Lotte Hotel Moscow

5 out of 5 stars5 Stars

Novinskiy Boulevard Build.2, 8, Moscow, 121099, Russia
Lotte Hotel Moscow
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Forum Posts

which circus

by anujsingh

there is a "new" and an "old" circus in Moscow . Which is the better circus for a family visit in the month of May ? What are the ticket charges and is there a need for advance booking ? thanks

Re: which circus

by manuna

As far as I know, people like the program in the new one more. You need to book in advance if you want good seats. But may be in May it won't be a problem, as lots of people will be spending their weekends in the country. And there are no children holidays.

Re: which circus

by Sunny_cat

"Old" (since 1880) - it is circus in Tsvetnoy boulevard - it is called also "Nikulin circus" in memory of General Manager and Artistic Director of the Moscow Circus Yury V. Nikulin. It is legendary person in russian comedy.

"New" (since 1971) - it is circus in Prospect Vernadskogo (metro "Universitet")
This is the biggest stationary circus in tne World (3400 places). It is famous by animal trainings (tigers, elephants etc.)

Re: which circus

by vintagetee

I agree, I prefer the "new" circus, we had to book online a few months prior to attending. If you are looking for no children holidays I use a site called thanks

Travel Tips for Moscow


by IngaA

The most visited tourist places, the very centre and very heart of Moscow and Russia as a whole.
On the Kremlin territory there is a treasure museam 'Oruzheynaja palata' (Weapon chamber) where many golden, silver and diamond decorations and weapon is stored. Exposition also shows the cloth of russian kings (tsars, as they are called in Russia).

Moscow Subway

by Sylva

Get on subway in Moscow and you will be able to admire the spacious and beautifully decorated subway stations. It is just an art!
You can only guess the reason why they were built this way - a need for spacious subway due to big number of inhabitants or merely megalomania so typical for Russia?
Probably from both little bit...

Visit the ornately-decorated...

by drolkar

Visit the ornately-decorated Orthodox churches from the 15th century, located inside the Kremlin's walls. The KREMLIN ARMORY is also worth touring; guides speaking English and other languages are available.

The art of queuing

by gussymons

Seventy years of communism has made the Russians the past masters at queuing - despite the twelve years or so of 'freedom'. If you need to buy a train ticket from a major Russian train station then its likely that there will be at least half a dozen queues manned by surly, impatient and possibly rude ticket officers.

However the real tip is that Russians will often inveigle themselves into each single queue and ask the person behind them to 'reserve' their virtual place. They will do this in each queue and wait for the one that gets their virtual place to the front first.

Thats what I call initiative. If, as a Westerner, you try this trick, its likely that your relatives will greet your arrival in a black, unmarked body-bag on your native soil.

Going in winter?

by tobhamor

You already know it will be cold and you will need a warm hat, scarf, thick coat, woolly socks and sturdy shoes. This is a good start. But in Moscow they don't use salt and grit to break down the snow and ice, they use a chemical substance that over time will dissolve the glue holding your shoes together (my old hiking boots split apart after a month). And if you have a nice coat watch out for bald patches forming around the back of it where you flick mud up as you walk. Take shoe polish and clean your shoes as often as you can to keep them in good nick. You know winter is cold but did you think it would be dry? With all that snow? Yes it is! The sub zero temperatures will suck moisture out of you outside and the central heating will suck it out of you inside. Take a mild or moisturising soap and moisturising lotion and use it if you don't want your skin to go scaly.


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