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...
Sanduny is the oldest and most luxurious banya in the city. The Gothic Room is a work of art with its rich wood carving, while the main...
Fun, informal and affordable (so surprising on swanky Stoleshnikov), Gogol is great for food, drinks and music. The underground club...
Sabrina and Daphne would be right at home in this cosy country cottage, well stocked with canned fruits and vegetables, books, photos...
ul Petrovka 20/1 · interesting places nearby
Yes, it's expensive – but it’s also a sophisticated setting, done up as an understated Baku courtyard, adorned with jars of pickled lemons and blooming plants. Barashka offers a menu full of fresh tasty salads, grilled meats and slow-cooked stews, many of which feature the little lamb, for which the restaurant is named.