where many of the Founding Fathers once plotted against British rule.

Alexandria’s most popular attraction, though, lies just 15 minutes south and technically outside of town: Mount Vernon, the former plantation of George Washington.

Southeast USA Weekend Getaway Destinations


Without a doubt, the small but stunning city of Savannah, Georgia is one of the absolute best East Coast cities for a USA weekend getaway.

It also happens to be one of our favorite cities in the world, and we’ll never stop revisiting it!

Featuring absolutely stunning architecture, 22 of its original 24 town squares, endless oak trees dripping with Spanish moss, and some of the best food in the country, exploring the best things to do in Savannah is always a blast.

While you’re there, be sure to meander down beautiful Jones Street, check out Forsyth Park, hear some of the city’s most enduring legends on a ghost tour, enjoy views from River Street, and take in some of Savannah’s complex history at its various house museums and houses of worship.

Don’t forget to set aside plenty of time to eat!

While there are dozens of incredible restaurants in Savannah, favorites include The Olde Pink House and The Grey for special occasions, The Collins Quarter for their legendary lavender mocha latte, and Leopold’s Ice Cream for a scoop of their famous Tutti Frutti ice cream.

Have enough time for a quick day trip?

Tybee Island–also known as “Savannah’s Beach”–is less than a 30-minute drive away, allowing you to easily combine a beach trip and city break!


Beautiful beaches, a unique culture that’s all its own, fabulous architecture, and–of course–plenty of sunshine: you’ll find all of this and far more by heading all the way south to Miami for your East Coast weekend getaway!

When it comes to beaches, South Beach is often considered one of the best urban beaches on the planet, and we’d have to agree.

Don’t limit yourself just to the beach, though!

Be sure to explore Miami Beach’s impressive Art Deco architecture, eat your way through Little Havana, admire street art in Wynwood, and check out the views from Biscayne Bay.

For a unique perspective on the city, consider taking a boat cruise–we were very impressed with how much we enjoyed ours!

For those who want to experience some unique nature in south Florida during their trip, consider also planning on a day trip to nearby Everglades National Park.

Or, if you have a few more days (say, an extra long weekend trip), you can road trip all the way to Key West, the southernmost point of the USA!


Colorful, coastal, and downright charming, Charleston makes an absolutely delightful East Coast weekend getaway.

Don’t mistake Charleston for all glamour, though: the city has a national reputation for its incredible food scene, played an important role in two of the USA’s most important wars, and is home to an enormous amount of often heavy history.

While you’re there, be sure to snap photos at beautiful Rainbow Row and The Battery, check out City Market, enjoy Waterfront Park, and tour the Olde Exchange and Dungeon (which is one of the places where the US Constitution was ratified).

The Old Slave Mart Museum is home to heartbreaking history and is an essential stop when working to understand the history of Charleston.

Those interested in US military history will no doubt want to visit Patriots Point to tour the former US naval ships docked there, and pay a visit to Fort Sumter to learn about its history (and enjoy the views).

Beach lovers, don’t miss the chance to check out nearby Folly Beach!


Of all of the weekend getaways on the East Coast covered here, Asheville is one of the best options for a group divided on whether to visit a city or the great outdoors.

Home to an epic craft beer scene, the incredible Biltmore Estate, plenty of street art, and delicious food options, there’s no doubt that Asheville appeals to the city lovers among us.

Its location right next door to the Pisgah National Forest and Great Smoky Mountain National Park, however, make it a fabulous US weekend destination for outdoor enthusiasts, as well.

There are plenty of easy hikes near Asheville (many of them featuring waterfalls) that allow travelers of all skill levels to enjoy the beautiful mountain setting!

No matter what your interests are, try to make time during your trip to Asheville to drive a small piece of the Blue Ridge Parkway–especially if you’re visiting in the fall and can enjoy the changing colors.

Often considered one of the most beautiful road trips in the United States, Blue Ridge Parkway is a drive not to be missed.


Sprawling, historic, interesting, and full of delicious southern food, Atlanta makes a fantastic weekend getaway on the East Coast USA.

The city’s museums are worthy of a large swath of your time, with many of them centered around Centennial Olympic Park (where the 1996 Olympics were held).

In the immediate area, you can find the National Center for Civil and Human Rights (an absolute must-see when visiting Atlanta), the Georgia Aquarium, and the famous World of Coca-Cola.

Of course, no visit to Atlanta would be complete without time spent at the Martin Luther King Historical Park, which is home to several sites important to the life of Dr. King and the Civil Rights movement overall.

Other interesting places to visit during a weekend in Atlanta include the BeltLine, Ponce City Market (for excellent food), and the Atlanta History Center.

Curious about filming locations?

Atlanta–and Georgia overall–are hotspots for filming movies and TV shows ranging from The Walking Dead to Stranger Things.

There are plenty of filming location tours available that are ready to help you find both iconic and hidden locations!


Without a doubt, Orlando is not only one of the most popular East Coast cities to visit but one of the most popular weekend getaways in the entire USA, and that’s for one important reason: theme parks!

From Walt Disney World to Universal, Orlando’s world-class theme parks are an enormous draw for kids and adults alike, and they alone are a reason to visit Central Florida!

Whether you want to ride the classic Disney rides at Magic Kingdom, step into Hogwarts in Harry Potter World, or ride soaring roller coasters, you’ll have a blast.

Away from its iconic theme parks, though, there is still plenty to do in Central Florida!

Canoeing at Wekiwa Springs was a favorite activity of mine as a kid and is a great way to experience a beautiful Florida spring without going far.

The Kennedy Space Center is about an hour away from downtown Orlando, and an incredible experience.

Looking for something closer to town?

Check out the Orlando Museum of Art or the Morse Museum of American Art during your East Coast city break!

