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It is very beautiful, the atmosphere is so nice and even though it could be crowded, the music and the ambiance keeps you relaxed. A place where you can find many of the high end brands of fashion. The cafes and restaurants are very good,...More
I made a point to go to GUM because I thought it would be the same as in Minsk. But it’s not. GUM Moscow is an upscale “mall” of sorts where every single store is a boutique, with astronomical prices. It reminded me of all...More
What a place! Located in the heart of the Red Square this is a must see place when visiting Moscow. Amazing architecture, the place is fantastic. Any brand name you can think of is there. Very expensive but if you can afford it is definitely...More
GUM is a high end mall across the street from Red Square. It contains many restaurants and bistros. Stores are all high end so a great place to window shop. Restroom is on the upper level and you have to pay.
We had just spent a wonderful be it freezing cold snowy day enjoying the sights of Red Square and GUM provided a convenient respite. It has fabulous stores although it must be said mostly all high end designers. There are also a few places to...More
In Paris you have Lafayette in London you have harrods so in Moscow you have GUM. It's a very old building built in the 19th century if I'm not mistaken, and I only see escalators going up and coming down you need to walk down...More
Yes, in the third aisle on ground level there is a large delicatessen. The black sturgeon caviar is hugely expensive but the red salmon caviar is more reasonably priced. The Russian for caviar is ‘Ikra’.