Holidays to Moscow
Russia's iconic and enduring capital has survived revolution, Rasputin and even Napoleon but these days you're more likely see sushi bars and young professionals than bread queues and the red guard. With its booming nightlife scene, world famous ballet, circus and opera, alongside a grand Soviet past, it's a break from the normal city break. Suitable for couples, backpackers and urban explorers, the edge of Europe has never been so appealing.
Right on the harbour, this celebration of all things nautical is a permanent reminder of Benidorm's maritime successes.
Casa Museo de Benidorm
A whole complex of palaces, churches and official buildings bating back to 1147, which still houses the government.
Luxury shopping at the GUM
Out of the price range of most, this palace-cum-mall is an experience in itself, with its layered halls and glass roof.
Explore the underground stations
Station hopping on Moscow's Metro, amongst chandeliers, murals and Soviet statues, is a great city pleasure.
Russian dumplings, filled with a mixture of meats and often served with sour cream, are a cheap lunch in local cafes.
Basically a large and thin Russian pancake that can be served either savoury or sweet, or even with caviar.
Veteran Moscow nightclubs
Out of hundreds of venues, the relaxed Propaganda has lasted 16 years, while Sixteen Tons is great for live music.
Hip new venues
Konstructor (in an old beer factory), Mishka Bar (hipster) and Troyka Multispace (old mansion) are the new hangouts.
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