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Famous Streets

Explore historic Moscow on foot.

Moscow is a vast city, but the historic centre is surprisingly compact, giving visitors the chance to see many of the most important and interesting sights on foot. Our building-by-building guide covers the most celebrated and beautiful streets of the city, giving you a taste of the riches that await you on a trip to Moscow.

Tverskaya Ulitsa in Moscow Tverskaya Ulitsa
The city's central thoroughfare since the Middle Ages, Tverskaya is now home to prestigious shops and restaurants, and has long been the centre of Moscow's theatreland.  ›››

Ulitsa Varvarka in Moscow Ulitsa Varvarka
This small street just off Red Square lays claim to being the oldest in the city. It is also all that remains of the Zaryade merchant's district, and has some of the most interesting buildings in the city.  ›››

Bolshaya Nikitskaya Ulitsa in Moscow Bolshaya Nikitskaya Ulitsa
Home of Moscow's famous Conservatory, this long central avenue also boasts the former homes of some of the city's most illustrious residents.  ›››

Nikolskaya Ulitsa in Moscow Nikolskaya Ulitsa
Running straight off Red Square, this ancient street became known as the home of the Russian Enlightenment thanks to a number of buildings connected with education and scholarship.  ›››

Kuznetsky Most in Moscow Kuznetsky Most
This picturesque, hilly street was once the fashionable meeting place for the higher echelons of Moscow society, with the city's most exclusive shops.  ›››
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