Author of The Master and Margarita and Heart of a Dog, Mikhail Bulgakov was a Soviet-era novelist and playwright who was labelled a...
Moscow Museum of Modern Art Yermolaevsky
This handsome neoclassical building houses a branch of the main MMOMA on ul Petrovka. Formerly the Moscow Union of Artists, it is now...
Patriarch’s Ponds harks back to Soviet days, when the parks were populated with children and babushky. You’ll see grandmothers pushing...
On the ground floor of the Peking Hotel, this is not the most interesting or original bar in Moscow but it has a few things going for...
This is one of Moscow’s coolest places to come for coffee, although you’d be a fool to leave without sampling one of its magnificent...
Lonely Planet review
This huge, four-storey entertainment complex has long rated among Moscow's favourite nightlife hot spots, probably because it offers something for everyone. Take your pick from several dance floors, a `chill-out room', an airy courtyard, billiards, karaoke and more. The place holds over 1500 people, which makes it an excellent venue for top music acts. This is a branch of the original club, Bunker, on Tverskaya ulitsa.