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That chunk of territory now is a part of Gorky park. You can try and combine your visit but for more joy I would recommend to schedule Neskuchny sad as a separate visit. It is nice to go there during hot summer day to relax...More
This is a remnant of old palace park of the 19th century. A couple of historic buildings, one of them hosting the President of the Academy of Science, can be seen, but not visited. The park is very tranquil in mid weekdays, quite busy on...More
This is one of my favourite parks in the whole of Moscow, a city blessed with many lovely, green areas. Located next to Gorky Park and along the banks of the river, it is easily accessed. Although I like Gorky, I prefer Neskuchny because it’s...More
When one thinks of Moscow, they don't think of green spaces, most likely. Well, Neskuchny sad offers an incredibly large forest to get away from the hustle and bustle of the capital. For those of you that like to get some exercise in, plenty of...More
Head here for shade and a peaceful walk. A mostly wooded area, with nice paths and bridges. Wonderful all year round. The park shares a border with the much more hectic and busy Gorky Park, and works as a nice respite from crowds of young...More
This is one of the oldest parks in Moscow, if not the oldest. It is adjacent to the Central Gorky Park and already considered a part of it, although there are no more different parks than these two. Neskuchny sad began as an old park...More
Another Moscow gem. You can keep it at par with the Gorky park innterms of natural beauty. After the Red square trip, two thinks that you must do in Moscow are a visit to the Gorky park as well as Neskuchny Sad.
Oasis, in the...More