Popular Accommodations in Moscow
- Skyscrapers Seven Sisters and the Ostankino Tower
- UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Red Square with Kremlin
- Russian Orthodox Church and Danilov Monastery
- World's largest museum on the history of the Jews
- Gorki-Park recreation and amusement area
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Prices and availability
Vacation rentals in Moscow
Moscow, the city with around 300 churches and numerous other sights, offers you thousands of holiday apartments, which are either not far from the centre or in a quieter location a little outside. You will also find some vacation rentals with garden, whirlpool and sauna. Many landlords are happy to serve you breakfast in your accommodation and offer bicycle rental. Moscow offers a wide range of equipment and services.
Holidays in Moscow
Location and orientation
Moscow is the capital of Russia and with its 12.4 million inhabitants is considered the second largest city in Europe. It has several cultural monuments on the UNESCO World Heritage List. With three international airports, eight long-distance railway stations and three inland ports, Moscow is also the country's most important transport hub.
Moscow's underground railways are not only the most frequented in the world, but also the most beautiful.
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Moscow has many churches, museums, theatres and galleries to offer. You will also find the tallest skyscrapers in Europe, such as the Seven Sisters and the 540-high Ostankino Tower, Europe's tallest building. The Red Square and the Kremlin are UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Also worth seeing is the Russian Orthodox Church and the Danilov Monastery.2. The largest Jewish museum in the world
The Museum of the History of the Jews in Russia houses around 4,000 exhibits on life, culture and religion. Of these, approximately 1,000 exhibits document the life of Jews in Russia between the 18th century and modern times.3. To the local recreation area in the centre
The most popular of the hundred parks in Moscow is Gorky Park, which is located directly on the banks of the Moskva River. In summer, folk festivals with impressive fireworks and open-air performances take place here. You can also walk over picturesque hills and dreamy bridges in the older part of the park, the Lustgarten, to take a break from everyday life. From the Lustgarten you can reach the Sparrow Mountains, from where you have a wonderful view of the Moscow city centre.
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