The most anticipated Moscow project of the last 50 years – Zaryadye Park opened just steps from Red Square. The central city park combines historic artifacts with modern technologies. It was created to project a new image of Russia to the world. Join me as we explore the park and all it has to offer. We traverse not only the history of Russia, but its climate zones as well. Along the way, I'll point out some of the attractions that make this park such a gem right in the heart of Moscow.
The Cupola, The "Soaring" Bridge, Ice Cave, Old English Court
The nearest Moscow Metro station to the park is Okhotny Ryad (Red Line). From there you should pass Red Square and St. Basil's Cathedral
Places to stop along the way:
The Cupola, Media Centre, the Underground Museum, the "Soaring" Bridge, the Crust, Ice Cave,
Best time to walk:
Daytime when it is not dark so you can see all the pavilions
Keep an eye on your belongings. If you're doing the tour in summer, make sure to take some water with. Comfortable shoes are advised.
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