Private jet charter and flights to YekaterinburgNestled at the foot of the Ural Mountains at the crossroads of Europe and Asia, Yekaterinburg is a vibrant city with an industrial past where stoic Soviet blocks conceal stylish interiors. A key player in Russiaâ€™s chequered history, today this bustling cultural hub is a leading centre for sports and the arts. Experience it all: request a private jet charter quote from Air Charter Service.
A major stop on the Trans-Siberian Railway, Yekaterinberg boasts over 600 historical and cultural monuments â€“ from the geometric architecture of Chekist Town to the soaring Vysotsky skyscraper, where you can admire panoramic views over the city from an observation deck. The cityâ€™s thriving artistic community is celebrated through provocative street art and world-class galleries, while its rich legacy as a pioneer of Russiaâ€™s underground music movement lives on through an array of buzzing festivals and clubs.
Delve into the cityâ€™s dramatic past at the golden-domed Church upon the Blood, a Byzantine-style monument that commemorates the spot where Russiaâ€™s last royal family was executed during the Russian Civil War: a shocking event that still inspires fascination a century later. Then take a city tour to uncover Yekaterinburgâ€™s illustrious industrial heritage â€“ the cityâ€™s metal was used build iconic international monuments including the Eiffel Tower in Paris, New Yorkâ€™s Statue of Liberty and Londonâ€™s Houses of Parliament.
Nature lovers can climb ancient rocks and trek through thick forest at million-year-old Lake Shartash or head further afield to ski, horse-ride, paraglide and hike in the spectacular Ural Mountains. Thanks to the mountainsâ€™ plentiful reserves of gemstones and minerals, Yekaterinberg has long been Russiaâ€™s jewellery centre and boasts an array of locally-run shops selling hand-crafted jewellery and beautifully stone-cut souvenirs.
Foodies can tuck into a diverse culinary scene, ranging from Russian favourites to succulent sushi. Belmesi serves hearty home-cooked Uzbek fare in a laidback setting, while Restaurant â„–1 offers fantastical molecular gastronomy from celebrated Russian chef Anatoly Komm. You can even learn to make your own Russian-style dumplings at Pelmeni Club. Refined international options include Italian restaurant Maccheroni and traditional Asian eatery Vietmon.
Yekaterinberg is home to a range of top-notch hotels, from lavish skyscraper retreats to trendy boutique boltholes. Located in the cityâ€™s second-tallest building, the classy Visotsky Hotel offers sweeping panoramas and exclusive VIP suites for world-class luxury. The modern Hyatt Regency is another stylish choice, where guests can relax in a pool and pampering spa, while the chic Novotel Yekaterinburg Centre is an elegant base in the heart of the city.
Choose from a choice of aircraft, and fly directly to Koltsovo Airport, just 16km from Yekaterinburg. Simply contact our team and weâ€™ll arrange everything you need to charter a private jet to Yekaterinburg.