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The largest shopping centre in Europe. The coolest place in Moscow. Full of entertainment, shops and food. The only KidZania in Russia, awesome park for radio-controlled models Arena Pilotage, huge cinema, more than 50 different cafes & restaurants...more
This place is hard to navigate. If you love shops you will love this place. It is amazing how an aquarium goes right the centre of the shopping centre plus an ice-skating rink in the food court which the kids seem to enjoy. They do...More
Variety of shops, qualified design and architecture. One of the best places for shopping in Moscow. You can find from low tier to high tier luxury shops in Avia Park. Ah and it is huge, you better wear a sport shoes before you go because...More
we came here in the last day before the flight, My wife and daughter enjoyed shopping. my son enjoyed I can fly and mirror maze. Unfortunatedly , he is 13 yr old, so he can not try flight simulation. But we are happy.
Since my husband and I moved to Moscow, we have found AviaPark to be the most convenient mall to shop at. It has every imaginable store, and it has been a particularly good spot for us to pick up World Cup gear. Now that there...More
The place is awesome...the aquarium is the highlight... go there at 11 or 6 so you can attend the show of the scuba divers feeding the fishes....☺ and we were able to catch a show of ice skating which was awesome....
We visited this mall to see the world tallest acquarium. We were more glad to see the wide selection of shops featuring local and international brands. The food outlets on the top floor also offered interesting choice and ambience. There is also a great supermarket...More
Ons of the bigger Malls in Moscow and it is full of shops so a nice one stop shopping experience. One of the best things is the ease of access as you can use the Metro and then a short free bus ride, this means...More
"Very big" does not necessarily mean "great".
Very ordinary (from medium to cheap) stores, difficult access (one entrance only, with long queues to the parking).
Nice entertainment especially for kids.
Good for average russian shoppers. If you are a foreign visitor, don't bother.
The hotel reception told me this is the biggest shopping mall in Europe. I believe he was right.
There are lots of shops and you can find almost all the brands there.
In general Moscow is not a right destination for shopping, but if you...More