Gulag History Museum
Amid all the swanky shops on ul Petrovka, an archway leads to a courtyard that is strung with barbed wire and hung with portraits of...
The Sandunovskiye Baths, in the city centre's northern winding streets, is Moscow's most famous bathhouse. The fading but grand...
By day it’s a boutique and cafe, owned and operated by the famed fashion designer of the same name. By night, this place becomes a...
Sabrina and Daphne would be right at home in this cosy country cottage, well stocked with canned fruits and vegetables, books, photos...
Lonely Planet review
Fun, informal and affordable (so surprising on swanky Stoleshnikov), Gogol is great for food, drinks and music. The underground club takes the bunker theme seriously, notifying customers that their food is ready with an air-raid siren. In summer the action moves out to the courtyard, where the gigantic tent is styled like an old-fashioned street scene.