Construction of a synagogue was banned inside Kitay Gorod, so Moscow’s oldest and most prominent synagogue was built just outside the...
St George’s Church
The colourful St George’s Church , another crafts gallery, dates from 1658.
Museum of the Russian Icon
This museum houses the private collection of Russian businessman and art patron Mikhail Abramov. He has personally amassed a collection...
Solyanka No 11 is a historic 18th-century merchant’s mansion that has been revamped into an edgy, arty club. Wide plank–wood floors,...
Liudi kak Liudi
This cute cafe has a few things going for it: its location makes it the perfect lunch stop for anyone strolling around Kitay Gorod; its...
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This outrageously themed restaurant takes diners beyond the Polar circle, capturing the adventure and excitement of Siberia. You can imagine you arrived by helicopter, as the vehicle is the centrepiece of the dining room. Feast on typical ‘northern cuisine’ – famous Baikal fish soup (ukha); pelmeni stuffed with wild boar or Kamchatka crab; and venison stroganoff.
There is also an expensive but authentic Siberian banya (hot bath) on the premises.