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Traveling can be stressful, so we welcome any way to make it more comfortable, healthier, more enjoyable, and more luxurious. That's why we've invested in a few good-quality silk travel accessories. As a natural fiber, silk is breathable and moisture-wicking and has a host of skin care benefits. "[Silk] won't draw moisture away from the skin, so it will help to retain it. For this reason, it can be helpful for those with dry skin. Additionally, silk is naturally hypoallergenic," Marisa Garshick, MD, FAAD, a board-certified dermatologist, told Travel + Leisure, also noting that because of the material's softness, it doesn't irritate the skin or feel abrasive, and is also an excellent option for travelers with sensitive skin.
According to Deanne Mraz Robinson, MD, FAAD, wearing silk scrunchies can improve the condition of your hair. "Pair your silk pillowcase with a silk scrunchie to gently pull your hair back, which will prevent frizz and breakage and keep oils and impurities in the hair off of your skin," she explained. "Keeping your hair back also keeps potentially problematic skin care ingredients like AHAs and retinols away from delicate strands to prevent breakage." Sleeping on a silk pillowcase is also a complete game changer. The fabric's smooth, soft, and cooling feel make for a much more pleasant way to fall asleep.
Here, we’ve rounded up some of the best silk travel accessories to add to your packing list — whether it's a simple sleep mask or a silk pajama set, these finds will transform your next trip into a five-star experience.
Best Travel Pillow
Slip jet setter travel pillow.
It has a removable silk cover, making it super easy to wash and maintain.
You can't adjust the thickness of the pillow insert.
Getting quality sleep during a long-haul flight can be challenging, but investing in a high-quality silk travel pillow like this one by Slip can make it a bit easier. It has an ergonomic insert that relieves pressure and provides excellent support for your head if it tilts sideways while you're dozing off. The pillow is made from high-quality Polyurethane foam that reverts to its original shape after you're done using it.
However, its removable silk cover is the real star. Slip uses long-fiber Mulberry silk grade 6A, the highest quality in the industry. Additionally, the fabric has a thickness of 22 momme, resulting in a strong, dense weave, which holds up extremely well. We love that the cover is removable, so you can hand wash it and put it back on after each trip. It’s designed with a wide Velcro strap that keeps the two ends together when the pillow is not in use. It also comes with a bag to carry it in and keep it clean while you're in transit.
Price at time of publish: $99
It is double-lined to fight frizz and lock in moisture.
It does not accommodate longer hairstyles.
Sleep bonnets and turbans protect your natural curls and braids, helping them keep their shape while you sleep. A silk bonnet also offers all the benefits of sleeping on silk, such as retaining moisture and preventing frizzy ends.
Blissy's sustainably-made bonnet is double-lined with the highest grade 22-momme Mulberry silk that will elevate your look on your next overnight flight and keep your mane looking gorgeous. The design features an elasticized hem for a comfortable fit that helps keep it in place throughout the night. Its only drawback is that the bonnet will not accommodate longer hairstyles despite being quite roomy. As for keeping it clean, the fabric is machine washable, so you can toss it in a laundry bag and wash it on delicate.
Price at time of publish: $90
Best Eye Mask
Lunya washable silk sleep mask.
It’s extra large so it blocks more light and doubles as a hair band.
It is a bit bulky.
With many sleep masks, the eye cover is not large enough, and as a result, light sneaks in, making it difficult to fall asleep. But Lunya's silk sleep mask is different. It is the ultimate multitasking sleep accessory, designed to help you get quality sleep in any environment. With an extra wide elasticized band that is filled with soft polyester, it provides maximum coverage and blocks light to improve the quality of your sleep. Another benefit is that the band completely covers your ears to muffle background noises. Moreover, you can also use the mask to keep your hair back during your evening beauty routine.
Lunya uses pure, high-quality Mulberry silk for its products that can be both hand and machine washed. While the mask stays flat on your eyes, it doesn't put any pressure on them because the filling is buttery soft, and the elasticized back fits comfortably without being too tight. This sleep mask is available in two sizes so you can find the perfect fit.
Price at time of publish: $50
Best Travel Sheet
Browint silk extra-wide sleeping bag liner.
It is extra-long and wide to accommodate taller people and different-sized sleeping bags.
The fabric is fairly thin.
