Fishing Village in Kaliningrad

Fishing Village in Kaliningrad

Fishing Village in Kaliningrad
Fishing village in Kaliningrad 

Ethnographic and handicraft center Rybnaya Derevnya is one of the most popular and interesting places in Kaliningrad. This landmark has existed for a relatively short time - construction began in 2006. Today the Fishing Village includes 14 objects.

In Rybnaya Derevny everything reminds of the times when Kaliningrad was still the pre-war Konigsberg. Locals and tourists alike enjoy being photographed against the backdrop of Gothic towers and castles. Read this article of Museum of the World Ocean in Kaliningrad

There are hotels, restaurants and cafes, souvenir shops and Jewelry stores, its own river station, sports and entertainment and tourist centers. It is also worth climbing the observation towers. For example, the Lighthouse tower offers a panoramic view of the city. By the way, there is an art gallery in Mayak. Well, if you want to take a break, you can go to a local coffee shop. 

It is very pleasant to walk around the Rybnaya village. Many years ago fishermen lived on these streets. That is why the area is designed in the architectural style of the German fish market. Everything here reminds of the times when Kaliningrad was still the pre-war Konigsberg. Locals and tourists enjoy taking pictures the backdrop of Gothic towers and castles, neat German streets, antique benches and lanterns. 

In Rybnaya Derevny you can ride a pleasure boat on the Pregola River. Königsberg Cathedral in Kaliningrad

The drawbridge across the Pregolya River leading to the Fish Village can be safely called a separate attraction. Kaliningraders believe that this is one of the most romantic places in the city. Couples in love often make appointments and stroll here. 

The modern drawbridge is based on the pillars of the Imperial Bridge, built in 1905. During the Great Patriotic War in 1945, the Kaiser-Brücke was destroyed. 

The address of the Fish Village is Oktyabrsky Island, Oktyabrskaya Street, 8. 



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