Things to do in Moscow

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  • 1

    Red Square and Kremlin

    64 reviews

    Moskovsky Kremlin — the most ancient part of Moscow, the main political, spiritual and religious and historical and art complex of the capital, the official residence of the president of the Russian Federation. It is located on the high, left coast of the Moskva River — the Borovitsky hill, at a confluence of the river of Neglinnaya of it. In ...

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    St. Basil's Cathedral

    65 reviews

    Personally, I thought this was the most interesting building in Moscow. Then again, maybe I'm just a sucker for onion domes - unsure. In any case, it's a nice piece of architecture.

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  • 3

    Gorky Park

    27 reviews

    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 ...

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  • 4

    Bolshoi Theatre

    22 reviews

    Beautiful and historic theater (in Russian Bolshoi literally just means big). Seeing the ballet here is an unforgettable experience. The Bolshoi recently reopened its main stage after being closed for renovations for several years, and it is one of the most ornate, romantic, beautiful theatres in the world.

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    Cathedral of Christ the Saviour

    21 reviews

    Modern reconstruction of a cathedral formally demolished in Soviet times and reputedly financed by a cigarette tax. We visited while a service was on and I could have spent ages in there listening to the singing. Also good for cheap authentic icons.

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  • 6

    Old Arbat Street

    19 reviews

    It's a nice little street, littered with trinkets and such. It isn't necessarily touristy, in the most commonly used sense of the word, but it certainly isn't very local either. In any case, you're bound to walk along it, as it's suggested in just about every tourist guide out there.

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    Ivan the Great Bell Tower

    14 reviews

    The Ivan the Great Bell Tower was built at the beginning of the 16th century. It is one of the most beautiful, if not the most beautiful bell tower in the world. The 200 ton Tsar Bell is right next to the Bell Tower, where it fell back during the fire of 1701.

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  • 8


    15 reviews

    Former Soviet department store now a shopping centre. Found it rather expensive and full of the sort of things I don't need.

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  • 9

    Lenin's Mausoleum

    17 reviews

    i want go in this place,..

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  • 10

    State Tretyakov Gallery

    9 reviews

    Housed in a fairy tale like building, this collection is very comprehensive, spanning Russian art from 1856 to the present. A large section is devoted to modern art, with the most famous name being Wassily Kandinsky.

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  • 11

    Mayakovskaya metro station

    7 reviews

    Completely unlike any other metro station you will find anywhere else in the world. Supposedly designed with civil defence in mind, but with some stunning art and chandeliers.

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  • 12

    Bar Strelka

    6 reviews

    Great place, specially the terrace when weather permits

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  • 13

    Novodevichy Convent and Cemetery

    7 reviews

    This is the place my grandma took me for walks when I was a little girl. I really loved the duck monument by the lake

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  • 14

    State Historical Museum

    7 reviews

    There's still a reluctance to just show it like it is. It's way better than it was in the 90's when it was still getting over being a Soviet museum. There still is a solemnity about it that I think shouldn't be there any more. It's still evolving.

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    5 reviews
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    Pushkin Museum

    5 reviews

    While the Tretyakov Museum is known for its exclusive Russian artistic works, the Pushkin Arts Museum is dedicated to foreign art (much of the art was seized by the brutal communist government from private Russian citizens during the lawless days of the communists) of the Enlightenment period up to the Impressionists and post-Impressionists.

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  • 17

    Ostankino Television Tower

    7 reviews

    it s a landmark that for Russian people it s a proud. because such tall tower which was made tens of yeas ago. it s symbol of soviet pioneer technology. as I know can t go and visit inside of it. and area around it is not clean and high level. but green. I mean in summer

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  • 18

    Sandunovsky Baths

    5 reviews

    You just can't go to Russia or most of Eastern Europe without visiting a public bath house. These places are tradition and this one is so beautiful that it still looks like it's only for royalty. It's the precursor to the modern spa, and it's a great place to go and experience true Russian tradition. Just make sure that someone ...

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  • 19

    Kazan Cathedral

    6 reviews

    Impressive building from the outside although it is supposedly a modern reconstruction. Due to time constraints I didn't venture inside and can't comment on that.

  • 20


    4 reviews

    Finalmente a casa)))

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