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  • You can book up to nine passengers per booking, including adults, Overseas Filipino Workers (OFW), children, and infants.
  • Each adult or OFW passenger can bring one infant.
  • All OFWs must submit the required documents to receive the tax exemption.
  • Children traveling alone, or in a different cabin class from their parents, are considered Unaccompanied Minors and must pay the full adult fare. Please get in touch with us to book this service.
  • You can book up to nine passengers per booking, including adults, Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs), teenagers, children, and infants.
  • Each adult or OFW passenger can bring one infant.
  • All OFWs must submit the required documents to receive the tax exemption.
  • Children traveling alone, or in a different cabin class from their parents, are considered Unaccompanied Minors and must pay the full adult fare. Please get in touch with us to book this service.
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Flights to Moscow

The Red Square, home to Lenin’s Mausoleum, the Kremlin, and the 16th-century St. Basil’s Cathedral, draws visitors from all over the world to Moscow and seems to reverberate with the footsteps of military parades. The centuries-old Russian capital was once the heart of the Soviet Union and evidence of this history is everywhere.

However, the city is not without its modern charms. Even the Bolshoi, Moscow’s oldest theater, has had a contemporary facelift, although it maintains its old-world charm.

Near the historic Red Square lies the GUM, a huge shopping complex where locals come to spend their cash. It certainly doesn’t hurt to have a bank-busting budget; you’ll need it for nights out. A huge amount has been invested in the city’s fine-dining restaurants. Turandot, for example, is a must-visit eatery said to have swallowed up $40 million dollars with its interior design alone. Then there’s O2 Lounge at the Ritz, a trendy lounge with prices almost as dizzying as its views. .

Fortunately, there’s another side to the city that does not require Romanov-like riches. In recent years, Moscow residents have embraced a more outdoorsy lifestyle, and there are some lovely green spaces. At Izmailovsky Park, set in a 16th-century royal estate, you can browse the market for souvenirs. Alternatively, Gorky Park, named for Soviet-era author Maxim Gorky, draws visitors and locals alike as soon as there’s a hint of sunshine.

Skate (or stroll) at Gorky Park

Gorky Park is a space for all seasons. In summer, an on-site amusement park, complete with Ferris wheel, comes into its own. But the magic really happens in winter, when the ponds freeze over and the park becomes Europe’s biggest ice rink.

Krymskiy Val Ulitsa
9
119049
+7 495 995 0020
park-gorkogo.com

Visit Red Square

Red Square is an absolute Moscow must-see. A visit to this icon can encompass not only the square itself but also other stunning icons. This includes the 16th-century St. Basil’s Cathedral, the State History Museum, the Kremlin, and Lenin’s Mausoleum (which is only open on certain days, so it’s best to check ahead). You’ll also have a chance to see the changing of the guard at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Once you’ve seen the sights, take a stroll along the nearby Moscow River.

Red Square
101000
+7 495 623 5527
whc.unesco.org

Explore the Kremlin

You could easily spend a whole day exploring this imposing fortress on Borovitsky Hill, one of the most recognizable sights in all of Russia. It’s hard to pick a favorite attraction, but the armory comes close; don’t miss the incredible diamond collection, which includes the jewels of Catherine the Great.

Red Square
103073
+7 495 695 3776
kreml.ru/en

Relax at Sandunovsky Spa

There’s nothing more relaxing than steaming away your troubles at the banya, or Russian sauna—so long as you don’t embrace the local tradition that involves being beaten with birch twigs. Sandunovsky (also known as Sanduny) is Moscow’s most famous and luxurious banya. Take a local friend along if you’re not familiar with the etiquette.

Neglinnaya Ulitsa 14
Bldg 3-7
Kuznetsky Most
107031
+7 495 625 4631
sanduny.ru

Tune in at Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory

Anyone who appreciates classical music should add the Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory to the itinerary. Not only is this educational institution architecturally stunning, as a concert venue it also attracts some of the best musicians in the world. Best of all, many of the performances are free – just check their website for details.

Bolshaya Nikitskaya ul, 13/6
125009
+7 495 629 9401
mosconsv.ru

Watch ballet at the Bolshoi Theatre

Tickets to a show at this iconic theatre can be hard to come by, but it’s worth it for the once-in-a-lifetime experience. Moscow’s oldest theatre is home to one of the most famous ballet companies in the world. Swan Lake premiered here in the late 19th century and it continues to draw the finest dance, drama and opera troupes.

Bolshoi Theatre
Theatre Square, 1
125009
+7 495 455 5555
bolshoi.ru/en

Uilliam’s (European)

Uilliam’s is a welcome break from the fancy, over-the-top dining that you find a lot in Moscow. The decor is bright and minimal, with hardwood floors, chalkboard menus, and an open kitchen, giving it the feel of a quaint Parisian bistro. Serving up an eclectic European menu, it stays open well into the early hours.

