I really liked the place. A lot of souvenir shops, coffee shops, street singers who sing and play. You can visit it 24/7
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We had taken the Metro to the far end of the street, so that we could walk back towards the Kremlin. where we were meeting our tour group later. An easy couple of stops on the Metro, we soon were wandering along the street. However,...More
I'm not sure what others see in this area. It is a street lined with souvenir stores. They all have the same junk as the one before. This area was also way more expensive than other places we shopped at closer to the Kremlin. Also,...More
...its hard to not like whatever you get to see. This stretch of a road with all the history and buildings around, is a must visit once you are around. Plus, you probably will come across it automatically anyhow.
It is a must visit for those who intend to buy souvenirs. From cheap souvenirs sold at street kiosks to elegant large stores. Situated near the Kremlin, Arbat Street (or Old Arbat Street) is one of the city's most famous streets and one of the...More
We visited Arbat on a rainy and cold afternoon in April. Many shops were closed, barely anyone was on the street and the atmosphere was not what we had expected from the guides and the reviews. Mid-April is probably just the wrong time of the...More