It is the city of domes, rich with activities offering something for everyone - from magical, mythical and sometimes surprising it's a city that will enchant everyone who visits..
The heart of Russia’s capital, Red Square is arguably Moscow’s most visited attraction. A key location in the city, surrounded by unforgettable sites such as the Kremlin, St.Basil’s Cathedral, Lenin’s Mausoleum and other celebrated attractions.
The Central Park of Rest and Culture Named After M. Gorky, to give it its full name, is one of the most famous places in Moscow. The park stretches along the banks of the Moscow River, and is divided into two parts. One part for fun and recreation the other a sanctuary of nature & formal gardens.
Visted by around 2.5 million visitors every year, Lenin’s Mausoleum houses a glass sarcophagus with the embalmed body of the legendary Russian revolutionary, Vladimir Lenin. While the mausoleum is comparatively small from the outside, it has hidden depths.
An evening at the Bolshoi is still one of Moscow’s most romantic and entertaining options for a night on the town. The glittering six-tier auditorium has an electric atmosphere, evoking over 240 years of premier music and dance.
Built to celebrate Moscow's 850th birthday in 1997, it is one of the largest Orthodox church in the world. One of the highlights of the Cathedral is the panoramic view from the 40-meter-high observation platform