Tourism in the Republic of Bashkortostan 

Tourism in the Republic of Bashkortostan has very good potential due to its nature, multiethnic culture, and geographical diversity. Bashkortostan covers an area of 142 900 sq km or app 0.8% of the total area of the Russian Federation. It occupies a large part of the Southern Urals, the adjacent Bashkirian part of the Ural foreplains, and the high plain belt of the Bashkirian Transural region. It borders on Perm and Sverdlov regions in the north, the Chelyabinsk Region in the southeast, the Orenburg Region in the south and southwest, the Republic of Tatarstan in the west, and the Udmurt Republic in the northwest.

People of nearly 100 different nationalities live in Bashkortostan, including Bashkirs, Russians, Tatars, Chuvash, Mari, Ukrainians, and Germans. The Bashkirs are the indigenous inhabitants.

What to see or visit when you are in Bashkortostan

Akhunovo Megalithic complex  
Askinskaya cave  
Aslykul lake   
Bashkir Botanical Garden  
Bashkir State Philharmonic  
Belaya river  
Blue lake  
Cathedral Church of the Nativity of the Virgin   
Gadelsha waterfall 
Iremel mount  
Kandy-Kul Natural Park 
Krasnousolsky Resort  
Kuk-Karauk waterfall  
Kush-Tau ski complex  
Lenin Park 
Memorial “Grieving Mother”  
Memorial House Museum of S.T. Aksakov  
Museum of beekeeping  
National Museum of the Republic of Bashkortostan  
Nugush water reservoir  
Old (Tukayev) Mosque in Ufa 
Pavlovsk water reservoir  
Red Spring (Красный Ключ) village 
Reserve Shulgan Tash  
Salavat Yulaev monument 
St. Sergius Cathedral  
Ufa Botanical Garden 
Vatan Ethnic Park  
Yumaguzinskoe water reservoir