Autumn lunch on the Baltic Sea


In Kaliningrad Oblast, the furthest west region in Russia, many people have settled in cities, towns and small villages on the coast of the Baltic Sea. A beautiful 19th-century house once belonging to a German landlord stands by one of these towns.

In Kaliningrad Oblast, the furthest west region in Russia, many people have settled in cities, towns and small villages on the coast of the Baltic Sea. A beautiful 19th-century house once belonging to a German landlord stands by one of these towns. Here many parks and gardens were built nearby, along with other outbuildings including a large stable full of thoroughbreds. Nowadays the luxurious Usadba Hotel is located on part of this territory, but besides this, not much else has changed – the residence continues opens its doors to guests that come to visit and enjoy the breath-taking natural environment, go horseback riding and try delicious local dishes. RTG TV host Olga Degtyareva set out for the Baltic coast and its surrounding areas to do just this.