As in any other city in the world, in Moscow, there are a variety of opportunities for recreation and entertainment. In some places a nice stroll after a hard day, others to spend quality time with friends and family, and somewhere to visit interesting cultural event. Whatever your preference, we can confidently say that in Moscow there is a place for everyone for every guest of the capital.

The most beautiful places in Moscow for walking

One of the iconic places in the capital is the Old Arbat, a historic street, which stretches between Smolenskaya and Arbat squares. Here, walking along the stone pavement along the luxurious mansions and historic buildings, you can pop in for a Cup of coffee in one of cozy cafes to enjoy the performances of street artists and musicians, or take in a performance at the Vakhtangov theatre.

Great place for a family holiday will be all-Russian exhibition centre. In the Park VVC operates two amusement complex "Attraktionerne", designed for Teens and adults, and Children's village, where safe fun for the youngest visitors of the exhibition center. In the Park there are many cafes and eateries. For lovers of active pastime, there is provided a Bicycle and rollers. For those who prefer a relaxed holiday, enjoy the nature of the OCE. Composition of the Park is a beautiful forest, ponds and luxurious flower beds. You should pay attention to the Exhibition centre and museums such as the interactive village folk crafts "City of masters", Museum of fairy tales and Museum of the Ice age, which presents a large collection of animals of this era
All-Russian exhibition centre is the second largest complex of its kind in Moscow. The total area of the VVC is 237,5 hectares.

The most beautiful parks of Moscow

Sparrow hills – one of the most famous viewpoints of Moscow. It offers a fascinating panorama of the capital. Moscow river, the Novodevichy monastery, Shukhov tower, St. Andrew's monastery, high-rise buildings of business center Moscow city, Luzhniki stadium, Tower 200, hotel "Ukraine", building on Kudrinskaya square, and the building of the foreign Ministry are clearly visible. Having been here once, you will want to return again.

Lovers of history and architecture will love a walk in the Park Kolomenskoye. This is one of the most picturesque corners of the capital. On its territory there are three gardens, oak trees, refreshing springs and numerous monuments of folk architecture. The Park has a working mill, an apiary, stables and farmhouses 16-19 century, comprise one of the Museum exposition. Kolomenskaya Park is perhaps the perfect place for privacy and relaxing holiday
In the Kolomenskoye Park is a special place steeped in mystery and mysticism – the Golosov ravine. According to legend, the ravine is a place of power, a portal to travel into the past and future.