‘The colour of the house is liberal, ie red’, Anton Chekhov wrote of his house on the Garden Ring, where he lived from 1886 to 1890. The...
The world-famous opera singer Fyodor Shalyapin (also spelt Chaliapin) lived in this quaint cottage from 1910 to 1920 with his Italian...
The new planetarium shines bigger and brighter than before, expanding in area by more than three times and incorporating all kinds of...
This ‘bootlegger’s bar’ has walls plastered in old newspapers, two-for-one happy-hour specials (5pm to 8pm) and a dance floor crowded...
A classic Azeri place with private rooms, so your party can enjoy its dolmas and lamb kebabs in complete privacy. Otherwise, select a...
Lonely Planet review
Friendly, informal café serving homemade soups, freshly squeezed juices and steaming cappuccinos.