Whether you'd like to minimize the risk of bringing home bed bugs from a trip, don't like sleeping on hotel sheets, or want to create a more luxurious sleeping environment when you're backpacking or camping, packing a silk sheet makes a whole lot of sense. We love Browint's bag liner for its weight, size, and features, which make it ideal for travelers.
The silk sheet is very thin – only 8 momme in weight – but this does have its benefits: it results in an ultra-compact size and weight (only 6.3 ounces) when folded so it won't take too much valuable real estate in your luggage. The extra-wide sheet has a convenient pillow pocket and comes with a nylon bag to carry it in. Since the sheet is entirely made of silk and not satin, it’ll keep you cool and not overheat you.
Price at time of publish: $56
Best Travel Wrap
Quince featherweight cashmere silk frayed edge scarf.
It is lightweight and warm thanks to the natural blend of cashmere and silk.
This is more of a wrap than a blanket, so if you need something extra warm and large, consider a cotton or wool travel blanket instead.
Airplane cabins are notoriously cold, which can make long flights an unpleasant experience without the right preparation. This Quince wrap is an elegant way to add an extra layer of warmth and keep you comfortable until you reach your destination (and beyond since it can double as an evening wrap as well). At 28 inches wide and 78 inches long, it is large enough to cover the legs and torso or comfortably wrap around the shoulders lengthwise.
The fabric is buttery soft, warm, and breathable, thanks to a luxurious blend of silk and cashmere. Silk may be a delicate fabric, but it is a surprisingly good body temperature regulator, keeping you cool when it's hot outside and warm when it's chilly. The fabric is graceful, lightweight, and packs up compactly, so you can easily toss it in a tote or a backpack when not in use. And finally, we love the fringed hemline that gives this wrap a playful finish.
Lilysilk viola oversized silk pajama set.
The roomy silhouette makes for an incredibly comfortable fit.
Both the shirt and pants are cut for an oversized fit, so if you are looking for something more fitted, size down.
Many factors contribute to a good night's sleep, and a comfortable PJ set is one of them. We love Lily Silk's oversized set for its incredibly comfortable silhouette and high-quality construction that holds up well when machine washed or dry cleaned.
Both the shirt and the pants have a classic loose-fitting silhouette — the shirt is a little longer in the back, while the straight-leg pants have a full-length design as opposed to a cropped hemline. Because of their timeless look, you can easily wear both pieces beyond just for sleeping, paired with jeans or a sweater.
The elastic waistline of the pants delivers the perfect width — a wider waistline might cut into the skin and feel restrictive when you're sitting down or lounging. The fabric is another highlight — the 100 percent 22-momme Mulberry silk has an impressive thickness to it, resulting in a high-quality, durable construction.
Price at time of publish: $324
Best Silk Nightgown
Cozy earth classic long sleeve sleep dress.
The silk fabric is treated with aloe vera for an extra soothing finish.
It has a mini dress silhouette, which may not be to everyone’s tastes.
Cozy Earth makes some of the most comfortable and high-quality loungewear on the market today. Case in point? This long-sleeve nightgown you're going to want to live in (because we certainly do). The modern design features a button-up closure, wider-fitting sleeves, and a longer hemline at the back.
Note that the length cuts short, which is good news for those who toss and turn during the night and like to move freely. Additionally, we appreciate the long sleeves and shorter hemline because once you are in bed and under a blanket, your lower body will not feel overheated.
Price at time of publish: $370
Best Silk Pillowcase
Brooklinen 100% mulberry silk pillowcase.
The smooth fabric and zippered closure make all the difference.
It’s pricey for a pillowcase.
There are many silk pillowcases on the market, but Brooklinen's design stands out with the brand's meticulous attention to detail and quality material. The hidden zipper closure is one of the best design features because it ensures that the pillow will stay in place during the night (which is very important if you're concerned about bed bugs, for example).
Brooklinen's pillow cases are cut from Mulberry silk which has a smooth surface and is cool to the touch. The fabric itself is thick and holds up well after many washes without losing its luster or the vibrancy of the color. The company also periodically releases pillowcases in limited edition designs in addition to offering them in several classic shades.
Price at time of publish: $59
Quince 100% washable silk scrunchies.
They don't stretch out with use.
