Moscow is the capital of Russia. In 1156, Prince Yury Dolgoruky erected timber walls around Moscow, and a moat. He is generally regarded as a founder of Moscow, and his monument is among the most honoured in the city.

In 1755, Moscow University was opened, and in 1703, the first printed newspaper (“Vedomosti”) appeared. Moscow architecture reached its peak of perfection in the second half of the 18th century due to advanced Russian architects V.I. Bazhenov (Pashkov’s house), and M.F. Kazakov (the Senate building).

The present-day appearance of Moscow’s centre was founded after Napoleon wars in Europe. Thus, Alexandrov Garden and Theatre Square appeared alongside the Bolshoi and Maly theatres, as well as the buildings of Manezh and the First Gradskaya Hospital. The 19th century is known as a “golden age” for science and the arts, and Moscow was a birthplace for many famous artists, writers, painters and cientists. A number of outstanding politicians were also from the city. The world is familiar, of course, with figures whose talents and ideas made the glory of Russia: Pushkin, Gogol, Tolstoy, Chekhov, Herzen, Pirogov, Sklifosofsky, Vasnetsov, Serov, Levitan and many others.

Today, Moscow is the largest economic, political and scientific centre of Russia.

  • Federal district


  • GPS coordinates:

    55°45′21″N 37°37′2″E

  • Area:

    2511 square km

  • Population:


  • The highest point:

    Ostankino TV tower (540 m)

  • The lowest point:

    Park Pobedy metro station (90 m in depth)

  • Climate:

    humid continental

  • Language:



  • Red Square

    Red Square is a city square in Moscow, Russia. It separates the Kremlin, the former royal citadel and now the official residence of the President of Russia, from a historic merchant quarter known as Kitai-gorod. Red Square is often considered to be the central square of Moscow since the city’s major streets, which connect to Russia’s key key highways, originate there.

    The square was laid out in the 15th century. Until the middle of the 17th century, Red Square was known as “Pozhar” – the place destroyed by fire. The name “Red” (or “Krasnaya,” which means “beau- tiful” in old Russian) came in the mid-17thh century. The main architectural detail of the square was the Cathedral of the Intercession on the Moat – the Kremlin walls were surrounded by a moat. It later took the folk name of the Cathedral of St. Basil the Blessed.

    In front of the cathedral was a marketplace, also the scene of religious ceremonies, appearances by the tsar, and the announcement of court verdicts from the Lobnoye Mysto. The square is a lasting witness to Russia’s dramatic history. The Victory Parade to celebrate the defeat of Nazism was held there on June 24th, 1945.

  • Moscow Kremlin

    The Moscow Kremlin or simply the Kremlin is a fortified complex in the center of Moscow, overlooking the Moskva River to the south, Saint Basil’s Cathedral and Red Square to the east, and the Alexander Garden to the west. It is the best known of the Kremlins (Russian citadels) and includes five palaces, four cathedrals, and the enclosing Kremlin Wall with Kremlin towers. In addition, within this complex is the Grand Kremlin Palace that was formerly the Tsar’s Moscow residence. The complex now serves as the official residence of the President of the Russian Federation and as a museum with 2,746,405 visitors in 2019.

    The name “Kremlin” means “fortress inside a city”, and is often also used metonymically to refer to the government of the Russian Federation in a similar sense to how the “White House” refers to the Executive Office of the President of the United States. It previously referred to the government of the Soviet Union (1922–1991) and its highest members (such as general secretaries, premiers, presidents, ministers, and commissars). The term “Kremlinology” refers to the study of Soviet and Russian politics.

  • Christ the Savior Cathedral

    The Cathedral of Christ the Savior is a Russian Orthodox cathedral in Moscow, Russia, on the northern bank of the Moskva River, a few hundred meters southwest of the Kremlin. With an overall height of 103 meters (338 ft), it is the second tallest Orthodox Christian church in the world, after the People’s Salvation Cathedral in Bucharest, Romania.

    The current church is the second to stand on this site. The original church, built during the 19th cen- tury, took more than 40 years to build and was the scene of the 1882 world premiere of the 1812 Over- ture composed by Tchaikovsky. It was destroyed in 1931 on the order of Soviet leader Joseph Stalin. The demolition was supposed to make way for a colossal Palace of the Soviets to house the country’s legislature, the Supreme Soviet of the USSR. Construction started in 1937 but was halted in 1941 when Germany invaded the Soviet Union during World War II. Its steel frame was disassembled the follow- ing year, and the Palace was never built. Following the dissolution of the Soviet Union, the current church was rebuilt on the site between 1995 and 2000.

  • The State Historical Museum

    The museum of incredible beauty, dedicated to the ancient Rus’ and the imperial era, seems to be as old as the Kremlin. It was built until the end of the 19th century, and thanks to its neo-Russian style it does not look out of place among the other buildings in Red Square.

    The State Historical Museum on the Red Square was founded by the order of Emperor Alexander 2 in 1872. Built by architect V. Sherwood and engineer A. Semenov, the museum opened to the public in 1883.

    Today the State Historical Museum is the national treasure chest of Russia, storage of historical relics of the world. The history and culture of Russia from old times is represented by more than 4.5 million objects and more than 15 million of unique archive documents.

  • Tsaritsyno Museum-reserve

    The estate is known from the late 16th century when it belonged to Tsarina Irina, sister of Tsar Boris Godunov. It was called Bogorodskoye at that time. It belonged to the Streshnevs and then to the Gal- itzines in the 17th century.Tsaritsyno is located in the south of Moscow and includes an architectural complex of the late 18th century, Greenhouses, Historical Landscaped Park with ponds, and new park zones with Light dynamic fountain. The territory covers 405 hectares.

