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Moscow Shopping Guide

Moscow offers visitors a unique shopping experience featuring both boutique shops and designer stores. Along with shopping centers full of international brand names, you can also spend your rubles at markets, standalone independent stores, luxury mini malls, and repurposed warehouse factories. From hot new Russian designers to household name brands, these are the best areas to visit when taking in Moscow's shopping scene.

Red Square

Moscow's Red Square and the Kremlin welcome visitors from all over the world. But beyond all the history, this top tourist sight also has some amazing shopping opportunities. Facing the square, the GUM government department store has three levels of stores to explore, as well as a magnificent fountain to view. This beautiful stately building, which was built beginning in 1799, is an iconic spot in the city. Continue just a few more minutes on foot to the Okhotny Ryad mall, an underground shopping center which stocks many international brands as well as a grocery store. For more refined tastes, visit Tsum, a high-end luxury retailer also close to red square.

Top Places to Shop in Moscow
Danilovsky Market
498 reviews
Local markets are always a great place to see normal daily life in a new city. At Danilovsky Market in Moscow, you'll find lots of fresh produce, spices, and plenty of delicious lunch options.
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Tsvetnoy Central Market
104 reviews
Tsvetnoy Central Market has a huge range of products and services available beyond the usual mall offerings, including interior design stores, an art gallery, and a florist.
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Gorbushkinskiy Market
48 reviews
For all things electronic, head to the Gorbushka market, housed inside a former factory. Here you can barter with many merchants selling DVDs, CDs, and appliances.
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Perlov Tea House
69 reviews
The Perlov tea house was constructed in the late 1800s to resemble a traditional Chinese pagoda tea house. After refurbishments, it is now a popular tourist spot to sample and buy many types of tea.
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Flacon Design Factory
101 reviews
At the Flacon Design Factory, an old disused warehouse building has been reimagined as a trendy shopping venue. Coffee shops, streetwear designers, and modern boutiques are all showcased here.
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Aviapark Mall
343 reviews
Aviapark is the largest mall in Europe, even though it has fewer stores than some other shopping centers. Here, you'll also find a kids' park, restaurants, and an enormous fish tank.
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Ponaroshku Toy Store
13 reviews
Ponaroshku is a small chain of Russian toy stores where every item selected for sale has been carefully chosen with conscious effort and collaboration with educators and child psychologists.
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Mall Yevropeyskiy
274 reviews
This enormous mall features more than 500 stores and even has a sauna and ice rink. Different areas inside the mall are named after famous European cities, like the Paris and London atriums.
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Tsum
327 reviews
Luxury lovers will enjoy shopping from high-end retailers at Tsum, opposite Karl Marx Place and across the street from Red Square. Retailers include Rolex, Burberry, Hugo Boss, and Gucci.
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Vegas Kashirskoye Shosse
81 reviews
For a taste of the USA, pay a visit to the Vegas mall. Not only will you find American brands and stores, but you'll also see replicas of famous U.S. landmarks and even a police cruiser.
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Okhotny Ryad
269 reviews
In the heart of the city close to Red Square, you'll find the Okhotny Ryad mall, which stocks international athletic brands like New Balance and Nike. Look up at the world clock mural on the ceiling.
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Izmailovsky Market
1,044 reviews
Shop for handmade crafts, unique souvenirs, and beautiful creations at the Vernissage in Izmailovsky Market. Everything from fur hats to antiques and traditional toys can be found here.
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GUM
5,957 reviews
This grand building facing the Red Square was built in the 1800s and is known as a "Government department store." It has a cinema, restaurants, and more than 100 world-famous brands.
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KM20
1 review
Moscow's flagship concept store, KM20, is a three-story fashion emporium. Temporary art exhibits are held in the basement, while the restaurant and roof terrace offer a nice spot to enjoy a drink.
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Brand Store of Pastry Factory Bolshevik
43 reviews
Pick up some pastries and cakes from the Brand Store of Pastry Factory Bolshevik to enjoy back in your hotel or for a picnic. In colder weather, enjoy your treats in the cafe with a cup of coffee.
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Petrovsky Passage
35 reviews
When only the best will do, well-heeled Muscovites spend their rubles at Petrovsky Passage, a luxury mall with spa services, homewares, jewelry, and beauty products all sourced from high-end brands.
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Biblio Globus
246 reviews
