Москва (Moscow), Russia
Москва (Moscow) highlights
If you want to witness exceptional colorful fairytale-like places and visit a must-do spots in Russia, let us organize your holidays in this amazing country! Your travel dreams will turn into an incredible journey...
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Last updated on: 20 October 2019
Москва (Moscow) description
Moscow is not only one of the most beautiful and magical places in the world but also huge! Its heart, the Red Square, home to St. Basil's Cathedral, is truly impressive.
In winter there's a lot of snow that beautifully decorates the city's landmarks and buildings.
With so many decorative lights as well as snowflakes gently floating down, Moscow turns into a truly magical place.
Winter, during Christmas and the New Year holidays are the best time to visit Russia’s capital.
Get inspired by places with beautiful lighting. Delight in the imposing architecture, with its columns, exquisite statues and grand sense of scale. Particularly admire Moscow's old metro stations and the world-famous Bolshoi Theater. Have a lovely strolling down the Moskva river embankment...
There are lots of must-dos and lots of visual stunners in Moscow!
Russia's capital is a city full of adventure both day and night.
Capture Moscow's magic in every season planning a roadtrip with us!
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