    The palace complex created as a suburb residence of Empress Catherine II. It was designed and built by the architect Vasily Bazhenov. Later the new Grand Palace by Matvey Kazakov became the center of the composition. The buildings were not completed. Work stopped after the Empress’s death.There are a history and architecture museum, a landscape park with an adjacent forest, an art museum, the Biryulyovo dendropark, and a cascade of the Tsaritsyno ponds.There are many pavilions, pergolas, arbors, artificial grottos, decorative bridges around the palace in the park. There are Russian Orthodox temple “Source of Life” and a modern recreation center with an upscale restaurant in the park.Ski and skating are available in winter and a climbing wall in the summer. There are trips around the park on an electric car along several popular routes. It is a great place for leisure and relax!

  • Ascension Church in Kolomenskoe

    Kolomenskoe, a former estate of Moscow grand dukes and Russian tsars, is located on the right-hand bank of the Moskva river. Today it is a museum-reserve, a monument of Russian architecture of 16th and 17th-century and is a favorite venue of popular festivities and theatrical shows featuring episodes of Russian history. The Church of the Ascension was built in 1532 in the imperial estate of Kolomenskoe, near Moscow, to celebrate the birth of the prince who was to become Tsar Ivan IV (‘the Terrible’). One of the earliest examples of a traditional wooden tent-roofed church made of stone and bricks, it had a great influence on the development of Russian ecclesiastical architecture.

    The church is of great importance for planning the town, as it dominates the surrounding architectur- al structures and landscape, and provides visual unity to all the elements of the estate. The Church of the Ascension is unsurpassed in its marvelous beauty and elegance it’s forms. It was built despite the strict canons of ecclesiastical architecture of the 16th century. Its a one-pillar construction, which is different from the usual five-domed structure of four pillars, that looks like a memorial sculpture with architectural features that incorporated the best of Byzantine, Greek, Roman, Gothic, and ancient Russian traditions. The example of the architecture of the Church of the Ascension in Kolomenskoe then became widespread all over the country shortly and later the tent-like style became the embod- iment of Russian national architectural tradition.

  • Spaso-Andronikov Convent

    Originally founded in 1320, this monastery is famous for its icon painting monk, Andrei Rublev who lived and died here in the early 14th century. Rublev is a well-known master that worked on the icons of the Kremlin’s Cathedral of Annunciation and many other churches. Today there is the Cathedral of the Savior, and the museum named after Rublev is housed in the adjacent Chapel of St. Michael Archangel.

    The walls of the 15th century Spaso-Andronikov Convent show traces from the hand of Andrey Ru- blev, buried at the site, and his friend Daniel Cherney. There are many burial places of great figures of Russian culture and art and monuments surviving from days of communist purges in the territory of the Convent. The children of families that were considered opponents of the system were kept in the convent during years of repression. The convent houses a unique collection of ancient icons and depicts the process of their creation, including the technology used in preparing boards and paints.

  • Novodevichy Convent

    Novodevichy Convent is one of Moscow’s most beautiful sights which was included in the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2004. Novodevichy Convent can be translated as New Maiden Convent. It was founded in1524 on the orders of Grand Prince Vasili III of Moscow to celebrate Russia’s recapture of Smolensk in 1514. The convent is dedicated to the Our Lady of Smolensk Icon. It was built as a fortified convent on the River Moskva. Later the convent served as a place of retirement or imprisonment for female members of royal family.

    Irina Godunova became a nun under the name of Aleksandra at the convent in 1598 and died there in 1603. Sofia Alekseevna, the sister of Peter the Great and former regent of Russia, was imprisoned here from 1689 up to her death in 1704. Most of the buildings in the convent and its walls date from around this time. In 1727, Tsarina Yevdokia Lopukhina (the first wife of Peter the Great) was permitted by her grandson Emperor Peter II to return from the exile in Schlisselburg and to settle at Novodevichy Con- vent. She died there in 1731. French troops were leaving Moscow in 1812 and they tried to burn down the convent, but the fire was put out by the nuns in time according to legend. The convent was closed in 1922 and reorganized as a museum which became a branch of the State Historical Museum in 1934.

  • Moscow State University

    Welcome to Moscow State University, the first Russian University founded in 1755 on the initiative of Mikhail Lomonosov, an outstanding scientist of the Enlightenment, whose unsettled encyclopedic mind and energy gave the inner impetus to the project. From the very beginning, elitism was alien to the very spirit of our community, which determined the University’s long-standing democratic tra- dition. Students irrespective of their background have been always admitted to University to further become our renowned alumni – famous scientists and scholars. And the students convene here, as they have always done, to study, to research, to push at the frontiers of knowledge.

    Today, the emphasis is on advancing the applied science: new materials, genetics, biomedicine, phar- maceutics, cognitive sciences, ecology, and information technologies. We work hard to preserve our heritage and develop our traditions of a comprehensive approach to higher education and science. Moscow University has a rich academic history. Yet the major commitment remains the same as it has been in centuries: to provide outstanding teaching, scholarship, and research. But what makes our University so lively is this intellectual spirit combined with inexhaustible curiosity.

  • Poklonnaya Gora

    Poklonnaya Gora in Moscow is one of the main attractions of the capital, which perpetuated the memory of those who died during the Great Patriotic War. This is a memorial park located between Kutuzovsky Prospekt and Minsk Street. It is a popular holiday destination for Muscovites and guests of the capital. The park is part of the Memorial of the Great Patriotic War of 1941-1945.

    In addition to the monuments dedicated to the victory in the Great Patriotic War, there is an opportu- nity to have a good rest. Both adults and children will find entertainment to their liking. You can come here with the whole family. Swings and various attractions work. Elderly people meet, walk around Victory Park, remembering the old days. You can make an excursion by driving on a road train. And young people will have a great time riding bicycles. Skaters and skateboarders are trained here. There is a cafe in Victory Park for the hungry.

    Huge floral clocks will tell you the exact time. In the summer, Poklonnaya Gora in Moscow is a place of folk festivals.

  • Ostankino TV Tower

    In truth, the most attractive thing in height is an opportunity to rise above the everyday routine and interim and to examine the movement of life from above.