They only come in one size.
The main problem with many scrunchies is that the more you use them, the more they stretch out, losing their elasticity. But we have been using Quince's set of silk scrunchies for over a year now, and other than some give that is normal with long-term and frequent use, they continue to provide a very strong hold.
And the same is true for the silk fabric they are dressed in. This set features three standard-sized scrunchies in beige, white, and black silk, great for any hair type and length. We regularly wash ours on a delicate cycle and air dry them for a few hours after each use.
Price at time of publish: $39
Best Silk Travel Set
Slip frequent flyer travel set.
It has everything you need for a long-haul flight.
The travel pillow doesn't deflate.
If you're looking for a one-and-done set with all the silk travel accessories you need to make your next flight more comfortable, Slip has you covered. The Frequent Flyer kit comes in a see-through bag with a sleep mask, a face mask, and a travel pillow.
The sleep mask has a slightly oversized silhouette to block out light. We love that it also has silk filler, which makes it more breathable, keeping the delicate eye area cool. The mask has a slim elasticized band that stays securely in place without being too tight. And finally, the reusable face mask is a thoughtful addition. For travelers with sensitive skin prone to breakouts, this mask may reduce inflammation as silk is gentler on the skin. The mask has a cotton liner and adjustable ear loops for a secure fit.
Price at time of publish: $150
Tips for Buying Silk Travel Accessories
Consider care requirements.
While silk does require special care, that shouldn't discourage you from investing in silk accessories. Silk can be dry cleaned, which is convenient when you're at home, but when you're traveling, that's not really an option. In this case, you can hand wash your silk accessories and lay them flat on a towel to dry. Silk clothing should also not be ironed directly. Instead, it's a good idea to place a cloth between the iron and the silk item. Finally, store your silk accessories away from direct sunlight as it can damage the fabric.
Know the difference between silk, Mulberry silk, and satin
Silk is the protein fiber produced by silkworms. The type of silk depends on the silkworm that created it. But the most common is Mulberry silk, made by Mulberry silkworms. The material is very soft, strong, and high quality.
Dr. Robinson suggested always looking for accessories made from 100 percent pure Mulberry silk. "You should also consider silk quality, which is graded A to C, A being the best," she explained. Additionally, silk weight is measured in momme units — the higher the momme value, the heavier and stronger the silk. For travel accessories such as pillowcases, pajamas, or sheets, silk should be at least 12 momme and usually reaches up to 30 momme.
Before you purchase anything, check the label to make sure the fabric is natural silk and not satin. The two look similar, but satin is made from polyester, a synthetic fiber that is not as breathable or hypoallergenic.
"Wash your silk accessories on a gentle cycle and air dry to preserve them and prevent shrinking," Dr. Robinson suggested. Use special detergent for silk clothing, and don't hang your silk accessories to dry in direct sunlight because it might lead to discoloration and fabric damage.
When it comes to the frequency of washing your silk travel accessories, Robinson explained that you should consider the state of your hair and skin. "If you're using them on clean skin and hair, then it would be good to wash them every three or four nights. However, if you hit the hay with makeup on and days of dirty hair, it would be good to swap out a pillowcase/face mask nightly," she said.
Silk may be a strong fiber, but it snags fairly easily. So when you're packing your carry-on accessories, such as a sleep mask, travel pillow, and scrunchies, it's best to place them in Ziplock bags or another type of protective case to ensure the fabric doesn't get damaged.
Like most natural fabrics, silk also wrinkles. A great way to make your PJ set or wrap look like it's been ironed without actually ironing it is to hang it in your hotel bathroom and run the hot water of the shower for a few minutes until the bathroom fills up with steam. Leave it there for 10 to 15 minutes or until the steam smooths out the wrinkles.
As mentioned, wearing silk has many skin and hair care benefits that are even more useful while traveling. Airplane cabin air is very dry, so pairing your in-flight beauty routine with silk accessories may help reduce skin inflammation and dehydration during travel.
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9 Things to See in Moscow's Red Square
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In most cases, you'll be entering Red Square from the north, passing landmarks such as the Bolshoi Theatre and Duma parliament building as you make your way southward. Although you don't necessarily have to pass through the Voskresensky (or Resurrection in English) Gates in order to gain access to the square these days, they definitely provide a sense of arrival, to say nothing of the way their left arch frame's St. Basil's Cathedral if you look from just the right angle.
