Travel guide - Moscow
The economic and political heart of Russia, Moscow is the largest city in Europe. Although it is an important business centre, Moscow has also retained its traditional architecture which gives the city its charm. A visit to Moscow will naturally include a stroll around the famous
An ideal event to enjoy with friends, the
Discover the city with the family, and don't miss the
Moscow is of course a major cultural centre with particular emphasis on the performing arts. The best classical ballet corps in the world perform across Moscow.
Experience real Russian culture in the classical tradition with a visit to Moscow in summer during the
If you are searching for more unusual events, you might not know that Moscow hosts a
A stay in Moscow would not be complete without a visit to Arbat Street where numerous shops display traditional Russian souvenirs, from Russian doll (matryoshka ), to wooden jewellery boxes and fur hats (chapka).
Take the opportunity to try some of Moscow's culinary specialities such as the rassolnik, a traditional soup, or a solyanka a thick soupy stew, or perhaps nibble on some zakuski with your vodka... And if you fall definitively in love with Russia, the Trans-Siberian railway will take you to Vladivostok, although the journey will take you a week!