Located in the west of Moscow on the former estate of the Naryshkin Princes, the park has preserved an 18th-century palace and colonnade erected as a monument to Catherine the Great's visit to the estate. Until 1964 there was a nature reserve here, and work is currently ongoing in the creation of a landscape cultural park.
The five-kilometer stretch of the park along the Moscow River is particularly beautiful. Nearby is the Garbushka market, notorious for selling pirate CDs and DVDs.
Getting there: The entrance to the park is next to Filevsky Park Metro Station.