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- 98%Art & Design Lovers
- 51%Outdoor Enthusiasts
Member Reviews (26)
- Gorky ParkMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 6Oct 22, 2013
The closest equivalent of a Central Park, Gorky Park is a go-to destination in Moscow at any time of year. I was there in the winter, when it hosted an epic ice skating rink and giant lit tree. The Garage Center for Contemporary Culture opened there in 2012, and it also hosts a slew of cafes. Moscow can be a bit hectic so the park is a nice place to relax in the middle of the city.Recommended for:Art & Design Lovers
- Gorky ParkSep 05, 2012
it s a cool place to come in the afternoon. sit and drink a beer and walk around. green area and also a small park which has some machines including a huge fun fair which will give you an excellent view of Moscow city from above. it s located near Cosmos hotel and some memorial landmark for space exploration in soviet times.
- Gorky ParkSep 02, 2012
Gorky Park has something for everyone-- from running groups, to roller blading, to art events and a wide variety of restaurants and bars. Great place to spend a few hours strolling around, or as a destination for dinner and nightlife. Love the range of dance floors right on the river. Rumba, salsa, and hustle are the popular dances, and the locals are quite good!
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- Gorky ParkAug 05, 2012
The best park in Moscow at this moment. Great changes in last two years made this place ine of the most popular for citizens and tourists.
You can walking, relax in cafes or right near lakes, riding bycicle, or rent tandem, skateboard, ect.
Beautiful cinema with out roof and bmx park right here near Moscow river.
- Gorky ParkMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersBusiness Travelers+ 4Aug 05, 2012
I visited Gorky Park in 1993 and I must admit, I was a bit underwhelmed. I mean, it was nice, but nothing like I had thought it would be. I watched a young Russian lady slip on the ice and land on her back and when her head hit the ground it made a cracking sound. Astonishingly, she stood up and walked away as if nothing happened. That's when I realized that the Russians are the toughest people in the world.