Russia, Moscow. Tverskaya Zastava Square. Konstantin Kokoshkin/Global Look Press Here are the most popular and worthwhile places to visit in Russia’s capital, from museums and theaters to nightclubs and places for kids. Moscow is a great city not just because of its size and population, but also because it has numerous landmarks, historical sites and gastronomical delights. Most people ask the same question when visiting for the first time: Where should I go, and what should I begin with? We are here to give you some advice. Take a look and bookmark the link for later reference. Museums There is a separate museum almost for everything in Moscow. We have highlighted the ones that are most interesting and worth visiting. You can also read our article about the most popular museums of Moscow. The Kremlin’s museums (it’s worth downloading the “Moscow Kremlin Museums” app before visiting and reading this extended guide on Kremlin’s history), State … [Read more...] about Where to go in Moscow
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1. Fly the cable car over Moscow River Opened in November 2018, the ride is a fantastic experience, which quickly bagged the top spot in a matter of days. 700-800 rubles gets you a return ticket from Luzhniki to Vorobyevy Gory. At night time you get a bird’s eye view of the magnificence of Neskuchny Sad’s light display. 2. Dance, ride and chill at Gorky Park This centrally-located slice of heaven is the capital’s pride. Fun activities and rentals of every sort imaginable, cool bars such as Lebedinoe Ozero, or a game of boules and cocktails at La Boules. Or just a chillout session by the famous pond. When you’re in Moscow in the warmer months, Gorky Park should be at the very top of your list. In winter, a huge chunk of the park turns into a skating rink. P.S. And don’t forget to visit Neskuchny Sad - the long serene stretch along the embankment. Konstantin Kokoshkin/Global Look Press 3. Travel to medieval Russia at Kolomenskoye This … [Read more...] about 50 things you must do in Moscow: Our randomized guide!
Day One 07:00 – 10:00: Take in the best view of the Kremlin from Zaryadye “Soaring” bridge in Zaryadie Konstantin Kokoshkin/Global Look Press The new Zaryadye Park is located by the Kremlin walls and is one of the most popular places among tourists these days. While it’s basically impossible to get inside without running into a crowd at most times of the day, your best bet is to arrive as early as possible and head for the “soaring” bridge. Here you’ll have the best view of the Kremlin that the city has to offer. It’s also a great place to start the day. On your way there, you stop off on Red Square and admire St. Basil’s Cathedral. Metro station: Okhotny Ryad, Teatralnaya and Kitai Gorod 10:00 – 11:00: Eat breakfast at Dr. Zhivago restaurant This famous restaurant is located on the ground floor of the National Hotel and has windows facing the Kremlin. The menu includes modern takes on … [Read more...] about 24 or 48 hours in Moscow: Where to go and what to do in 2018
Aerial Moscow city panorama Legion Media We know how frustrating it can be with Booking.com, which offers hundreds of hotels at various prices. Let's find something suitable for your trip to Moscow. Some basic advice for travelers: Don't be afraid to book a hotel that’s not in the city center, even if it’s a little further out. But make sure there’s a metro station nearby. Even from the most distant metro stations it takes no longer than 30 minutes to reach the city center, and close to many of these stations you can find a nice park, be it Izmailovsky or the Soviet-era VDNKh, or perhaps an exceptional historical site or museum. In addition, the metro is also an important site that deserves to be enjoyed. Check out the interactive metro map here metro.yandex.ru. Hotel Astrus – $60-150* (next to Yugo-Zapadnaya metro station, red Line 1) Hotel complex in Izmailovo: Alfa, Beta, Gamma, Vega, Delta – from $40 … [Read more...] about How to choose a hotel in Moscow: Your guide for every travel occasion
Subscribe to these Insta pages to stay up to date with the hottest exhibitions in the country’s top cultural establishments. 1. State Tretyakov Gallery The State Tretyakov Gallery is Russia’s main museum of the national art; its treasures vary from ancient icons to modern art objects (New Tretyakov). Paintings from the Holy Trinity by Andrey Rublev and Kazimir Malevich’s Black Square are exhibited here. The museum’s Instagram shows both the work and active social life of the gallery including its visitors, new exhibitions, and social projects. Short lectures and adverts featuring Russian celebrities are also posted, like this one with popular singer Shnur diving head first into the Black Square . 2. Moscow Museum of Modern Art The first Russian state museum of modern art, MMOMA, has a unique collection of 20th century Russian avant-garde works. Many pictures were purchased at auctions and galleries in Europe and the U.S. before … [Read more...] about 10 Instagram accounts of Russian museums you should definitely follow