Radisson Slavyanskaya Hotel And Business Centre, Moscow

Europe Square, Moscow


Europe Square, while being a comparatively modern development in the city, is an important centre of Moscow and a symbol of Russia's European identity.

Guests of Moscow could not ask for a better location from which to visit Europe Square than the Radisson Hotel and Business Centre, Moscow. Located just steps away from the square, this hotel in Moscow, Russia, puts guests at the doorstep of not only this metropolitan centre, but also some of Russia's best-known attractions as well.

Visit Moscow’s fountains
Established in 2002 after an announcement the preceding year, Europe Square in Moscow celebrates the entirety of the European continent. The most impressive part of the square is arguably the "Abduction of Europa" installation, which consists of a fountain and metal sculptures giving and abstract depiction of the Greek myth.
 
In the square near Kiev Station, visitors will also see 48 flags from the countries of Europe, symbolising solidarity with the other states. At night, the square, and especially the fountains, illuminate with colourful light, creating a dazzling display for passers-by. The area surrounding the square also abounds with hotels, cafes and restaurants, making it a favourite stopping-off place in Moscow.
 
Stay at a hotel near Europe Square in Moscow
The Radisson Slavyanskaya Hotel and Business Centre, Moscow places guests near to all the sights and sounds of Europe Square. From this Moscow hotel, visitors can also quickly reach other favourite attractions of Russia, including the Kremlin and St Basil's Cathedral.