    Therefore, tall structures symbolizing the drive of a modern person for progress attract a large num- ber of tourists all over the world. Interest in tower tourism became global after the foundation of the Global Federation of Great Towers, at the baseline of which was Ostankino Tower.

    Built-in 1967 upon the project of Soviet engineer Nikitin, N.V., Ostankino Tower, reaching the height of 540 meters, it became an architectural and engineering milestone of its time. Such known sights of Moscow city as Star boulevard, Akademika Korolyova Street, All-Union Exhibition of Achievements of National Economy (VDNKh), and “Ostankino” TV Center are close to the tower not only territorially. In the era of conquering new heights by a human being, Ostankino District became a progressive and cultural part of the city, and Tower became a symbol of its time and city.

  • Moscow City 360 Panorama

    PANORAMA360 offers breathtaking views of Moscow from a bird’s eye view. Windows 6 meters high and a 360 ° view give an unforgettable experience! Thanks to its location just 4 km from the Kremlin, you can see all of Moscow from a new angle! Poklonnaya Gora, Moscow State University, the White House and other attractions will be at your fingertips! For young and old guests, we organize fasci- nating interactive excursions that will introduce you to the history of Moscow and allow you to see the main sights from a bird’s eye view. And at the end of an educational trip, everyone will taste ice cream and chocolate from the factories located in the Federation Tower.

    The restaurant of European and author’s cuisine is located on the 89th floor of the Federation Tower. A special emphasis for gourmets in the restaurant’s menu is unique buffalo meat dishes grown at El- lafarm. A projection light show in three minutes not only acquaints visitors with the history of Moscow but also allows them to be in the center of bright events. The image created on the walls and floor of the site is as realistic and almost tangible as possible. Welcome to Russia for impressions!

  • Bolshoi Theatre of Russia

    On 28 March 1776, Catherine II granted the prosecutor, Prince Petr Urusov, the “privilege” of “main- taining” theatre performances of all kinds, including masquerades, balls and other forms of entertain- ment, for ten years. And it is from this date that Moscow’s Bolshoi Theatre traces its history.

    The Bolshoi building, which for many years now has been regarded as one of Moscow’s main sights, was opened on 20 October 1856, on Tsar Alexander II’s coronation day. On 29 October 2002, the Bol- shoi was given a New Stage and it was here it presented its performances during the years the Historic Stage was undergoing massive reconstruction and refurbishment. The reconstruction project lasted from l July 2005 to 28 October 2011. As a result of this reconstruction, many lost features of the historic building were reinstated and, at the same time, it has joined the ranks of most technically equipped theatre buildings in the world.

    The Bolshoi Theatre is a symbol of Russia. It was awarded this honor due to the major contribution it made to the history of the Russian performing arts. This history is on-going and today Bolshoi Theatre artists continue to contribute to it many bright pages.

  • Kuskovo

    Kuskovo is an outstanding palace-and-park ensemble. In the 18th century, ceremonial receptions and grand gatherings turned it into a summer out-of-town pleasure house of Petr Sheremetev. Nowadays Kuskovo Estate is an official museum of Russian architecture, ceramic, and sculpture. The Palace is the center of the ensemble, which preserved the layout and decorative interiors, consisting of first- class works of Russian and Western European fine art; a unique collection of painting of the 18th cen- tury, gift portraits of Russian emperors and several generations of the owners of the estate.

    The museum organizes 3-4 stationary stock exhibitions each year. The old traditions of the manor’s hospitality are being revived, the museum has excellent opportunities for organizing and conducting theater and entertainment programs, receptions, and festivities. In the summer, concerts and music festivals are held in the dance hall of the Palace with the participation of Russian and foreign perform- ers. The splendor of architectural monuments, genuine interiors, a park, and a unique collection of ceramics and glass will allow visitors to get an unforgettable experience, immerse themselves in the world of an old Russian estate.

  • Pushkin State Museum

    The Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts is the largest museum of European art in Moscow, located in Volk- honka Street in the old part of Moscow, built-in 1898-1912 from the design of the architect R.I.Klein. The museum’s collection today has about 5000 paintings, 350000 drawings and engravings, 100000 coins and medals. The museum’s permanent display includes three main sections – Ancient Egypt, Greece, Italy, Rome, and the Nothern Black Sea Cost in the classical period; famous works of sculpture of the period of Middle Ages and the Renaissance; works of West European painting and sculpture from the Middle Ages to the present time.

    The work on the Museum Quarter of the Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts started in the late 2000s in recognition of the 100th anniversary of the museum. In 2008, the government of the Russian Fed- eration allocated funds for this project. From 2014 to 2019, museum buildings underwent reconstruc- tion and adaptation, and the Depository, Restoration, and Exhibition Center is under construction. In 2019-23, the Main Building of the Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts will be reconstructed. After the reconstruction, nine museums will operate in the Museum Quarter. Spaces will be created in every museum for permanent and temporary exhibitions, depositories, shops, lecture halls, public zones, and cafés.

  • The State Tretyakov Gallery

    The State Tretyakov Gallery is a museum of world significance with collections running into many thousands of works of art, from Old Russian icons to contemporary paintings. The collection of the Tretyakov brothers was opened to the public as a private museum in 1874 and it immediately became widely popular.

    It includes such great masterpieces as the famous Old Testament Trinity, the only original icon by An- drei Rublev, many other icons attributed to Andrei Rublev and Theophanes the Greek, and a collection of outstanding works of 16th-century Russian icon-painting. The next section of the gallery is devoted to the second half of the 19th century, especially paintings of Russian realistic art (Peredvizhniki).

    Check out the best works of Russian art from different eras and authors. Currently, the collection includes more than 180 000 pieces and is regularly updated. The Collection presents major master- pieces from the permanent exhibition.


