Top 10 Most Instagrammable Places (for Selfies) of Moscow 2020
This year we have already rounded up the most exciting and unique places to take a selfie in Moscow in any season of the week.
The park combines historic artifacts such as Kremlin-style gardens with modern sustainable technologies including artificial microclimate systems. Its “soaring bridge” has already become one of the hottest city spots. Explore Zaryadye in one minute!
Garage Museum of Contemporary Art
Garage has recently acquired the official status of ‘a museum of modern art,’ however this doesn’t mean that it has ceased to be a center of cultural life. In addition to viewing interesting exhibitions, one is be able to visit a bookstore, a café and a summer pavilion.
It is conveniently located close to the entrance to Gorky Park; it is lovely to plan a stroll through the park at the end of your visit. Garage is one of Moscow’s art clusters, which are the brightest centers of modern cultural life in the city.
The building itself is a Soviet-style block in Gorky Park. By the way the museum is participating in Moscow’s Free Museum week. Check the schedule.
White Rabbit Restaurant
A huge glass domed roof has spectacular and 360-degree sweeping views over Moscow too – this is where you’ll get the best photo.
Komsomolskaya Metro Station
Komsomolskaya station is known as “Moscow’s Sistine Chapel. Check the other free metro attractions in Moscow.
It represents the peak of the Stalinist Empire style. the station is decorated with elegant bronze chandeliers, marble arcades and monumental mosaics made of smalt.
This extravagant shopping mall with a skylight roof and three-level arcades is home to luxury stores and fancy places to eat.
Sparrow Hills is one of the highest points in Moscow (reaching a height of 80 m above the river level) and a famous park.
The name ‘Sparrow’ – in Russian ‘Vorobyovy’ – was originally the name of the village that was situated in that area.
The Ritz-Carlton Hotel
In the heart of a city steeped in history and art stands The Ritz-Carlton, Moscow, a luxury hotel that honors its breathtaking location in every detail. Don’t miss out the pearl of the hotel – The Ritz-Carlton Hotel – O2 Lounge Bar – with a breathtaking view to the heart of the city.
Housed in a Baroque mansion on Tverskoy Boulevard, Café Pushkin is one of the most beautiful and romantic places to dine in Moscow. It is also famous as a fancy location for exclusive festive photoshoots.
Flacon Design Factory
‘Flacon’ is a well-known charismatic urban facility – a so-called art cluster.
It is home to publishing houses and TV studios, festivals and significant cultural events, offices and never-ending art activities.
The biggest food mall in Europe has opened this year in Moscow (check the address).
it’s an impressive mixture of a huge food market and a seriously big food court. You can literally spend a day there.
Although Red Square is considered one of the most official, reserved and standoffish places in the city, its walls have witnessed many outrageous, strange and exciting events. It looks truly dignified throughout the year.