While famous for its many recognisable sights, Moscow delivers when it comes to shopping as well, with stylish shopping malls and vintage boutiques alike.
Stop off at Okhotny Ryad after visiting Red Square or spend a day scouring the city for Soviet-era fashion - Moscow has it all. When the shopping's done, retire to a soft bed just outside the city centre at Radisson Blu Belorusskaya Hotel. This hotel in Moscow provides a convenient shuttle service too, meaning quick access to the city's best shops.
Best bets for shopping in Moscow
This shopping centre near Red Square includes both Russian and international department stores and name-brand outlets. Browse the wares of more than 100 stores across this Moscow shopping mall's three levels for the best bargains. For a quick bite, stop at Okhotny Ryad's food court for a wide selection of quick-service restaurants.
Located on Red Square, the stately GUM building houses 200 stores for designer shopping, including Burberry, Christian Dior and Hermes. With its majestic fountains and curved bridges, GUM provides an unforgettable shopping experience.
Those who have not had their fill of shopping after visiting GUM or Okhotny Ryad may want to pay a visit to TSUM for another world-class retail experience. Boasting more than 400 brands, including Chanel and Armani, TSUM provides luxury shopping in an impressive 19th-century building.
Stoleshnikov Pereulok or Stoleshnikov Lane is a short street with boutiques and shops with many luxury goods located within the Boulevard ring in central Moscow and known as one of the most expensive shopping areas in Moscow.The street runs from Tverskaya Street in the west, to Petrovka Street in the east
Enjoy a shopping break at Radisson Blu Belorusskaya Hotel, Moscow
After a day shopping in the Russian capital, guests at the Radisson Blu Belorusskaya Hotel, Moscow can enjoy in-hotel dining, a relaxing trip to the sauna or simply rest in a comfortable room. Check for Moscow hotel deals to find the best time for your shopping trip to the city.