50 Best Places to Visit on the East Coast

Best East Coast Vacation Spots

The East Coast offers vacationers a diverse selection of things to see and do, from secluded island resorts and sandy beaches to historic towns, family resorts, romantic tourist attractions, many different activities and unique places to go. Whether you are planning a romantic trip or a family vacation, you will find charming B&Bs, all-inclusive resorts and elegant hotels. Here is the list of East Coast vacation destinations and a brief summary of what they offer:

Maine is famous for its rugged coastal scenery, Acadia National Park, quaint fishing communities and historic towns.
Visit New Hampshire for spectacular fall foliage displays, great skiing in the winter, scenic drives, art galleries and museums.
Massachusetts is home to Boston where you will find amazing art, music, parks and restaurants. Relax on the sandy beaches of Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket which you can explore by bike to take in the wonderful scenery and fresh ocean air. Or check into a spa in the Berkshires to get pampered from head to toe.
In Rhode Island, you will find historic mansions, coastal hiking trails, pretty lighthouses, museums and scenic state parks.
Connecticut is an easy getaway from New York City, offering art galleries, outdoor events and festivals.

Visit New York City for great shopping, sports events, world-class museums, a diverse choice of hotels, activities and dining. Explore New York’s Hudson Valley, especially if you enjoy quiet country inns, antiquing and farm-to-table cuisine. Keep reading for more amazing places to visit on the East Coast.

New Jersey offers affordable vacation rentals along the shore but be sure to book early during the busy summer season.
Many visit Delaware for its tax-free shopping, state parks, museums and gardens like Winterthur.

Immerse yourself in history or visit the beaches in Maryland, a popular getaway from Washington D.C.
Virginia is home to beautiful mountains, famous attractions such as Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello, pretty towns and romantic inns.
Drive along the scenic Blue Ridge Parkway in North Carolina, tour the historic Biltmore Estate in Asheville, and visit unique museums.
South Carolina is known for its beaches, golf, scenic hiking trails and relaxing spa resorts.
Georgia offers a choice of sports, luxury, adventure and entertainment for the whole family.
Florida attracts visitors with its sandy beaches, plush resorts, secluded island hideaways and a diverse range of activities.

East Coast Cities to Visit: Portland, Maine

With an incredibly rich maritime history, tourists can learn all about Portland while roaming around the 86 foot tall museum and National Historic Landmark, the Portland Observatory. The fresh sea breeze and a view of ships coming in and out of the harbor can also be enjoyed at Commercial Street. For those who want to get out and explore the ocean and nearby islands, the sandy beaches and restaurants at the Islands of Casco Bay are a must see and a great way to escape the busy city. Meanwhile the Odyssey Whale Watch tour allows marine lovers to venture out and search for whales, sharks, dolphins, sea birds and sunfish on a fully-equipped ocean vessel.

Soak up some history on land at the Victoria Mansion, an Italian Villa style home built in the late 1850’s, which remains a true symbol of pre-civil war glamor and luxury. The Portland Museum of Art boasts a 17,000 piece collection with objects dating back to the 18th century, a treat for museum buffs. An unusual but exciting visit to the International Cryptozoology Museum will give you an up-close and personal look at hidden creatures like Big Foot, the Abominable Yeti and lake monsters along with unusual animals like the Komodo Dragon and the Coelacanth. Foodies will certainly enjoy the Maine Foodie Tours, led by passionate local food lovers, and the Allagash Brewing Company Tours where Belgian-style beer and ales are produced.

East Coast Cities: Providence, Rhode Island

There’s nothing quite as relaxing as a weekend getaway in the charming New England city of Providence. Explore the city via the Providence River with the guided tours on the Providence River Boat, or take a ride in an authentic Venetian gondola at La Gondola Providence. See what Providence has to offer in terms of nature at the Botanical Center at Roger Williams Park which houses 12,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor gardens, or at the Roger Williams Park Zoo, one of the nation’s oldest zoos with an award-winning conservation program and over 100 species of rare animals. For inquisitive minds, visitors can gain a greater understanding of the natural world through exhibits, displays and interactive presentations at the Museum of Natural History and Planetarium.

Oozing with culture and stunning performances, tourists can catch a Broadway show or other theatrical performances at the Providence Performing Arts Center or witness world-class premiers by the longest-standing resident acting companies in America, the Trinity Repertory Company. Take a walk through culinary history at the Culinary Arts Museum, home to over 250,000 culinary items and over 60,000 cookbooks. Visitors can also indulge their passion for literature in the Providence Athenaeum, a library founded in 1836 that is dedicated to the appreciation of books and all things literature related.

East Coast Cities: Norwalk, Connecticut

A quiet town in Fairfield County, Norwalk is the perfect place to escape the busy and sometimes stressful nature of big cities. On the top of the list of places to see is the eclectic neighborhood of SoNo, the South Norwalk Historic District, where the maritime nature of Norwalk can be enjoyed alongside trendy restaurants, stores, and other sightseeing attractions. One of these sightseeing attractions is the Maritime Aquarium, home to over 2,000 marine mammals and fish, a research vessel called the Oceanic, special exhibits and 3D simulation rides.

The Stepping Stones Museum for Children features hand-on and interactive exhibits designed to encourage children to learn, inquire, discover and explore, while the SoNo Switch Tower Museum showcases towers used by railroads and reveals the story of “Signal Station 44.” Take a trip back in time at the Lockwood-Mathews Mansion Museum, a second empire-style home built by LeGrand Lockwood in the 1860’s or visit one of the first restaurants in SoNo, Match. One excursion that should definitely not be missed is a trip to the Sheffield Island Lighthouse and Nature Trail where tourists can wander around the lighthouse and embark on a guided walk with the Norwalk Seaport Association’s Friends of the Norwalk Islands.

