Red textile worker village located in the south in the Saratov region Saratov region.
Settlement is surrounded by hills and is located on the banks of the Volga River. Prior to the regional center separates the road length of 23 km.
The village regularly buses go to Saratov.
You will need
- - A bus ticket or commuter poezd-
- - Map of the Saratov region.
The village is located in the suburbs of Saratov. The bus goes to your destination stop "Stadium Volga", which is located on the avenue Enthusiasts 18A. On August 1, 2013 the population served by the route the message №226K Saratov - Red Textilschik. Until the bus stop "Stadium Volga" it can be reached by trams 2, 7, 8, buses 18d, 28, 389 and 105 taxis, 14, 21, 16, 217, 55, 26, 83, 63.
Buses leave daily from 5:50 to 19:30 every 20 minutes. Although often buses run along this route, are formed long queues among the passengers in the winter. The journey time is one hour.
For private vehicles from Saratov to RedTextile workers can be reached in 30 -. 40 minutes, the fuel consumption will average 3-4 liters. Also, the services offered by the Transport taxi drivers. The average person they take on 100 p. The road to the village of poor quality, a lot of potholes, accidents frequently occur.
The nearest train station isBagaevka village 5 km north of Red textile workers. The station is on a branch Saratov - Petrov Val. To get to Bagaevki should take the train 6316 Tarkhany - Karamysh at 17:59. After 40 min. commuter train arrives to the village. The ticket costs 18 p. Before Red textile workers can walk, ride a ride or wait for a passing bus.
Red Textilschik attracts visitorsthe main attraction of the village - building factory, built in 1900. The building is one of the outstanding monuments of that era in the Saratov region. Even today, it is weaving factory. In summer it is beautiful nature, fishing on the Volga. The population of the Red textile workers does not exceed 4,000. The village has secondary school, central regional hospital, a post office, two kindergartens, orthodox parish them. Xenia of Petersburg.