Welcome to Moscow

Welcome to Moscow

A Cultural Haven

Welcome to Moscow

Moscow is brimming with history and one of the biggest attractions. The Kremlin is right on Hotel Baltschug Kempinski's doorstep! We're located right at the heart of the city, so you can access all of the sights and attractions with ease.


Red Square


Red Square is the most famous square in Moscow and Russia, and for centuries, it has played an important role in the life of the country. This is where the introduction to the capital usually begins. Rare in beauty, the architectural ensemble of Red Square is protected by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. The main sights are St. Basil's Cathedral, the Spasskaya Tower and the Moscow Kremlin Museums, Lenin's Mausoleum with the Kremlin Necropolis, the Historical Museum and the GUM.
Red Square is where all the biggest events take place during the public holidays. Every year, a great number of tourists come here to see the architectural monuments and capture in their photos the ancient beauty and power of the main square of the country.


Moscow City


The Moscow City is the largest business centre: there are offices of leading Russian and international companies, and an exhibition centre in the adjacent territory. Each of the 16 towers has its own name, and two of them symbolise the historical capitals of Russia – Moscow and St Petersburg. Moscow City reveals an amazing view of the city from the observation deck PANORAMA360 at the Federation Tower, where a lift, which takes you at a speed of 8 metres per second, is located. The platform impresses not only with an amazing all-round panorama of the city, as you can see the Kremlin and other sights of Moscow as if they were in the palm of your hand, and there is also a great variety of entertainment.



The Moscow Metro stations are "Moscow's underground palaces", remarkable for the palatial splendour of their lobbies and underground halls. The underground complexes are decorated with statues and reliefs, decorative compositions (paintings, mosaics, stained-glass windows, and murals) by the country's leading artists. The system includes 12 lines with total length of 298,8 km with 182 stations. Every day, the Moscow Metro carries more than 9 million people and is one of the top five subways in the world in terms of congestion and length.