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Moscow is one of the cleanest cites I have ever seen and visited. I enjoyed the downtown business buildings, Red Square, Tomb of unknown soldiers, Arbat Ave area and, of course, the many churches throughout Moscow. I enjoyed Moscow so much, I stayed in the...More
If you’re thinking of Moscow as a cold, uninviting city full of brutalist Soviet era architecture, then you’re in for a huge surprise.
It’s actually a beautiful, modern city with plenty of attractive buildings and lots of things to see and do. In fact, sometimes...More
You can see the tall towers from many places like downtown, the ship tours or the hill of the Lomonossow University Main building. Here, at Moscow City you may take the counterpoint. The platform of the Imperia Tower on floor 56 gives you a nice...More
I expected a gray and communist type of city but encountered a city full of life. The city has tons of landmarks, parks, museums. Is clean, people are friendly. The public transport is by far much better and cleaner than in Paris or London. Tons...More
I loved the fact that Moscow does not smell bad, is one of the cleanest cities I visited but it is expensive, no one knows English, taxi drivers will rip you off if you let them and everything starts to work from 10 am.
This is a great city it’s huge it really never sleeps with ecclectic buildings and places like the Kremlin the lovely ‘James bond meets Poetin ‘Gorkypark ( used in many Spy Movies )
the Cold war museum, the modern shops
BUT the best way to...More
Firstly i must say Mosow is absolutely beautiful.. top 5 in all the countries I have travelled to. Lovely and golden architectures and Gorgeous metros . What spoilt it for me 1. Arrogant and impolite immigration officers 2. Rip off / dishonest airport taxis from...More