We are pleased to present you our new hostel. The new, cozy hostel "Atmosfera" is within walking distance from the metro station "Zaeltsovskaya". Medical University, Pathways of Communication University and the city hospital complex are nearby our hostel.
We offer our guests three types of rooms: male dorm with 2 bunk beds, female dorm with 3 bunk beds and mixed dorm with 4 bunk beds.
The hostel is equipped with everything necessary for quality rest and productive work. Guests have at their disposal: a modern kitchen with all necessary appliances and utensils, as well as a comfortable shower room. There are lockers for storing personal items and a clothes hanger in our rooms. Each bed is equipped with a curtain, a personal lamp and 2 sockets. You can also watch TV on a large, comfortable sofa and use the free Wi-fi.
Our hostel is located in the city of Novosibirsk - the third largest city in Russia, founded in 1893. The population of the city is more than 1.5 million people. Novosibirsk is rich in its attractions, it’s just impossible to describe everything, but we would like to notice some of them. The architectural and semantic center of Novosibirsk is Lenin Square with the neoclassical bulk of the opera theater. The lively Lenin Street connects the square’s ensemble with the pre-revolutionary mansions of the Tikhiy Centre, and major constructivism masterpieces lined up along Krasniy prospect. The second point of attraction is 45 minutes drive from the centre - Akademgorodok on the shore of the Novosibirsk reservoir.1. Opera and Ballet Theater The largest theater of Russia. The building was conceived as the House of Science and Culture - it would unite the circus, planetarium, cinema, theater and water performances. But due to lack of money, they confined themselves to ordinary theater in neoclassical design. Theater is our everything. It is a symbol of Novosibirsk, the largest theater of Russia, which is larger than the Bolshoi Theater in Moscow, a building that has become a monument of federal importance. For its more than half a century of history, overgrown with a mass of urban legends. And this is not surprising. The scale of the building and the interior of the theater fascinates and sends to another era. The project in 1937 was awarded the Grand Prix at an exhibition in Paris ... There are legends about the Opera opera dungeons - as if almost an underground city in five levels is located under it. However, confirmation of these rumors did not receive, remaining urban myths. By 1941, the building was practically completed, but it was never put into operation because of five years of war, the treasures of the Hermitage, the Tretyakov Gallery and many other museums were kept here. And this is a historical fact. Officially, the theater opened on May 12 in 1945, so that Victory Day can be considered the birthday of the Novosibirsk Opera and Ballet Theater. 2. Novosibirsk Zoo One of the largest zoos in the country. The zoo was founded in 1947. It contains more than 11 thousand individuals (a total of 756 species), about half of which are listed in the Red Book. The menagerie takes part in dozens of international programs for the protection and preservation of the fauna of the planet, and is also a member of authoritative unions like WAZA and EARAZA. Among the most interesting animals are a lion, a snow leopard (it is also a symbol of the zoo), a jaguar, a manul and other representatives of the cat family, a capybara, a llama, a ligation (a beautiful animal from the family of hens) and others. Every year it receives up to 1.5 million visitors. Over the years, the Novosibirsk Zoo has become a real symbol of the city: images of animals are minted on souvenir coins, the name of a white bear is chosen by all of Novosibirsk, and the birth of a cub in a tigress and a lion becomes news on a Russian scale. A visit to the zoo should take at least half a day. It is necessary to see the games of polar bears, and the pranks of Amur tiger cubs, the lake with swans, and the show at the dolphinarium. 4. Lenin Square The central square of the city, on which the main sights are located: the Museum of local lore, the musical theater, the square, the chapel of St. Nicholas, as well as numerous monuments. These monuments should be given special attention: there is an iron throne, a music box in memory of V. A. Lensky, monuments in honor of the first cinema and a tram, the stele "Hospital of Veterans". And Lenin Street is the main promenade of Novosibirsk, a direct and fast way from the official Lenin Square with the opera house and the monumental sculptural group in front of it to the living, pulsating heart of Novosibirsk. On summer evenings, the whole city walks under apple trees, and in the mornings you can go for breakfast and coffee at any cafe on the street. 