Gorky ParkNearby City
Open all day (Local time)
It’s the name of a metal band, a movie, a novel, and the Scorpions mention in their song “Winds of Change”; but they all took the name from the Moscow amusement park (that got its name from author and activist, Maxim Gorky). The carnival-like atmosphere that dominated since the post-Soviet era has recently been replaced by a more contemporary and eco-friendly recreational destination. Rather than the sirens of carnie games or the rattle of roller coasters, you’ll hear the deep breathing of yoga students and the clacking of keyboards accessing the public Wi-Fi. Along with new cafés and an open-air cinema, an ice rink has opened in the park.