Moscow City Walks and Areas
The most touristic street of Moscow is where you find all the standard tourist stuff, including several nice souvenir shops.
Gorky Park used to be a very strange place in the past: full of some scary fast-food joints, shady people, occasional cafes, and even a replica of the Soviet space shuttle Buran.
Apart from Gorky Park, which is not too close to all the good places in the center, Hermitage Garden is perhaps the biggest green area in the very center of the city, although it’s actually quite small.
Kitai Gorod Area in Moscow
Kitai Gorod means China Town in Russian, but it has nothing to do with China.
The area made famous by Master and Margarita of Bulgakov is always expected to have that special spooky urban feel.
Tverskaya Area in Moscow
Tverskaya is the main street of Moscow, it starts from the Kremlin and goes north through all Moscow to change into Leningradskoe shosse, which leads to Tver and after 700 km to St.
Vykhino Platform Area in Moscow
A trip to Moscow is incomplete without visiting a Moscow suburb.
Zamoskvorechie Area in Moscow
This very special central residential area south from Moscow river is not as bustling as the rest of the city and has many small bars, restaurants, cafes and is pleasant to walk around although at bit dark at night.