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If you have the cash to spend on Fendi or Gucci, this is the place for you. This shopping complex is adjacent to the Red Square. You can have lunch in the shopping centre, then browse all the expensive bags and shoes.
It is not really a store but a delightful shopping "arcade", the architecture is delightful and it is fun to stroll around remembering that once this was the sole territory of the Soviet elite.
Some great cafe's which are actually well priced.
It's just a mall,like the pretty ones you find in Europe, with the same shops, at the same price. Nothing typically Russian, except the cafeteria on the top floor, cheap,charmless, with lousy food.
Not worth a detour.
The GUM (Gosudarstvenny Universalny Magazin). Moscow's largest department store, located on Red Square, is today a sparkling and swank arcade with more than 1,000 stores, hawking every major designer label on the world, and a very far cry from Soviet days when,it was infamous for...More
What beautiful shops! The variety of stores and the quality of the products are impressive. During the New Year's holiday season, the GUM shines in all its colors! We appreciated the merchants' welcome and the customer service. All could serve us in English. A must...More
We were there during the Christmas season and it was filled with Christmas goodies. It was decorated beautifully. It is a large shopping center with many upmarket stores. There are many outlets where you can eat. We however just got an ieream which appear to...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’.