Sights of Tver personify the history of the whole state. At the time of the Tatar-Mongol invasion, all the buildings in the city were destroyed and burnt, but later the settlement was reborn here and began to develop. Spread out along the banks of the Volga in the upper part of the riverbed, the city became a kind of connecting link between St. Petersburg and Moscow, which ensured the importance of Tver as a trading and transport hub. Tver was also a stopping place for travelers, whose route ran between the two main Russian cities. Today the city of Tver is a picturesque place where you can relax from the hustle and bustle of the metropolis, enjoy nature and get acquainted with history. In a relatively small area, which Tver occupies today, a huge number of attractions and unique architectural and historical sites are concentrated. We bring to your attention the most beautiful and popular sights of the city.