The buildings surrounding the square lend some beauty, but the real attraction is the grandeur and size of the square itself. I'd really love to be here during a parade.
I liked the Red Square but is is very crowded. While it is fascinated to be there and see it with your own eyes makes the history coming live; it is also a very touristic place. Nevertheless this is one of the places in the world you see at least once.
Stand in the middle of Red Square and close your eyes. You can hear the Tanks, the parade, the canons and obviously Lenin talking to you. I never got tired to walk on Red Square and look at the people. You can feel that this is THEIR place of history. If you are lucky, you will see Lovers, Wedding couples... More
The view and surroundings are remarkable, you will need to visit the GUM shopping center as well as it is a good piece of art itself. The Vasily Blazhenny Cathedral is a must to see, the Souvenir market a must to visit and buy few goods
the day we went to visit there was a bomb square and just one guard in full military uniform to guard it!! but we went to visit the opposite of it where Moscow's HARRODS is situated and really worth a vist there, bit it was nice to see the podium where all the russiamn leaders stood and waved.that was June... More
Like the hard work done by those who built this place, its a amazing place to visit and explore, Also like the expensive branded shops located in Red Square area, quite expensive but high quality counts. Anyone visiting Moscow please visit red square.
I visited the place in October under acceptable climate but then the whole land of Russia is notorious for its cold climate. Red square is something that you cant miss at all with the red coloured architectural complex shining all along and then there are statues of many iconic figures of Russia. Over all the place is well worth a... More
Be alert passing through the crowds at entrance to Red square if you are coming from State Museum's side. Otherwise interesting to walk and look at the walls of Kremlin, churches and Lenin's Mausoleum,
What do you say about red square so much history. We went in November it was drizzly and cold but that didn't matter get an umbrella a coat and take in the beauty of red square. If your going to Moscow you have to go here.
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