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Chita, Zabaikalskiy, Russia
Dec 4 — Dec 52
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Monblan Hotel
Monblan Hotel
8.5 Excellent
Kostyushko-Grigorovicha 5, Chita, Zabaikalskiy, Russia
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0.4 km from city centre, Chita 
ExcellentBased on 483 reviews
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Monblan Hotel is situated in Chita and offers complimentary Wi-Fi. It also features a swimming pool and a sauna.

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Cheapest month:August
Most expensive month:November
Average price in Chita:₱1,572/night
Absolute cheapest price found:₱387/night
Cheapest day:Thursday
Most expensive day:Friday
₱1,197 - ₱2,052
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Monblan Hotel
Monblan Hotel
8.5 Excellent
Kostyushko-Grigorovicha 5, Chita, Zabaikalskiy, Russia
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0.4 km from city centre, Chita, ZAB, Russia 

Monblan Hotel is situated in Chita and offers complimentary Wi-Fi. It also features a swimming pool and a sauna.

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Monblan Hotel
Monblan Hotel
8.5 Excellent
Kostyushko-Grigorovicha 5, Chita, Zabaikalskiy, Russia
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0.4 km from city centre,  

Monblan Hotel is situated in Chita and offers complimentary Wi-Fi. It also features a swimming pool and a sauna.

₱3,272
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₱1,812 - ₱3,272

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Monblan Hotel
8.5 Excellent
₱3,272
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Hotel Dauria
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₱1,812
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About Chita

Known as the “City of Exiles”, Chita is famous for the Decembrist, an exiled military group who are today considered national heroes. The streets of Chita feature Stalinist facades embellished with Soviet symbols, while some of Siberia's most beautiful Buddhist temples dot the outskirts of town.

Things to do

Wander through Lenin Square, the heart of Chita, home to cafes facing the enormous statue of Vladimir Lenin. Afterward, delve into the city’s rich history at Kuznetsov Regional Museum, an imposing mansion with indigenous artwork, cultural artifacts and a popular political exhibit on the Russian Civil War.

Admire the iconic facade of Kazansky Cathedral and its glimmering gold domes. The turquoise building is the largest cathedral in Siberia and the Far East. Take a guided tour to learn about the cathedral’s 400-year-old history and marvel at the saintly portraits of the iconostasis.

Delve into Chita’s intriguing revolutionary history at the Decembrist Museum. Housed in the 18th-century Archangel Michael church, the museum features handwritten books, photographs, traditional uniforms and weaponry, which preserve the heroic military group who staged an unsuccessful rebellion in December 1825.

Explore Russia’s rich Asian heritage at Chita’s most prominent Buddhist temple. The temple, known locally as a "Datsan", showcases the culture of the indigenous Buryat people and features an ornately decorated pagoda roof and a terrace with a dumpling restaurant.

Getting around

Chita is a 30-minute taxi from Chita Kadala Airport. Trains arrive from China and Vladivostok on the Trans-Siberian Railway. Chita is easily explored on foot or by using the trolley-buses and taxis.

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  • What are the best hotels in Chita?

    Dekabrist Apartment Nabereshnaya 66 (8.0/10 from 40 reviews), Lisya Nora Hostel (9.4/10 from 229 reviews), and Гостиница Декабрист Серова 30 (7.5/10 from 59 reviews) are all highly rated places to stay in Chita.