Nur-Sultan - is the capital of Republic of Kazakhstan. The young, dynamically developing city became the capital of Kazakhstan in 1997. For the last 25 years the image of the city has changed dramatically and continues to surprise citizens and guests of the capital. The city plan was developed by famous Japanese architect Kurokawa.
Population of the city is slightly above 1 mln people, making it the second-largest after Almaty. Nur-Sultan airport handles over 80 international and domestic flights every day. Over 20 international airlines regularly fly to the city and the number is increasing each year.
For the last few years Nur-Sultan hosted EXPO, Summit OSCE, Asian winter games which influenced the development of the city.
The main observation spot of the city is "Baiterek" with height of 105 meters. Other place worth visiting is "Nur Alem" where Museum of Future Energy is located. National Museum Republic of Kazakhstan has 11 exposition halls which display valuable artefacts from ancient and middle age time. Don’t miss the chance to visit the largest theatre in the Central Asia - The State Opera and Ballet Theatre "Astana Opera", where celebrate international and Kazakhstan artists stage performances