Strolling through Moscow, you’ll certainly go to the Alexander garden, because it links the two main attractions of Moscow- namely the Kremlin and Red Square. For centuries, on the site of Alexander’s Garden ran the Neglinnaya River, which served as a natural barrier in front of the ancient walls of the Moscow Kremlin, but by the 19th century the defensive value of the river disappeared.
The Water Park "Kva-kVA Park" is located in Mytishchi, just outside the northeast section of Moscow, in the XL Mall. The area of this entertainment complex exceeds 4,000 meters, (43,000 sq. ft.). Here there are slides and pools, saunas and a SPA.
«Olympic» is a unique multi-functional sports and entertaining complex of Russia, which is considered a landmark in Moscow. Built for the 22nd Olympic Games in Moscow in 1980, "Olympic" consists of two main buildings, the stadium and a swimming pool. To this day, the "Olympic" remains the biggest indoor sports building in Europe. At the time of its’ opening, and generally, it had no equal in the world. «Olympic» is the only sports and entertainment complex of this scale, located in close proximity to the historical center of Moscow (near the Metro station "Prospect Mira").
GUM Trading House In 2013 GUM celebrates its double anniversary. It accomplished 120 years from the day the Upper Trading Malls designed by architect Alexander Pomerantsev have been opened and 60 years since the GUM was reopened in 1953.
Joy Park is one of the most unusual in Moscow. On the site of overgrown trails of weeds sprung up a wide wooden platform. A wobbly wooden bridge was replaced by beautiful arched walkways with comfortable railings. It might seem that the Garden of Eden was arranged here by some kind of magician. Here you can see a façade of the Swabian House, a balcony and Ivy for pedestrians, a skateboard area and either wooden or paved trails.