What to see in Moscow in the first place for 1 day, 2 days with kids and in the winter?
Many visitors to the capital of the Russian Federation set a very fair question: what to see in Moscow in the first place? Everyone knows that Moscow is not only capital of Russia, but modern metropolis with a huge number of monuments, museums, theatres, exhibitions and Orthodox shrines. And all this I want to see, but how to prioritize so that you can see the most important thing and for a short period of time?
The first, probably, why here come people from around the world – Moscow Kremlin. He represents both spiritual and religious and artistic center. This is the first place where you must visit to feel the spirit of Moscow is even included in the seven wonders of the world due to the unique architecture of all its 20 towers.
Next on the list go to Red Square – the heart of the city, and enough to walk up on it, go to the Cathedral of Christ the Savior. Even if you are not a religious person, believe me, this building is able to cause awe at the first glimpse of any person. Once inside, you will fully experience the rich spirituality of the Russian Orthodox people.
If you continue to run the spiritual scrapie, then you should definitely visit St. Basil's Cathedral, Novodevichy and Donskoy Monasteries. Having been once, even in one of these places, you are guaranteed to leave the piece itself.
I want to note that to feel the spirituality can be in almost every corner of Moscow: the capital has a huge number of temples, monasteries and churches.
Also highly recommend to visit the exhibition the Tsar Cannon, the Tsar Bell and Armoury
If you are a connoisseur of art, you will need to visit:
- Small and large theaters named after A. P. Chekhov,
- The Taganka theatre
Again, in these places passed is so strong that remain indifferent simply not possible.
We recommend you to visit Tretyakov Gallery – the place where all the best works of painters and sculptors XI—XXI V. the same applies to the Historical Museumwhere you can witness the Izbornik of Svyatoslav, Globus Blau and most importantly – the sword of Napoleon.
If you are coming to the capital for a while, and you wonder: what to see in Moscow for 1 day? This list will be quite enough, and that you will not be able to pass completely.
What to see in Moscow with children? The answer is obvious: of course it is necessary to go to the circus! The most famous circuses in the capital are:
- The great Moscow circus
- The circus of dancing fountains,
- Cirque du Soleil
- everyone's favorite Yuri Nikulin circus, which in a way has become public property.
Now let's consider in more detail some interesting sights
The planetarium is the ideal place to visit if you come here with a child. Also for children there are other interesting places:
- Museum Of Cosmonautics;
Being in the Planetarium, you can touch, twist and twirl any exhibits that are not allowed to do in many other places. If you hit him, you first need to visit the 4D cinema, and purchase tickets for the session in the Big star hall.
A very interesting "thing" there is a stethoscope. This thing is presented as a globe, from which come the headphones, and, twisting it, and pressing certain country, you will be able to hear songs and greeting people in different languages.
If your child is really interested, as indeed all works, not just is delighted with the large and beautiful "pictures", then you'll need to find a guide that clearly and intelligibly explain to the child.
Otherwise you have to either own all to explain to the child, or constantly running around after him from exhibit to exhibit, because many children just cannot be stopped. Good that the guides are missing at all.
It would be a sacrilege not to mention the street that just mesmerizes people, forcing them to walk and walk through it. The Arbat – a street that is filled with Russian spirit, with its rich history. Important in the street – her age is – she is one of the oldest streets of Moscow. Since it is at the same level as all the famous Red Square.
If you are wondering what to see in Moscow in the winter, it is here necessary to go for a walk at this time of year. This street is pedestrianised, making it all the time serves a large number of artists,artists and offered for sale a variety of traditional Souvenirs. Thus, this street becomes unique in that it keeps developing and not standing still. It can be called in some sense alive.
On Arbat you will be able to see the monument to Bulat Okudzhava, the sculpture "Pushkin and Natalie" and "Hard Rock Cafe". It is worth noting that all of these locations are already the objects of modernity, which proves the constant change of the Arbat. Another attraction is the Wall of Tsoi, which is written almost entirely in house at number 37. It will be possible to see a huge number of quotes from the group "Kino", as well as numerous declarations of love to the leader of the group.
And this is the entire Arbat – it is possible to explore to infinity.
What to see in Moscow for 2 days? It depends on your preferences. Basically, if you look, the best option to tight deadlines will be movement on the subway. To circumvent almost all of these sights in such a short time is almost impossible, because Moscow is a big city.
If you come for 1-2 days, then choose what you like and go there. If you set a goal to see all the sights of Moscow you will need at least 1-2 weeks.