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Okhotny Ryad was opened in 1997 and is located underground. Each underground level is decorated in the styles of different eras: 18th century, classicism and modern. The roof is decorated in the style of the 19th century. At the top of the main...more
The mall is located a short walk from the Zhukov statue in Manege Square. It is necessary to walk down a few steps to access the mall. It is hard to believe that there are so many shops in this area. There are three floors...More
Great mix of local and international stores, very well organised into areas so if you are looking for shoes for example the shoe stores are all relatively close to one another. Prices are global average so no cheaper nor more expensive than elsewhere. Cheaper than...More
This mall is such a lifesaver! Located near the red square and the surrounding places of interest, it was a great place to duck in and out of as a rest stop, respite from the cold/rain, F&B and some retail therapy. There's a reasonably good...More
It is centrally located, many well-known stores and brands, shopping opportunities at decent prices, attractive offers and the opportunity to eat outside or inside, finding both specific foods and fast food snacks. I do not recommend buying souvenirs, too high prices compared to other places.
This is a great underground Mall. There is ALLOT of shops, you can pretty much find whatever you are looking for here. They also had some really good deals going on when we were there. We really managed to get some great bargains. If you...More
Very hard to find as it is underground and from outside you cannot come to know it is a mall. We walked all around Red Square to find this place, the first time around. But on finding it, was really glad we tried. I visited...More
Hard to believe that under the terrace approach to Red Square there is a giant food court and shopping mall but here you will find loads of familiar brands (Subways, KFC, McDonalds, plus loads of Asian, Italian, Russian outlets). Few have menus in English (thereby...More
Visiting this place I expected the hell of a crowd and too expensive shops (as the location is next to the Kremlin) but it was nice and interesting. There are casual fashion shops, small cafes, ambient atmosphere. Liked it a lot!