Tverskaya Street is the main street leading to the Red Square and has several characteristic subway stations. It is the most prosperous street, not only the palace supermarket, but also the Internet celebrity restaurant. Among them, the Mayakovskaya Station of Line 2 is on Tverskaya Street, not far from the hotel. It is said that this is the most beautiful station in the hearts of Russians. It has been opened since 1938, not only because it has master mosaic paintings, but also because it was an important air-raid shelter during the Great Patriotic War and saved 50,000 civilian lives.
Tverskaya Street is also a street worthy of yearning and participation. You can see a lot of shops in this area. The traffic on the street is also quite crowded. It belongs to the daily lively street. You can see a lot of things if you go west from here. Of the early Russian architectural complex.
There are a lot of shopping malls on both sides of the road next to the Red Square, there are also some restaurants, the road is very wide, if you want to visit the mall, just walk around, or it's not very interesting. It is a good choice to set the hotel on Tverskaya Street, you can walk to the Red Square and Belarusian Railway Station at both ends.
After watching the changing of the guard ceremony, he left the Red Square, before the sun had set, and hurried through the State Duma to Tverskaya Street. This is another famous street in Moscow. The wide roads are like running water, with rows of Russian-style buildings on both sides. Only when you walk on the street can you really feel the extraordinary aura of this big country. More than half a century ago, it was what it is now, a superpower that can compete with the American emperor! No wonder the Russians today are so proud and dare to say "no" to the United States. From east to west, we dragged a little tired footsteps all the way, watching as we walked. Along the road, you can see landmark buildings such as the Moscow City Government, the Statue of Yuri Nagata, and the Statue of Pushkin. There are also interesting pedestrian streets like Attendant’s Lane on both sides of the street. Go to the junction with the boulevard ring road and see Pushkin Square. The final destination of this street radiating from the Red Square is St. Petersburg. But we stopped when we reached the Kaixuan Square at the junction with the Garden Ring Road, and night had fallen. Standing in the center of Triumphal Square is the Mayakovsky Statue. Several theaters lined up on the side, crowded with people coming and going. I bought two symphony tickets for tomorrow night at the Tchaikovsky Theatre. Each is only 700 rubles, or 70 yuan. It is very cheap to enjoy classical music and dance in Moscow.