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Captivating, lavish and elegant— a few adjectives that perfectly describe modern day Moscow. Tracing its roots back to the 15th century, the Russian capital is arguably one of the most beautifully preserved cities. This splendid city cajoles wanderers with its vibrant cultural legacy, magnificent performing arts scene and rich history. Add to the mix, wild nightlife and spectacular culinary delights and Moscow makes for an enthralling vacation destination. Step onboard a last minute flight to Moscow and discover for yourself why it is counted amongst the world’s most mesmerizing cities.
Red Square– Nestled amid architectural marvels, this cobblestone plaza is the site where most of the city’s history unraveled. A mere market area until the 15th century, today, this beautiful square is surrounded by some of the city’s most revered points of interest such as Lenin’s Mausoleumm, St.Basil’s Cathedral, the Kremlin, and more.
Cathedral of Christ the Savior– Reconstructed in the year 1997, this imposing cathedral is truly a wonderful site. Book airline tickets to Moscow, head over to this cathedral and check out the iconic Christ Not Painted by Hand, by Sorokin, housed in its chapel. The painting is known to have miraculously survived the demolition of the old cathedral.
Gorky Park– Moscow’s premier green space, Gorky Park offers activities galore— fitness and yoga sessions, dancing, cycling, skateboarding, rollerblading, ping-pong, beach volleyball, boat tours and Segway. During the winter months, a major part of the park is converted into a skating rink. The park also houses the Garage Museum of Contemporary Art and an open-air movie theatre.
Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts– The largest foreign art museum in the city, the Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts consists of 3 divisions exhibiting artworks of talented painters and sculptors pertaining to ancient civilizations, Dutch Golden Age and Italian Renaissance. Its collection’s most striking items include artifacts of “Treasures of Troy” and Ancient Civilization along with Renaissance and Dutch artworks by Rembrandt, Tiepolo Veronese and Botticelli. Rent a car and vroom straight to this place and experience art at its best. You can also explore The Gallery of European & American Art, located adjacent to it that showcases a spectacular assortment of Impressionist and post-Impressionist paintings.
When to visit
April to May makes for the best time to explore the best of Moscow, thanks to comfortable temperatures, bright sunshine and affordable rates on hotel bookings. Winter season, though chilly is also a great time to visit the capital as this is when you get to experience the true allure of the city.
Vnukovo International Airport is the major airport serving the capital of Russia. It is located at a distance of nearly 20 miles from the city center.
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The Kremlin is another prominent point of interest in Moscow. Featuring a wide array of attractions, it is dubbed as the biggest active fortress in Europe. Get on a cheap flight to Moscow and head beyond the 7350 foot walls of the complex to explore 20 towers, 18 buildings, 5 squares and the world’s largest bell and cannon. A few of the other popular attractions in the city include State Historical Museum, Bolshoi Theatre, Tretyakov Gallery, GUM, Arbat Street, Sparrow Hills, Tsaritsyno Museum-Reserve, Ostankino TV Tower, Izmaylovo, etc.