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Moscow Guide

What are Moscow’s most famous landmarks and monuments?

Moscow Kremlin

The Kremlin is one of Moscow’s most famous buildings and it has served as an icon to Moscow, the Soviet Union, and Russia over the years. Settlements and fortresses have stood on this spot since the 2nd century BC, but the Kremlin seen today was designed in the late 15th century under the direction of Prince Ivan III. The fortress includes 20 towers and is surrounded by a wall that stretches for 2,500 metres (8,200 feet). There’s so much to see and do inside the Kremlin that you could easily spend an entire day there while holidaying on flights to Moscow. Highlights include Grand Kremlin Palace, the Armoury Chamber, Ivan the Great Bell Tower, and Assumption Cathedral.

St. Basil’s Cathedral

St. Basil’s Cathedral is only a stone’s throw away from the Kremlin, located on the other end of Moscow’s Red Square. The cathedral was built in the mid-16th century and features bright colours and onion-shaped domes that are meant to represent a bonfire. Visitors holidaying on cheap flights to Moscow can head into the cathedral to see the interior, which is just as intricate and colourful as the exterior. Explore the nine chapels of St. Basil’s Cathedral and see a large collection of Russian art.

Bolshoi Theatre

The world-famous Bolshoi Theatre is home to the largest ballet company in the world, as well as a notable opera company. Many famous ballerinas, opera singers, and composers have spent some time at the Bolshoi Theatre, and it’s where Tchaikovsky’s Swan Lake premiered in 1877. Catch a show at the Bolshoi for an unforgettable evening while you’re visiting Russia on return flights to Moscow. The shows change regularly, but you’ll always have some exciting ballets and operas to choose from.


What is the cost of visiting Moscow?

Webjet has a great selection of hotels that you can browse after booking airfare to Moscow. $150 NZD is a standard nightly rate to plan for, but there are also budget hotel options that start from about $25 NZD.
Transportation is another cost to budget for when you book cheap flights to Moscow. The Aeroexpress train is the best way to reach the city from each of the three airports: Moscow Domodedovo Airport (DME), Sheremetyevo International Airport (SVO), and Vnukovo International Airport (VKO). Train fare into the centre costs 300 rubles ($6.75 NZD) from each one. Visitors holidaying on return flights to Moscow will have no trouble getting around on the city’s metro, trams, and buses. A single transport ticket costs 55 rubles ($1.25 NZD).

There are countless attractions to add to your list after booking tickets to Moscow. Visit St. Basil’s Cathedral for 700 rubles ($15.75 NZD) and the State Historical Museum for 500 rubles ($11.25 NZD). An entrance fee of 700 rubles ($15.75 NZD) will give you access to both the Kremlin and Cathedral Square, and you can see the Armoury Chamber as well for an additional 1,000 rubles ($22.50 NZD). Seeing a performance at the Bolshoi Theatre is another iconic activity to enjoy while holidaying on flights to Moscow. Ticket prices vary by show and seating location, but typically start from about 1,500 rubles ($33.70 NZD).


When is the best time to visit Moscow?

Summer is the best time to travel on return flights to Moscow, as this is when the weather is at its best. Temperatures of about 23°C during the day make this the ideal time to book airfare to Moscow if you’re hoping to spend a lot of time outside. Keep in mind that this is the high season, so you’ll likely come across many other tourists and slightly higher hotel rates if you book summer flights to Moscow.

Enjoy nice weather while avoiding the heavy crowds of summer by booking cheap flights to Moscow in early autumn or late spring. Anticipate daytime temperatures of about 15° to 20°C, but pack a warm coat as it often cools to around 5°C at night.

Winter is brutally cold in Moscow, with temperatures hitting about -4°C during the day and -10°C at night. The cold weather is accompanied by heavy snowfall and short daylight hours. However, there are some advantages to booking tickets to Moscow for a winter holiday. It’s low season, meaning hotels are at their cheapest (outside of New Year’s when the city gets busy). There’s also something magical and unique about seeing Moscow covered in a blanket of snow.