Tourists who go on a sightseeing tour of Kazan are deeply impressed by its inherent combination of religions and cultures, respect for traditions, and striving for novelty. The Kazan Kremlin, a symbol and embodiment of the history of the city, is in the first place among the attractions: an excursion of it with an experienced personal guide usually takes half a day and includes a tour of such monuments as the Syuyumbike Tower, the Kul-Sharif Mosque, the Spasskaya Passage Tower, the Presidential Palace, the Vvedenskaya Church, Cathedral of the Annunciation and the Transfiguration Monastery. After visiting the Kazan Kremlin, the turn of other architectural and cultural monuments comes:
- Alexandrovsky Passage;
- the Farmers' Palace (1001guide recommends admiring it in the evening when the lights come on);
- Shamil house;
- Ushkova house;
- Millennium Park;
- The Kremlin Embankment and the Millennium Bridge;
- Bauman streets: it is worth going on it not only for a walk, but also for a guided gastronomic tour, since the best cafes and restaurants are here.