An interesting fact is that while a gate of some kind has stood here since the mid-16th century, the one you currently see wasn't built until 1994, having been destroyed in 1931 so that tanks could enter and exit Red Square during military parades.
St. Basil's Cathedral
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Few sights are as iconic not only of Moscow and Red Square but indeed of Russia than St. Basil's Cathedral, whose colorful, onion-shaped domes are a symbol of the country around the world. Officially known as the Cathedral of Vasily the Blessed, this church has stood since 1561, which is quite miraculous when you consider all the turbulent history that has transpired since then.
Among other things, religion was severely prohibited during the Soviet period , which led some to believe that this emblem of the Russian Orthodox church might not withstand the tenure of the USSR.
An interesting fact is that St. Basil's is the so-called "Kilometer Zero" of Russia; all of Moscow's main roads (which can take you anywhere in Russia) begin at the exits to Red Square. In this way, St. Basil's iconic status also has an extremely tangible element.
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When you think of The Kremlin, it's unlikely that positive images enter your mind. The fact that simply saying the word "Kremlin" is too vague a descriptor (most Russian cities have their own Kremlin complexes; you should say "Moscow Kremlin") notwithstanding, this misunderstood place is incredibly beautiful, even if you don't like the policy that comes out of it.
In spite of its name, which refers to the role the building that rises above the square played during Imperial Russia, Senate Square is actually home to Russia's presidential administration, currently helmed by Vladimir Putin. In order to see where Russia's legislature operates from, walk just outside Red Square to the Duma parliament building.
Dating back to the year 1479, the gold-domed Dormition Cathedral pays homage to an Orthodox religious feast that commemorates the death of the Virgin Mary . As is the case with St. Basil's, it is curious that such a conspicuously religious structure was able to survive through the Soviet period.
Though it takes its name from the fact that it housed Russia's royal arsenal when it was built in the 16th century, the most notable resident of the Kremlin's Armoury Chamber today is the Russian Diamond Fund.
Notable Kremlin Towers
The interior of the Moscow Kremlin is more beautiful and inviting than you'd expect, but the walls and towers that rise around it better live up to the intimidation with which the complex is associated.
Named to commemorate the dense forest that once stood atop the mount where it's built, this tower is extremely picturesque. Built in the late 15th century, it's visible from most places in the square, and also as you walk along the Moskva River.
Also built in the year 1491, this tower currently suffered destruction at the hands of Napoleon's army in the 19th century. What you see now is the result of an 1816 re-design and renovation, though artillery fire during the Russian Revolution also caused superficial damage to the tower, named to honor St. Nikolas of Mozhaysk , so it's difficult to know which elements of it are original.
Known in English as the "Savior's Tower," this iconic, star-topped tower is perhaps the best-known of all the Kremlin's towers. Built in 1491 like the other two towers on this list, it's certainly the most photographed. As a result of its proximity to St. Basil's, it often makes its way into tourists' pictures.
Mausoleum of Lenin
Just as it's strange to learn how many religious monuments survived through the Soviet period, it's a bit odd to think that Lenin's preserved body still sits in a mausoleum just beneath the walls of the Kremlin on Red Square, given the lack of consensus about the ultimate impact of his Revolution, even in Russia.
It's not guaranteed that you'll be able to see the body (which, believe it or not, seems to be improving with age ) when you go, and if you do you will likely have to wait in line, but even strolling past the outside of the Lenin Mausoleum, flanked by stone-faced guards that almost look like statues, illuminates the gravity of his body still being here.
GUM Shopping Center
You might cringe, at least initially, when you realize that one of the most iconic stops on a tour of Red Square is a department store—until you see said department store, that is. Built in 1893 and known during Soviet times as the State Department Store, GUM ( Glávnyj Universáľnyj Magazín or Main Universal Store in English) hearkens back to the grandeur of the late 19th century, both seen from the outside (especially, when lit up at night) and the interior, which might have you feeling like you're further west in Europe.
A trip inside GUM is a particularly good idea during winter, when frigid temperatures outside will have you savoring the heat, the quality of souvenirs, confections and other goods sold inside notwithstanding. Also, make sure not to confuse GUM with CDM, which sits near the Bolshoi Theatre, even though both are stunning and iconic in their own right.
