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Everyone has to go to GUM. No need to buy - but you have to go. It’s a shopping mall rather than a department store but it’s very swanky and very nice. In the summer a glass of wine on the terrace by Red Square...More
Fantastic shopping centre on the Red Square. It looks like museum. You can come here just to walk around or to stay for coffee and enjoy the beauty of this place. I also recommend Stolovaya 57 on the last floor, a nice russian self service...More
At the heart of Moscow, near the Red square. Very well refurbished with design from the last century. Expensive boutiques and restaurants. Tax free for abroad visitors. Good place of you are addicted to shopping and perfect to sit and have some meals and drinks...More
You come here not only buy something, but to enjoy walking along the windows and looking at nice things. One of the best cinemas in Moscow!!! And enjoy a healthy food with a reasonable price in Canteen #57 on the third floor or go to...More
Unless you are a high end shopper and like large malls, not a must see. We were there in December and only tucked in to warm up.
If you like shopping and you like expensive stores check it out. Otherwise, I see no reason to...More
A very upscale shopping center in an old building by the Red Square, unlike any other I've seen. Only top brands so very expensive, but it's worth just walking around, and going to the very nice grocery store inside. It's like the Harrods Food halls,...More
Not at all comfortable for shopping, however the building itself is one of the most beautiful in Moscow. Toilets (Victorian) is worth a visit to see the work done on it. Lots of tourists so morning visit is recommended.
The most famous shopping mall in Russia for good reason. You might not buy much there - it is overloaded with designer outlets aimed primarily at wealthy locals - but the cafes, the ice cream and the vibe are excellent. It’s easy to navigate (lines...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’.