Mingle with locals in a square that is famous for associations with both poet Alexander Pushkin and a fast-food chain.
You can study the exhibits at Gulag History Museum, a museum with a storied past, during your trip to Moscow. Experience the acclaimed theater scene and fascinating museums in this culturally rich area.
Relax in one of Moscow’s prettiest parks and attend one of the numerous cultural events that are hosted in this historic location.
Learn about the local history of Moscow when you take a trip to Yeliseyev Grocery Store. Experience the fascinating museums and acclaimed theater scene in this culturally rich area.
Visit the most iconic square in Russia, which is bordered by many of the city’s most famous landmarks.
You can learn about the history of Moscow with a trip to Red Square. Experience the area's fascinating museums and acclaimed theater scene.
If you're spending time in Central Administrative Okrug, check out sights like Manezh Square or Moscow Arts Theatre and hop on the metro to see more the city at Okhotny Ryad Station or Teatral'naya Station.
Theaters, museums, and historic sites highlight some notable features of Moscow City Centre. Make a stop by Tomb of the Unknown Soldier or Kremlin Arsenal while you're visiting, and jump aboard the metro at Okhotny Ryad Station or Biblioteka Imeni Lenina Station to get around town.
The museums and coffeehouses are just a few things visitors like about Kitay-Gorod. Palace of the Romanov Boyars and Gostiny Dvor Arcade are worthwhile spots to check out, and you can hop on the metro at Kitay-gorod Station (Kaluzhsko-Rizhskaya Line) or Lubyanka Station to get around the larger area.
If you're spending time in Arbat, you might enjoy attractions like Pushkin House Museum on Arbat and Arbat Street. You might also enjoy the neighborhood's ample dining options before hopping on the metro at Smolenskaya Station to see more of the city.
The museums and cafes are just a few things visitors like about Krasnoselsky. Komsomolskaya Square and A.R.T.O. Moscow Theatre are worthwhile spots to check out, and you can hop on the metro at Komsomolskaya Station or Krasnoselskaya Station to get around the larger area.
You might enjoy the restaurants while in Basmanny. Proun Gallery is a notable sight, and you can get around town at Baumanskaya Station or Kurskaya Station to see more of the city.