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Hotel National

The Hotel National, located on the corner of Tverskaya and Mokhovaya streets, was inaugurated before the Russian Revolution and was one of the very first international hotels in Moscow.

Moss Boutique Hotel

The unique MOSS Boutique Hotel was opened in spring 2016 on Krivokolenny Lane in Moscow’s historic centre. The hotel offers 30 comfortable, designer rooms. The MOSS ART gallery is also harmoniously integrated into the design, with contemporary works by Russian and international conceptual artists adorning the walls of the hotel. Exhibitions take place throughout the year, and all artwork can be purchased by guests.

Ararat Park Hyatt Moscow

A short walk from the legendary Bolshoi Theatre, the iconic Red Square and the Kremlin, the Ararat Park Hyatt is in an ideal central location. Its naturally elegant interiors are enhanced by a Zen-inspired minimalist aesthetic of wood panelling, marble and chrome. Sample Armenian culinary delights at the Ararat Café, which is a renowned Moscow gourmet establishment.

The Ritz-Carlton

Located a short distance from Red Square and the Kremlin, the Moscow Ritz-Carlton celebrates Russian culture. With its gilded interior reflecting the beauty of 19th century classicism, this 5-star hotel includes a spa inspired by European and Eastern traditions, a rooftop terrace and spacious rooms, right in the city centre.

Metropol Hotel

The legendary Metropol Hotel, opened in 1901, is a cross between a five-star hotel and a museum oozing history from top to bottom. History enthusiasts and romantics alike will feel at home. For example, the Presidential Suite has won the admiration of such eminent guests as Queen Sofia of Spain, Prince Philippe of Belgium, Michael Jackson, Giorgio Armani and Julio Iglesias.


Teatral’nyy Proyezd, 2, Moskva, Russie, 109012


Café Pushkin

The café, a veritable five-star restaurant, is open 24 hours a day and is situated inside a building that was renovated to look exactly like a Russian aristocrat’s home circa 1825. Here you can enjoy blinchiki (Russian pancakes) with black caviar, borscht and pelmeni (dumplings), before moving on to the famous Tsar’s Sturgeon and, of course, one of its many, many desserts.

Baccarat Cristal Room

The Cristal Room restaurant was opened in February 2008 in Nikolskaya Street on the second floor of Moscow’s Maison Baccarat. It was created by the legendary designer Philippe Starck using eclectic forms in an old mansion built in 1894-99 by the architect Erichson. Chef Michel Lenz’s cuisine showcases his great timeless creations, as stunningly brilliant as this palace with its stucco walls.


Beluga is the number-one restaurant offering Russian delicacies and caviar. Alexander Rappoport, the famous restaurateur and innovator, has introduced a new take on Russian cuisine. The Beluga has one of the most luxurious caviar bars in the world, where dozens of all types of caviar are served either in a refined tasting experience or traditionally in sandwich-form with butter.

La Bella Societá

At the foot of the world-famous Four Seasons Hotel in Moscow and a few steps away from the Bolshoi Theatre you can taste true Italian cuisine in La Bella Società. The restaurant specialises in Sicilian and northern Italian dishes, as well as the classic pizzas and pan-Asian cuisine. Spacious, elegant and tasteful rooms provide the setting for a dinner that combines luxury and informality.


It is not just a few crab dishes and wine, as the restaurant’s name Wine and Crab would suggest, but a host of crab dishes and wine, and it is right in the heart of Moscow! The best wines to pair with crab have been brought together to make up a list of over 900 wines.


Semifreddo is a restaurant going back over ten years that has been ranked by San Pellegrino as one of the top one hundred restaurants in the world. The food preparation of two Michelin-star chef Nino Graziano can be admired by guests from the restaurant which looks across to the open kitchen.

La Colline by Jérôme Coustillas

An hour from downtown Moscow, in the Roubliovka area, where dachas spread into the forest, this is a unique place, where the Louis XV salons provide an incomparable atmosphere. This is Le Mas de la Colline, run by the undisputed tsar of Moscow chefs,
Frenchman Jerome Coustillas. After cutting his teeth in Michelin-starred establishments in France and abroad, Coustillas arrived in Moscow, where he has given pride of place to local ingredients and left nothing to chance.


