- Old-Tatar Sloboda that is one of the historical sights in the very centre of Kazan. It was inhabited and built up immediately after Kazan was joint to Moscovia in 1552. The industrious Tatar people filled this swampy territory, built up houses, mosques, markets, workshops and factories.
- 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 Kalashnikov Weapons Museum, here you can find a great collection of the weapons, from the first samples of the gun till the modern copies. The collection consists of the guns created by the famous designer Kalashnikov and also all the models that were made and are made now in the Izhevsk Gun factory. Besides the weapon the exhibition consists of archive materials and Kalashnikov’s personal belongings, souvenirs and gifts. The main attraction of the Kalashnikov museum is the shooting gallery where visitors can try some kinds of weapon.
- St. Michael’s Cathedral, one of the main cathedrals of the Izhevsk and Udmurt diocese, devoted to Archangel Michael. It is 67 metres high and it is built on the highest point of the city, in Red Square.
- The Ludorvay Architectural and Ethnographic Open-air Museum, situated 17 km from the city of Izhevsk. It occupies the territory of 59 hectares. The museum is divided into the following exhibition parts: the Sector of Central Udmurts, the Sector of Northern Udmurts and Besermyans, the Sector of Southern Udmurts, Russian sector, the Windmill, and the Mushtor Apiary Complex, the excibition hall “Volost government” . This exposition is very popular among the visitors as nowadays we have very little idea of the traditional culture.