As Moscow is known to be home of the world’s many billionaires, holidays there is going to be one like no other. Get yourself ready to be captivated with the city’s many magnificent attractions and landmarks and take part of the fun and excitement in its various festivals. Be prepared to fall in love with Russia’s capital.
Aside from its top attractions (such as the Kremlin and the Red Square), Moscow also features several remarkable landmarks. Among these is the Gorky Park which is packed with different cafes, theme park rides, and a serene pond; the Christ the Savior Cathedral which is the world’s tallest Orthodox church, and the Garden of Fallen Monuments where many of the city’s infamous statues were housed after Soviet’s collapse. The Russian State Library and the State Museum-Reserve Tsaritsyno will likewise take your breath away.
Moscow showcases year-round festivals that would please its tourists. From seasonal summer activities to rock concerts, visitors will find endless of things to do and enjoy in the city.
Included in Moscow’s famous festivals is the Maslenitsa which had its roots from the Pagan times. Corresponding to Lent and Easter, the event is marked by a week of Russian pancakes, games and performances.
A holiday in Moscow would truly be an unforgettable one. Its landmarks and festivals are just a few things that would make your stay all worthwhile.