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Save some weekend hours for this street market where you can bargain for a wide variety of already reasonably priced souvenirs, crafts, used books, Russian memorabilia and various types of nesting dolls.
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I was there around New Year and lots of stalls were open in spite of the cold. It is the place to buy souvenirs and all sorts of other things including antiques but be ready to bargain and be careful about the quality of what...More
This is a market for souvenirs. Market is on open area and has no any warm spaces to get warm, wear winter cloth! Many small shops with almost the same products. Better to go here with local friends if you want to see honest price:)
A must visit if you are in Moscow. The entire market is very colorful with gift and souvenir shops selling all kinds of items that you would want to buy. It is an enormous place, beside the gifts and souvenir shops there are handy-crafts, artists'...More
If you travel to Moscow, do not miss this. A journey in history. You will find everything you think and maybe weird.
It's amazing for collectors and even ordinary enthusiasts. From clothes to guns and supplies left over from World War
This was my third visit to the market. I came a couple of years ago in the summer and found that the summer is definitely a more exciting time to visit. However, I wanted to buy some Russian dolls to take back to my family...More
I was on the outskirts of Moscow with a friend, so we decided to stop in. It was later in the day (week day) and a lot of stalls were closed. Despite this, there were still enough open to look for that "perfect" matryoshka. I...More
It was a very good experience. I liked the market! You can bargen about the prices and you can buy real helmets and stuff from WWII. They also have different mini museums in the complex. A must see in Moscow.
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it is open every day but I don't think on Sunday. Saturday is the busiest but not necessary the best. On Wednesday is wholesale day and the shops open very early and close up earlier. Go in the morning every day because... More
it is open every day but I don't think on Sunday. Saturday is the busiest but not necessary the best. On Wednesday is wholesale day and the shops open very early and close up earlier. Go in the morning every day because depending on crowds and sales the shops start closing down early afternoon. You need to negotiate for lower prices, it is expected. The salespersons are usually very friendly and fun to negotiate with. There are no restrooms except in the mall closer to the metro. They have a nice food court there with bathrooms. Warm in winter and cooler in summer for a break.