It calls itself the FSB Museum, named for the Federal Security Service, the successor to the KGB. But this four-room museum is devoted...
In the 1930s Lubyanka Prison was the feared destination of thousands of innocent victims of Stalin’s purges. Today the grey building...
An infamous bar, often described as the wildest in Europe. Its reputation is that most people lose most of their clothes by midnight,...
Friendly, informal café serving homemade soups, freshly squeezed juices and steaming cappuccinos.
Lonely Planet review
Owned by the granddaughter of the famed jeweller to the tsars, this little boutique contains everything that glitters. Besides jewellery, the glass cases are stuffed with crystal and fine china, ornately carved weapons, old-fashioned watches and – of course – the namesake ceramic Easter eggs.