Princeton, New Jersey

One of the world’s most famous college towns on the EastCoast, there’s a lot of spectacular places to see in Princeton, New Jersey, many of which are inside the university grounds alone. The Princeton University Art Museum is regarded as one of the best small museums in the world with an impressive collection of over 92,000 art pieces. Cleveland Tower and the Princeton University Church are must-see iconic architectural features of Princeton University, while Nassau Hall, the administrative center of the university, is a historic landmark which housed soldiers during the American Revolution. Marvel at the Princeton Battle Monument, a 50 foot sculpture of General George Washington leading troops into battle, or spend a relaxing afternoon by Lake Carnegie, the main training ground of the Princeton rowing team.

Other fantastic sights and attractions in Princeton include the Morven Museum and Garden, an 18th century house built in 1750 by one of the signatories of the Declaration of Independence, Richard Stockton. Spend an afternoon exploring the site of one of the fiercest battles in the history of the American Revolution at Princeton Battlefield State Park and view war exhibits at the nearby Clarke House for a taste of 18th century history. Head to the Delaware and Raritan State Park for an active day of canoeing, hiking, cycling, jogging and more, or catch one of over 200 performances at the McCarter Theatre Center for the Performing Arts, one of the most active cultural centers in America established in 1930.

Best places to visit on the East Coast: Atlantic City, New Jersey

An exciting EastCoast weekend filled with fun activities can be found at the popular vacation destination of Atlantic City. Take advantage of Atlantic City’s incredible beaches and shoreline at the Steel Pier, one of the city’s most popular attractions featuring an amusement park with over 25 themed rides. Take a stroll along the sea side, feast on tasty treats or head out for a pub-crawl at the Atlantic City Boardwalk, which dates back to the 1870s. Head out into the water and view the city’s magnificent skyline with Bottlenose dolphins all around you on the Atlantic City Cruises, or take part in adrenaline pumping water sports at the Gardner’s Basin with Atlantic City Parasail. Better yet, get up close and personal with over 100 varieties of marine animals or watch and participate in sea shows and daily feedings at the Atlantic City Aquarium.

Curious minds will love a visit to the Pipe Organ Tour, a behind-the-scenes look at the world’s largest pipe organ at Boardwalk Hall built by the Midmer-Losh Organ Company in the 1930s. A stunning view of the city skyline can also be enjoyed at the Absecon Lighthouse, the tallest lighthouse in New Jersey and one of the oldest in the country. City recreation is best enjoyed at The Quarter at Tropicana, a little piece of Old Havana’s exotic culture in the heart of Atlantic City with world-class retail stores, gourmet restaurants, exciting nightlife and luxurious spas.

Boston, Massachusetts

A town steeped in rich history, Boston is home to some of the country’s best museums and most popular historic attractions. One of the ideal ways to start your exploration of the city is at Boston Common, the oldest park in the United States and the starting point of the Freedom Trail, a 2. 5 mile long trail of Boston’s most historically significant sites such as the Benjamin Franklin Statue and the Commonwealth Museum. The Old State House, also part of the Freedom Trail, allows visitors a glimpse into the dramatic events that paved the way for the American Revolution including the Boston Massacre and the drafting and signing of the Declaration of Independence. It is also the oldest surviving building in Boston.

History buffs with a love for American history can journey back 200 years to meet colonists of America, explore authentically restored ships and even dump tea overboard into the sea like the Sons of Liberty at the Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum. Tourists can also gain knowledge and learn about the life of the country’s 53rd president at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Museum and Library. Other notable museums and historical sites to visit include the Museum of African American History, the Faneuil Hall Historic Site, the USS Constitution Museum and the New England Holocaust Memorial. Of course, no visit to Boston is complete without a tour of “America’s Most Beloved Ballpark” and home to the Boston Red Sox, Fenway Park.

New Haven, Connecticut

A visit to the city of New Haven, home to Yale University, promises spectacular views and exceptional museums for all ages. One of the top places to see in New Haven is the Yale University Art Gallery, home to a spectacular collection of African sculptures, Italian paintings and American decorative arts among others. View the Gutenberg Bible, works by Benjamin Franklin, Goethe and Charles Dickens at one of the world’s largest buildings dedicated to rare books and manuscripts at the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library. Venture into the history of the earth at the Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History and see the famous Great Hall of Dinosaurs, the Age of Reptiles and the mounted Brontosaurus. Meanwhile, the Yale Center for British Art houses the largest collection of British Art outside of the United Kingdom.

Recreational activities like hiking and bicycling can be enjoyed at the East Rock Park alongside excellent views of New Haven, Long Island and the Long Island Sound. History and relaxation come together at the New Haven Green, a historic park in New Haven and the central square for one of the original Puritan colonists, John Brockett. One of the city’s most unique activities is found at the Carousel at Lighthouse Point Park. The carousel itself dates back to the 1920s and features two chariots and 70 figures all being led by a depiction of George Washington.

East Coast Travel Destinations: Albany, New York

Immerse yourself in American history, art and culture at the gorgeous city of Albany starting with a 60 minute tour of the New York State Capitol, home of the New York State Legislature. Explore and walk around a complex of state government buildings like the Cultural Education Center, the Robert Adams Building for Law and Justice and the Swan Street Building at the Governor Nelson A. Rockefeller Empire State Plaza. Visitors looking for a taste of Albany’s performing arts scene can catch world-class performances in the Kitty Carlisle Hart and Lewis A. Swyer Theaters of The Egg Performing Arts Center or visit the Austrian Baroque-style interiors of the historic Palace Theatre.

For museum buffs, wander through over 300,000 square feet of exhibit space and fantastic collections exploring the cultural and natural diversity of the state at the New York State Museum or venture into a destroyer escort ship on the Hudson River that served in the U.S. and Greek Navy at the USS Slater. For a unique and enjoyable heritage experience, visit the Albany Heritage Area Visitors Center, an old watering pump station that is now home to the Albany information center, a museum and a planetarium. Head to Washington Park, one of the most beautiful parks in the region with over 100 species of trees, or the Albany Pine Bush Reserve, a 3,200 acre natural preserve for a rare inland Pine Barrens eco system, for an afternoon of hiking, jogging or strolling.

