Hire A Private Jet To Moscow
The city of Moscow is the greatest historical and cultural city in the entire Russian Federation. Russia is the biggest country in the world and its capital city is considered fast, lively, crowded with historical monuments and hidden gems.
The streets of Russia’s capital city are quite busy and climate can be both very cold and very hot, however the city remains an amazing location for business and leisure, offering many picturesque sights to visit. It is definitely a destination to visit at least once in a lifetime!
Things To Do In Moscow
Urban Atmosphere With Parks And Gardens
Around 25% of Moscow consists of parks and gardens and as soon as you land, you’re able to wander the streets or take a cruise in the river Volga. Gorky Park is in the middle of the city that can be an amazing breath of fresh air for an urban environment. There are only a few cities that can feel like an urban forest, but the capital city of Russia is certainly one of them.
History In Sight
The history of Russia goes back hundreds of years. Although, Moscow was not always the capital of the Empire, most recent history of the Russian Tsars and years of Communism can be conveyed through the tours of and Museums within the capital.
The best known destinations of the Russia’s capital city are the Kremlin, the Red Square and St. Basili’s Cathedral. The history of Russia offers an insight into the history of many Asian and European countries, even engulfing the times of Genghis Khan.
Kremlin is the artefact of the wealth Tsars accumulated and that’s where the treasures are kept. If you want to travel through urban areas of Moscow, just hop on the metro which will offer many themed stations of Russia’s history, including beautiful paintings, statues and ceilings.
White Days And Nights
Moscow is beautiful during the days of late June and July, when the sun barely sets. The days become long and the nights are short, conveying a long twilight period. Winters in Moscow are definitely worth a visit as the snow covers the city and its monumental buildings in a white layer of furry snow. If you want both of the two seasons, this city is definitely a city worth seeing.
If you’re a lover of theatre, then Moscow has a lot to offer to you! Recently renovated Bolshoi Theatre offers world-class ballet and opera performances regularly, Malyi Theatrea, Satirikon, Lenkom and Moscow Art Theatre offers amazing drama plays. Practica Theatre, Theatre.doc and Gogol-center are open for contemporary performances for modern theatre lovers too.
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Places To Stay In Moscow
Four Seasons Hotel Moscow overlooks the Kremlin and the Red Square, monumental landmarks in the heart of Russia. Offering a stylish cocktail bar and an amazing spa centre, it is the best luxury hotel in Moscow. Although it doesn’t offer an exclusive club lounge, it can still be a great choice for a luxury stay in Moscow.
Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Moscow is located right next to the Kremlin, just off the red square. Standing in the heart of the city steeped in art and history, The Rirtz-Carlton gives a perfect feeling of the luxury in Moscow. You will be greeted in a traditional Russian welcome of fresh bread and salt when you attend this neoclassical hotel.
InterContinental Moscow Tverskaya Hotel has one of the best executive club lounges in Moscow. Located just 500 meters from 4 metro stations and near the State Central Museum of Contemporary History of Russia, it puts you right in the heart of the vibrant Moscow City. InterContinental Moscow Tverskaya is only 15 minutes walk to Kremlin and less than 2 kilometres to the Bolshoi Theatre.
National Hotel, Luxury Collection in Moscow is a Marriott Bonvoy Rewards Category 5 hotel that was built in 1903. Built by an architect Alexander Ivanov, this outstanding hotel is a gem of luxury and imperial architecture. Overlooking the Red Square, this luxurious hotel is located right next to the Kremlin, St. Basil’s Cathedral, Bolshoi Theatre and Old Arbat Street.