What to do in Moscow?

Hi everyone, after sharing several posts regarding Moscow, I would like to make a complex one in which you will find all the attractions which I had experienced. Furthermore, I will add a few words about my general feeling. Moscow is probably the largest and most different city to which I have ever been to….

Rooftop bar SIXTY✨

Rooftop restaurants provide a great opportunity to take stunning photos but also a chance to experience a magical and romantic atmosphere✨ When we were in Moscow, we went to a restaurant called SIXTY. Surprisingly, it is situated on the 60th floor😀 in a building called Federation Tower. It´s not so easy to get to the restaurant….

Café Pushkin 🍰

I had seen desserts from Café Pushkin on Trip Advisor and the photos appealed to me to the point that I convinced my parents to visit this charming place. The interior was magical, romantic, furnished with luxurious wooden furniture and there was a library with valuable books. The café offered both desserts and lunch menu…

Courtyard by Marriott Moscow

We were looking for a hotel which would be nearby all main sights and simultaneously the prices would be reasonable. We booked Courtyard by Marriott as it complied with our requirements. It is situated on Voznesenskiy Pereulok which turned out to be a rather quiet street. The main attractions such as Red Square, Armoury Chamber…

GUM – Heaven for fashion lovers

GUM is a heaven for fashion lovers. It is a huge department store with loads of boutiques such as Prada, Moschino, Escada, La Perla, Burberry and many others. Calvin Klein came up with a great idea – the brand created unique sweatshirts and tops with a sign MOckBA (Mockba = the Russian version of Moscow,…

Tretyakov Gallery

The State Tretyakov Gallery was established in 1856 by P. M. Tretyakov. He created a collection of works by Russian artists which now counts approximately 130 000 pieces. The building was designed by Viktor Vasnetsov whose paintings you will find in the gallery. There is a renovated church nearby which is connected to the gallery…

MOSCOW: the Kremlin😍

Red Square is a huge square in Moscow where you will see traditional Russian buildings. The name Red comes from the Russian word “krasnaya” which means both red and beautiful. The most recognisable cathedral called Saint Basil ´s Cathedral is situated there. On the Eastern side of the square is GUM. GUM is a huge…

Night PRAGUE✨

In my view, every city has two faces – daytime and night one. Both are beautiful, however I love staying in a city overnight. It provides me an opportunity to embark on a walk during which I can experience the magical atmosphere of the city, which seems to be present just at nighttime✨ Prague is…

Pařížská street🏰 (famous shopping street)

Pařížská street is a well-known street in Prague which basically leads to the Old Town Square. It is famous for the exclusive boutiques such as Dior, Rolex, Gucci or Louis Vuitton… A big charm of the boutiques is that they are located in beautiful old houses. I enjoy walking through the street as I can…

Roses at Petřín Hill

Prague is a city with a considerable amount of green spaces. Petřín Hill is a huge green area situated basically in the city centre. My Mum and I love the place and this time we faced our challenge – we didn’t just walk down the hill but we also climbed the hill on foot (intead…

PRAGUE: the Strahov Library

Strahov is a district of Prague, which lies on the west part of Petřín hill. Its main pride is the beautiful Strahov Monastery and the Strahov Library. My Mum booked a special tour and a few days after the booking we entered the Strahov Library. There, an elderly lady, who at first sight looked very strict and commanded respect in…

PRAGUE: Vyšehrad🏰

My love for Prague is inexplicable – each time my Mum and I go there, we discover new places, which win our hearts. I’ve been planning for quite a long time to prepare several posts about my dream city and eventually I chose Vyšehrad to appear as the first one. Vyšehrad is situated not right…