Discover world-famous Moscow attractions with a stay at the Radisson Blu Moscow Sheremetyevo Airport in Russia's capital. The city has numberous attractions to keep tourists busy during a holiday. Visit places like The Kremlim, Red Square, the Tretyakov Gallery and more for an authentic Moscow experience.
Often used as a symbol for all of Russia, the Moscow Kremlin is one of the country's most famous attractions. This grand building served as the residence of many Tsars and leaders of the USSR. Today, the Moscow Kremlin includes four cathedrals and four palaces, an armory, the Museum of Applied Art and Russian Everyday Life of the 17th century and more.
Found in front of the Moscow Kremlin's western wall, this large, open square forms the heart of the city, with many historical attractions nearby. In addition, Russia holds many national celebrations in the square, which has also been used for high-profile concerts.
St. Basil's Cathedral
A colourful collection of spires and towers, St. Basil's Cathedral stands out from Red Square's other attractions. Inside, guests can visit the Historical Museum and view the intricate murals on the cathedral walls.
Walk back in time with a trip through The Arbat, Moscow's 500-year-old central neighbourhood. Named after a one-kilometre pedestrian street, The Arbat offers a wide variety of souvenirs to remind tourists of their stay in the Russian capital. Bring home multi-colored Matryoshka (nesting) dolls, snug tubby samovars, embroidered scarves, fascinating blue Gzhel strokes or Khokhloma tableware, all famous pieces of Russian folk art. All of Russia’s crafts are filled with warm and positive energy.
One of the largest museums in the world, the Tretyakov Gallery collects Russian artwork from throughout the centuries, presenting it in one large collection. The nearby Fallen Monument Park, another of Moscow's main attractions for art lovers, displays a collection of displaced Soviet era statues.