Hotels, motels and where to sleep
Restaurant, taverns and where to eat
Cultural (and not so cultural) events
Interesting information and useful tips
Description of Shuya
Shuya is located in the Ivanovo region. For two
hundred years, the Shuya princes owned the Shuya, the most famous of
which was Vasily Shuisky. Historically, Shuya was the center of the
soap and textile industry. Therefore, apparently, the city emblem is
a yellow bar of soap on a red background.
How to get there
From Moscow (Domodedovo Airport)
to Ivanov (Yuzhny Airport) by plane.
There is a
high-speed train “Lastochka” from Moscow from the Kursk railway
station through Vladimir (twice a day, early in the morning and late
in the evening, it takes about three hours on the way). There is
also a train passing (Ufa - St. Petersburg or Samara - St.
Petersburg), stands at Shuya station for 5 minutes.
From Moscow. 1st option - through Vladimir - Ivanovo. The road
Vladimir - Ivanovo is overloaded, and the passage through Ivanovo is
Option 2 - through Vladimir - Kameshkovo. This
path is calmer, more interesting and not much longer.
From Shchelkovo railway station there
are regular flights: daily 06:45, 09:00, 11:00, 13:30, 16:00, 18:30,
19:40, 21:45, 22:45 Fri, Sun 23:45 Yuzha (stops in Shuya): every day
at 10:30 on an even 20:40 To Ivanov, buses run almost every hour.
Check on the site Schelkovskogo bus station.
City transport - buses run regularly, often, until 22-00. After
walking, but less. Taxis are also available at reasonable prices
(849351 - 3-13-13, for example).
Hotel "Golden Lion" Zolotoy
Lev, st. Anikin, 7A (in the northern part of the city). ☎ +7 (49351)
3-32-21. Economy: 450 rubles per person, double room with amenities:
1800 rubles (2013). Located a bit on the outskirts, but quite
tolerable. In winter, it is very difficult to drive along an icy
street, where the track is a high and narrow ice trough. Amenities
in the rooms (standard) or on the block (economy). Reviews are
Hotel "Old Shuya", st. Sovetskaya, 8 (in the center). ☎ +7
(49351) 3-85-70, +7 (906) 513-70-30. Double room: 1800–2100 rubles,
places in a hostel: 400 rubles per person (2013). A hotel without
frills, which also offers apartments for days and places in the
hostel for any period from days to months. All hotel rooms are
comfortably furnished, but very modestly furnished. Mostly bad
Grand Hotel Shuya,
st. Lenin, 2 (center). ☎ +7 (4932) 93-93-69. Economy: 600 rubles per
person, double room with amenities: 3080 rubles (2013). Very nice
hotel, clean, bright, with excellent but unobtrusive staff. Economy
implies a multi-room - apparently without amenities. Breakfast can
upset gourmets and those who do not like porridge - but they are fed
for slaughter. The staff is slow as, by the way, and diligent. The
desire to meet high standards is a bit tiring. The hotel is very
well located in the city center. Free Wi-Fi in the restaurant and in
the lobby, in the rooms paid wired Internet.
Cafe Kensei, pl. Lenin, 24. ☎ +7 (961) 245-11-15. 11:00 - 23:00 A
Japanese restaurant full of sushi and rolls, although hot food also
happens here. Very tasty pizza and a great selection. Visitors
praise this place.
Restaurant "Buffett", st. Lenin, 2 (Grand
Hotel Shuya). ☎ +7 (49351) 6-03-60. Sun – Thu 8:00 - 24:00, Fri –
Sat 8:00 - 2:00. Hot dishes: 200–300 rubles (2013). Probably the
best restaurant in Shuya. The menu is a mixture of Russian and
There is a restaurant "Old Shuya", "Teza" -
very tasty cuisine. In the bowling club Strike, in the cafe
delicious pizza and rolls, there is sushi, many different cocktails
are offered, alcoholic and non-alcoholic.
Cellular communications in Shuya is
working steadily. In Grandhotel "Shuya" there is a wi-fi coverage.
Untrained driver is recommended to
drive on Shuya with extreme caution. Pits in the asphalt are very
significant and often quite deep. At the same time, road lighting
leaves much to be desired.