Best places to visit on the East Coast: Montauk, Long Island

With a small population of 3,000, the quaint and idyllic hamlet of Montauk in Long Island offers great activities perfect for a quick and luxurious weekend getaway. Among the top places to visit is the Montauk Point Lighthouse, the country’s fourth oldest active lighthouse which offers picturesque views of Montauk from the eastern tip of Long Island. A trip to the Deep Hollow Ranch allows visitors to take a horseback tour of over 3,000 acres of preserved countryside and pristine beaches led by true blue cowboys and cowgirls. Spend a weekend relaxing at the Montauk Yacht Club, an 80 year old beach resort on Star Island that boasts comfort and timeless elegance, or head to Sail Montauk and take a cruise on the only U.S. Coast Guard certified passenger vessel in the area, the S/V Mon Tiki.

Hop on a boat and reel in tuna, sea bass, marlins and more at Double D Charter’s for the ultimate sport fishing experience. However, for visitors who are looking for a more relaxed experience of Montauk’s natural wonders, a trip to the Shadmoor State Park offers unbeatable views of the Atlantic Ocean and over 2,400 feet of beach to picnic, fish or sunbathe at. The biodiversity of the Hither Hills State Park is perfect for hunting, fishing and biking, while the Camp Hero State Park, a former military base, features an other-worldly and undisturbed landscape with spectacular trails leading to the ocean coast.

Hilton Head, South Carolina

There’s an exciting array of activities to take part in on the small island of Hilton Head, one of which is taking a dip or cooling off under a beach umbrella at the largest and most popular beach in the area, Coligny Beach Park. A short boat ride away in between Savannah, Georgia and Hilton Head, South Carolina, is the small Daufuskie Island, a historic district known for its role in the Civil War and its original inhabitants, the Gullahs. Maximize the best that Hilton Head’s coast has to offer at h3O Sports, a premier water sport destination with parasailing, paddle boarding, Jet Ski and sailboat rentals, kayaks and more in their repertoire of activities or visit the Live Oac Outdoor Adventure Company to experience the island’s diverse marine life firsthand in their natural habitats.

Explore mysterious forests, secluded lakes or traverse walkways suspended over crocodile infested swamps at the Sea Pines Forest Preserve. Coincidentally, the preserve is home to an ancient ceremonial plaza known as the Indian Shell Ring, used by nomadic Indians roughly 4,000 years ago. Other forest activities include a trip to the Pinckney Island National Wildlife Refuge, which features 14 miles of trails, and ZipLine Hilton Head, where tourists can soar amongst enormous oak and pine trees at 75 feet in the air.

Outdoor Vacations: Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

Situated along the gorgeous coast lines of South Carolina, Myrtle Beach is a haven for beach and nature lovers alike. Natural attractions at Myrtle Beach are spectacular and the ocean view can best be enjoyed at the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk and Promenade while meandering through the dozens of shops, restaurants, cafes and arcades along its 1.2 mile ocean front walkway. To enjoy an unbeatable view of the area, take an exhilarating ride on the 187 foot tall Myrtle Beach SkyWheel. Be one with nature and explore nature trails while camping out or renting a cabin at the Myrtle Beach State Park, home to several miles of maritime forest and a fantastic beach. For families ready to take a walk on the wild side, the Wild Encounter guided walking tour at the Myrtle Beach Safari will take visitors through the 50 acre wildlife preserve to interact with animals living wild outside the confines of cages.

There’s tons of high energy activities to take part in at Myrtle Beach as well. Get an adrenaline rush at one of the 27 rides at the Family Kingdom Amusement Park. The Pavilion Park and Backstage Mirror Maze are also exciting options to visit with the family. Don’t forget to get to visit attractions like the Ripley’s Wax Museum, Legends in Concert or Broadway 17 at Broadway at the Beach, and check out a collection of over 100 restored classic cars at Wheels of Yesteryear.

Virginia Beach

Jam packed with activities for avid travelers, Virginia Beach is home to several parks, great tours and lovely museums. On the top of the list of places to see is the Virginia Beach Boardwalk, which spans over 3 miles and is the heart and soul of the community. No visit to Virginia Beach is complete without a trip to one of a handful of its parks including the surf community’s favorite beach, the Little Island Park. The First Landing State Park is the most visited park in the region and boasts the best view of Chesapeake Bay while the False Cape State Park is one of the last remaining undeveloped locations of the Atlantic Coast and perfect for hiking, camping and kayaking trips. Don’t miss out on the Sandbridge Beach and Lake Lawson either.

Awesome tour options in the area are the Rudee Flipper Dolphin Tours, the longest running dolphin cruise in the region. Museum aficionados can explore and learn about contemporary art in over 6,000 square feet of exhibition space at the Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art or wander the largest collection of military aircrafts from both World Wars in the world at the Military Aviation Museum. Swing by the Virginia Aquarium and Marine Center to meet and interact with over 12,000 animals from various habitats.

Miami, Florida

One of the top tourist destinations in the United States, Miami, is a fantastic city to visit for a quick weekend getaway. South Beach is arguably the hottest place to be in Miami and is home to the state’s rich and famous and stands out thanks to its long sandy beaches and crystal clear waters. Experience the bohemian charm of the oldest community in Miami and pay a visit to dozens of sunny sidewalk cafes at the peaceful bayside village of Coconut Grove. An intimate wildlife experience and hands-on guided tour at the Zoological Wildlife Foundation will introduce animal lovers to rare and endangered animals in captivity and in the wild, while bird lovers will marvel at Jungle Island’s impressive array of birds and other animals from around the globe within a contemporary and interactive setting.

