This street starts from the Kremlin itself and runs northwest in the direction of Tver (hence the name) and Saint Petersburg

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Moscow Through The Eyes Of Locals - Private Tour

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...ns (Christ the Savior, Patriarch Ponds, Tverskaya street) and a lot of off the beaten path. You will also drop into best...

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Moscow Walking Tour Through the Eyes of Locals

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...re, Lenin’s Mausaleum, Bolshoi theatre, Tverskaya street), and then take step back from touristic paths to discover auth...

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Russian Pancakes Tour with Free Samplings and Historical Walk in Downtown Moscow

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Want to try Russian traditional pancakes? Learn to eat like a local on this fantastic, 2- or 3-hour...

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Private tour: Red Square tour with Breakfast, Brunch or Lunch in Pushkin Cafe

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Celebrate holiday season in Moscow on this private 5-hour Christmas tour.See Moscow’s attractions l...

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Tverskaya Street, Moscow

This street starts from the Kremlin itself and runs northwest in the direction of Tver (hence the name) and Saint Petersburg.

This street starts from the Kremlin itself and runs northwest in the direction of Tver (hence the name) and Saint Petersburg. For that reason the road was a very important thoroughfare in Tsarist Russia. It is now Moscow's most fashionable street, with several prestigious boutiques. It is also lined with cafes, restaurants, coffeehouses, a couple of theaters, and several hotels, including two locations of the Marriott. Most of the street's architecture doesn't actually have much history to it, though along the way you will find Russia's first, and the world's busiest, McDonalds. The statue of Pushkin at Pushkinskaya Square is a very popular meeting point. From Red Square to Belorusski Train Station is about one hour and is a great way to see the most famous street in Moscow. Take a peek inside the Yeliseev Grocery Store, Moscow's answer to Harrod's food halls, to see the restored ornate interior.


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About Tverskaya Street

 Tverskaya St, Moscow, Russia, 101000

Tverskaya Street and Nearby Sights on Map

Stanislavski Museum

The house where Konstantin Stanislavski, the propounder of method acting, lived

State Museum of GULAG History

Relatively small museum of gulag history

Russian State Library

One of the largest libraries in the world

Patriarshi ponds area

There is only one pond left, but it is squared with buildings so it is quite peaceful here despite hectic Sadovoye Ring nearby

Museum of Modern Art (Moscow)

It houses an impressive collection of 20th-century paintings and sculptures by Russian and foreign artists, including avant-garde art by Chagall, Kandinsky and Malevich

Bolshoi Theatre

Sit in front of the famed theater near the fountain, or catch a show inside if you can

Gogol House

Pushkin Museum

Pushkin Museum is dedicated to Western art and has one of the world's most significant Impressionist and Post-Impressionist collections, along with some Old Masters

Diamond Fund

It holds the Imperial collection, including the crown jewels

Alexander Garden

One of the first urban public parks in Moscow, there are three separate gardens along the western Kremlin wall