Things to Do in Moscow
Things to do in Moscow
Moscow, the capital of Russia, is counted among the biggest cities in the world. The city consists of numerous historic buildings and is a great example of how the old and the new can blend-in perfectly to create something beautiful. Moscow is home to GUM— one of Europe’s largest shopping centers. The complex is also famous for its exquisite architecture. Moscow has different modes of public transport making it very convenient for travelers to explore the city. Bus service, metro service, trams, cab service, trolleys, car rentals are there at your disposal.
Moscow is served by three international airports, Sheremetyevo International Airport (SVO), Domodedovo International Airport (DME) and Vnukovo International Airport (VKO), which are all well connected to the City Centre. Thus, availing cheap plane tickets to Moscow from any part of the world is easily available.
Here are the attractions to be included in your things to do in Moscow list-
Saint Basil's Cathedral - The Saint Basil’s Cathedral, bright and beautiful, is a grandiose church located at the Red Square. One that is an absolute must in your list of things to do in Moscow. Registered as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Saint Basil’s Cathedral is one of the most recognized landmarks in the world. Built in the image of a rising bonfire, its architecture is very different from traditional Russian architecture. It was constructed in the 16th century.
Red Square - The Red Square is where the country’s most significant landmarks are situated. Given the status of being a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Red square is famous for the massive military parades that showcase Russia’s strength. Along with housing the GUM shopping center, Lenin’s tomb and the State Historical Museum; Red Square is popular amongst travelers for rock concerts, various festivals and other lively events. Strolling around at Red Square, exploring the place, is one of the coolest things to do in Moscow.