  • Ararat Park Hyatt Moscow

    Number of rooms: 205

    Distance to the city centre: 0,5 km

    Distance to the airport: Sheremetyevo – 30 km, Domodedovo – 50 km, Vnukovo – 30 km

    Address: 4 Neglinnaya str., Moscow, Russia, 109012


    Ararat Park Hyatt Moscow is located in the very heart of the capital, just a few minutes’ walk from its iconic landmarks such as the Kremlin, Red Square and Saint Basil’s Cathedral, and is within the immediate vicinity of the Bolshoi Theatre, Par- liament House, Moscow’s central business district and luxury shopping malls (TSUM and GUM). Its 205 tastefully furnished rooms were designed by the famous designer Tony Chi.

    The hotel prides itself on its Ararat Café that replicates an old restaurant on Neglinnaya Street in the 1960s. It combines tra- ditions of Armenian and contemporary cuisines; its authentic dishes are prepared using ingredients freshly delivered directly from Armenia.

    Ararat Park Hyatt has two restaurants, two bars, a beauty sa- lon, an indoor heated pool, a jacuzzi, a SPA (sauna, steam room, massage, facial and body treatments), a gym, a business cen- tre, Wi-Fi Internet access, babysitting services (upon request), 24-hour Concierge services.

  • Four Seasons Hotel Moscow

    Number of rooms: 180

    Distance to the city centre: 0,2 km

    Distance to the airport: Sheremetyevo – 30 km, Domodedovo – 50 km, Vnukovo – 30 km

    Address: 2, Okhotny Ryad, Moscow, Russia, 109012


    Just a few steps from the Kremlin and Red Square in Moscow’s historic heart, Old World glamour gets a contemporary spin at luxurious Four Seasons Hotel Moscow. Discover a bold reimag- ining of the legendary 1930s-era Hotel Moskva at a modern replica that puts destination dining and decadent SPA treat- ments in the spotlight.

    This exquisite hotel has 2 signature restaurants, a café, a bar, a tea room, SPA center (17 treatment rooms, Jacuzzi, sauna, steam room, massage, facial and body treatments) with an in- door heated pool and a beauty salon, a gym, a business center, 24h Concierge services.

  • Hyatt Regency Moscow Petrovky Park

    Number of rooms: 298

    Distance to the city centre: 8 km

    Distance to the airport: Sheremetyevo – 28 km, Domodedovo – 60 km, Vnukovo – 35 km

    Address: 36-33 Leningradsky Avenue, Moscow, Russia, 125167


    Hyatt Regency Moscow Petrovsky Park Hotel is a premium Moscow hotel for both business and leisure travelers, conve- niently located on Leningradsky Prospekt, with easy access to tourist attractions, restaurants, shopping and business centers.

    The hotel has an underground parking; a modern SPA center with an indoor pool; a beauty salon and a gym; a restaurant, a café and a bar; and other amenities that you would expect from a modern five-star hotel.

  • Lotte Hotel Moscow

    Number of rooms: 300

    Distance to the city centre: 0,5 km

    Distance to the airport: Sheremetyevo – 35 km, Domodedovo – 50 km, Vnukovo – 30 km

    Address: 8-2 Novinskiy Blvd., Moscow, Russia, 121099


    The luxurious LOTTE Hotel located in the very heart of Moscow offers 300 rooms and suites, including the largest Royal Suite in Russia, the total аrеа of which encompasses 490 m², as well as two splendid restaurants, an executive Club Lounge, three levels of underground parking, а state-of-the-art fitness club with a pool. LOTTE Hotel Moscow also boasts Wedding & Event Bureau – Russia’s first and only luxury hotel event boutique. The crown jewel of the hotel is its world-famous Mandara Spa, which combines ancient Balinese spa traditions with the latest achievements by Elemis and Bellefontaine.

    LOTTE Hotel Moscow is a part of The Leading Hotels of the World, the largest luxury hotel, resort & spa collection.

  • Radisson Collection Hotel

    Number of rooms: 501

    Distance to the city centre: 0,5 km

    Distance to the airport: Sheremetyevo – 32 km, Domodedovo – 50 km, Vnukovo – 30 km

    Address: 2/1 Bld. 1 Kutuzovsky Avenue, Moscow, Russia, 121248


    Discover Moscow from one of the iconic Seven Sisters. Located on Moskva river bank, Radisson Collection Hotel boasts grand and opulent interiors. Experience the elegant grandeur of its 501 stylish rooms, suites, and serviced apartments with unri- valed river views. Each room is uniquely decorated with luxuri- ous furnishings and high-end materials. Guests enjoy its great convenience in terms of transportation to all three airports and top attractions.

    The hotel has 19 elegant restaurants on its premises, a mod- ern SPA with an indoor pool, a panoramic bar on the 31st floor, and a flotilla of ten yachts offering year-round river cruises past Moscow’s major highlights.

  • The Ritz-Carlton Moscow

    Number of rooms: 334

    Distance to the city centre: 0,3 km

    Distance to the airport: Sheremetyevo – 30 km, Domodedovo – 50 km, Vnukovo – 30 km

    Address: Tverskaya Street 3, Moscow, Russia, 125009


    From the Kremlin view to caviar tastings, The Ritz-Carlton Mos- cow celebrates the mystery and decadence of Russia’s most recognizable city. Experience sheer luxury in every imaginable way, whether you toast your stay with a sabrage demonstra- tion, browse the collections of the hotel’s jewelry and fur gal- leries or simply savor the convenience of the hotel’s enviable address next to Red Square.

    Visit the award-winning O2 Lounge, the landmark rooftop restaurant, bar and terrace. Presenting unrivaled views over Red Square and the Kremlin, it offers the finest seafood, sushi and caviar coupled with a selective wine list and sophisticated house-mixed cocktails in a fashionable and chic setting.

    The Ritz-Carlton Moscow has 334 rooms (including 33 Club rooms and 35 suites offering additional premium ameni- ties and services), 2 restaurants, a café, an indoor pool and a jacuzzi, a SPA center (saunas, steam rooms, Ayurveda, mas- sage, scrubs, body wraps, aromatherapy, facial and body treat- ments), a beauty salon, a business center, a banquet hall (up to 700 people), 5 conference rooms (up to 200 people), Wi-Fi Internet access, 24-hour Concierge services, parking.