This huge and popular book store stocks titles from around the world in many different languages. Regular sales offer big savings and even sometimes opportunities to get books for free.
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Detskiy Mir
57 reviews
This unique department store is spread over six floors and is dedicated to children. Find toys, children's clothes, and play areas all designed to appeal to children and the young at heart.
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Afimoll City
204 reviews
This mall has a petting zoo inside, as well as bowling lanes, laser tag, and lots of Russian and international brands to choose from.
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#2 of 556 Shopping in Moscow
Amazing building with loads of upmarket shops beautiful historic WC Free time for kids to shop Nice place to chill out , refresh and refuel out of the sun Surrounded by beautiful streets and gorgeous architecture...
It has everything & more, a vast stunning department store where you can pretty much buy anything, browse for hours, have a tea/coffee & amazing cakes, warm up Great history Everything is laid out so beautifully J...
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#3 of 556 Shopping in Moscow
It's a great palce to do grocery shopping, but what makes it great is the veriety of small street food restaurants from all over the world.
A large selection of prepared food vendors, we bought a delicious medley of food from a Moroccan place.
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#4 of 556 Shopping in Moscow
I have been here several times , It’s the biggest shopping mall in Moscow ,it consists of 350 stores plus fitness center , Auchan Supermarket ,Banks , dozens of cafes including fast food,Italian cuisine,Russian cu...
Super easy to get and extremely comfortable to shop (it’s huge with super high ceilings and generally huge space everywhere).
#5 of 556 Shopping in Moscow
There are so many activities, shops, food courts and specialty cafes to suit everyone.
They have floors and floors of international kids toys, clothing etc and even have a big screen set up for kids to watch Disney cartoons.
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#6 of 556 Shopping in Moscow
There is a small cafe and a souvenir shop.
If you are not in hurry, take your time in small and cozy café, enjoying while reading some books in their library.
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#7 of 556 Shopping in Moscow
Lots of stalls selling local crafts - some better than others You need to know your price so you can bargain Some really good local crafts You can also walk around the Kremlin and there are lots of places to eat N...
... a whole afternoon wandering the Market with my native Russian-speaking friend/guide -- so very many interesting things to browse/shop, ranging from flea-market goods to quite high-quality souvenirs and gifts.
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#8 of 556 Shopping in Moscow
The souvenir shop 'Skaza' has very friendly staff who help us tourist to select things to take back home for our loved ones special commendation to Jacques.
The support staff was great, especially, Alina who helped me pick gifts for my family members and helped with translation.
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#10 of 556 Shopping in Moscow
If you wanted to do you grocery purchase during your Moscow stay, Yeliseev's Food Hall could be your only choice.
Unique way of food shopping
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#11 of 556 Shopping in Moscow
Old Arbat Street is the art street in Moscow, you can see many street performers, flash mobs, artists, mascots and gifts shops as well as pubs, restaurants and coffee shops here.
There are plenty of souvenir stores (with good prices and many choices), small entertaining museums for fun, Starbucks coffee and other coffee shops and restaurants, street artists and so on.
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#13 of 556 Shopping in Moscow
It's just 10 minutes walking from Radisson Building, I could say it's the best Mall in Moscow in terms of numerous shops, brands, food court restaurants and cafes, it gives you a delightful shopping experience in...
Located right across from the Kievsky railway station, this mall is perfect for any occasion: meet a friend, shop or just hang out.
#14 of 556 Shopping in Moscow
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#15 of 556 Shopping in Moscow
Very nice Mall near red square Good for shopping all brands are there All types of items are available Food court in mall is superb Must visit
There is ALLOT of shops, you can pretty much find whatever you are looking for here.
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#16 of 556 Shopping in Moscow
They're are enough shops there to satisfy even the most avid shopper, there is a huge food court with lots of both fast food type chains and proper restaurants, there is a cinema with undubbed, original sound, the...
If you are lucky like me u may find shops with discounts at their peek from the world class brands....the mall is big and ideal for shopping...
#17 of 556 Shopping in Moscow
I loved the gift shop too- which in my experience can be poor.
#18 of 556 Shopping in Moscow
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#20 of 556 Shopping in Moscow
If you wanna see treasure interior in the middle of the normal shop, and buy something in the unnormal shop- come here!
Beautiful chandeliers light this luxurious food shopping experience.
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