Shopping in Moscow

GUM Department Store

shopping-gumIt’s actually a mall with lots of international brands. It has an enviable location right in Red Square and it’s an absolute must for all visitors to see, when shopping in Moscow. You can literally spend thousands of dollars on the fanciest nesting dolls you’ve ever seen!

Moscow Gallery Four Seasons

Just outside Red Square and directly behind the Four Seasons Hotel, you’ll find designer boutiques, great restaurants (including Goodman and Jamie’s Italian), and a Starbucks. Check out the trendy Podium Market, a hip Russian department store with an Urban Outfitters feel.


shopping-tsumWell-located near Red Square and the Ritz-Carlton, TsUM has a history dating back over 100 years. In this extensive department store, you’ll find everything from clothes to jewelry to cosmetics. It’s open until 10 pm 7 days a week to appease the power shoppers.

Stoleshnikov Pereulok (The Fashion Street)

Moscow’s version of Rodeo Drive, Stolelshnikov Pereulok is the place to find all the big names like Hermes, Chanel, Ferragamo, and the list goes on. It’s adjacent to Petrovka Street and the Petrovskiy Passage Mall and close to GUM and TsUM so you really can shop ‘til you drop. shopping-stoleshnikov

Okhotny Ryad

This underground shopping mall is the largest of its kind in Europe. Just steps away from our Ritz-Carlton guests, you’ll find pretty much everything here: popular western brands, kitschy souvenirs, and a huge food court.

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