  • The St. Regis Moscow Nikolskaya

    Number of rooms: 210

    Distance to the city centre: 0,5 km

    Distance to the airport: Sheremetyevo – 30 km, Domodedovo – 50 km, Vnukovo – 30 km

    Address: Nikol’skaya Street 12, Moscow, Russia, 109012


    Enjoy unrivaled access to the historic landmarks and exclusive shops of Russia’s vibrant capital.   A luxury hotel in the center of Moscow, The St. Regis Moscow Nikolskaya builds upon the legacy of the brand established in 1904 by John Jacob Astor IV. A complex of historical buildings at an unrivalled location just a few minutes away from Red Square, the Kremlin and the Bolshoi Theatre, this is where aristocratic heritage meets con- temporary design.

    The hotel is 460 m from the Bolshoi Theater and 620 m from Red Square. It has two restaurants, a café and a bar, a cigar lounge, a SPA-center (massage, facial and body treatments) with a swimming pool, a gym, a business center, 5 conference rooms (up to 180 people), Wi-Fi Internet access, 24-hour Con- cierge services. The St. Regis Moscow Nikolskaya is the only hotel in the center of Moscow offering full Butler Service to every guest of every room type.

  • Renaissance Moscow Monarch Centre Hotel

    Number of rooms: 366

    Distance to the city center: 7 km

    Distance to the airport: Sheremetyevo – 25 km, Domodedovo – 50 km, Vnukovo – 35 km

    Address: Leningradsky avenue, 31A, bld.1, Moscow, Russia, 125284


    Renaissance Moscow Monarch Centre Hotel is perfectly placed in Moscow’s city center, this 5-star hotel is just moments away from noteworthy attractions including Red Square, Petrovsky Park, VTB Arena and Moscow Expocentre.

    Relax in the elegant rooms and suites, where complimentary Wi-Fi, spacious work desks, mini-refrigerators and bath ame- nities await. Ideal for vacations to Moscow, we also offer rooms with full kitchens.

    Refresh at on-site fitness center, make a splash in our indoor pool, unwind in our serene day spa and dine at our tempting restaurants. Showcasing flexible venues and impeccable plan- ning services, our hotel is also an inspired choice for a meeting or special event in Moscow. Come discover the endless charms of Renaissance Moscow Monarch Centre Hotel and earn miles of Marriott Bonvoy.

  • Hilton Leningradskaya Hotel

    Number of rooms: 273 including five ambassador suites

    Distance to the city center: 1 km

    Distance to the airport: Sheremetyevo – 30 km, Domodedovo – 47 km, Vnukovo – 33 km

    Address: Kalanchevskaya st., 21/40, Moscow, 107078


    Hilton Moscow Leningradskaya Hotel is located in one of the famous Stalinist skyscrapers in the central part of the capital. All rooms are decorated in a classic modern style. Each room has a work area with a desk, TV, tea and coffee making facili- ties, and toiletries. For the convenience of our guests, there is a restaurant that serves traditional Russian cuisine and a wide selection of wines, and there is a lobby bar also.

    The hotel is suitable for organizing business trips, meetings and seminars, the conference room has everything you need for work, including speakers and Wi-Fi access.

    The building is a 15-minute drive from Red Square and the Kremlin Museums. Train stations and Komsomolskaya metro station are a 5-minute walk away, which will help tourists to get to the places they need. To services of visitors: restaurant “Janus”, bar, fitness club, gym, indoor pool, spa, tour desk. The hotel has the ability to hold conferences, seminars and presen- tations, corporate events.

  • Crowne Plaza Moscow

    Number of rooms: 727

    Distance to the city centre: 6 km

    Distance to the airport: Sheremetyevo – 30 km, Domodedovo – 50 km, Vnukovo – 36 km

    Address: Krasnopresnenskaya Naberezhnaya 12, Moscow, Russia 123610


    Crowne Plaza Moscow – World Trade Centre hotel is one of Moscow’s leading business hotels. It is located near the House of the Government of the Russian Federation, the Expocentre exhibition com- plex and Moscow City business district, and overlooks the Moskva River. The historical centre of the city is within walking distance.

    The hotel’s central location is perfect for hosting business events. Natural light and professional equip- ment add comfort to its seven meeting rooms, including four VIP lounges on the 20th floor with pan- oramic views over Moscow. The hotel’s dining options include a restaurant, two cafés and two bars. Other amenities offered to travellers are a well-equipped fitness and wellness centre, free parking, an ATM, laundry services and other conveniences required from any 5* business and conference hotel.

  • Azimut Olympic Hotel Moscow

    Number of rooms: 495

    Distance to the city center: 1.5 km

    Distance to the airport: Sheremetyevo – 29 km, Domodedovo – 54 km, Vnukovo – 35 km.

    Address: Olympic prospect, 18/1, Moscow, Russia 129110


    AZIMUT Olympic Moscow is centrally located in Moscow within a walking distance from the Garden Ring, Prospect Mira and Dostoevskaya metro stations and next to the Olympic sports complex. Nearby is the Catherine Park – an ideal place for a walk and jogging. Free shuttle bus service is available to visit Moscow attractions such as the Kremlin and Red Square.

    The «Olympic» Restaurant serves a buffet breakfast, the renowned Bakery, «Paulaner» German Bras- serie with its own brewery, «495» Mediterranean Restaurant and «Jai Hind» gourmet Indian restau- rant. The hotel is the leading congress hotel in Moscow. At your disposal are 12 modern equipped con- ference rooms for seminars and conferences in Moscow. Business corner with a computer, internet and copy machines are available for business guests.

  • Doubletree by Hilton Marina

    Number of rooms: 270

    Distance to the city center: 10 km

    Distance to the airports: Sheremetyevo – 19 km, Domodedovo – 58 km, Vnukovo – 28 km.

