How has this hotel rated in the past?
TripAdvisor Reviews Yunost Hotel Moscow
Travel Blogs from Moscow
... br> The nearby Maly Theatre (Maly meaning "small") is a well known drama establishment. Operating on its present site in Theatre Square since 1824, Maly Theatre has positioned itself as a traditional drama theatre that produces classical heritage plays. The attractive cream-yellow building with white trim adjacent to the Bolshoi Theatre is the Youth Academic Theatre.
Across the road from the Bolshoi Square and just north of Red Square lies ...
not sure of.
we have beer, wine and champagne. Quite often we have many different types of
vodka. Mongolians finish a meal with vodka to help with digestion. Russians
have a shot, before, during and after a meal for the same reason. Plus on the
Russian train they gave us each a ...
... of Russia's growing empire into Ukraine). Whilst it may not feel like it when you're wrestling a granny to get the last spot in a packed Moscow rush hour metro, there is actually a hell of a lot of open space in this country. Just drive for no more than an hour from the centre of Moscow and you are greeted with forest after forest and flat green land as far as the eye can see. It really is quite refreshing. And people do live out here, in ...
... original white walls, fresco style, to match the red walls of the Kremlin. It is truly stunning! Inside was a real surprise. Instead of one large space, each dome and spire was its own little church. So the whole place was a maze of tiny rooms with icons and frescos. Quite difficult to manoeuvre around with a large group and other tourists.
After seeing the inside we had time to wander around Red Square a bit more, buy an ice cream, and plan to come back in our free ...
... all foreign tourists but Maria said there are still a lot of people who go to pay homage.
Back out in the sunshine we found St Basil's Cathedral was closed for no apparent reason so we took photos outside then went to look at GUM department store which forms the wall of Red Square opposite the Kremlin. Well, what as surprise! In all the spy stories I have read GUM was a place where people queued for hours to get whatever it was that had ...