‪Malaya Bronnaya Street, 20A
123104
+7 495 650 6462
uilliams.ru (Russian-language website)

Café Pushkin (Russian)

Dining at the ever-popular Café Pushkin means making a reservation well in advance, but it’s worth it. At this restaurant, 24-hour cafe, and rooftop terrace, everything from the decor to the uniforms has been curated to feel like you’re dining in pre-revolutionary Russia.

Tverskoy bulvar, 26А
125009
+7 495 739 0033
cafe-pushkin.ru

Delicatessen (International)

This trendy restaurant is a hidden gem; in fact, the entrance boasts a sign that says, “Thank you for finding us.” It's more than worth the search: the food is outstanding, with the eclectic menu scribbled on the walls. Delicatessen serves everything from pasta and pizza to oxtail and ceviche, plus the best burgers in town.

‪Ul Sadovaya-Karetnaya, 20
Street 2
Metro Tsvetnoy Bulvar
127051
+7 495 699 3952
newdeli.ru

Piccolino (Italian)

As you’d expect from a restaurant whose name is Italian for small, Piccolino is rather cozy. But while the place is small, the portions are generous; hearty, home-cooked Italian food is served in a setting designed to resemble a rustic country house. This is a welcome antidote to some of Moscow’s glitzier venues.

1st Kolobovskiy Lane, 11
Metro Tsvetnoy Bulvar
127051
+7 495 694 0818
facebook.com/piccolino.restorante

Rulet (European)

This hidden gem in the trendy Tsvetnoy Bulvar area feels more like a cafe than a restaurant, but it’s still a great spot for dinner. That’s all thanks to the impeccably cooked European seasonal treats, from the crispy duck confit to the rich tiramisu. Plus, the prices are very reasonable for the area.

1-ya Tverskaya-Yamskaya ulitsa, 17
125047
+7 495 287 0718
facebook.com/caferulet

Turandot (Asian fusion)

Perhaps the grandest of Moscow’s restaurants, the designers of Turandot must have subscribed to the ‘go big or go home’ design ethos. As uniformed waiters serve up tasty Asian fusion cuisine, you may find yourself sharing your palatial dining room with a rotating golden peacock.

Tverskoy bulvar, 26А
125009
+7 495 739 0011
turandot-palace.ru

Ararat Park Hyatt

There’s plenty going for this luxury hotel, from its central yet serene location to its comfortable, well-appointed rooms and impeccable service. When you book, be sure to ask for one of the Winter Garden suites; they’re a little more expensive, but worth it for the rooftop terrace and city views.

4 Neglinnaya Street
109012
+7 495 783 1234
moscow.park.hyatt.com

Golden Apple

With just under 100 rooms, this is one of Moscow’s coziest five-star hotels. Located in a 19th-century building just off Pushkinskaya Square and close to all the attractions of Red Square, this intimate hotel has colorful, modern rooms, 24-hour room service, and a relaxed restaurant and lounge.

Ulitsa Malaya Dmitrovka, 11
127006
+7 495 980 7000
goldenapple.ru

Budapest Hotel

This charming, old-fashioned hotel is located in a quiet street, just a short walk away from some of Moscow’s biggest attractions, including the Bolshoi Theater and Red Square. It has a very relaxed atmosphere, so it’s perfect for a quiet city break. Plus, the rates are very wallet-friendly.

Petrovskiye Linii ul, 2/18
127051
+7 495 925 3050
hotel-budapest.ru/en/

Barvikha Hotel & Spa

If you crave the serenity of being out of the city, take the short drive to Barvikha Hotel & Spa. This romantic spot is worth blowing the budget for. Located in a forest just a few miles from the city centre, a stay in one of these luxurious, cosy rooms feels like a true escape.

Rublevo-Uspenskoye shosse, 114/3
Barvikha
143083
+7 495 225 8880
barvikhahotel.com/en

Swissotel Krasnye Holmy

At 34 storeys high, this luxury hotel is one of the tallest buildings in the city, towering over the vibrant House of Music next door. When you’re not hanging out in your stylish room or relaxing in the spa or swimming pool, head to the City Space lounge for some of Moscow’s best views.

Kosmodamianskaya nab 52
Building 6
115054
+7 495 787 9800
swissotel.com/hotels/moscow

The Ritz-Carlton Moscow

If money is no object (or if you simply like to live the high life on holiday), this ornate five-star hotel will fit the bill. Located near Red Square and the Kremlin, this is where the more extravagant locals and visitors come to spend their rubles. Visit Caviarterra for a Sunday brunch of local and Georgian cuisine, and the famous O2 Lounge for dizzying views.

Tverskaya Street 3
125009
+7 495 225 8888
ritzcarlton.com/en/Properties/Moscow

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