At the east end of this shady garden with fountains, a statue of the composer Glinka, installed in 1885, is surrounded by a fence with...
Set within the fortress walls, this museum documents the invasion and devastation of the city during WWII; it is incredible to realise...
Konenkov Sculpture Museum
Contains playful woodworks by Sergei Konenkov; Lenin seems to have been captured in the midst of a ballet manoeuvre. The museum also has...
Glinka Concert Hall
Attending a concert is the best way to get a look at the reconstructed hall where Glinka once entertained Russian nobility and launched...
With dark wood walls, mirrors and brown leather seating, this sophisticated place aims for a French-bistro atmosphere with a menu that...
Lonely Planet review
Though the log-cabin interior borders on kitsch, the OK fast food, which includes things like pizza, bliny and salads, pulls in the crowds. The front and side patios that open in summer are good for a drink. There’s also a small branch on ul Lenina.