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Hotels in Moscow

Hotels in Moscow

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The most commonly spoken language is Russian.

Currency & Cost

The currency used in Moscow is the Russian rouble.

£10 = 3 beers, or 4 portions of fried dumplings.

Local Time

3 hours ahead of UK Time

Frequently Asked Questions

Events run throughout the year in Moscow, from Russian Fashion Week in March to the International Film Festival, so there’s always something going on. The months from June to August are lovely and sunny, drawing the most crowds. By contrast, the winters are cold and snowy, perfect for romantic types. And the spring gives you lovely warm temperatures and lots of fun events to see.
Hotels in Kitay-Gorod, a diverse neighbourhood of the city, are a good option if you’re interested in exploring fascinating winding streets while encountering all kinds of Moscow’s citizens. You’ll have easy access to major city sites, such as Red Square and St Basil’s Church, which are each no more than a 21-minute walk away. Adults will likely appreciate this area for its nightlife. Kitay-Gorod features several highly rated bars, such as Mandarin Combustible, and one of the city’s most popular clubs, Propaganda.For one of the trendiest parts of Moscow, choose hotels in Khamovniki, which was once the home of Leo Tolstoy. This neighbourhood is popular with the city’s young set, not least because of its many chic drinking establishments and eateries. For instance, Vinniy Bazar and Winil are two much-frequented wine bars, and MEGUmi and Pinzeria by Bontempi are a pair of highly rated restaurants. Khamovniki is also a good choice for families, especially since it is situated in a bend in the Moskva River that makes it ideal for boat trips.Hotels in Tverskoy put you in the centre of Moscow, where there is a wide choice of accommodation. This is one of the city’s most cosmopolitan areas and features Tverskaya Street, which is Moscow’s main thoroughfare. It runs from the Kremlin and takes in a great many shops, cafés and restaurants. Couples will likely appreciate Tverskoy District's Hermitage Gardens, which was created in 1894 and is often credited with being one of Moscow’s most romantic locations.

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