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It’s impossible to visit the Jewish Quarter and not go to the Jewish Museum and Tolerance Center – all roads lead here. After visiting the most innovative museum in Russia, cross the street to taste some delicious kosher food. When you’ve tried the best hummus in Moscow, explore early Soviet architecture by going to the Theater of the Russian army and take a rest in Ekaterininsky Park where boats and ducks keep everyone company.
Eat, see, and stay in Maryina Roshcha (Jewish Quarter)
The depth of the exhibits really surprised me. This museum had interactive exhibits and doscents to guide you. It’s superb in its depth and detail. We enjoyed a number of interactive exhibits as well. There’s also a good cafe if you want a break. Cleary a good way to spend 2-3 hours
The quality of exhibits on display in this museum is more wide ranging and informative than other military museums in Moscow.. Although it is obvious that the display areas could be improved, there was no denying the quality of the extensive information The museum has two floors of exhibits, and 12 exhibit rooms on each floor. We had printed a...
Moscow is very big city which reminds me more europe😊😊 this park is very nice, romantic, everything in green😍😍u can see the little river 😊so clean. And u can see the place for couples heart locks. Also u can go to cafe with the best view to this river😊😊really I recommend u to visit exactly this park😊😊
The vast Armenian Diaspora in Moscow has long felt an acute shortage of places of worship — both Armenian-Apostolic and Catholic. In fact, there was only one Armenian church in Moscow - at the Armenian cemetery in Presnya, not far from the famous Vagankovo cemetery. The other two were destroyed. It is not surprising that the question of the construction...
Out of the way so takes a real effort to get there and there is not a lot to see, but if you love Russian literature like we do then you will love it! There is a real feeling of a home from history and there are a few bits in English telling you what things are. There is also...
$$ - $$$ • American, Steakhouse, Bar, European, Wine Bar, Barbecue, Central European
reviewed 12 September 2018 by Mina M
We sat at the bar a few variety of beer, we chose the London Pride and it was pretty good. The ribs were also very good.
The place is well situated, nice music, has friendly staff but prices are little bit expensive I believe.
Fantastic food, great service, cool design, nice terrace. 10/10.
Obscure location, but that's a bonus as it allowed the designer's full reign!!
Clever design, clean lines, food is (*lite) Central Asian, beautifully cooked, nice presentation. Brilliant.
$$ - $$$ • Barbecue, Eastern European, Caucasian, Georgian
"The most perfect find for authentic Georgian food"
reviewed yesterday by ist26
We were looking for a good local restaurant and wow did we find it! Great rustic setting and traditional food menu. The staff so helpful with the language barrier which was fun and the food amazing. The live guitar singing troupe just made it a perfect evening . Thanks all.
$$ - $$$ • Greek, Seafood, Mediterranean, European, Eastern European
"Visiting Moscow for a business trip. A friend of mine recommended visiting Porto Mykonos. Definitely coming back!!!"
reviewed 16 August 2018 by Dobro F
The only place in Moscow you can actually eat real Greek food prepared by a real Greek chef!!! Food absolutely amazing! Greek music, colors, atmosphere!!! Portion size was great and value for money reasonable. Special thanks to our waiter Zivko who was helpful and went out of his way in order to accommodate all our needs.
"good but not great,well located,easy transportation,good view in some rooms"
reviewed 17 July 2018 by Hesham A
the hotel is good but not great,AC is working well,have LCD TV,have a good view,transportation is easy to / from the hotel,have a good breakfast,area is so quite and there is a park in front of the hotel.
This hotel is a renovated apartment block from the Soviet Era. Clean, simple, but not aesthetically appealing, it is ok. It’s a 10-minute walk to the subway, but the stop is off the main line. Transfers will be needed to get to important sites.