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The topics of the classes are inspired by the seasons; you can also ask how to cook traditional Russian dishes. During this one-hour course, you will learn about commonly used ingredients and accessories. Then, you’ll create your own dish or cocktail. Our tailor-made classes will improve your skills, whether you are a novice or an experienced cook!
Moscow Kremlin Tour
The tour includes the area around the Red Square, the Armory Chamber Museum, the Diamond Fund, the Kremlin area, and three cathedrals. The tour takes approximately three to four hours.
Moscow City and Suburbs Tour
The main points of interest include the Red Square, panoramas of the ancient Kremlin, Lenin Hills, Christ the Savior Cathedral, Novodevichy Convent and Cemetery, Pushkin Museum, and Tretyakov Art Gallery. We recommend you also take a tour to the Moscow suburbs, like Kolomenskoe and Tsaritsyno.
Sergiev Posad Day Trip
Sergiev Posad is the center of the Russian orthodox religion, graced by the magnificent Trinity-St. Lavra. Built in the 14th century, it was for many years, even under communism, the official seat of the Patriarch of Russia. This is a day tour trip, as it can take around five or six hours. A traditional lunch can be taken in a local restaurant.
St. Basil's Cathedral
This cathedral is one of the most interesting and ancient cathedrals in Red Square, and it is also famous in its own right as a landmark of Moscow.
For centuries, the Moscow Kremlin has been witness to many famous and tragic events. Enemy guns rattled its walls, and celebrations and revolts took place. Now, the Moscow Kremlin is one of the biggest museums in the world, with over 60,000 historical, cultural, and artistic items.
Red Square, located within comfortable walking distance from Ararat Park Hyatt Moscow, is the main square of Russia’s capital. Its history is inseparably linked with the history of the Kremlin. Red Square has witnessed many historical events of major importance, from the presence of the voluntary militia rallied by Minin and Pozharsky in 1612 to the unforgettable victory parade of 1945 with Nazi flags cast on the ground.
Zaryadye Park is a modern park for recreation and entertainment, where it also possible to learn something new, created by an international team of architects, engineers, landscape designers and other experts. All the attractions and new technology are delicately integrated into the landscape. Here, nature and technology, education and entertainment, history and modernity combine and complement each other.
The Bolshoi Theatre is the most famous of Moscow's theaters. It is literally located just around the corner from the Ararat Park Hyatt Moscow. Designed by Joseph Bové, this world-leading opera and ballet theater was the setting for the premier of Tchaikovsky's Swan Lake in 1877. Now it shows classic operas and ballet, both Russian and international, and you will experience an unforgettable atmosphere.
Moscow Chamber Opera Theatre
This theater opened in 1972, and since then it has become one of the most popular in the city. It boasts a diverse repertoire, putting on performances of classic Russian operas alongside international favorites. It is a well-equipped theater with a transforming stage, and it is a popular venue for opera lovers.
Kolobov Novaya Opera Theatre of Moscow
This 700-seat theater boasts an impressive orchestra, and you can see a variety of operas, ballets (including visiting ballet companies), and musical concerts here.
Natalya Sats Musical Theater
If you are staying in Moscow with children, you may want to visit this theater. Founded in 1965, the theater puts on a wide range of productions both classic and new, and it has an international reputation for its high-quality productions that are accessible for young spectators.
Designed in 1928 and covering some 275 hectares, Gorky Park is Moscow's green lung and its most popular year-round recreation center. The park has its own giant Ferris wheel with great views of Moscow, an open-air theater, a boating pond, sports grounds, a rock club, and numerous cafés.
Always good throughout the year, the Moscow Zoo is well worth a visit, particularly for families with children. Established in 1864, this is the oldest zoo in Europe!
For an escape to plenty of greenery, head to Bitsevsky Park in the south of the city. Bitsevsky, like many parks in the capital, is a popular place for cycling. There are plenty of rental options available for those looking to soak up the city on two wheels.
Botanichesky Sad Park
Botanichesky Sad Park in the north of Moscow is well worth a visit. Be sure to visit the park’s botanic garden and marvel at its rich collection of plants.