Moscow in your pocket: new guidebooks to Moscow developed for tourists

October 10, 2019
Tourism and travels

Three new guidebooks have been developed for tourists, in Russian, English and Chinese to tell about chief Moscow sights, cultural events and places to recreate with children.

 'We keep developing services for Moscow guests  — accessible and relevant for different categories of travellers. The new free guides to Moscow contain all the necessary information for tourists to make a route around the city, go sightseeing, recreate with children, attend some events and festivals, etc. We are sure they will make your stay in Moscow special and even more insightful,' said Yekaterina Pronicheva, Chairman of the Moscow City Tourism Committee.

The guides are available in Zaryadye Park, VDNKh, Moskvarium, Panorama 360, GUM (State Department Store), Museum of Moscow, Jewish Museum and Tolerance Centre, Moscow Сable Way ticket offices and other tourist facilities of Moscow, including some hotels.

Soon, they will be available for free in Moscow museums, galleries, parks and other public spaces.

The guidebook 'Moscow: Insightful Sightseeing' describes popular Moscow museums, monuments, parks, observation decks and art spaces. Moscow guests will find a map of the old town with the most attractive sights to visit.

The brochure 'Around Moscow with Children' will tell about the best theatres with children's repertoire, Moscow museums and insightful spaces for children. It has a selection of cafes and restaurants with children's menus, as well as sports grounds to spend family time. There is also a section about the Moscow Zoo.

The guidebook 'Moscow. Events and Culture' will introduce you to major annual festivals, exhibitions and other cultural, sports and gastronomic events. In particular, you will learn more about the Moscow Seasons.

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Besides, all brochures have the emergency services numbers and some tips —  how to get to the airports, use Moscow bike or car sharing system or take a river trip.

The guides vary in colour depending on the topic: 'Moscow: Insightful Sightseeing' is red, 'Around Moscow with Children’ is light green, 'Moscow. Events and Culture' is blue.

The guides are also available in electronic form. Download them on the website of the Moscow City Tourism Committee.


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