What you'll do
This is going to be a 3-4 hour walk through "hipsteric" places of Moscow: we will visit old soviet and pre-revolutionary factories that were transformed into new so-called creative areas with amazing coffee shops, local designers concept clothes and gifts stores, tasty food points, modern art and photo exhibitions, weekend markets, street art and so on... We will see real modern pulse of Moscow, spend a day as young people and students do
Hi, I am Lev, I was born and grew up in Moscow and I know every corner if it. And I want to share my all of my knowledge about this city with you: show you quiet and cozy places hidden even from locals where the time has stopped centuries ago, small and cute cafes with amazing coffee, local concept stores with designers' clothes and gifts, hipster art spaces created on the base of old Soviet and prerevolutionary factories, galleries of new Russian art, modern gastronomic markets with amazing cuisine and so on. I will show you the city that you will fall in love with it the same as me.
We are going to use public transport, if you need, I will provide you with tickets
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Where you'll be
Our route follows through several hot spots of Moscow where young people and students tend to work, relax, eat and party. We will visit "Hlebozavod #9", a constructivism masterpiece, former bread factory reconstructed to become a new modern space with designer stores, amazing coffee shops, "Aviator", an area with a number of vintage stores and bars hosting best parties in Moscow, modern art gallery at "Vinzavod" and have lunch at "Gastroferma"
Things to keep in mind
Any experience can be cancelled and fully refunded within 24 hours of purchase.
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Up to 4 guests ages 18 and up can attend.
Of course everything in our walk can be customized, so in case you have any questions of preferences please don't hesitate to ask me
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