I moved to Suzdal, and it was the best decision: 6 reasons to move here for permanent residence
In Suzdal, you can easily do without personal transport (especially if you do not plan to travel far), but even without public transport. It takes 15–30 minutes to walk to many places, the children themselves can go to school or to clubs, because they are located close to home. By car from the eastern edge of the city to the west can be reached in 7 minutes, and from the north to the south – in 15.
4. Fewer people
According to 2021 data, slightly more than 9.5 thousand people live in Suzdal. It turns out that there is simply no one to stand in line at the post office or at the MFC (this, however, does not apply to the clinic at all). And this, again, saves both time and nerves.
5. Another rhythm of life
It may seem to some that life in Suzdal is lazy. It is really characterized by a special, measured rhythm of life. Here, no one is in a hurry – with the exception of Muscovites who decided to review all the local sights in a day and are in a hurry just out of habit. This slowness makes Suzdal people seem (and are) more relaxed and even kinder.
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6. Local cuisine
At first glance, the factor is not significant, but it's still great when the city has its own special goodies, which it is famous for in half of Russia. In Suzdal, this is mead, which is made by local residents and a factory, as well as cucumbers. In honor of the latter, a whole holiday is held here in July, where they are treated – among other things – with fried cucumbers and cucumber jam. And in Suzdal you can try cucumber raff and cucumber lemonade. By the way, Suzdal people like to grow cucumbers and many other vegetables, fruits, and berries on their own – the land here is very good. Why not an argument in favor of moving for those who like to mess around in the garden?