Astana can surprise guests from the UK with impressive architecture and luxurious hotels. The British newspaper The Telegraph wrote about the tourist potential of the capital of Kazakhstan in its material dedicated to the world specialized exhibition EXPO 2017.
Among the bright attractions of Astana, the publication highlights Baiterek as well as the Palace of Peace and Accord. Many buildings in the center of the capital were designed by British architect Norman Foster. The city, as the authors note, became closer to tourists due to the opening of new world-class hotels - the Ritz Carlton and St Regis.
In addition, the EXPO 2017 exhibition is of particular interest. Its theme is "Future Energy". Like its predecessors, EXPO in Astana is an advanced platform for demonstrating the latest achievements of mankind.
In addition to impressive architecture, Astana can impress with its rich history which also touches the Soviet period. As the newspaper notes, the atmosphere of Soviet times is felt in the old city center. Tourists from Great Britain are recommended to visit the Russian Drama Theater named after Maxim Gorky.
British tourists can get to the capital of Kazakhstan for seven hours by plane of Air Astana company. The cost of the round-trip ticket is about 500 pounds. Those wishing to go to Kazakhstan can save money and pay half as much using the services of Ukrainian airlines.
In Kazakhstan, the British newspaper notes, one can visit not only the capital but also other regions. Other picturesque places include the Charyn Canyon and the resort of Chimbulak.
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