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The Russian capital Moscow has an uncanny way of enthralling its visitors, whether it’s with history, its majesty or its sheer artistry. Founded over 860 years ago, Moscow is now one of the truly iconic cities in the world and is home to over 12 million people.
Despite the fall of the Soviet Union, it still continues to command global interest and status, with people from all over the world coming to check out its architecture from the Russian Empire, the communist relics and the wealth of its present-day oligarchs.
Moscow’s airport is busy to say the least. There are six terminals, and over 33 million passengers land and take off here every year.
As it’s over 30 kilometres outside the city centre, booking airport transfers in Moscow with RentABus.com will ensure that you get to the centre quickly.
We also offer airport transfers to and from Domodedovo Airport and Vnukovo International Airport.
To make the most of your time in the city, we’d recommend one of our Moscow sightseeing tours, where you’ll get to enjoy the company of one of our knowledgeable guides.
It’s the easiest way to get to know your surroundings and we can provide groups of visitors with efficient and reliable minibus hire to take you wherever you need to go.
No visit would be complete without seeing the heart of Moscow; Red Square and the Kremlin.
Here’ll you’ll find St. Basil’s Cathedral, the State History Museum and Lenin’s Mausoleum, which is right in the centre of the black cobblestone square.
Inside the Kremlin Museum complex, you’ll get to see several churches, the Patriarch Palace, the Bell Tower and the Armoury Collection of royal clothing and chariots. If you want to tour the Grand Kremlin Palace, you must book tickets in advance.
If you only have time to visit one museum, make it the Tretyakov Gallery with its collection of Russian icons and Russian art. The Pushkin Museum is also worth a visit, as it contains one of the world’s best collections of Impressionist and Post-Impressionist art.
You’ll also find evidence of the former Soviet state all around the city, including monuments to fallen heroes and past battles, museums such as the Gulag History Museum, and Bunker-42, a former cold war underground military nuclear bunker.
Old Arbat Street is awash with cafes, tourist shops and pavement artists while New Arbat Street offers a totally different perspective on modern Russian life with the city’s most expensive restaurants and nightclubs.
Tverskaya Street runs from the Kremlin and is Moscow’s most fashionable boulevard. It’s the place where McDonald’s first set up home in Russia, so if you’re missing your big Mac, you can call in here. There are also boutiques, cafes, restaurants, coffeehouses and hotels galore.
If you love culture and the arts, you’ll be more than spoilt for choice, particularly when it comes to performing arts. There’s the Bolshoi Ballet for starters, and opera lovers should try to get tickets to the Kolobov Novaya Opera Theatre. Don’t miss the famous Russian circus at Tsvetnoi Bulvar and the Obraztsove Puppet Theatre is not just for children.
There’s always something going on at the former Gorky Park, now known as the Park of Culture and Leisure. Whether it’s simply to enjoy the climate in summer, or attend a performance at an outdoor theatre, it’s the place all Muscovites go. In winter there’s an outdoor ice rink and ice sculpture contest.
As for nightlife, if you love a glamorous night out, Moscow is a city that will give you everything you want. There’s a club or café to suit everyone’s tastes, and plenty of dance clubs to dance off the chill of a Moscow winter.
If you’re looking for a reliable bus hire company in Moscow to help you see the city in comfort, or if you simply need to get from the airport on time and in style, get in touch with RentABus.com now.
We’ve got some of the best coaches, minibuses and limousines to hire in Moscow, and they’re available at extremely affordable prices.