- Old-Tatar Sloboda, one of the famous sights of the city. It was built by Ivan the Terrible after the siege of Kazan in 1552. The first people living here were tatars who took part in the siege.
- Lake Kaban where the chest with innumerous treasures is situated. The legend says that the chest was hidden on the bottom of the lake during the siege of Kazan.
- The central streets of the city of Kazan that were visited by Pushkin, Gorky, Tolstoy and other outstanding people of culture and art.
- The Exaltation of the Cross Church with the Kazan Icon of the Mother of God, one of the most revered shrines in Russia. In 2004 Vatican returned the Kazan Icon to Patriarch Alexy II and since that time thousands of pilgrims and tourists come here to touch the miraculous icon.
- National complex “Tugan Avylym” that means “Native Village” in the Tatar language. Here you can find a restaurant with the traditional tatar cuisine, a pancake café with the Russian stove and guest houses decorated in the Tatar style, you can attend different master-classes and interactive programs.
- The Kazan Kremlin is the chief sight of the Republic of Tatarstan, now it is the object of the UNESCO heritage. The whole territory of the Kremlin is the museum-reserve where a lot of museums, Kul Sharif Mosque, Suyumbike Tower and other historical places are found.
- The St. Nicholas Cathedral, one of the most precious architectural and religious places in the Republic.
- The Mosque Nur, one of the oldest wooden mosques of the Republic of Tatarstan, preserved till our days.
- The merchant houses built in the 19th century. These are merchant’s Chukashev house and merchant’s Chelyshev’s house.
- The Memorial Museum of Boris Pasternak, the first museum in Russia devoted to Pasternak. It was opened by the 100 anniversary of the poet. In six halls of the museum you can find out about the life of the great poet, his literary years.
- In the art gift salon you can find a great variety of the handmade souvenirs and the works of the original crafts.
- The Skaryatinsky garden, founded in 1867 at the expense of some local merchants . Now this is the citizens’ favourite place for walks and rest.
- Historical and memorial and ethnographic Museum Of Gayaz Ishaki. You will visit the complex devoted to the outstanding Tatar writer, playwright and journalist Gayaz ishaki in the village of Kutlushkino. Ishaki was born there in 1878. Nowadays we can enjoy a very interesting exposition opened in 1999 that shows the writer’s house, some small shops, a theatre exhibition and a gallery. We can imagine the life of the amazing Tatar writer, whose works are interesting and are still staged.