Situated near the airport, this hotel is within 9 mi (15 km) of Ezhi Monument, Khimki Art Gallery, and Arena Khimki. Rodina Stadium and Chayka Culture Palace ...
Moscow is the political, economic and cultural capital of the Russian Federation. It is home to attractions ranging from Lenin's Tomb, to Gorki Park, to St Basil's Cathedral. Visitors can stay at any number of accommodations, ranging from a luxury stay at the Baltschug Kempinski to a mid-priced room at the HM Hostel. Western establishments such as the Ritz Carlton are also present in the city.
Moscow is served by three major international airports, Domodedovo (DME), Sheremetyevo (SVO), and Vnukovo (VKO). The city has a full transit system, with buses, taxi cabs and the Moscow Metro available for use at all hours. Moscow has many historic neighborhoods divided into specific attractions for visitors, such as the Boulevard ring, where most of the historic public buildings (such as the Bolshoi Theater) are concentrated. At the center of the city is the world famous Kremlin, the seat of government.
Moscow was founded more than 800 years ago, and is one of the oldest surviving cities in Russia. Its climate is famously harsh in the winter, but pleasant during the brief spring and summer seasons. There are literally thousands of restaurants to explore, ranging from the buffet styled Yolky Palky to Carre Blanc, a 5-star French restaurant. Moscow boasts some of the world's most prestigious night clubs, such as Fabrique, Gogol Bar and Propaganda.
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