Malakhovka is a popular place to head to in Moscow as some of the city’s star attractions are close. Two of the most popular attractions here are the marvelous Kolomenskoye Church of the Ascension and the fantastic Izmailovsky Park and Market. If you have time, don’t miss the Lossiny Ostrov National Park and Bitsa Park.
Malakhovka has a number of museums, exhibits and show venues nearby that allow visitors to really get a feel for the area. In particular, you should make sure you check out the Central Armed Forces Museum and the Bunker-42 on Taganka. Book in for a lively show at the Tchaikovsky Concert Hall, the Obraztsov Puppet Theatre and the Moscow Durov Animal Theatre. Enjoy the fascinating displays at the Andrei Rublev Museum of Early Russian Art.
Holiday makers visiting the Malakhovka area will not want to miss out on the Graveyard of Fallen Monuments, the Yury Dolgoruky Monument and the Cathedral of the Archangel. The Cathedral of the Assumption offer those exploring Moscow the opportunity to better understand the role religion has played in the area. For history lovers, Moscow’s bygone days can still be experienced at Donskoy Monastery.
Grab your credit card and head to Atrium Mall and Old Arbat for a satisfying dose of retail therapy.
Watch local sporting heroes, the BC Triumph Lyubertsy, take to the field in the nearby SH Triumph. On match days follow the river of blue and white, to the stadium, then after the final siren sounds, join local basketball lovers at a nearby pub, bar or cafe and relive the games finest moments over a few cold beers.
When it’s time to put your feet up after a day spent exploring the delights of Malakhovka, check in to one of the area's range of short and long stay accommodation options. The Best Western Plus Vega Hotel & Convention Center, the Peter I Hotel and the Golden Ring Hotel are just three of the best places to stay while you are enjoying this special area.