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Visited today with a friend of mine. Came there early, at 10 am and there is special early bird price, which is very nice. Didn’t take us long to get up and here we were. You can see a lot, basically almost everything. Unlimited ice...More
While travelling with a little boy, it is impossible to see everything in Moscow in 2 weeks. So, I decided go to the Panorama360. Indeed the view is really very great (though this building is much shorter than the other one a few blocks away!)....More
It won't take long till this place will be crowded! The view is stunning and the viewing platform is great! The price is a bit high, but absolutely OK for a good viewing deck in the world and they give a lot of extras: ice...More
We came here with colleagues from different countries. We had booked the your in advance. It is not easy to figure out which tower you are looking for. Then we were sent to Afimoll, the shopping centre, where we change our booking into real tickets....More
You cannot see the Kremlin or any of the key attractions of the city of Moscow as it is one of the shortests buildings of the "city" and the rest of skyscrappers block the view.
It is very expensive over 900rb, to barely see anything...More
We really tried our best to find the entrance or a ticket office to this place but staff inside both towers was very unfriendly and unwilling to answer any questions. There are many touts outside that are willing to show you the obervatory but they...More
The place has a feel of a sleazy bar...
For 700 RUB per person you get to ride a very fast elevator and than the good experience is over. You enter through a door to an empty office space that hasn't been completed...concrete floor partly...More
The so-called "Observation pad" is located on the 58 th floor of the building "Federatsia". It has nothing to do with observation pads as it is an office of some antique shop that obviously has difficulty in paying their rent. The total viewable radius is...More
if you were already on Vorobevy Gory and Kremlin, then you certainly must visit Moscow City - consentration of skyscrapers in Russia.
The main idea of this "city in a city" is to make a nice place for workers-pedestrians. Now there are not really clean...More
The neighborhood is divided into two major halves by Krasnaya Presnya street: the southern part highlights Moscow city – businesses contained in skyscrapers along with the White House - where the Russian government works. The north is a bit more relaxed and casual, visitors here will find the Moscow zoo, National Centre for Contemporary Arts and a number of fine restaurants. The beautiful neo-gothic Cathedral
of the Roman Catholic Church of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary is usually packed with the events such as organ music concerts.