1. Novosibirsk is the theater capital of Siberia. A large number of art festivals and theater events take place in Novosibirsk. Numerous theaters and a variety of repertoires allow you to watch new performances.
2. The numerous of museums. It is impossible to see all museums for one visit to the Novosibirsk region. Be sure to take time to visit Petropavlovsk Museum of Local History, which covers an area of 0.7 hectares, including outdoor expositions.
3. The unique nature. The region has a huge number of lakes and other natural resources: Salair ridge - ancient, destroyed low mountains, which firstly rose in the folded region 400 million years ago; Lake Chany - drainless salt lake - one of the largest lakes in the world; flooded marble quarry – clear water lake filled with groundwater
4. Diversity of historical monuments. In any part of the Novosibirsk region you can see the unique monuments, for example, in Kolyvan village there is a monastery named after Saint Alexander Nevsky, built in 1887, and in Bolotninsky district you can see the architectural monument of wooden architecture - the church in the name of St. Seraphim of Sarov, built in 1914, it crowns 7 domes, which complete 7 metal tracery crosses, presenting 7 church sacraments. Poklonny cross on the place of the defeat of the troops of Khan Kuchum in the Ordynsky district, where Siberia was de facto annexed to Russia.
5. Novosibirsk region is the largest transport hub! Thanks to this, you can visit the Novosibirsk region, combining rest with other regions of Russia and the world. The largest railway, automobile, aviation and river routes are crossed in Novosibirsk. Novosibirsk connects Siberia, the Far East, Central Asia with the European regions of the Russian Federation.