Head to the hub of Miami culture at the Wynwood Art District, which is home to over 70 art galleries and boasts the most vibrant and eclectic art scene in the city. Meanwhile, a more laid back approach to art is offered at Painting with a Twist, where visitors can sip on their choice of drinks while learning how to paint under the expert tutelage of entertaining instructors. Make sure to pay a visit to the home of the Miami Heat basketball team, the AmericanAirlines Arena, then head to Shallow Tails Fishing Trips for high energy sports fishing trips at Biscayne Bay, the Flamingo Everglades and more.

Baltimore, MD

Baltimore offers both young and old a great variety of attractions. A good place for first-timers to start their visit is at the Baltimore Inner Harbor where you can get a city overview from the Top of the World observation deck at the World Trade Center and visit the National Aquarium, the Historic Ships in Baltimore Maritime Museum and the interactive Maryland Science Center. There is a long list of historic sites you can visit including the B&O Railroad Museum and historic Fell’s Point, which is chock-full of 18th and 19th century architecture. The Walters Art Museum is a must for art lovers, and children will enjoy the Port Discovery Children’s Museum and Maryland Zoo.

Savannah, Georgia

Savannah is a gem of Southern hospitality and a truly magnificent place to visit. The river front city is rich with history being home to places like Old Fort Jackson, one of the oldest brick fortifications in the country and the headquarters of the Confederate forces during the Civil War, and the Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace, the first Registered National Historic Landmark in the city. The Savannah Historic District, established in 1733, is filled with awe inspiring Gothic, Greek and Georgian revival buildings as well as historic mansions, parks and fountains. The Savannah Waterfront itself is brimming with historical value as it was filled with cotton warehouses in the early 1800s then was abandoned for over 100 years when the yellow-fever epidemic hit the city.

Ship and maritime history lovers can examine memorabilia of 18th and 19th century ships at the Ship of the Sea Maritime Museum, which interestingly enough is housed in the home of one of the owners of the ‘Savannah’, the first steamship to cross the Atlantic Ocean. Forsyth Park, located in the heart of the city, is a local favorite for leisure activities and a great place to get some jogging in. Animal lovers can get to know the marine animals that live along the Georgia coast at The University of Georgia Aquarium, while first time visitors to the city will definitely want to take part in the Savannah Taste Experience Food Tours — the best way to learn what Southern food and hospitality is all about.

Charleston, South Carolina

Explore historical attractions, gorgeous views and entertainment hubs in Charleston, the oldest city in South Carolina. Immerse yourself in the history of African-Americans at one of the oldest restored plantations in the South, the Magnolia Plantation and Gardens. Other historical jewels in the city include the Edmondston-Alston House, a home built in 1825 that still retains many of its original family items, the Nathaniel Russell House Museum, circa 1808, and Drayton Hall, an 18th century plantation. The city is also home to the Charleston Museum, the first ever museum established in the United States which was founded in 1773 and to this day remains dedicated to preserving the natural and cultural history of Charleston. At the end of your trip through history, shop for great bargains and delicious treats at one of the oldest public markets in the country, the Charleston City Market.

Watch an enthralling performance at the Charleston Music Hall, a former passenger station for the South Carolina Railroad, or laugh out loud at original performances by upcoming comedians at Theatre 99. To get a taste of the best that South Carolina’s world-renowned cuisine has to offer in terms of food, heritage and culture, head to the Charleston Culinary Tours. Visit the top attractions of the South Carolina Aquarium like the Great Ocean Tank, the rare albino alligator and the Sea Turtle Hospital, for an interactive experience with the whole family, or people watch and enjoy the scenery at the Waterfront Park.

Unique Places to Stay

Mohonk Mountain House

An award winning resort situated near the Catskill Mountains in New Paltz, the Mohonk Mountain House offers couples and families alike an idyllic vacation and respite from the noise of the city. The resort is located in a Victorian castle that was built in 1869 and features an old-world charm within four furnished rooms and three kinds of suites while still offering world-class amenities. Sample delectable offerings from the resort’s restaurant, sip on drinks at the Carriage Lounge or retreat to The Spa for a thoroughly relaxing and serene range of spa treatments and activities. A complimentary Kid’s Club is available to children and exposes the youngsters to exciting activities like canoeing, hiking and scavenger hunts.

Castle Hotel and Spa

Just a short drive north of Manhattan and sitting magnificently at the top of Westchester County, is the Castle Hotel and Spa. With a rich century-old history dating back to America’s Gilded Age, the hotel is nestled within acres of gorgeously manicured gardens and boasts an impressive view of the Hudson River. Lavish guest rooms are equipped with wood-burning fireplaces and grand amenities, making it a favorite vacation destination amongst celebrities and dignitaries alike. Savor a meal at Equus, the Castle Hotel and Spa’s award-winning restaurant, or retreat to the brand new THANN Sanctuary Spa for holistic therapies and treatments.

Buttermilk Falls Inn

Situated in a remarkable 75 acre estate along the Hudson River, the Buttermilk Falls Inn is a relaxing destination for any occasion. Built in 1764, the Inn’s main house has ten uniquely decorated rooms, each of which enjoys a stunning view of the river or gardens. Additionally, Buttermilk Falls Inn offers four beautiful guesthouses and a repurposed barn with eight additional cottages, each with its own breathtaking panorama and private outdoor spaces. Delight in the farm-to-table cuisine offered at the inn’s restaurant or explore the adjacent Millstone Farm, orchard, aviary, apiary or Buttermilk’s livestock barns for a unique and enjoyable afternoon. The eco-friendly Buttermilk Spa is also available for the perfect addition to a weekend getaway.

Lands End Inn

Found on the top of Gull Hill in Provincetown, Lands End Inn is rich with history and provides visitors with the chance to escape the tiresome grind of everyday life. Lands End Inn features eighteen grand and richly decorated guest rooms with an unparalleled view of the ocean and unique themes. Guests are invited to kick-off the day with a healthy and tasty breakfast before spending hours unwinding at the beach or exploring the downtown area. Strategically located in Provincetown, the inn is also just a stone’s throw away from popular tourist attractions with the local art scene being a particular favorite among many of the inn’s previous visitors.

