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Russia's 860 year-old capital has seen the rise and fall of both the former Soviet Union and the Russian Empire. One of the world's most expensive cities, Moscow is home to the most billionaires, as well as a diverse nightclub scene. Now relatively free of censorship, Moscow's abandoned factories and warehouses have been transformed into contemporary art galleries and underground clubs. Far from being one of the world's friendliest cities, not all of Moscow's attractions are accessible for non-Russian speakers. Supported by the city of Moscow and sponsored by local businesses and volunteers, the Free Moscow Bus Tour is an ideal way to get started exploring this mysterious city.
With museum-like architecture, Moscow's metro system is fairly cheap, making it one of the best ways to get around the city. It's also easy to catch a taxi, both official and unofficial, anywhere in the city. Just be sure to agree on a price before getting in.
The famous Red Square is the first stop for most tourists. The beating heart of Moscow for over 500 years, there's no other place that so captures Russia's turbulent history, from haunting Lenin's Mausoleum, to the Kremlin's brick walls, to colourful St. Basil's Cathedral.
Facing the Red Square, you'll find GUM and nearby TSUM, Moscow's largest upscale shopping malls. These are certainly not the places to go for good value, but the architecture and overly lavish facilities make them worth checking out. If you're looking for bargains and souvenirs, head to the Izamailovsky Flea Market or the Arbat district for an old-Moscow feeling.
Few think of Russia without immediately imagining ballet and you'd be hard pressed to conjure a more romantic atmosphere than seeing an opera or ballet at the iconic Bolshoi Theatre.
Moscow's culinary scene is steadily burgeoning, with plenty of street food kiosks and restaurants to interest foodies of all tastes. Dig into Russia's filling meats and dumplings, or dine at one of Moscow's excellent Italian, French, or Japanese food restaurants. Be sure to try some icy Russian ice cream, which locals love to eat in all weathers, and of course, there's a reason why Russian vodka is world-famous, so you definitely can't leave Moscow without having a sip.
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