With settlement first being mentioned in chronicles in 859, Veliky Novgorod is supposed to be one of the oldest cities of Russia. During the Middle Ages, the city was even one of the largest settlements of Europe. Of all the former glory, mainly the Kremlin and a few churches are left. Nevertheless, Veliky Novgorod, situated at the Volkhov River, is a nice provincial town that’s worth a visit.
We stayed there for two nights. Our “problem” (it doesn’t really seem like a problem anymore…) of charging was solved by a CEE-32 belonging to a restaurant in the outskirts of Veliky Novgorod. The restaurant was on plugshare and therefore super easy to find. Since the kitchen worked very slowly, the charging was just done, when we were ready with lunch (2 hours after we entered the restaurant). I guess, it doesn’t happen very often that one doesn’t mind at all a slow service 😉.
With a car charged at 70% we left the next morning to Saint Petersburg.
|CEE-32||220 volt||32 amperes||22 kW||35 kWh|