East Coast Gem (16 days/15 nights)

New York — Washington — Philadelphia — Atlantic City — New York — Newport — Cape Cod — Plymouth — Boston — Cambridge — Salem — Lake George — Niagara Falls — New York York

Tour cost: on request (price depends on the number of people and season)

Tour dates: daily

Tour program:

Day 1 — arrival in New York. Meeting at the airport. Transfer to the hotel. Hotel accommodation. Relaxation. nine0005

Day 2 Full NYC City Tour with Top of the Rock (6 hours)

NYC City Sightseeing Tour — City Sights, History, Architecture, Monuments, Famous Streets, parks, squares and avenues. The tour program is designed for the most complete sense of the style and rhythm of the business center of the world, immersion in the history and culture that New York is rich in. The main objects of the tour: Rockefeller Center, Times Square and theatrical Broadway; 5th Avenue and the Empire State Building. nine0005

In Downtown — the famous Wall Street — with the building of the New York Stock Exchange. Central Park, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Lincoln Center. Chinatown, Battery Park, overlooking the Statue of Liberty, the site of the September 11 tragedy «Ground Zero» and much more. During the tour — interesting facts and numerous information on the history, art, architecture and culture of the United States.

During the tour, climb to the observation deck of the Rockefeller Center — Top of the Rock.

Also, for those who wish, we can offer a helicopter flight over New York. It is paid additionally. nine0033

In the evening — for those who wish — a visit to one of the famous Broadway musicals (for an additional fee).

Day 3 Tour to SoHo, Greenwich Village and Little Italy (4 hours) — semi-walking.

We invite you to see the bohemian districts of New York. In local cafes and restaurants you can meet writers, musicians, and artists.

SoHo is known for its 19th century cast iron buildings, many galleries, shops, cafes, restaurants and hotels, and is popular with tourists. If we draw an analogy with Russia, the Russian Soho is the Arbat. nine0005

In Greenwich Village, many of the streets are crooked, narrow and intersect at sharp angles. Residents of Greenwich Village still stand out for their liberal lifestyle and pride in their history, sometimes calling the rest of New York north of 14th Street «the countryside» (upstate). Here are the homes of many celebrities such as Julianne Moore, Liv Tyler, Uma Thurman, Philip Seymour Hoffman. Greenwich Village is a green area. In the center of the district is the famous park on Washington Square (Washington Square Park), around which the educational buildings of New York University are concentrated. The Village is home to many off-Broadway (Off-Broadway and Off-Off-Broadway) theatres, jazz clubs, comedy clubs, and the Greenwich Village Orchestra. nine0005

Little Italy — a former area of ​​residence of immigrants from Italy. During the Great Depression, many famous mafiosi lived here. The quarter has been featured in several Hollywood films, including the famous The Godfather 2. In the post-war period, the Little Italy quarter underwent Sinicization. The Little Italy neighborhoods east and west of Mulberry Street are gradually becoming part of Chinatoon, and the section north of Broome Street has been given the unofficial name of NoLita (an acronym for «north of Little Italy»). nine0005

In the evening — for those who wish — an evening cruise on the Hudson with dinner (for an additional fee).

Day 4 – Check out from the hotel. Departure from New York with a guide to Washington. On the way — interesting information on the history and sights of the states through which the path to the US capital runs: New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, and also Virginia.

Upon arrival in Washington, start a sightseeing tour of the city. nine0004 We stop at the most famous buildings of the capital. The majestic Capitol is the seat of the US Congress and the architectural complex of Capitol Hill with the Library of Congress. The White House is the residence of the President of the country with monuments and avenues surrounding it. Embassy Road — Embassy Row, where the embassies of foreign countries are located.

After lunch check-in at the hotel. Free time.

In the evening we leave for a short excursion «Washington in the evening lights». nine0004 You will see the Lincoln, Jefferson, Roosevelt, Korean and Vietnam Memorials. The spire of the George Washington Memorial reflected in the water is an unforgettable sight. During the evening tour, we drive through the lively, walking Georgetown, and also examine the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts — also a kind of memorial.

Day 5 – Check out from the hotel. Continued acquaintance with the city. Visiting Arlington Memorial Cemetery, observing the solemn ceremony of changing the guard at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, visiting the grave of President Kennedy, viewing monuments and memorials in the cemetery. Acquaintance with Washington would not be complete without acquaintance with the main museums — the unique collections of the National Art Gallery and the Museum of Cosmonautics — the most visited museum in the world. nine0005

Moving to Philadelphia. Acquaintance with the historical birthplace of the statehood of the United States. Liberty Bell, Independence Hall, Old City, the oldest street in the USA. Visit to the museum of the great French sculptor O. Rodin.

Hotel accommodation.

Day 6 – Check out from the hotel. Visit DuPont Gardens — one of the best landscape gardening ensembles in the USA, with its greenhouses and fountains, waterfalls, gardens and glades, as well as the famous «conservatory» with «hanging gardens». nine0003 Moving to Atlantic City. We invite you to visit a city in the northeast of the USA, in the state of New Jersey, famous for its casinos, gambling, sandy beaches, shopping centers and excellent views of the Atlantic Ocean.

You will walk along the embankment, visit the best hotels of Atlantic City, play in the casino.

Return to New York.

Day 7 Ethnic Brooklyn Tour with Brighton Beach Walk (4 hours)

We will pick you up from your hotel in Manhattan, drive you across the Brooklyn Bridge and enter the most cosmopolitan quarter, where different cultures and traditions are mixed.

Brooklyn has many different neighborhoods filled with their own attractions and unique atmosphere. In the south of Brooklyn is the Russian district of Brighton Beach, where only Russian is heard and all signs are in Russian. We will walk along it, we will get to the embankment.

