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Kaliningrad travel guide

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You're Going to Love Kaliningrad

Kaliningrad is the capital of Kaliningrad Oblast, a Russian enclave squeezed between Poland and Lithuania on the Baltic Sea coast. It's a fascinating corner of Europe, being Russian but separated from Russia, and with close ties to the EU. Formerly known as Konigsberg, this was once a Prussian city and is dotted with ancient castles and fortifications.

Top 5 Reasons to Visit Kaliningrad

When to Visit Kaliningrad

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Kaliningrad enjoys warm summers with temperatures of around 70°F, making it the ideal time to visit.

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How to Get to Kaliningrad

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Where to Stay in Kaliningrad

The Kaliningrad Hotel on Lenin's Avenue is centrally located with quality rooms from ₽3,800. Hostel Utro on Frunze offers good basic accommodation in a central location from ₽400 per night.

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How to Get Around Kaliningrad

The Cost of Living in Kaliningrad

Shopping Streets

Victory Square and Leninsky Prospekt are two of the city's main shopping streets, with many fashion, jewelry (especially amber!) and homewares stores. Try the Europa Mall on Victory Square for some good upscale boutiques.

Groceries and Other

A quart of milk in Kaliningrad will cost around ₽48 and a loaf of bread is around ₽35.

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Where to Eat in Kaliningrad

Solyanka Cafe on Prospect Mira serves local specialties like Solyanka soup, with mains from ₽500. Karamel on Leninsky Prospekt serves European style food, with mains from ₽600.