Sign in

If you already have account just sign in and get more options to work with the resource.

Log on as: 

Sign out

User session:
Close windowFlash player is not installed.
Mobile versionMy guidebook

Save and print any interesting information from Moscow Travel Portal as an Guidebook!



Will appear in Moscow street Kuindzhi and Bilibin20 December 2016Will appear in Moscow street Kuindzhi and Bilibin

This will happen in 2017

There are support floating bridge in the Park "Zaryadye"20 December 2016There are support floating bridge in the Park "Zaryadye"

The bridge will connect the Park and the promenade will be a unique viewing platform.

In honor of the composer Balakirev19 December 2016In honor of the composer Balakirev

Call one of the capital's squares

All news

Print Version
I like it

A night view of the city
Show on map
Route sights

Tverskoy Boulevard
Tverskoy Boulevard
Famous Boulevard Ring is formed of ten boulevards that resembled something of a horseshoe in shape, the "heels" of which ended at the Moscow River's embankments.

The Kremlin
The Kremlin
Most every country has a central shrine, a place that without a shadow of a doubt serves as the face of that nation and is recognizable from any vantage point. For Russia, this symbol is the Moscow Kremlin.

St. Basil's Cathedral
St. Basil's Cathedral
St. Basil's Cathedral, or Pokrovsky Cathedral, is one of the most famous churches in Moscow, and in many people's opinion is a symbol of the capital and of Russia as a whole. St. Basil's was built in 1555-1561, and attracts attention to this day with its unusual architecture. Currently Pokrovsky Cathedral is a part of the State History Museum.

Novodevichy Convent
Novodevichy Convent
One of the most famous monasteries in Moscow was supposedly founded around 1524. In pre-revolutionary Russia its status among other monasteries was quite high, and many women from royal and boyar families took their vows here, which meant that they sacrificed both their land and wealth to the monastery.

Vorobievy Hills
Vorobievy Hills
At the end of the XV century, the duchess Sofia Vitovtovna, the daughter of Grand Duke of Lithuania Vitovt and the wife of the Grand Duke of Moscow Vasily I, bought the Vorobievo village from an orthodox priest having a nickname Vorobey (sparrow).