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Red Square is a city square in Moscow, Russia. The buildings surrounding the Square are all significant: Nearby to the South is the elaborate brightly domed Saint Basil's Cathedral and the palaces and cathedrals of the Kremlin, Lenin's Mausoleum. On...more
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It is the scale of the place that compels plus the odd synchronicity between GUM on one side, the Kremlin and Lenin’s tomb on the other and St Basil’s looking on. Immensely impressive, redolent of so much and echoing memories, either real or summoned up....More
Visited in Dec, and was the first time in Moscow.it was beautiful. There was Christmas markets and ice skating rink on the square, it was really beautiful. All the shops looked pretty, with all the new years trees. A very nice time to visit. Pleased...More
Iconic square of Moscow. Kremlin and Lenin tomb. Wonderful Christmas decorations and a fair. Kremlin is impressive being a witness of all Russia's ups and downs. The GUM, famous department store, located there.
Really cool to experience. Right beside st basils and gum shopping center. Moscow is a must travel city. Dont believe the stereotypes you see on the news. Russia top 3 places ive visited easily. Great food, culture, architecture, people, lifestyle
I traveled here solo. Came only to see the magnificent structure. Lots of people but the lighting was great. Stayed as the sun went down and saw it at night too. I even accidentally dropped a clip of money out of my pocket and a...More
The historical center of Moscow with the Cathedral and the Kremlin.
A mark f the city of Moscow.
Everyone must walk at least nce in this well known historical place.
We visited more than once and it was great through snow day and night.
Hi, based on my husband's host who is a Muscovite, winters in Russia are extremely cold. They get a lot of snow, with temperatures dipping as low as -32 degrees celsius. I wouldn't recommend taking small children to Russia... More
Hi, based on my husband's host who is a Muscovite, winters in Russia are extremely cold. They get a lot of snow, with temperatures dipping as low as -32 degrees celsius. I wouldn't recommend taking small children to Russia in winter, not even adults who are not used to harsh winter conditions should visit Moscow in winter. June should be a good time. You can certainly take the strollers with you. Good luck!
Warmer weather is most likely encountered between May and September with the weather getting warmer towards the middle (July) then cooler towards the end of this period. Of course, there is always the odd “hot” or “Cold... More
Warmer weather is most likely encountered between May and September with the weather getting warmer towards the middle (July) then cooler towards the end of this period. Of course, there is always the odd “hot” or “Cold” period anytime as is with weather everywhere. Layer and be prepared for anything.