Location & Accommodations

About Voronezh

Voronezh is considered the heart of the "Black Earth Region," a rich soiled region in the south of Central Russia.  Voronezh is the main cultural, economic, and educational Centre of the “Black Sea Region” of Russia.

The city is located in 250 miles south of Moscow and easily accessible by overnight train, 5-hour drive or 1-hour flight Moscow-Voronezh. Education, living expenses and accommodation are not as expensive as in Moscow and St. Petersburg, even though the quality and standard of living in Voronezh is quite high.

Transportation Directions

Voronezh Institute of High Technologies

  • Participants are encouraged to book their flights to Voronezh International Airport (VOZ), Voronezh, Russia. Transfers from Voronezh International Airport to the Conference Hotel and VIHT campus will be provided.
  • Participants may also book their flights to Moscow and take a local flight from Moscow to Voronezh.  There is also an overnight train from Moscow to Voronezh.  However, this requires transportation in Moscow to the central station. 

Accommodation

Marriott Voronezh Hotel

  • From 90 USD per night/ deluxe single room incl. breakfast
  • From 110 USD/per night/deluxe double room incl.breakfast. 

Located in the heart of Voronezh just a short walk away from cultural attractions. Voronezh Marriott Hotel offers 221 stylish guestrooms characterized by warm hues and natural materials that create a modern and inviting environment for guests.

Address: Revolution Avenue 38, Voronezh 394000 Russian Federation
Tel.: +7 473 2070000

Getting Around

The public transportation includes buses, “marshrutkas” and a small number of trolleybuses.
To go by “marshrutka” as well as by bus will cost you 17 rubles.
You can travel by taxi as well.

Book a Taxi online:

https://voronezh.rutaxi.ru/en/index.html

For additional assistance, please contact

international@vivt.ru

Attractions

The city’s main street, Prospekt Revolyutsii

The city’s main street, Prospekt Revolyutsii

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Voronezh Stone Bridge

Voronezh Stone Bridge

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Admiralteyskaya Naberezhnaya

Admiralteyskaya Naberezhnaya

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Lenin Square

Lenin Square

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Koltsovskiy Skver Park

Koltsovskiy Skver Park

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Monuments

Monuments

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Petrovskiy Skver Park

Petrovskiy Skver Park

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Blagoveshchenskiy Kafedralniy Sobor

Blagoveshchenskiy Kafedralniy Sobor

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The monument to the Dog

The monument to the Dog

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The monument to the character from the Soviet cartoon “Kitten from Lizyukova street”

The monument to the character from the Soviet cartoon “Kitten from Lizyukova street”

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Things to do

Voronezh has something special for everyone.

There are theatres and cinemas, museums, galleries, parks, gardens, shops and sport centres, restaurants, clubs and bars.

If you enjoy strolling we recommend you to visit Koltsovskiy Skver (the city centre), or go to the Voronezh Central Park, Pervomayskiy Sad, or Petrovskiy Skver.

Practice outdoor sports (especially athletics and cycling) in the Olimpik park.
Explore the city after dark – live music, comedy, theatre or just a night out in a club.

Shopping

The most popular shopping centres:

Grad (one of the largest in Russia), Galereya Chizhova, Arena, Maximir, Yugo-Zapad, Tvoy Dom, Metro, Moskovskiy Prospekt, Armada, Solnechnyy Rai, and Petrovskiy Passage.

Souvenirs can be bought in Prospekt Revolutsii (e.g. in Liki Voronezha shop) or at the newsagent’s.

Apart from world-famous matryoshkas (Russian Dolls) etc., a good local souvenir is “the Kitten from Lizyukova street”.

Restaurants

Voronezh offers an excellent choice of restaurants and cafes for you to grab a perfect espresso and a slice of cake, stop for lunch, or enjoy a delicious three-course dinner:

Stary Gorod, Balagan City (European and Russian cuisine)
Chernogoriya (Yugoslavian)
Praga (Russian and Czech)
Dolce Vita, Bistrot (Italian)
Il Tokyo (Japanese and European Cuisine)
Yoko-Mokko (Japanese and Italian Cuisine) etc.
BARak O'Mama (American Cuisine)
Irish pub (British and Irish snacks and drinks)
Tanuki, Yakitoriya (Japanese cuisine)
Pivasiy (Russian), Burger Haus, DeBasus (German)
Tiflis (Georgian and European)

Popular take-aways and fast-food joints:

Russkiy appetite, Robin Sdobin, Subway, McDonalds, KFC etc.