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Reviewed 10 October 2014

Beautiful gardens at the Kremlin with some interesting history. Commissioned by Tsar Alexander as part of reconstruction after Napoleon. The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier is also here. A nice place for a leisurely stroll or a break to have a coffee.

1  Thank Pantherboy
Reviewed 3 September 2014

An attractive formal garden next to the Kremlin wall, with trees and beautiful flower beds. Provides a pleasant walk and breath of air when visiting the sights in the centre of the city. The mall alongside the garden provides several places to eat. A positive...More

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Reviewed 13 July 2014

We visited on Sunday, and it seems that all of the tourists and locals were in Alexander Gardens. These gardens lay north of the wall of the Kremlin. Families, kids, everyone was enjoying the sunshine. On the outside of the Kremlin wall is the Tomb...More

Thank Dave-Marilyn-15301
Reviewed 7 July 2014 via mobile

Nice area to walk through, but nothing special to see. I would not make a special trip to see this but since it is outside Red Square and on way to the Kremlin ticket office nice walk.

1  Thank Ron D
Reviewed 19 June 2014

We stopped in these gardens before and after visiting the Kremlin. The gardens are well kept and very pretty, at one end there are also some fountains/water features plus the tomb of the unknown soldier to pay our respects at.

Thank Katrina B
Reviewed 7 June 2014

When you have an icon as powerful as the Kremlin wall, you need to put something nice next to it so that people are amazed by the main icon and what surrounds it. Even though this was not the garden's main purpose, it's hard to...More

Thank Ynhockey
Reviewed 23 April 2014

During the spring, this is an ideal spot to grab a cup of coffee or some ice cream and people watch all afternoon. The flowers are blooming, the grass is soft, and you will see people from all over the world milling about.

Thank Ashley S
Reviewed 22 March 2014

Seeing this in the winter was a different experience, perhaps, than in warmer seasons - all the blooming flowers are either covered or gone, so the gardens themselves are minimal. HOWEVER, as a local was helping me identify locations, I learned that Alexander Garden is...More

Thank drmikenyc
Reviewed 25 January 2014

We enjoyed walking in this park, where every corner of it is fulfilled with history. We were guided there, so we were lucky to learn about this place. The highlight of this garden is Tomb of Unknown Soldier where you we watched the ceremony of...More

Thank FlaviaViv
Reviewed 8 January 2014

It was amazing place, there is the beautiful garden with different flowers, and you can seat on a bench and eat or drink something, there are a lot of street cafes but unfortunately few toilets and you can make a shopping because there is the...More

Thank Sergei L
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glance, the neighborhood is shaped around a long
street populated with well-known shops and brands. But
it’s more than shopping that makes this place
interesting. Take a few steps into the streets running
parallel to the main artery to discover the charm just
behind the mighty Stalinist style architecture. Comfy
European pedestrian streets Bolshaya Dmitrovka or
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