Recreations

20.05.2016
Red Square, along with the Kremlin, are the main attractions of Russia. About these two places knows every foreigner, even one who is weak in geography. And all because Red Square is the symbol of the entire country and all its people. Red Square is located at the Western Wall of the Moscow Kremlin. It deservedly ranks among the most beautiful squares in the world. It appeared in the 15th century when Tsar Ivan III ordered not to build up the area around the Kremlin after a fire. Then trading started and later Lobnoye Mesto was erected, from which royal decrees were read.
20.05.2016
The Moscow Kremlin is the main attraction of the Russian capital, and based on its’ fame in the world, it certainly can be called the most significant landmark in Russia. For a visit to the Kremlin one needs to devote almost the whole day considering the important sights located around it (Red Square, St. Basil's Cathedral, Vasilievsky Spusk, Alexandrovsky Garden, walks in and around the Kremlin).
16.05.2016
Komsomolskaya Square, or simply Three Station Square is one of the most famous in Moscow. Here are a great number of architectural masterpieces of different styles. Outstanding architects of Moscow K. A. Tone, F. O. Shekhtel and A. V. Schusev built in this area the Leningradsky, Yaroslavsky and Kazansky stations. And it is very difficult to give preference to any one. And a few minutes walk from these stations was hidden Kalanchevskaya Station, the former Imperial Railway Station, which served the trains of Tsar Nicholas II and his family.
16.05.2016
Sheremetyevo international airport was the best airport in Europe in terms of quality of service in 2012 and 2013. Sheremetyevo is the largest Russian airport maintaining regular international flights. Sheremetyevo Airport connects to over 200 destinations. Sheremetyevo was the best airport in Russia and CIS based on a TripAdvisor poll in 2014 and 2015.
16.05.2016
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.