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Moscow offers a fairytale silhouette, with colourful, domed palaces, and grand, intricate architecture. As well as being a photographer’s dream, Moscow plays host to a heavy communist history that is imbued through every street, and a charming artistic scene that’s home to some of the biggest bastions of culture in the entire world. Art, history, and whimsy play a huge part in Moscow’s narrative, but there’s also a thriving contemporary lifestyle that’s fit to burst with nouveau cafes, trendy restaurants, and a hedonistic nightlife. Whether you’re looking to discover some of the world’s best-loved performing arts shows, wander through age-old history, marvel at impossibly beautiful architecture, or dive into the famous Russian nightlife, Moscow will not disappoint. Explore all of this and more from our Moscow apartments, which offer comfortable and cheap places to stay.
From our apartments in Moscow, you have easy access to all of the city’s major attractions. Many lie in the centre of the city and are within walking distance of each other.
Moscow is filled to the brim with luxury hotels and boutique accommodation, many of which fall under the same architectural wonder as the major attractions. If you’re looking for Moscow accommodation that is centrally based and offers a way to really get under the skin of the city, then our huge selection of holiday rentals are the perfect option. Our apartments a dotted around all the major sites and create an independent itinerary for anyone who’s looking to get to know Moscow on a local level.
As well as a deep-threaded history and a collection of incredible old buildings, Moscow is also home to a vibrant young culture that brings an array of creative wonder with it. Throughout the city, you’ll find numerous cafes that are bursting with new-age design and quirky personalities. As Moscow races into the present-day, more and more of these charming establishments are popping up around every corner.
More Vnutri combines a café with a creative art space. As well as admiring the eye-catching artworks on display, you can also take masterclasses and workshops in a variety of arty disciplines. Meanwhile, don’t forget to tuck into some of the healthy vegetarian dishes and the freshly made drinks. Then there’s Didu, an unusual café with plasticine walls. Wicker chairs hang from the ceiling, whilst a mishmash of furniture comes together in harmony – oh, and the walls feature an endless supply of weird plasticine sculptures.
Usadba Freelabs is another unusual addition to Moscow’s café scene. Set inside a historic mansion, it brings together old and new with contemporary design and a clientele that is almost exclusively made up of creatives.
Getting to our Moscow apartments from the airport is easy, provided you know which airport you’re flying into - with three different hubs it can get confusing. There’s Sheremetyevo Airport, which is predominantly dedicated to international flights coming in from Europe and America, Domodedovo Airport, a smaller hub that’s increasing in popularity with low-cost carriers, and, finally, Vnukovo Airport. All three are served by the Aeroexpress train company, which offers the easiest and cheapest way to get into the city centre.