Born from an imperial past, yet an enduring symbol of Soviet Russia, Moscow
is a city between two worlds. Moscow’s art and architecture reflect this crossroad position astride Europe and Asia and revels in the centuries of comings and goings of great minds that have called this world-renowned metropolis home.
The Red Square, Saint Basil’s Cathedral, and The Kremlin top every visitor’s list. These iconic buildings have defined Russia for centuries, but Moscow’s culture doesn’t stop there. Visit Izmailovsky Park, one of the largest urban parks in the world (six times larger than New York’s Central Park) or marvel at the Ostankino Tower, once the tallest structure on earth.
Chase down real adventure and ride the Moscow Metro
for a true taste of Russia in what visitors call part bomb shelter, part art gallery. Moscow is an elite paradise with the highest concentration of billionaires on the planet, so nothing is off limits. Moscow is full of history and possibility – both a political hub and billionaire playground. Visit Moscow
and decide for yourself what this dynamic city means to you.