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Capital of the Siberian Republic of Sakha and quite possibly the coldest city on Earth, Yakutsk may not be an immediately obvious holiday destination. Yet this winter wonderland offers you an abundance of natural beauty and a world of adventure and with many cheap Yakutsk hotels available, it's the perfect destination if you're looking for a unique holiday experience far from the beaten track.
Yakutsk flights are served by the Yakutsk International Airport, which is a thirty-minute bus ride from the city centre. Cheap flights to Yakutsk will usually include at least one stopover, typically in Moscow, and should take just under 10 hours from the UK. If you book early you are most likely to get the best deal on flight prices, but it's often possible to find some last minute cheap Yakutsk flights.
The bus is the primary form of public transport in Yakutsk and the service is both frequent and affordable. Budget holidaymakers looking to make the most of the region, however, may prefer to arrange cheap Yakutsk car hire before you head off. Again, for the best deal it's always wise to book early, ideally immediately after arranging your cheap Yakutsk flights.
If you're there during the summer months, the Ysyakh Festival is a celebration of traditional sport, arts and folk music that is not to be missed. And no trip to Yakutsk is complete without a visit to one of its several leading cryogenics museums. At the Mammoth Museum on Kulakovskovo you can actually see the head of a woolly mammoth preserved from the Ice Age.