The first of a new type of bus stop has been set up at Garden Ring near the Obraztsov Central Puppet Theater. It has a larger roof with lighting; a ticket-vending machine which allows payment by credit card; free Wi-Fi ( for 15 minutes) an electronic display which indicates remaining time until the arrival of the next bus; and USB-slots for the charging of mobile devices.
A new Ferris wheel will open in 2018 at the All-Russia Exhibition Centre.
Petergof, which is also known as Peterhof, is a magnificent palace with expansive grounds. It is truly amazing, and it is known as Russia’s Versailles.
The "Golden Autumn" food festival has opened in the heart of Moscow.
BigTimeMoscow has selected several of the best swimming pools for your reference.
The annual festival “Journey Into Christmas” will open steps from Red Square on December 12 with dozens of special stalls and tents, playgrounds and stages.
Discover the best attractions for kids in Moscow including the largest planetarium in Europe, the legendary Moscow Zoo and many more.
In this post, BigTimeMoscow continues to introduce Moscow’s art clusters.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zDl7Kfx5CnY An interview with researcher Katherine McKeon on her thought process for the looks selected in the 100 Years of Beauty: Russia video.
In the era of internet transfers and credit card payments sometimes we can feel paralyzed when called upon to pay cash for something.
Moscow remains endlessly beautiful throughout the seasons; however summer is always a special time here. We only have 92 days (if we are lucky) to enjoy good weather, green leaves and blue skies, with a few more in spring and autumn.
Just a few of Moscow roofs are open for visitors, some of which have been captured by fancy restaurants while others are still hidden or neglected.
There are more than 1000 cinemas in Moscow, however only a few of them broadcast films in their original languages.
When you are in urgent need of medication in an unfamiliar city, the issue can quickly become intense.