Muscovites simply love their shopping and Moscow is today brimming with glamorous shopping malls and stores. From the latest fashion trends and designer clothes to great value original and unusual Russian gifts and souvenirs.
All top international brands have set-up shop in Moscow’s increasingly lucrative market. Home grown talent and concepts are also on the increase. Russian crafts and souvenirs are found in gift shops together with a variety of original gadgets. The city centre demands higher prices so explore warehouses in Moscow suburbs to find a bargain.
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Did you like what you tried at Expedition - be it food, drink or banya - and wish you could recreate this experience in the comfort of your own home? Well, you can stop wishing because Expedition has
The GUM shopping mall is a landmark in Moscow's Red Square. It occupies the majority of the historic square's east side with a facade stretching the length of two and a half football fields. The G
Online store «Russkye Valenki» offers souvenirs from Russia that can be worn in winter. Valenki are the traditional Russian boots made from warm fleece.
The Metropolis is one of the largest and newest shopping malls in Moscow, which opened in January 2009. Spread over a vast territory of 241,000 square metres.
Vnukovo Outlet Village is one of the first international styled shopping malls in Russia. The Outlet is placed in the forest area 8kms from the MKAD
Izmailovo Vernissage is the largest fair in Russia specializing in arts, crafts, souvenirs and antiques.
Stary Arbat (or Old Arbat) is a pedestrian street with lots of souvenir shops, restaurants, cafes, theaters, business centers and trendy boutique stores.
Fleurop-Interflora is the world market leader and best known flower ordering service in Europe, supported by over 50,000 carefully selected affiliated flower shops in over 150 countries. For over 100
Nautilus is a shopping centre located right in the heart of Moscow. Built in the shape of a ship, it offers more than 6,000 square metres of pure shopping delight, an aesthetic clinic and restaurants.
"Perekrestok" supermarket chain ("Crossroad") is one of oldest in the history of Russian retail business. The first supermarket was opened in 1995 in Moscow