When traveling, What are you looking for in your destination? What is that main "ingredient" that should not be missing or that attracts you more to choose your option?
Well, in the next post I will expose you five items in which I will show you that Moscow, is one of the most interesting places at the time of organize your trip to Russia.
THE ARCHITECTURE OF MOSCOW
You just have to take a walk through the Plaza "Bonita" or better known as "Roja" and have a look. The majestic red wall or Kremlin, the Royal Fortress and today the Presidential Palace; the Cathedral of San Basilio with its orthodox, colorful, striking, beautiful domes; the State History Museum with its Neo-Russian architectural style and its bright color.
But if you want a good excuse to leave the Red Square and look for stunning architecture, just look for the Moscow skyscrapers sent to build by Joseph Stalin, The Seven Sisters and marvel at the architecture of power and opulence of a powerful country.
THE MOSCOW METRO
44 of its 182 underground stations as a whole are considered the world's largest underground museum. Functional for public transport of more than nine million people per day; with its decoration in the realistic socialist artistic style, and whose depth makes them effective bunkers in the event of a possible nuclear bombing, they have gained world fame and hundreds of architectural, urban and artistic awards.
THE MOSCOVA RIVER:
The capital is named for this beautiful geographical feature that crosses it from north to southeast and adorns it with its flow. From its bed in a tourist ferry you could see the most emblematic places of the city and the most beautiful parks, including the Gorky, a walk that you should not miss in summer or spring.
THE MOSCOW STORES
Moscow is a cosmopolitan city and commerce is at the level of the great capitals of the world. The most famous and glamorous brands on the planet are present in commercial life and it is possible to buy from a luxury super-high-end car, to the most elegant and mystical perfume that exists, you only need to have the money (there is not much in this part of the world) to access what you want. Do not leave without visiting the GUM, commercial galleries with a glass roof compared to Vittorio Emanuel II in Milan.
THE HILL OF THE SPARROWS
This place to which they attribute a special historical value since it is said that Napoleon walked through its passages, will give you the opportunity to see the past, the present and the future of the city: The Seven Sisters, the economic district with its modern buildings and of course, the Luzhniki Olympic Stadium, the main venue for the soccer world cup that will take place in the 2018 year.