State Historical Museum
The Russian State Historical Museum is located near Voskresensky Gates, though you should wait until after you've seen the first few attractions of Red Square and the Kremlin to head back there and go inside. To be sure, as you pass by its facade (whose late-19th century grandeur somewhat obscures that fact that it's currently a museum accessible to the public) you might not even think to try and gain entry.
Once inside the museum, you can plan to spend at least a couple of hours, given that artifacts here date back to the very beginning of the Russian state in the ninth century. As is the case with GUM, this will be a particularly alluring prospect if you visit in winter, when Moscow is arguably at its most beautiful, but certainly at its least tolerable.
It's somewhat easy to disregard this monument, which pays homage to the two Russian princes who ended the so-called "Time of Troubles" in the mid-16th century, during which Polish-Lithuanian forces occupied Russia, among other awful things including a famine. That's because the statue currently sits just at the base of St. Basil's Cathedral, which makes it very difficult to photograph or even see without being overwhelmed by that much more famous edifice.
Though the statue originally sat at the very center of Red Square, it came to be an obstacle to the movement of tanks during the Soviet period, much like the Voskresensky Gates. As a result, authorities moved it during that time, and it's stayed where you currently find it ever since.
Taken by itself, the smokey-pink Kazan Cathedral is an architectural marvel; originally built in the 17th century, the church you find here today, located just north of the GUM department store, dates back only to 1993.
Unfortunately, since it sits not only in the shadow of GUM, but also in the shadow St. Basil's and the Towers of the Kremlin, it's easy to miss entirely if you aren't looking. As a result, you might wait until you've seen just about everything else in Red Square before coming here to take photos, and to appreciate the understated beauty of this oft-overlooked cathedral.
As you head south from St. Basil's Cathedral to exit Red Square, make sure to walk onto Bolshoy Moskvoretskiy Bridge, which crosses the Moskva River. If you look due north, you can get an excellent shot of the church framed, on the left, by the towers of the Kremlin. Directing your gaze a bit to the west allows you to see the skyscrapers of Moscow City as they rise above the Kremlin's walls.
Walking westward along the riverbank is also a worthwhile excursion, for the views it provides of Red Square and the Kremlin, as well as the fact that doing so takes you to other iconic Moscow attractions, including Gorky Park and the Pushkin Museum. The views you enjoy from the river and the bridge are particularly stunning at night, though you should make sure you bring a tripod if you want to get a clear picture, given how strong winds over and near the river can be.
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- 15.58 km from downtown Moscow Cheapest Closest Vnukovo Airport Tickets From $ 432
- 35.18 km from downtown Moscow Sheremetyevo Airport Tickets From $ 472
- 36.57 km from downtown Moscow Domodedovo International Airport Tickets From $ 477
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- What is the average flight ticket price from United States to Moscow? The average ticket price to Moscow is $ 604. Please use this price as a reference only.
- Approx. 4 hours 54 minutes to fly from Istanbul to Moscow.
- Approx. 3 hours 11 minutes to fly from Tbilisi to Moscow.
- Approx. 3 hours 34 minutes to fly from Yerevan to Moscow.
- Approx. 15 hours 7 minutes to fly from Seoul to Moscow.
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- What is the most popular month to visit Moscow? Understanding peak and off travel seasons to Moscow can help you arrange your travel plans accordingly. The most popular month to visit Moscow is November. The average price of flight tickets to Moscow in November is $ 609.
- When are the cheapest flights to Moscow? Flight tickets to Moscow are the cheapest in January compared to other months, the average price is $ 577.
- How many airports in Moscow? Vnukovo Airport , Domodedovo International Airport , and Sheremetyevo Airport .
- The distance from Sheremetyevo Airport to downtown is about 27km. It takes about 40 minutes by taxi.
- The distance from Vnukovo Airport to downtown is about 27km. It takes about 40 minutes by taxi.
- The distance from Domodedovo International Airport to downtown is about 41km. It takes about 1 hour by taxi.
- Which popular airlines have flights to Moscow? Popular airlines with flights to Moscow: Turkish Airlines , China Southern Airlines , and Aeroflot .
