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Yakimanka acts as Moscow’s evergreen lungs with prime beaches on the Moscow river. All the benefits of visiting and living in Yakimanka are gathered at the Moscow river embankment – three parks: Gorky, Muzeon and Neskuchny garden shape this green stripe with museums showing the hippest contemporary art. The area is full of activities for your eyes (museums), mouth (restaurants) and feet (sport and dance-wise). Access anywhere is easy, just hop on a river boat and continue your journey throughout the city.
I wanted to visit this museum for a very long time. I’m Russian and I grew up on the most of the paintings that are in this marvelous collection. I came here with my husband, who is a foreigner, and we both really enjoyed the time we spent here. In fact, he said it was the top of all things...
This fantastic museum is another must see if you are visiting Moscow and you love modern art. It’s a bit far from the main State Tretyakov Gallery, but it’s totally worth a trip. You will see many famous paintings here, the collection is wonderful! Besides, there is a lovely garden outside the building that contains many beautiful statues and sculptures...
Very spacious park with great view of the Moscow river and Peter the Great statue. Many many old statues scattered all over the place, not very informative though only the names of the pieces and the artists are written and some were placed backwards (I don't know why). With the trees and the open space, I am sure it is...
A small, charming house, dedicated to wonderful Russian portraitist Tropinin and painters of his circle. It has a small permanent collection as well as temporary exhibits. Staff is friendly and helpful, and guides very knowledgeable.
It is located in the pleasant neighborhood of Zamoskvorechye, a peaceful,historical area with beautiful churches and lovely old wooden houses here and there.
Not what I expected to be for sure. Nice beers, good prices, awful Greek gyros (just pieces of chicken fillet). We had also 2 portions of houmous, which one of them was served with an old pitta. Maybe was a bad day, I don't know.
$$$$ • European, Seafood, Central European, Contemporary
"Nice place for dinner with kids"
reviewed August 29, 2019 by Olga Z
The place got a really nice kids indoor playgound and the adults can sit nearby and watch the kids.
The food was mostly good, except for one dish. The cocktail was totally not as expected but the waiter was kind enough to change it for another drink (changing food and drinks isn't popular and not always accepted in Russia).
This lovely restaurant is one of my favorites in Moscow!
I love the cozy, quiet ambiance, the lovely staff, and of course the food!
Their cream of wild mushroom is to die for, their foccacia is crispy and delicious, the buckwheat with porcini mushrooms and parmesan emulsion is a vegetarian's delight, and their fresh vegetable juices are heavenly!
We stayed in this hotel a lot back in 1998-2003, and I allowed myself a treat to return out of pure nostalgia. I was not disappointed:
The hotel is heavily secured and there is NO WAY the security lets you in without seeing your room key or your reservation confirmation.
It's a giant building located in central Moscow and by...
I spent 2 nights in this beautiful hotel. The location is great, since it's a 15-minute walk from the red square and very close to a street full of restaurants and bars.
Also very close to a metro station.
At the same time it's located in a very quite street and neighborhood.
Its home furnishing looks really good with some...
Over all hotel is good.
I very much enjoyed staying at this hotel.
But Room equioment like shower equipment, toilet, are not impressive. Need improvement.
If breakfast is ready at 6:30 AM, this is much better.
If you want a centrally located got that is clean and within walking to metro then we can recommend the vashava hotel. Yes there are several Soviet elements here but the rooms are large the baths too, always clean breakfast fulfillment is OK and excellent location. We always also see price which here is great value for money.
The hotel is nice, rooms are cleaned but old style. Personnel is kind, not all of them english speaking.
4 stars seems too much for it, it seems more a 3 stars.
Breakfast was good, but no buffet. So you needed to order and wait also for 15-20 minutes for a simple continental breakfast.