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Flights to Moscow

Flights to Moscow

Visit Moscow – the heart of Russia

Feel the pulse of one of the biggest and most vibrant cities in Europe: a city that never sleeps. Moscow is full of memories of its imperial and Soviet history while at the same time it boasts countless modern clubs, bars and shopping centres. Let yourself be charmed by the Russian temperament.

Moscow for a walk through history

The best way to explore the city centre is on foot. Use the metro, famous for its sumptuously decorated stations, to travel further afield. Begin your visit to Moscow in the city's famous Red Square, with the colourful St Basil's Cathedral. Visit the Lenin mausoleum and join the other visitors in guessing whether his mortal remains are genuine. The red walls of the Kremlin surround Moscow's most famous churches and historic monuments. Art lovers will be attracted by the numerous museums and galleries with their fine collections. Be sure not to miss the Tretyakov Gallery. Stroll down busy Old Arbat Street and feel the spirit of the real Moscow.

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Moscow for shopping

Numerous boutiques and department stores offer clothes and fashion accessories by famous designers. The most impressive is the GUM department store on Red Square, opposite the Lenin mausoleum. If you are looking for gifts and souvenirs from Soviet times, Izmailovsky Market is the place to go.

Moscow for the whole family

With more than 100 parks and countless gardens, Moscow is one of the greenest capitals in the world. Although at first glance it may not seem the most obvious destination for a family trip, the city offers numerous children's theatres, circuses and amusement parks, the most popular of which is Gorky Park on the bank of the Moskva River, where there is always something going on.

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When travelling to Moscow do not miss:

  • Red Square: built in the late fifteenth century and the scene of key historical events, the square is home to the Lenin mausoleum, St Basil's Cathedral, the GUM department store and many buildings from Russia's past.
  • St Basil's Cathedral: this unusual spired cathedral from the sixteenth century, full of colours, decorative patterns and forms characteristic of Russian architecture, has become a symbol of the city.
  • The Kremlin: the seat of the Russian government, this giant fortress, whose present appearance dates from the late fifteenth century, contains five palaces, for cathedrals and the famous Armoury.
  • The Armoury: as well as weapons and armour, the sixteenth-century Kremlin Armoury houses a large collection of precious stones.
  • The Tretyakov Gallery: the largest collection of Russian art, including celebrated Russian icons.
  • The Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts: Old Masters and the most important collection of Impressionist works.
  • The Bolshoi Theatre: one of the most famous theatres in the world, with a long and noble tradition.
  • Novodevichy Cemetery: the final resting place of many famous Russian politicians and artists, including Anton Chekhov, Nikolai Gogol, Nikita Khrushchev and Boris Yeltsin.

Moscow is at its most beautiful in spring, although the white Russian winters also have a special charm. Fly to the Russian capital and see for yourself.