People come here to learn about the city’s attractions and tour routes, to stock up on maps and guides, to leave luggage in temporary storage or just to rest for a while before going on with their business. All services are free of charge.
Over the years, the tourist information office (TIO) of Irkutsk has proved to be useful to the visitors from all around the globe. Last year, 6700 tourists visited the office, and 74% or visitors were foreigners.
TIO helps travelers to see the city from its best angles. It helps to fall in love with the quiet beauty of Irkutsk and infects the visitors with a desire to come back again and again. The most important projects of TIO are the tourist route “The Green Line” and street navigation facilities that help navigate the city as it were your home.
The office is located at 77B, Dekabrski Sobitiy Street, on the territory of the Europa House. The working hours are from 9 AM to 6 PM, and 9 AM to 8 PM during the summer. TIO works seven days a week.
If you have any questions about traveling around Irkutsk or Lake Baikal, call + 7 (39-52) 20-50-18 or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. TIO staff speaks Russian, English, German and French. The website of the service also provides a Chinese translation.