So regardless of whether you came to Moscow as a visitor or you live in this city, it will be interesting to get to the red square and visit the Kremlin. Surely you have not walked in his territory, and there you can explore the impressive Tsar bell, Tsar cannon, go to the Armoury chamber and Diamond Fund. It will take the whole day and will cost about 1500 rubles. Not far from the Kremlin stands the Cathedral of Christ the Savior - magnificent, with Golden domes. A walk to complete his inspection or to ride on the Moscow river on a river boat, with its deck offers wonderful views of evening capital.Not a bad idea – one weekend to go to the Museum-reserve Tsaritsyno. It is a monument of history and culture of XVIII-XIX centuries. Very pleasant walk in a beautiful Park with walkways, bridges, grottoes, and smooth paths, small pavilions. And in the evening illuminated by the large musical fountain. Amazes the Palace of Catherine II in pseudo-Gothic style. It was built by the famous architect Bazhenov.If you decide to go to Sparrow hills, one of the highest places in Moscow, you will see beautiful views of the capital – the whole panorama, Neskuchny garden, other attractions. You just need to go to the observation deck of Moscow state University.On Saturday or Sunday you can drive to the Novodevichy convent. It was built in the XVI-XVII centuries by the order of Vasily III, is very beautiful and included by UNESCO in the list of monuments of cultural heritage. Hurry to the pilgrims, to venerate the Orthodox shrines and tourists who want to admire the architecture of the monument of history.With children in the output, you can go to the Moscow zoo, reaching the station Barrikadnaya or Krasnopresnenskaya. He works from 10 to 20 hours in summer and from 10 to 17 in the winter. The ticket costs 150 rubles, but the beneficiaries can go to the territory free of charge. In the zoo you can wander the whole day: there are so many animals and birds.These are just a few ideas for the weekend. Actually, of course, in the capital and surrounding area a lot of places that you can visit. It and museums, and Arbat street, Alexander garden, and Botanical and Poklonnaya hill, and more. It all depends on your preferences. The main thing – not to be lazy.
Where to go this weekend in Moscow
Output day need to spend to "recharge" the positive emotions for the whole week. Therefore, to lie in front of the TV or to chain yourself to the computer monitor is the worst option. In any city, and especially in the capital, there are places where you need to go or to go, to get a lot of impressions.
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