for a stylish and elegant Italian restaurant experience come to Semifreddo with a décor that features dark wooden furniture classic white-clad tables and a sunny white open air terrace. The main reason to visit Semifreddo is the chief who has been awarded not just one but two Michelin-stars. Read More

Café Pushkin

The breathtaking decor at Cafe Pushkin sets the stage for a one-of-a-kind night of luxury and romance. The restaurant’s interior has been redecorated in the style of a Russian aristocrat’s home in the era of the tsars. The service is equally old-world, with waiters serving drinks on antique trolleys. The meat pies and dumplings offer a taste of authentic Russian cuisine. 26 Tverskoybulvar in Moscow. For more information visit or call Read More


If you are looking for tasty authentic Italian food look no further. Mario’s is ranked the best in the capital.A favorite spot for Birthdays or romantic outings especially with its private summer garden. Although Mario’s is pricy it is also elegant and worth every penny it is truly a hot spot for the richest, Movie stars, mafia, politicians, and generals. Read More

Hotel BaltschugKempinski

The historic Hotel BaltschugKempinski has attracted the most venerable members of Russian society over the years. The hotel looks out onto Red Square, with such stunning views of St Basil’s Cathedral that both the famous artists Kramskoi and Vasnetsov set up their studios at the hotel. The hotel boasts modern luxuries while retaining its classic allure. Expect to find the hotel’s tony clientele lounging by the chic pool. Read More

Hotel National

Located just across the street from the Kremlin, seat of Russia’s government, the Hotel National is the go-to hotel for Moscow’s power players and elite. Built in 1903, the hotel’s 206 rooms have survived political upheavals and wars with grace. The traditional decor evokes a grand, formal glamour. Read More

Ritz Carlton

The Ritz Carlton is a recent addition to Moscow’s list of hotels, and its owners have spared no expense in making this new contender the city’s most opulent. Though the hotel was only opened in 2007, its decor gives the impression of a return to Russia’s gilded golden age, with silk, marble, semiprecious stones and chandeliers as far as the eye can see. With a luxurious spa and a Michelin-starred chef in residence, this is a true first class experience. Read More

Winzavod Centre for Contemporary Art

Following Manhattan's trend of opening galleries in old factories, Winzavod is considered to be Moscow's most modern and unique gallery space. Located on the territory of an old winery and before that a brewery, Winzavod's industrial setting is perfect for the provocative and extremely popular art exhibits it hosts. With 3 large exhibition halls and 11 galleries - every week one can find an exciting event to attend - be it an art-house film screening, a pop-up designer show, a trendy photo exhibit or an avant-garde art presentation. Read More

Garage Center for Contemporary Culture

DashaZhukova, the socialite philanthropist partner of Russian oligarch Roman Abramovich, founded the Garage Center in 2008 to bring important modern and contemporary art to Moscow, and to raise the profile of artists working in the city. The gallery is passionately supported by Zhukova’s elite friends in the business and fashion industries, so this is not only a place to see beautiful works of art but also beautiful people. Read More

Pushkin Museum

Housed in the cottage where Russian poet Alexandr Pushkin lived in exile, this museum holds some of the country’s most prestigious works of art, as well as classic European artists such as Picasso and Van Gogh. The museum holds rare gold looted from Troy by German archaeologist Heinrich Schliemann which was then taken by the Soviet Army during World War II. Read More

Red Square

The incredible grandeuer and fairy-tale architecture of Red Square make it the top destination for any visit to Moscow. This historic venue is closed to traffic, so you can stroll through the grounds at your leisure, taking in everything from the Kremlin to St. Basil’s Cathedral candied spires. Read More