Best Places to go in Moscow

At the intersection of the West & the East - Moscow bolsters nightlife, restaurants, and experience of a lifetime.

Planetarium

Stoleshnikov Pereulok (Shopping Street)

Ice Skating in Red Square

Garage Museum at the Gorky Park

GUM Store

Planetarium

Moscow's old star observatory - learn about the space exploration history at the museum downstairs and a 4D film about Moscow.

Stoleshnikov Pereulok (Shopping Street)

Gorgeous old pedestrian shopping street in Moscow now filled with high-end boutiques and cafes - with Nobu at one of the intersections.

Ice Skating in Red Square

Magical experience not to be missed if one is visiting Moscow in the winter months.

Garage Museum at the Gorky Park

Moscow's newest museum dedicated to modern art with most innovative of exhibitions. Check the schedule to see who's showing during your visit and have lunch or coffee at the cafe downstairs. And if you are visiting in the winter - enjoy the longest skating ring in Europe in the middle of this famous park.

GUM Store

Largest department store in Russia located directly on Red Square. The store now features Soviet themes all around with grocery stores, parfumeries, and Soviet-style cafeteria amongst the top designers such as Louis Vuitton and Bvlgari. Have some Soviet ice-cream at the many ice-cream stands inside, coffee at Coffeemania on the second level, and don't forget to look up at the gorgeous Galleria skylight.

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