Moscow Free Tour
Every day, these enthusiastic ladies offer an informative, inspired two-hour guided walk around Red Square and Kitay Gorod - and it's...
The original Kazan Cathedral was founded on this site at the northern end of Red Square in 1636, in thanks for the 1612 expulsion of...
This monastery was founded by Boris Godunov in 1600, although the church was built in 1660. The name means ‘Behind the Icon Stall’, a...
Truly, a hole in the wall. Moscow does not have enough of these cozy cafes, where the cramped quarters and rough-around-the-edges decor...
Sip a cappuccino in view of the Kremlin. Munch on lunch while the crowds line up at Lenin’s Mausoleum. Enjoy an afternoon aperitif while...
Pelmeshka is a clean, post-Soviet stolovaya, serving many different kinds of pelmeni, the most filling of Russian favourites. This place is packed with patrons at lunchtime, a sign that the food is tasty as well as cheap.