Optionally, you can have lunch in a Ukrainian restaurant.

In the evening — for those who wish — a visit to one of the famous Broadway musicals (for an additional fee).

Day 8 Shopping day. Drive to Woodbury Common shopping centre. A trip to the famous Woodbury Common Premium Outlets is a holiday for those who follow fashion and, at the same time, take responsibility for their budget. With over 220 stores offering incredible discounts all year round, you can save even more during the holidays. The shopping center is located at a distance of approximately eighty kilometers from the central part of Manhattan. The trip lasts 8 hours, of which you can spend at least five in the shops. nine0005

Day 9 — Check out from the hotel. Departure from New York towards Newport (about 4 hours on the way).

We invite you to visit the most beautiful and rich in history city of Newport. This city is located in the state of Rhode Island. Rhode Island is the smallest and richest state in America. Currently attracting tourists as a popular summer holiday destination, Newport is also known for its villas — Newport Mansion.

Beginning in the mid-nineteenth century, wealthy Southern planters sought to escape the heat by building summer mansions in Newport. At the turn of the 20th century, many of the country’s richest families spent their summers in Newport, including the Vanderbilts, Astors, and Wideners, who built huge, luxurious mansions. Many of the houses were designed in New York by the architect Richard Hunt, who himself had a house in Newport. Today, many mansions continue to be privately owned. Some of them are open to tourists. nine0005

Newport is home to Salv Regina Catholic University and a US Navy base that houses a training center, a naval academy and a submarine base. During the administrations of Presidents Eisenhower and Kennedy was one of the summer residences of the President of the United States.

As part of the tour, you will be able to visit two of the best palaces of American billionaires, the magnificence of which amazes the guests of the city. We will visit the colonial part of Newport, take a walk along the old harbor and the old quarter. We will see restored churches and buildings and much more …! nine0005

Next transfer to Cape Code (1:30 on the way). Cape Cod is a peninsula in the northeastern United States, 120 km from Boston, the easternmost point of Massachusetts. The peninsula was for many centuries the home of the Wampanoag Indian tribe, which helped the pilgrims who arrived in the fall of 1620 survive and founded the Plymouth Colony. Cape Cod is the summer resort of the American elite. Overnight at the hotel.

Day 10 Check out from the hotel. Moving to Plymouth City (time 45 minutes). The city of Plymouth was founded in 1620 on the shores of Cape Cod, is the oldest European settlement in New England and one of the oldest in the United States.

For numerous tourists, Plymouth is the first settlement in New England. Numerous museums of the city are connected with this, demonstrating the history of the first settlements in different plans. These are classic museums that provide visitors with the most significant information about the events of the early 17th century in New England, as well as «open-air museums». The latter include the famous Plymouth Plantation project — a historical and ethnographic complex that includes, in addition to the stationary exhibition, two recreated settlements: a settlement of colonists of the 17th century and a settlement of Indians of the same times. nine0005

You will visit the Mayflower ship, which was recreated in detail, on which the discoverers sailed in 1620, the village of Pilgrim, founded by the first English colonists, and the nearby Indian village of the Wampanoag tribe.

After a tour of Plymouth transfer to Boston (about 1 hour on the way). On arrival sightseeing tour. Acquaintance with the historical part of the city, a walking tour along the landmark «Path of the Revolution». Stop at the famous Quincy Market. We will admire the architectural ensembles of the city, such as Copley square, panoramas of bridges and embankments, the grandeur of cathedrals. We will visit the Christian Science complex — the world center of the Christian Science Church. nine0005

Hotel accommodation.

Day 11 — Check out from the hotel. Tour of Cambridge. Having moved across the Charles River, we find ourselves in the student city of Cambridge, where we will visit the world-famous Harvard University. Let’s take a walking tour of the university campus. And those who dream of studying at this university will touch the hands of the bronze Harvard.

After tour transfer to Salem (about 45 minutes).

Salem is one of the oldest cities in New England, the settlement was founded by fishermen in 1626 southwest of the Cape Ann Peninsula. Named after Jerusalem. Old Salem was known for the severity of his Puritan ways. The most striking manifestation of Puritan intolerance was the massacre of «witches» perpetrated by local residents. In the 18th and 19th centuries Salem was New England’s largest center of maritime trade and shipbuilding. During conflicts with England, it became the center of marque activity. A serious blow to his well-being was caused by the severance of trade ties with Britain and an extremely narrow harbor. Today, the city has developed tourism, in addition, Salem State College, the largest public college in the state, is located in Salem. nine0005

Transfer to Lake George area (4 hours on the way). Accommodation at the hotel for the night.

Day 12 – Jodge lake vacation. Lake George is the “queen of American lakes”, you will find a cruise on the lake, a panorama of the ancient fort, a museum — the Hyde collection.

Day 13 Check out from the hotel. Transfer to Niagara Falls (5-6 hours on the way). Upon arrival, stop at Niagara Park, on the banks of the Niagara River. An unforgettable experience from the day and night contemplation of the Waterfalls. The first acquaintance with the miracle of nature — Niagara Falls. Walk, viewing platforms. Transfer to the hotel. Accommodation. After a short rest — visit to the Waterfalls, evening panoramas. Niagara in the lights of illumination. nine0005

Day 14 — Check out from the hotel. Continuation of the tour of the Niagara Reserve. Goat Island, panoramas of the Niagara River. In the warm season, during the season of navigation, an unforgettable cruise along the Niagara River, under the Falls, is offered. It is also possible to visit the Cave of the Winds, if desired (pass through the cave to the foot of the cliff, to the place where the powerful stream of Niagara water fell, payment on the spot). Depending on time and weather availability, it is possible to visit the Indian settlement and Fort Niagara (not guaranteed). Way back through New York State. nine0003 Return to New York. Hotel accommodation.