    Address: Leningradskoe shosse, 39, building 1, Moscow, Russia, 125212


    DoubleTree by Hilton Moscow Marina Hotel is located in a business district of Moscow. It will take you only 30 minutes to get to the city center from the Hotel. The convenient location of the “Olympia Park” business center, “Metropolis” shopping and entertainment center, as well as the opportunity to get to the “Crocus Expo” center in the shortest time, will appreciate all the guests of the Hotel.

    All rooms are equipped with free minibar, tea and coffee machines, comfortable work area, TV, ironing facilities. There are 11 multifunctional conference rooms in the Hotel. You can visit the «La Veranda» restaurant with classic Italian and Japanese cuisine, the «ARTYASHOK» restaurant with traditional Russian and European cuisine, and the «Lobby Bar & Lounge». Hammam, Sauna, snow fountain, and beauty salon are in the Hotel. The «Chavana» Spa offers a variety of Wellness treatments, and the Fit- ness Center is equipped with modern equipment.

  • Doubletree by Hilton Vnukovo

    Number of rooms: 432

    Distance to the city centre: 30 km; 

    Distance to Vnukovo airport: 1 km

    Address: 2nd Reysovaya Street 2, Moscow, Vnukovo, Russia, 119027


    Conveniently located opposite the main entrance to Terminal A, DoubleTree by Hilton Moscow – Vnu- kovo Airport is also a short metro, bus, taxi or non-stop “Aeroexpress” railway shuttle ride from the city center. The hotel has 432 stylish guest rooms, including 28 suites, accessible rooms and a Presidential Suite, all equipped with HDTVs, ergonomic workspace, digital safes, free WiFi, tea/coffee making facil- ities, and 3-body-jet showers.

    DoubleTree by Hilton Vnukovo offers all amenities of a modern four-star hotel, including laundry ser- vices, parking, a restaurant and a lobby bar, an executive lounge, Concierge Services, Business center, a fitness area, a wellness center with a swimming pool and a Turkish bath as well as a range of event spaces including meeting rooms and two large ballrooms with floor-to-ceiling windows.

  • Art Moscow Voykovskaya

    Number of rooms: 260

    Distance to the city centre: 13 km

    Distance to the airport: Sheremetyevo – 18 km, Domodedovo – 60 km, Vnukovo – 27 km

    Address: Cosmonavta Volkova str., 6a, Moscow, Russia, 127299


    A modern cozy hotel where you will find everything you need for a comfortable stay for business or for leisure. It is located within a walking distance from Voykovskaya metro station and 30 mins’ drive to Sheremetyevo Airport. Distance to the Red Square – 9.5 km. Stylish and modern interiors create an atmosphere of art and inspiration. The hotel has over 260 rooms of different categories as well as all necessary infrastructure, including a restaurant, a bar and conference rooms.

  • Hanoi-Moscow Aparthotel

    Number of rooms: 250

    Distance to the city centre: 20 km

    Distance to the airport: Sheremetyevo – 27 km, Domodedovo – 63 km, Vnukovo – 54 km

    Address: 146-2, Yaroslavskoye sh., Moscow, Russia, 129347


    The Hanoi-Moscow aparthotel is situated in one of the most picturesque areas in Moscow, 30-mins’ drive from Sheremetyevo international airport. The Losiny Ostrov National Park is in the immediate vicinity of the hotel. The upper floor of the 22-storey hotel building gives breathtaking views of mag- nificent city landscapes on one side and a sea of greenery on the other. VDNKh (The Exhibition of Achievements of the National Economy) is just 15 mins’ away.

    All 250 rooms, regardless of category, are equipped with a kitchen with modern appliances, a set of tableware, and a washing machine in the bathroom. The hotel infrastructure provides the guests with everything they might possibly need: 3 restaurants and a café; a sports club, a beauty salon, car rental service and a car wash, Vietnamese acupuncture medical center, and even a 3-storey shopping center on its premises.

  • Kartmazovo Park Hotel

    Number of rooms: 119

    Distance to the city centre: 20 km

    Distance to the airport: Vnukovo – 13 km, Sheremetyevo – 50 km, Domodedovo – 48 km

    Hotel address: 4 Kiyevskoye Highway, Kartmazovo, Moscow, Russia, 142784


    Kartmazovo Park hotel is located at Kiyevskoye Highway, 5 km outside Moscow. The hotel has all room categories, the rooms are equipped with everything you need to make your stay comfortable and relaxed and enjoy clean air and the proximity to the airport. Meals are served in the Kartmazovo restaurant, which operates on a customized menu system. Here, guests can choose from European, Russian and Caucasian cuisine.

    Among the hotel’s facilities there are a sauna and a fitness center, a playroom for kids, a banquet hall to hold your event, and conference rooms.

  • Salut Hotel

    Number of rooms: 1091

    Distance to the city centre: 15 km

    Distance to the airport: Vnukovo – 15 km, Sheremetyevo – 45 km, Domodedovo – 47 km

    Hotel Address: 158 Leninskiy Prospect, Moscow, Russia, 119571


    Salyut hotel is the choice of many guests visiting Moscow, optimal for groups, as well as for individual tourists and business people. The complex is located in the South-West of Moscow, near Troparevo Park, a 5-minutes’ drive from “Yugo-Zapadnaya” metro station.

    Highlights nearby: MSU, the Sechenova First Moscow State Medical University, Expocenter on Krasnaya Presnya, Sparrow Hills, the Great Moscow State circus, the Luzhniki Stadium.

    The hotel offers: 2 large conference rooms and 5 meeting rooms; 8 restaurants serving Chinese, Jap- anese, Italian, Russian and European specialties; a billiards club; Parking, car rental, a medical center; Solarium; Luggage storage; beauty salon; fitness club; air ticket office; Bank branch; sauna; massage.

