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Moscow, Russia





TO DO

RED SQUARE

The heart of Russia’s capital, Red square is arguably Moscow’s most visited attraction.


ST BASIL'S CATHEDRAL

The archetypal image of Russia’s capital with the glistening rainbow domes of St Basil’s cathedral. The cathedral was commissioned in the 1500s by Ivan the Terrible and according to legend, the Tsar thought it so beautiful he ordered that the architect be blinded so that he would never surpass this creation.


LENIN'S MAUSOLEUM

Moscow’s ultimate love-it-or-hate-it landmark, Lenin’s Mausoleum houses a glass sarcophagus with the embalmed body of the legendary Russian revolutionary, Vladimir Lenin.


MOSCOW KREMLIN

The biggest active fortress in Europe, Once you get behind the 2,235 metre-long kremlin walls, there are five squares to wander around.


STATE HISTORICAL MUSEUM

What once was the Principal Medicine Store now houses an impressive collection, which includes relics of prehistoric tribes that once inhabited the territory of present-day Russia, the country’s largest coin collection, as well as 6th-century manuscripts and artworks collected by the Romanov dynasty among other treasures.


GUM

Russia’s main department store, GUM’s stunning interior houses a variety of high-end boutiques.


TSARITSYNO MUSEUM-RESERVE

The former summer residence of Empress Catherine the Great was commissioned in 1775, and succumbed to deterioration during the Soviet era.


CATHEDRAL OF CHRIST THE SAVIOUR

One of Russia’s most visited cathedrals, the Cathedral of Christ the Saviour is a truly remarkable site. The grandiose cathedral was built in the 1990s.


MOSCOW METRO

The Moscow metro is the ideal way to soak up the best of the city, without breaking the bank. As each station’s ornate decoration is specially designed to reflect the station’s individual characteristics.


THE BOLSHOI THEATRE

This Russian institution attracts visitors from all four corners of the globe. The building that stands on the square today was established in 1856 and is considered an emblem of Russia. Try to get tickets for the ballet or opera.


EAT AND DRINK


Breakfast and Brunch

  • Breakfast Cafe – Malaya Nikitskaya Ulitsa, 2/1 стр. 1, Moskva, Rusia, 121069

  • Vogue CafeUlitsa Kuznetskiy Most, 7/9, Moskva, Rusia, 107031

  • Scenario cafe Tverskaya St., 22V | Economist House, Moscow 125009, Russia


Lunch I Dinner

  • Budha Bar –Tsvetnoy Blvd, 2, Moskva, Rusia, 127051

  • SixtyPresnenskaya Naberezhnaya, 12, Moscow, Rusia, 123100

  • Vogue CafeUlitsa Kuznetskiy Most, 7/9, Moskva, Rusia, 107031

  • White Rabbit Smolenskaya Square, 3, Moskva, Rusia, 121099

  • Cafe Pushkin 26A Tverskoy Boulevard

  • Buono Radisson Royal Hotel, 2/1 Building 1, Kutuzovsky Prospect, Moscow 121248

  • Piccolino – Italian Food I 1-y Kolobovskiy pereulok, 11, Moscow 127051

  • Pesto Cafe – Different locations around Moscow

  • Mercedez Bar – Kutuzovsky Ave, 2/1, Moskva, Rusia, 121248

  • Karlson – Ovchinnikovskaya Naberezhnaya, 20 стр1, Moskva, Rusia, 115035




















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