Day 15 — Free day in New York to relax.

Day 16 — Check out from the hotel. Airport transfer. Flight home.

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Recreation centers in Bashkiria, prices for 2022, camp sites in winter and summer

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  • Next to the Kapovaya cave
  • of the Yumaguzinsky reservoir
  • for the New Year
  • On the Zilim River
  • in the village of Tolparovo
  • for the city of Salavat
  • in the Muradymovsky groov hunting
  • with accommodation in Yurts
  • in Yangantau Geopark
  • Meleuz city
  • Oktyabrsky city
  • Gafury district
  • Krasnousolsk hotels
  • Uchalinsky district
  • village Ilmurzino (from Ufa: 35 km)

    Ilmurzino Recreation Park

    Double from 1750 per person

    lake Kandy-Kul

    Recreation center «Sail»

    2-seaterfrom 500 per person

    Yumaguzinskoye reservoir, Belaya river

    Recreation center Yumaguzino FISH

    4-seaterfrom 1500 per person

    50 km from Ufa (from Ufa: 50 km)

    Recreation center Beliy Bereg

    4-seater from 1250 per person

    Pavlovsk reservoir

    Recreation center Bashkir ark house on the shore

    4-bed from 875 per person

    Ishimbaysky district (from Ufa: 140 km)

    Recreation center Shikhany, Sterlitamak

    Double from 700 per person

    Gafury district, Sofyino village

    Recreation center White Lake

    5-seaterfrom 1000 per person

    near the sanatorium Krasnousolsk (from Ufa: 140 km)

    Zhemchuzhina Hotel

    Double from 1200 per person

    Murat Tugai recreation area (from Ufa: 330 km)

    Akbuzat recreation center

    double from 800 per person

    Nugush reservoir

    Hotel Nugush

    Double from 1500 per person

    Pavlovsk reservoir (Pavlovka village)

    Recreation center «Utes»

    6-seaterfrom 833 per person

    Pavlovsk reservoir, Nurimanovsky district (Pavlovka village) (from Ufa: 120 km)

    Recreation center Bashkirskaya Ritsa

    Double from 375 per person

    near Mount Iremel

    Guest houses in Tyulyuk

    5-seaterfrom 240 per person

    Cordon of the Shulgan-tash reserve Locality: Morat-tugai (from Ufa: 360 km)

    Tourist recreation center «At Kapova»

    2-bed from 250 per person

    Kapova cave

    Guest houses in the Reserve Shulgan-tash

    2-bed from 200 per person

    Kaginskoe reservoir (from Ufa: 270 km)

    Hostel Sukhov Key

    Double from 1170 per person

    Pavlovsk reservoir, Karaidel district (Berdyash village)

    Recreation center Three minnows

    2-seaterfrom 2200 per person

    Nugush reservoir (from Ufa: 260 km)

    Ethnopark INAYA

    4-seater from 600 per person

    Pavlovsk reservoir (Krasny Klyuch village)

    Recreation center Krasny Klyuch, Pavlovka

    from per person


    Nugush reservoir (from Ufa: 240 km)

    Guest house Voyage

    4-bed from 500 per person

    Zilim river, Gafury district

    Recreation center Park Zilim

    8-seater from 500 per person

    Osetrovsky pond (from Ufa: 270 km)

    Recreation center Osetrovsky pond

    double from 1000 per person nine0005

    Pavlovsk reservoir, village Novoyansaitovo (Karaidel district)

    Recreation center Three Bears

    Double from 1000 per person

    Nugush reservoir (from Ufa: 260 km)

    Tourist base «Dubrava» on Nugush

    2-seater from 950 per person

    15 km. from Sterlitamak, Mount Kush-Tau (Shikhany) (from Ufa: 120 km)

    Recreation center «Alga»

    2-seater from 1000 per person

    Ryabinovy ​​Guest House

    from per person


    Nugush reservoir (from Ufa: 250 km)

    Recreation center Robinson, Nugush

    4-seater from 875 per person

    village Bainazarovo (from Ufa: 330 km)

    Tourist parking Ologuzhan

    from per person


    Tourist base Aral

    from per person



    Aigir Mountain Shelter

    Double from 1250 per person

    Nugush reservoir

    Floating house Ark

    8-seater from 1000 per person

    Pavlovsk reservoir (Krasny Klyuch village)

    Skazka active recreation center

    4-seater from 625 per person

    Beloretsk district, 80 km. from Beloretsk, on the bank of the Belaya River (from Ufa: 290 km)

    Recreation center Agidel, Beloretsky district

    Double from 600 per person

    Gafury district (from Ufa: 140 km)

    Tabyn hostel

    10-bed from 500 per person

    Nugush reservoir

    Guest houses on Beregovoy

    4-bed from 125 per person

    Nugush reservoir

    Guest house «TATYANA»

    Double from 500 per person

    Tirlyanskoe reservoir, Inzerskie gears (from Ufa: 290 km)

    Hotel Sudovaya Gora

    3-bed from 500 per person

    Lukomorye in Ufa

    Double from 150 per person

    before reaching the substation (from Ufa: 39 km)

    Recreation center Berloga

    6-seaterfrom 1495 per person

    20 km. from Ufa (towards the village of Chishma) (from Ufa: 20 km)

    Recreation center Voskhod

    3-seater from 1500 per person

    Dema highway, on the bank of the Dema river

    Recreation center (Eco-hotel) Lel

    double from 1950 per person

    on the bank of the Olkhovak river, stop Mashzavod

    Recreation center Voronye Gnezdo

    6-seater from 1667 per person

    village Kazmashevo (from Ufa: 340 km)

    Guest house Taktakosh

    4-seater from 375 per person

    Yumaguzinsky reservoir, Kugarchinsky district (from Ufa: 260 km)

    Recreation center Bashkirskaya village

    Double from 1000 per person


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