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Known by some as the southern capital of Russia, Krasnodar was founded by the Cossacks in 1794. Originally known as Yekaterinodar (Catherine's gift), it was renamed after the Second World War and its new name of Krasnodar means 'Beautiful Gift'.
Krasnodar flights land at Pashkovsky Airport. There are no direct Krasnodar flights from the UK but it is possible to get a flight to Krasnodar from Stansted with a transfer in Istanbul. The flight will take around four hours from the UK or other Russian cities offer cheap Krasnodar flights so you can easily make Krasnodar part of a multi-centred Russian adventre. There are also direct flights from Turkey and Germany. Pashkovsky Airport is around fifteen miles from the city but there are regular buses that do the journey and taxis are also plentiful.
Getting around the city is very easy as there are plenty of options. There are trams, buses, taxis and boats. There are also 'marshrutkas' which are a mix between a taxi and a mini bus. Most forms of transport are cheap but get very busy during rush hour. The other alternative is to choose the car hire Krasnodar provides. This allows for more independent travel.
Krasnaya Street is considered to be the most interesting in the city. This is where the most popular shops, eateries and cafes are located as well as the Aleksandrovsky Triumphal Arch. This is the best place to book hotels in Krasnodar. Other interesting places are the State Arts Museum, St.Catherine's Cathedral, the circus, as well as the theatre and park named after Maxim Gorky.