  • Park Tower Hotel

    Number of rooms: 330

    Distance to the city centre: 9 km

    Distance to the airport: Sheremetyevo – 21 km, Vnukovo – 49 km, Domodedovo – 58 km

    Address: 27 Dmitrovskoe highway, Moscow, Russia, 127550


    Park Tower Hotel is a modern hotel located in the North of Moscow and offering a wide range of ser- vices to business and leisure travellers.

    This 25-storey hotel has been recently renovated and now offers modern, meticulously designed rooms that feature everything for a comfortable stay, including air conditioning, a workplace, a pri- vate bathroom with toiletries, 24h room service, free WiFi, and a stunning panoramic view over the Ostankinskaya TV tower, the park nearby, or Moscow City high-rises. The hotel offers the following ser- vices and amenities: two restaurants, a café and a lobby bar, three well-equipped conference rooms, a gym, ATMs, a photo studio, a luggage storage room, guarded parking, multilingual friendly staff, and arranging of tours and transportation.

  • Prince Park Hotel

    Number of rooms: 387

    Distance to the city centre: 16 km

    Distance to the airport: Vnukovo – 18 km, Sheremetyevo – 47 km, Domodedovo – 42 km

    Address: 1B Block 1 Novoyasenevsky Prospekt, Moscow, Russia, 117574


    A modern hotel with a concept of a “city within a city”, located in the South-West of Moscow, close to Teply Stan metro station, Prince Plaza shopping mall, and MOREON water park nearby.

    It offers six room categories, from the budget Standard to the luxurious President, as well as round- the-clock room service, transfer to and from Moscow airports, laundry, Concierge services, a business center with meeting and conference rooms, a SPA on site, a gym a billiards and a karaoke club. Its Imperia restaurant serves Russian and European cuisine, and its stylish lobby bar is open 24 hours a day and serves à la carte.

  • Troparevo Recreation Resort

    Number of rooms: 60

    Distance to the city centre: 15 km

    Distance to the airport: Vnukovo – 16 km, Sheremetyevo – 45 km, Domodedovo – 45 km

    Address: 3 Akademika Bakuleva str., Moscow, Russia, 117513


    The resort gives its guests a perfect opportunity to forget about the city bustle and enjoy the tranquil- ity and care of its wellness professionals, while staying within a limited budget and having easy access to all means of transport.

    The hotel is located next to the metro station in the Southwestern part of the capital, in a green area of the city, in the immediate vicinity of the Troparevsky forest park. The advantage of the hotel is its convenient location and easy access to the main thoroughfares of Moscow. The complex is located near Leninsky Prospekt, a 5-10 minutes’ drive from the Yugo-Zapadnaya and Konkovo metro stations.

    The hotel has everything essential for a comfortable stay. Troparevo Recreation Resort is a real city in miniature with its restaurants and shops, including a jewelry salon, wellness and sports centers and other modern facilities.

  • SK ROYAL Hotel Moscow

    Number of rooms: 111

    Distance to the city centre: 18 km

    Distance to the airport: Sheremetyevo – 19 km, Vnukovo – 50 km, Domodedovo – 80 km

    Hotel Address: 163A bld.2 Dmitrovskoe highway, Moscow, Russia, 127495


    SK ROYAL Hotel Moscow is located in the north of Moscow, built in 2010 according to the most mod- ern technologies and standards. It’s a 25-storied tower with panoramic windows at the intersection of MKAD (Moscow Automobile Ring Road) and Dmitrovskoye Highway, 16 km from Crocus Expo, the largest international exhibition centre, and a walking distance from RIO shopping mall with its own oceanarium, exotarium, and cinema.

    SK ROYAL Hotel Moscow provides its guests with a full range of services for their perfect leisure ex- perience and successful business: 111 comfort rooms with free Wi-Fi, restaurant of European cuisine with 120 seats for business lunches, banquets and buffets, ballroom at the 25th floor for 220 people. SK ROYAL Hotel Moscow Conference centre offers four conference halls ranging from 70 to 300 square meters with all the necessary equipment.

  • Aminyevskaya Hotel

    Number of rooms: 223

    Distance to the city centre: 12 km

    Distance to the airport: Vnukovo – 20 km, Sheremetyevo – 40 km, Domodedovo – 52 km

    Address: 5 Aminyevskoe Highway, Moscow, Russia, 119530


    This modern hotel is located in the West of Moscow, in a quiet green area not far from Kutuzovsky Prospekt and Skolkovo Innovation center, close to such tourist attractions as the Novodevichy Con- vent, Sparrow Hills, Poklonnaya Gora and Borodino Panorama, and only 20 minutes’ drive from Red Square.

    All rooms are equipped with modern furniture, electronic keys, desk-telephones, an LCD TV, free wired internet, kettles and tea/coffee sets, mini-refrigerators and ventilators.

    The hotel has a restaurant serving European cuisine: buffet et à la carte, a banquet hall, a business center, a conference room, Wi-Fi available in all areas, a safe, luggage storage, ATM on site, facilities for guests with disabilities, laundry, dry cleaning, airport shuttle, free parking.

  • Cosmos Hotel

    Number of rooms: 1117

    Distance to the city centre: 10 km

    Distance to the airport: Sheremetyevo – 27 km, Vnukovo – 41 km, Domodedovo – 63 km

    Address: 150 Prospect Mira, Moscow, Russia, 129366


    The legendary Cosmos Hotel is located on Prospekt Mira – one of Moscow’s arterial roads, in a large green area – “Losiniy Ostrov” National Park, and right opposite the iconic VDNKh, the main exposi- tion complex of the country since the Soviet times. Cosmos Hotel has significant historic importance. It was built to accommodate foreign tourists and delegations. For the purpose of surveillance over foreigners and their guests by the KGB, some of the rooms used to be equipped with surveillance devices.

    The hotel has 8 restaurants, a café and a bar, a business center, conference and meeting rooms, as well as wellness facilities: indoor pools, a gym, SPA with a Turkish bath and a sauna, as well as Con- cierge services, laundry, a beauty salon, a souvenir shop, a night club, a library and a medical center.


