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Yakimanka acts as Moscow’s evergreen lungs with prime beaches on the Moscow river. All the benefits of visiting and living in Yakimanka are gathered at the Moscow river embankment – three parks: Gorky, Muzeon and Neskuchny garden shape this green stripe with museums showing the hippest contemporary art. The area is full of activities for your eyes (museums), mouth (restaurants) and feet (sport and dance-wise). Access anywhere is easy, just hop on a river boat and continue your journey throughout the city.
A fantastic collection of works from his museum in Oslo with some bits added from from Russian museums. It wasn't just the Scream, but a lot of other works covering all periods of his life and depicting his sorrows, fears and struggles. The Tretyakov Gallery staff were polite and professional dealing with people queueing for four (like we did) to...
"Great temporary exhibition till August 18th 2019"
reviewed 6 days ago by CelineBrussels
The museum is modern, clean and located in Muzeon Park which is adjacent to Gorky Park. There are some very nice photograph exhibitions outside and stalls selling arts and a scripture garden. It is nice to walk along the embankment with very nice views.
There is a large-scale temporary exhibition of realistic painter, Ilya Repin till 18th August. He is...
Generally not in the schedule of the travel agents, we came to know through the local guide and it was again an amazing place to go with lovely gardens,fountains and buildings.Due to time short could not go and see every building as it requires full day to see it.
I was looking with my wife for Greek gyros because I’m Greek and I already missed that food so we was there very warm and nice atmosphere the Chefs are cooking in front you and I had a very nice Greek gyros with chips it was so nice and they put very nice tzatziki inside and nice spices on the...
We visited this restaurant 5 times in a week for different reasons and every time we had a truffle honey cake, which is FABULOUS.
This is our first choice restaurant when we are visiting Moscow. We always find the stuff helpful, enthusiastic and excellent understanding of English (which makes life very easy for the weary traveler).
The only regret we...
What a totally lovely experience. Everything was just perfect . The location is within easy walking distance to Red Square and especially close to the Tretyakov Museum. The staff were memorable for their knowledge, help and kindness. They spoke excellent English, as well. The breakfasts were freshly cooked to order and delicious. Our room was comfortable and lovely and had...
Facility maintenace could be better in Shower room and TV.
Check in counter people are very nice and good. Good Engish speaing people.
If they have Japanese food in the Cafe Sasu, I would really appreciate it.
Buffe in the morning is always same food. Maybe one food different could be helpfull. 10 days same food is a bit boring.
Very limited English, next to none by reception staff. Staff not prepared to offer a room earlier given I had come off a long haul flight despite the hotel not being full. Rooms, very old, dated. Overall would not stay again. Find somewhere else to stay.
Only positive, good walking distance to red square.
I have travelled with my little daughter and husband to Moscow from Saint Petersburg to visit French embassy and stayed overnight in the hotel. They did not allow my French husband to stay. He has longterm working visa in Russia and we live in Saint Petersburg already two years and they asked for registration! And we did not have it...
The hotel is nice, rooms are cleaned but old style. Personnel is kind, not all of them english speaking.
4 stars seems too much for it, it seems more a 3 stars.
Breakfast was good, but no buffet. So you needed to order and wait also for 15-20 minutes for a simple continental breakfast.