Moscow - Russia
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If you are travelling to Moscow don’t miss a great opportunity to see some of the best touristy places in the city. Follow your personal guide on this perfect walking tour and get ready to see how local citizens are spending their leisure time, walk in the best and famous parks of Moscow and visit some of the most important historic and cultural landmarks of the city.
Here is a full list of landmarks you can visit on the route:
Sparrow Hills: A hill on the right bank of the Moskva River and one of the highest points in Moscow, reaching a height of 220 m. The observation platform, which gives a picturesque panoramic view of the city.
Neskuchny Sad: The oldest park in Moscow, with an area of 40.8 hectares and a former Emperor's residence, created as a result of the integration of three estates in the 18th century.
Gorky park: Full name is Gorky Central Park of Culture and Leisure, is a central park in Moscow, in 2011 underwent a major reconstruction, becoming one of the most beautiful parks of Moscow and Europe.
Muzeon: Park of arts (formerly called the Park of the Fallen Heroes), the largest open-air sculpture museum in Russia, with more than 700 artworks currently on display and another 200 in storage.
The Cathedral of Christ the Savior: Was originally commissioned after the defeat of Napoleon, but work did not begin on its construction until 1839, but was demolished in 1931 by orders the Soviet government. Cathedral was rebuilt in 2000, loosely based on original designs, but constructed with modern building materials and fitted out with all mod-cons including air conditioning, telecommunications facilities, elevators and underground parking.