  • Children’s world

    In June 2017, the Central Kids’ Store on Lubyanka celebrated its 60th anniversary. The largest chil- dren’s shopping mall has become an important milestone in the history of our country, a symbol of a happy and carefree childhood. Today it is a unique complex for family and children’s leisure, a shop- ping center with a full range of goods and services:

    • 91 shops of toys and goods for children
    • 7 entertaining zones that help to gain new knowledge in a playful way
    • 22 restaurants
    • weekly entertainment and educational
  • Dream island

    Dream island is the first world-class indoor theme park in Russia and the largest one in Europe. On its territory, you will find 9 fairy-tale worlds with most famous cartoon characters, a city promenade and a landscape park.

    Here you can fight villains next to the Ninja Turtles, or see how the inhabitants of the mysterious Transylvania Hotel live, or go to the mysterious island of the dinosaurs with Mowgli. You can walk along the streets of Rome, Barcelona, London and Beverly Hills, take pictures against the back- ground of world attractions and go shopping along the city’s promenade, under giant glass domes. For outdoor recreation, we recommend visiting the landscape park with its children’s playgrounds and sports fields.

    A ticket to the Dream Island will allow you to have an incredible adventure with your loved ones, as well as unlimited access to the rides.

  • Moscow circus

    Visit one the oldest and by far the most famous circus in Russia. Within its historical walls (the build- ing was completed in 1880) shows were put on by the most famous artists and circus dynasties, the names of many of them have become a legend.

    The Moscow Circus on Tsvetnoy Boulevard stages new attractions, performances, pantomimes and children’s shows. Today the audience hall of the Circus can accommodate over 2 000 persons.

  • Moskvarium on VDNH

    Moskvarium on VDNKh, one of Moscow’s main attractions, rates among the most popular places for family time both among Muscovies and tourists.

    Moskvarium is a theme park featuring a unique water show and one of the largest aquariums in Europe, with more than 12 thousand aquatic inhabitants on display.

    It is also the Center of Oceanography and Marine biology, that’s focused on popularizing envi- ronmental care and protection of the world’s oceans, obtaining new knowledge, and developing new social initiatives.


    Moscow is one of the world ‘s most popular destinations for shopping, and a true hunting ground for fashionistas. Visit upscale department stores and boutique galleries, located in the heart of the city, for a full range of luxury brands as well as the highest level of service.
    You will find all of the world’s High Street brands in big shopping malls, such as Aviapark, that houses the largest aquarium in Eastern Europe.


  • La maree

    La Maree

    La Marée menu is a real marine encyclopedia, so even the most experienced gourmet will discover some new clam, crustacean or rare wild fish. La Marée is a truly unique project not only for Russia, but for the entire world. Here you will be offered a classic French-style oyster set, a crudo of raw fish in Italian and sashimi in Japanese style – all on one plateau.

    The restaurant is headed by the brand chef of the La Marée chain, Abdessattar Zitouni, who has forty years of experience in the world’s best restaurants. Zitouni has worked for the Four Seasons hotel chain for many years and has been creating gourmet masterpieces for La Marée for 8 years. He supervises the kitchens of three restaurants in Moscow, one in Saint Petersburg, and one in Monaco.

  • White rabbit

    White rabbit

    Located in the very heart of Moscow, White Rabbit is a world-famous project of Russia’s eminent restaurateur Boris Zarkov. A visit to this restaurant takes guests to a new level of gastronomic bliss.

    Here Russian cuisine goes in unison with the latest gastronomic trends, and Russian traditional ingredients rise to the height of recognized delicacies.

    Each dish in the menu is the result of long-distance expeditions and the most careful handling of traditions.

    What’s more, White Rabbit boasts perhaps the best panoramic view over the historical center of the capital from the 16th floor of Smolensky Passage.

    One of the halls of White Rabbit is Chef’s Table — the first and only gastronomic theater in Russia. Resident chefs present new sets, and world-renowned guest chefs bring their own tast- ing menu. Here, chefs communicate their philosophy through their culinary masterpieces as well as personal interaction.

  • Sakhalin


    Sakhalin restaurant is a project of Russian prominent restaurateur Boris Zarkov and the White Rabbit Family brand chef Vladimir Mukhin.

    Here the focus is a variety of seafood straight from the Russian Far East: shells, crabs, shrimps and fish along with a unique 360-degree panoramic view of Moscow.

    Sakhalin is all about Gastronomy as an art, where perfection of performance is achieved under the conductor’s baton of taste. It is a restaurant that plays the music of seas and oceans.

  • Turandot

    The Turandot restaurant serves Pan-Asian and European cuisine.

    The combination of Eastern culinary traditions with the Western approach, the synthesis of the most interesting elements of different gastronomic cultures continue the game set by the restaurant’s unique interior, made in the European “Chinese” style of the XVII–XVIII centuries.

    Since 2008, the Turandot kitchen has been headed by Dmitry Eremeev, who previously worked for the Presidential Administration of the Russian Federation and the famous Cafe Pushkin restaurant. This brilliant professional is always in tune with the latest gastronomic trends, striving to adopt the best of the world ‘s experience.

  • Cafe Pushkin

    After touring Moscow some 50 years ago, the famous French chansonnier Gilbert Bécaud wrote a song about Café Pushkin. The song became incredibly popular in France; the French were looking for “Pushkin’s Cafe” when they came to Moscow, but could not find it, for it was only Bécaud’s poetic fantasy. It was this song that inspired Andrei Dellos, one of the most prominent Russian restaurateurs, to open a restaurant that revived the Russian cuisine of the past centuries.

    Cafe Pushkin opened in 1999 in a Baroque mansion on Tverskoy Boulevard. Gilbert Bécaud performed his famous song at its grand opening.

    The main menu of the restaurant was compiled after a year of culinary experiments and a detailed study of hundreds of old recipes. Today it offers Russian and French courses of the Golden Age.

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