Must See Places For First TimersMoscow · 4 Items · Enrique Munoz
Handpicked by a Moscow Local Expert, we bring you our guide to 'Must See Places For First Timers'.
Gorky Park opened in 1928 and was the first holiday park in the Soviet Union with playgrounds, a sports stadium, exhibition halls and attractions for kids. During the 'perestroika' post-Soviet transition period, the focus was on commercial activities: kiosks, shops, amusement park rides and barbecue cafés were scattered around the park and an admission fee was charged. Now, the conc...More info
There are now open more than 200 bike renting stations around Moscow centre where you can rent a bicycle for a day, week, month and even the whole season. All the stations are located nearby the Boulevard circle: Tverskaya St, Gogolevsky Boulevard, Tzvetnoy Boulevard, Strastnoy Boulevard and others. It's right in the heart of the city, so there is a good chance to have a wonderful cycling tour ...More info
http://www.cck-ship.ru The Capital Shipping Company offers scheduled public cruises on the Moscow River from May till October. Cruises run every 20 minutes so there is plenty of opportunity to catch one all day long. A river cruise is an easy and affordable way to avoid the busy roads of the city centre while enjoying an unimpeded view of historic land marks of the Moscow such, as the Kremlin, t...More info
Moscow, Russia's capital city, is steeped in history and home to 20 million inhabitants. Hop on and off at key locations and explore Moscow at your leisure. The bus tour starts at Moscow's renowned Red Square which is home to the 16th Century St. Basil's Cathedral, one of the most famous pieces of architecture in the world, plus the constructivist pyramid of Lenin's Mausoleum. Travel over Bolshoy ...More info