Radisson Blu Belorusskaya Hotel, Moscow

Moscow Attractions

Discover world-famous Moscow attractions, such as the Kremlin and Red Square, with a stay at the Radisson Blu Belorusskaya Hotel in Russia's capital.

With a history spanning over 850 years, Moscow has plenty to see, from time-honoured monuments to modern art galleries. Stay close to city's main attractions with a stay at Radisson Blu Belorusskaya Hotel. This elegant Moscow hotel, just 10 minutes' from the city centre, offers its guests stylish and comfortable rooms.

Top Moscow tourist attractions
Moscow, Russia, has more than enough attractions to keep tourists busy during a holiday. Visit the following for an authentic Moscow experience:

The Kremlin
Often used as a symbol for all of Russia, the Moscow Kremlin is one of the country's most famous attractions. The grand building served as the residence of many Tsars as well as leaders of the USSR. Today, the Moscow Kremlin's features include four cathedrals and four palaces, an armoury, the Museum of Applied Art and Russian Everyday Life of the 17th Century and more.

Red Square
Found in front of the Moscow Kremlin's western wall, this large, open square forms the heart of the city and many historical attractions can be found 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 even stands out from Red Square's other attractions. Inside, guests can visit the Historical Museum and view the intricate murals on the cathedral walls.

The Arbat
Walk back through the centuries with a trip through The Arbat, Moscow's 500yearold central neighbourhood. It's named after a 1km long pedestrian street, and tourists will find many attractions, including the Pushkin Museum, along the neighbourhood's namesake. Arbat’s shops offer a wide variety of souvenirs to remind tourists of their stay in the Russian capital. The multicolored Matryoshka (nesting) dolls, snug tubby samovars that never fail to make one smile, scarves embroidered in unique patterns, fascinating blue Gzhel strokes, Khokhloma tableware ablaze in gold and ruby colours — all of these are great Russian souvenirs, famous pieces of folk art. All of Russia’s crafts are filled with warm and positive energy.

Tretyakov Gallery
One of the largest museums in the world, the Tretyakov Gallery collects Russian artwork from throughout the centuries, presenting it in one Moscow collection. The nearby Fallen Monument Park, another of Moscow's main attractions for art-lovers, displays a collection of displaced Soviet-era statues.

Wind down after sightseeing in Moscow
Enjoy a relaxing night after a day's sightseeing in the Russian capital with comfortable Moscow accommodation. With shuttle services, high-quality dining and more, the Radisson Blu Belorusskaya Hotel, Moscow, is the perfect place to go for a memorable stay.