Set just outside the kremlin, right in the touristic heart pf the city so you really cannot miss this park. Eternal flame inside the park is another must.
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Aleksandrosky Sad Garden is a nice, quiet area to sit and reflect on the day. The tomb of the unknown soldier is here, also. There is a lovely fountain and nice shady areas to just chill.
We came especially to see this park and the Tomb of the unknown soldier. Also to buy tickets for the Kremlin and the Armory you walk through this park.
Always nice to walk in these gardens especially if the weather is good. The figures from Russian fairy tales near the fountains are very nice.
Visiting this park is nice at spring time, when all the tulips are blooming. If you are there at 10:00 or 18:00 hrs. you can watch changing of the guards ceremony, at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.
It is beautiful in the summer and spring. Multiple flowering garden beds, bushes and trees. Very relaxing walk and the site seeing activities.
A beautiful garden along the west wall of Kremlin. At the entrance we witnessed change of guards ceremony and strolled along the park. Tulips were in full bloom and made a pretty picture. Do visit the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.
A beautiful park running along the base of the Kremlin walls between the entrance to Red Square and up to and beyond the ticket office for the Kremlin itself. It has some beautiful shrubs and plants and lots and lots of benches to sit on...More
The gardens are adjacent to the Kremlin and are ideal to visit both day and night. In case of hot weather they offer a good place to escape the heat, which although very rare in Moscow can crop up occasionally.
Alexander Garden is a 10-hectare green space running the full length of the western Wall of the Kremlin in Moscow. This is a nice place to spend time before or after visits to the Kremlin and Red Square area attractions. The garden was originally designed...More