The Bolchoï restaurant is a unique project even for Europe, where it is hardly possible to surprise anybody with an unusual concept. The absolute innovation of the restaurant lies in its art constituent. Guests will find there an exclusive collection of modern art painting and sculptures.

White Rabbit

Located under a glass dome on the 16th floor of the Smolenskiy Passage, White Rabbit was the first joint project of restaurateur Boris Zarkov and chef Vladimir Mukhin. In 2018 it was ranked 15th at The World’s 50 Best Restaurants awards! Beautiful, modern and daring in its own way, here, for the first time, Russian cuisine has opened up to the latest culinary trends, while Russian products have reached new heights of delicacy to unanimous approval.


3, Smolenskaya Square,
Moscou, Russie, 121099


Twins Wine Space

The Saint Regis Nikolskaya Hotel has unveiled a new restaurant by the Berezutski brothers. A simple menu and lots of wines — a paradise for a true gourmet. The wine list includes rare items that can be found nowhere else in Moscow. Olga Lyashchuk, the winner of the 2017 Moscow Sommelier Cup, is in charge of the wine list.

AQ Kitchen by Adrian Quetglas

The menu is an anticipated step in Adrian Quetglas’s 10-year-long gastronomic journey in Russia. Here, at AQ Kitchen, Adrian’s cuisine is the expression of the experience of all these years: what he has learnt, what captivated him and what he has created. The menu is a pilgrimage through the flavours of the world, flirting between aroma and texture, like in a childhood adventure.


Winil is both a wine bar and restaurant. It was opened by sommelier Mikhail Volkov and features his own selection of wines. Winil’s wine list is very classical and focuses on the so-called traditional European wines: Burgundy, Alsace, Bordeaux, Mosel, Rheingau and Piemonte.

Big Wine Freaks

Don’t let the name fool you – it’s more refined than its name might suggest. With its bohemianstyle décor, this establishment is located on the corner of what was once Uprising Square, in the shadow of one of Stalin’s imposing Seven Sisters. The bar – affectionately known as Freaks by its wine merchant owners – is the more glammed-up sibling of the original in St Petersburg.

Grand Cru by Adrian Quetglas

This wine bar not only offers wines but also very good food. It is located on Malaya Bronnaya Street just beside the ponds of the Patriarch. The wine bar also has a retail sales section featuring an impressively wide range of both wines and spirits, probably the finest in Russia.

22, Malaya Bronnaya Street, Bld. 2,
Moscou, Russie, 123104



The VDNH is a unique historical and architectural complex that is unparalleled in the world. The complex includes more than 500 permanent structures. 49 of them are listed as objects of cultural heritage. From the very first year of its existence it became a laboratory where the best Soviet architects, sculptors and artists experimented th new Soviet style. The VDNH holds more than 100 exhibitions annually.

The Diamond Fund

The Diamond Fund is a unique collection of historical artefacts, jewellery items, and rare specimens of precious stones, gold and platinum. The Diamond Fund exhibition was opened in 1967 among the Kremlin’s military buildings. The collection is undoubtedly one of the most significant and largest in the world. It is the most famous part of the State treasury. This is one of the few treasuries in the world to have kept the crown jewels.

Jazz Club Union of Composers

The Soyuz Kompozitorov jazz club is well known in Moscow’s music circles. Every evening it holds live music concerts of different styles – classic and contemporary jazz, fusion, jazz rock, latina, blues, funk, ethno music and tango. This charismatic jazz club with its elegant red and black décor has a New York jazz club feel. The club also offers refined cuisine.

The Bolshoi Theatre

Widely recognised as one of the greatest and oldest ballet and opera companies in the world, the troupe was originally founded in 1776 by Prince Peter Urusov and an Englishman by the name of Michael Maddox. The Bolshoi Theatre is a symbol of Russia for all time. The theatre looks particularly splendid following a 6-year renovation that was completed in 2011. All this grandeur makes it a perfect location to enjoy a ballet or opera performance.

Tretyakov Gallery

The 130,000 Russian art works in the Tretyakov Gallery are drawn from eight centuries of art history, ranging from 11th century icons to 19th century Slavophilia paintings. Detached from Western influences, the works of the Slavophilia movement, a romantic and realist Russian nationalist school, feed heavily on Gogol, Chekhov,
Turgenev and Dostoevsky, while the landscape painters took inspiration from Rimsky-Korsakov, Mussorgsky and Borodin.

The Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra

The Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra was established after the Second World War by the Russian government and continues to amaze audiences with its performances with highly acclaimed conductors and soloists.

Stanislavski and Nemirovich-Danchenko Moscow Academic Music Theatre

In addition to the Bolshoi, the country possesses several other ballet companies, one of which is the Stanislavski and Nemirovich- Danchenko Moscow Academic Music Theatre. This theatre happily blends the traditions of the Russian classical ballet school with the search for new forms.


17, Ulitsa Bol’shaya Dmitrovka, Moscou, Russie, 125009

Walks & Leisure

Izmailovo Kremlin

Izmailovo Kremlin is a unique culture and entertainment centre based at the famous Izmailovo Vernissage. For those of an inquisitive nature, the centre offers numerous museums (bread, chocolate, toys), and for the more creative, a new workshop is on offer for people of any age, where they can learn craft pottery, working at the forge or painting. All visitors are invited to stroll through the art exhibitions, flea and antique markets, discover painting activities in the parks (at weekends), take part in guided tours and attend master-classes on native Russian crafts.

The Sanduny Bath Houses

The Sanduny Bath Houses are the oldest public bath houses in Russia. Sila Sandunov, an actor, founded them in 1808. The Sanduny Baths are a complex made up of several hothouses. Both the traditions of these authentic Russian Baths and their interior decoration have been kept identical to those of 1896 when the Viennese architect B. Freidenberg designed them. In 1991, they were listed by the Russian state as Moscow architectural heritage.

A visit to Mosfilm

Mosfilm is one of the largest and oldest film studios of the Russian Federation and in Europe. Its output includes most of the most widely acclaimed Soviet-era films from the Red Westerns to the Akira Kurosawa co-production Dersu Uzala and the epic War and Peace.

Tsaritsyno Palace

The Tsaritsyno residence is one of the most developed and bestrestored areas remaining from the Tsar times in Moscow. Tsaritsyno is located in the south of Moscow and includes an architectural complex dating from the late 18th century, as well as greenhouses and an historic landscaped park with ponds. The grounds stretch over 405 hectares (1,000 acres).

Shopping & Craft


Directly opposite the Mausoleum, on the eastern side of Red Square, lies the building which houses Russia’s most famous shopping mall – the State Department Store, GUM. Since the fall of communism, several other shopping centres have sprung up to rival it in prestige, but GUM retains its status as a consumer Mecca for visitors to Moscow.

Dzhanelli Jewellery

The Dzhanelli Jewellery House is renowned for its already impressive history. Each jewellery piece made by the brand is a true objet d’art.

Danilovskiy market

A showcase of the area’s ongoing gentrification, this giant Soviet-era farmers’ market is now largely focussed on charcuterie, which is served in myriad little eateries.

Aizel Fashion Boutique

Aizel is a multi-brand boutique that was created 10 years ago. The founder Aizel Trudel introduced prestigious brands to Moscow’s stylish city-girls. Once a cosy little boutique set along the Stoleshnikov Pereulok fashion hub, Aizel has now moved into a 3-storey mansion and become a spacious concept store.

Sandro Sherents

Sandro Sherents is a qualified architect and a jeweller by vocation. Both women and men like his pointed creations made in solid silver. Even museum curators choose his jewellery for exhibitions.

Igor Chapurin

Igor Chapurin, often nicknamed the “Russian Armani”, is an ambassador for contemporary Russian fashion and one of the most popular Russian designers. His mixture of chic modern, rich in ethnicity and nostalgia, is unique in Russia. Chapurin’s collections play skilfully on Russian clichés and myths. Fur, glitter and ornament dominate, but also geometrical tailoring that in its rigour is reminiscent of Constructivism.

Manufacture of Imperial Porcelain

The Imperial Porcelain Factory was founded in 1744 by a decree of Empress Elizabeth Petrovna and became the first porcelain factory in Russia and the third in Europe. Over 270 years, the history of the factory became inseparable from that of Russia. Imperial porcelain is a prized possession and can be found in the world’s greatest museum collections.

40A, Myasnitskaya Ulitsa,
Moscou, Russie, 101000

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