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Moscow

Moscow
It is not surprising that Moscow, Russia's capital and the largest city on the European continent, has a rich history. You will want to fly with Austrian Airlines to Moscow and discover the numerous opportunities for enjoying contemporary theatre, fine art, music, and dance. Moscow has an abundance of modern delights including night clubs, cafes, and edgy art galleries. One can explore the onion domed churches such as St. Basil's Cathedral, the monuments to fallen heroes, the Kremlin walls and towers, and other vestiges of the former soviet state. Moscow has an enormous number of parks, making it one of the greenest cities in Europe. Sports have always been a tradition in Moscow and the tradition has continued into the present with many competitive venues, including a large sports center.

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Russian Federation
  • Currency: Russian rouble(RUB)
  • Language: Russian
  • Capital: Moscow
  • Austrian flight destination: Krasnodar, Moscow, Rostov, St. Petersburg
Airport
  • Moscow-Domodedovo (DME): The airport is located 42 km (26 miles) south of central Moscow.
  • Address: Domodedovskiy rayon, Moskovskaya oblast, Moscow, Russia
  • Telephone: (7)(495) 933 6666
  • Airport Moscow You will be directed to a possibly non-accessible site. Take care. Be careful.

Timetable Moscow

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travel duration: 23:20
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13:45 +1
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travel duration: 14:00
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What to see in Moscow

What to see in Moscow
Ice Sculptures
Moscow's winters are long and bleak but Russians make the best of it: They carve ice sculptures. The best pieces are exhibited at the Museum of Ice Sculptures, most likely the coldest museum on earth. At minus 10 degrees centigrade you will for sure need a handkerchief, and red noses are guaranteed. A visit is worthwhile anyway as the sculptures represent the high art of winter. Here, Poseidon hovers on a wave of ice, and over there Father Frost peeps around the corner of his ice house, while ice squirrels are collecting nuts for the winter. The collection is a successful mix of ice, music and colours, often focusing on mythological figures or Russian fairy-tales. If you like to play ice princess you will be disappointed: Right at the entrance visitors are clad in shapeless parkas, a combination of space suit and complete-body condom, protecting you from freezing to death and protecting the sculptures from melting due to your body's heat. The exhibition is open through the summer though. So you can either flee from the heat or warm up in the winter. Just another hot tip: Don't lick the ice, it won't do you any good!
Cosmonaut Museum
Gallery

Where to eat in Moscow

Where to eat in Moscow
Coffeemania
Cynics say that Coffeemania is the Russian Starbucks equivalent. It's true, you get your Latte, your Moccachino and your Espresso - just as in the US chain. But there are differences. Instead of muffins there's a variety of finest cakes on offer, such as the incredible Orinoko, a chocolate cake with raspberries, or the Desire, a fantastic creation made of marzipan, strawberries and pistachios. Yet before you choose your dessert take a look at the menu - as in addition to coffee and cake the Coffeemania also has a variety of culinary treats from Asia (excellent wok dishes), Italy (delicious Bruschetta) and Russia (Pelmeni and Borsch - the two classics) in store. Each Coffeemania has a different interior decoration - from trendy to artistic or traditional. Quite contrary to Starbucks you are allowed to smoke here. And the service is far better. Only specialists are allowed to work the coffee machines. So-called Baristas are trained for that - it's their task to brew and prepare the most perfect coffee. Coffeemania is the right place for all those interested in art, a piece of cake or international cuisine.
Cristal Room
Desert Sun

Where to stay in Moscow

Where to stay in Moscow
Kempinski
While Kempinski is a German company, the hotel has a typical British demeanour. It is reserved, always obliging but surrounded by royal luxury. The location is alone is terrific: The Kempinski is within an Earl Grey`s reach from the Red Square. You can almost touch the onion towers when opening your windows. Numerous artists used to have their studios in the rooms of the hotel, the view from it immortalized on canvas. Today, guests enjoy the fantastic vista without an easel. The interior of the luxury hotel boasts exquisite fabrics, marble baths and warm shades. W-Lan, flat-screens and English dailies are useful add-ons for manager. But do relax and recreate at the spa as well: In the indoor pool you can leave the daily grind behind. Your personal trainer will help you reduce your stress level at the fitness centre and a massage will make you forget all worries. And do eat! After having killed so many calories you may well treat yourself a hearty Japanese, French or Russian dinner. Have a tea and two scones thereafter and you will feel like a Briton again. Double room from 510 euros per night.
Kempinski Moskau
Ararat Park Hyatt

Where to shop in Moscow

Where to shop in Moscow
Gum
Have you also asked yourself already why everything costs three times as much in Moscow? Here's the answer: The store rents are as astronomical as the palm grease at the border. That's why designer stores have to sell at much higher prices if they want to make profit at all. Yet Russian fashion victims don't care: They want to buy whatever it costs - and now. To keep up-to-date they flock to the GUM department store, its location alone being quite impressive. Located in the immediate vicinity of the Red Square, the GUM offers luxury shopping in the purest sense. Those who have a shop here have made it, next to Armani, Jil Sander and Max Mara. Already when looking in the shop windows you are filled with wonder and awe. Inside, you get anything that is noble and exclusive: chronographs by Chaumet, leather by Ferragamo, jewellery by Dior. If you don't get bankrupt here, you're either a millionaire or a thief.
TSUM
Arbat & Tverskaja

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