December and January are definitely two of Moscow's most dreamy months! Come to Moscow in the New Year's Eve, besides the Red Square, you must go to Tver Street for a lap! It is one of the most expensive streets in Moscow and one of the most expensive commercial streets in the world. Moscow's shopping, entertainment and nightlife are all concentrated here. The streets are full of gorgeous opera houses, museums and petty bourgeois shops. Feel Moscow. The bustling shopping here is enough!
During the New Year's Eve, Tver Street has a variety of fun New Year's programs, the whole street is in a carnival, there will be a variety of performances and art exhibitions on the streets, and you can eat Russian food, fried chicken lively! During the Christmas and New Year, the lights on Tverskaya Street are very beautiful, and the old buildings are covered with exaggerated gorgeous lighting, especially dreams!
Moscow Tverskaya Street apartment is surprised me! More than 200 square house with two bathrooms and toilets, also has a Jacuzzi, simply must Guards! Also, the entire B & B are both European aristocracy wind. I can see every display are lovingly decorated B & B owner. Still huge kitchen pots and pans, there is a series of necessary cutlery plates, smoke oil vinegar sauce, microwave cooker fridge kettle equipped as well as on the dishwasher! This European-style bed and breakfast luxurious location are not right. Arbat Street, about 12 minutes walk to the subway station. But fortunately there is also a nearby supermarket, cafe Pushkin, Turandot restaurants are nearby bed and breakfast.
Min Hua Emily
Tverskaya Street, with an average annual rent of 3,500-7,000 per square meter, was awarded one of the 10 most expensive retail commercial streets in the world as early as 2004; the largest Petrotur Theatre in Moscow, very close to the Red Square, the earliest Built in 1776. Rebuilt in 1825 after a fire. However, after 28 years, it was again blazed. So hard. She still retains her style. This is a milky white classic building. Geno Greek Ionian-style columns, each 15 meters high, the grand colonnaded main entrance is magnificent. Especially the four bronze carriages on the top of the door, by the god Apollo; driving, imposing. It is also a symbol of Moscow. Moscow people often say to foreigners and foreigners who come to Moscow: "If you haven't been to a big theater, you have never been to Moscow."