5. Monument of Glory The monument was erected in 1967 in honor of the inhabitants of Siberia - participants of the Great Patriotic War. It is a memorial complex consisting of the Eternal Flame, the figure of a woman mother and several ten-meter pylons, on which scenes of the main stages of the Second World War are carved in chronological order. Immediately after the complex begins the Walk of Fame, consisting of 100 fir trees. 6. Cathedral in honor of Alexander Nevsky Orthodox church in neo-Byzantine style, built at the turn of the XIX and XX centuries. Despite such a late construction, it is one of the first stone structures in the city. The cathedral is made of red brick, its walls and facade are framed by slender rows of arched windows, the roof is surmounted by symmetrical hemispherical domes. In the 1930s, after the temple was closed, attempts were made to blow it up, but the building survived. 7. Chapel of St. Nicholas The chapel in honor of St. Nicholas the Wonderworker, sandwiched between the two parts of the bustling Red Avenue and dedicated to the 300th anniversary of the Romanovs' house, was erected twice: after the first opening in 1915, the chapel stood for 14 years, was blown up and replaced with a sculpture of the hammerman and then with the figure of Stalin. The modern chapel of Peter Chernobrovtsev was built in 1993. 8. Voznesensky Cathedral Novosibirsk Cathedral, founded in 1913. The first building of the cathedral was wooden. Only in the 1970s-80s it was reconstructed, gradually replacing all the structures with stone ones. The construction was fully ready by 1988 - the 1000th anniversary of the Baptism of Russia. The cathedral contains several valuable icons and relics of prominent Orthodox saints: St. Nicholas, St. Seraphim of Sarov, Ambrose of Optina. 9. Museum of local lore The building was built as the Trade Building - a real business center of the beginning of the 20th century, built in 1910-1911 by the most important architect for the history of Novosibirsk, Andrei Kryachkov. Now the local history museum is located here, and immediately after the construction, on the first floor there were commercial premises, on the second floor, the City Duma and its administration, treasury and the State Bank. The museum collection is located in several branches. The exhibition is a collection of objects telling about the culture and life of the indigenous peoples of Siberia. It consists of more than 230 thousand copies. 10. Museum of World Funeral Culture Another unique collection, whose analogues are not found throughout Russia. It is dedicated to funeral traditions. The museum was founded in 2012 by S. B. Yakushin, a businessman, academic and vice-president of the Union of Funeral Organizations and Crematories. The exposition consists of mourning costumes, hearses, engravings, sculptures and drawings of funeral subjects, as well as photographs, documents and obituaries. 11. Novosibirsk-Glavny Railway Station The main railway station of the city, first opened in 1893 as part of the construction of the Trans-Siberian Railway. The first buildings of the station were made of wood. In 1939, built a stone structure. In 1999, they carried out a major reconstruction of the station using marble and granite. From here depart passenger and freight trains in different directions. 12. Novosibirsk Metro Bridge The covered pontoon above the Ob River with a total length of more than 2 thousand meters (about 900 meters pass over the water), which connects the metro stations Rechnoy Vokzal and Studencheskaya. It consists of 7 spans. The construction was erected in the 1980s. It is considered the longest bridge of this type in the world and a unique technical structure. Construction of the bridge has solved many transport problems of the city. 13. Bugrinskiy Bridge The bridge over the Ob River, connecting the Oktyabrsky and Kirovsky districts. It was opened in 2014. The construction of the structure was dictated by urgent need, since the existing bridges could not cope with a significantly increased transport load. The construction is made taking into account modern technologies and design. It immediately became one of the attractions of Novosibirsk. 14. Zaeltsovsky Park One of the oldest and most picturesque parks in the city, which residents often call the “green pearl”. Until the 1930s, there was a natural forest here, where the city administration decided to arrange a recreation area. Gradually equipped paths, built rides, equipped the coastal zone. Today, the park has a paid beach, sports fields, a swimming pool, and a tennis court. This is only a small part of those places that are worth visiting. Our administrators are always happy to tell you how to get to one or another part of the city.