- What are some popular attractions in Moscow? There are lots of attractions to choose from in Moscow: Tsvetnoy (1 km from downtown) , Bogis Theatrical Agency (1 km from downtown) and Samotechnyy bul'var (2 km from downtown) are the most popular attractions close to downtown.
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Flights to moscow (mow).
The overwhelming city of Moscow is a blend of historical and contemporary sights. There's something for everyone from Red Square to the Kremlin tours across the outskirts of the capital. There are many flights to Moscow priced at your convenience and you cannot afford to miss this amazing place. You can travel, participate in cultural activities in the music and theatre or just be enthralled by Moscow's beautiful atmosphere. Museums with amazing art collections, exquisite restaurants, and stylish bars make Moscow a vibrant and must-visit city and the architecture that manages to be utterly unique and complex at the same time. Most of the places to see in Moscow are not only fascinating but also beyond imagination, through their modern culture, ancient rituals and rich history.
Tip: A local sim card is recommended. The Internet is much more secure and reliable. Before arriving in Russia, make sure you can log in to Uber.
Getting to Moscow
At Moscow, 4 main airports are Sheremetyevo, Southeast Domodedovo, Southwest Vnukovo and the only Russian commercial airport Ostafyevo. The Aeroexpress train is the fastest undoubted way to reach the city center in just 35 to 45 minutes to take passengers off by the metro line. From Moscow Airport it’s very convenient to get to the city as it’s transport networks are one of the best.
The flights to Moscow ie, to Domodedovo Airport, to Transaero Airport and Sheremetyevo from the UK, are operated by British airways. From London Heathrow, all flights from Britain to Moscow depart. Airline companies like Aeroflot, S7 Airlines, British Airways are some of the major ones that operate from the UK to Moscow Airport. The airport is around 25 miles from Moscow City, which is linked by express train to both airports. The two companies that offer direct flights to Moscow from the USA are Aeroflot and Delta Airlines. There are many options with layovers such as Swiss Air, KLM, Lufthansa, Air Malta, Air France, etc.
Note that when you take a taxi from the airport to the center which is the usual fare of 1.800-2.000 Rbl, you shouldn't be bullied by the taxi touts on 4.000 Rbl. It is fair around 1800Rbl.
Tip: If you stay in Moscow for more than a few days, you are advised to take a Troika card, which is available at subway stations. It operates on all transport types and provides a little cheaper than Edina.
Sight-seeing in Moscow
A variety of tours are available around the Kremlin, including the Armory Chamber, the Cathedra of Annunciation, the Archangel Cathedral, the Cathedral of Assumption, the Robe Deposition Chapel, Sobornaya square. Moscow's most renowned theatre is Bolshoi Theatre. Every year in the theatre, there are around three to four different operas and two or three ballets.
The metro is well-known for its architecture and the stations known as “Underground palaces of Moscow” have become one of the city's key attractions. The main exhibition site in Russia is the Central House of Artists. It is a 27 hall building with 60 galleries, opened in 1979. Thousands of exhibits from around the world are held by the CHA every year. There is also a lovely park with an open-air Museum Sculpture, recreational areas, and children's play areas.
The Peterhof Palace is one of Russia's most significant cultural sites. A 16-meter high cliff is one of the best attractions in the area that catch the attention of many tourists visiting the region. There is no need to think about what to do in Moscow with attractions like the monastery of Novospassko. The first monastery founded in the heart of Moscow was founded, in the 14th century. It is one of the most visited places in Moscow located in the south-eastern zone.
Moscow is, in reality, the best place to shop in Russia, and TsUM is a perfect place for this. This superb store, located on Petrovka Lane, is home to approximately 1,000 clothing, footwear, accessories, and cosmetics brands. If you are on a shopping spree and want to make up your dressing room, you must stop here.
Tip: If you shop for crafts or antiquities, make sure that you buy from a dealer, who will provide you the required forms to take it out of the country.
Dining out in Moscow
Russia is turning to the manufacturing of local produce and reinventing traditional products. There are many restaurants in the city some of them being soviet canteens, glamorous upmarket establishments and family-run restaurants. If you're prepared to try the traditional dishes of Russia, here's what you should try to find in Moscow.
The standard Russian pancakes, Blini are wafer-thin, similar to crepes. They are made of wheat and buckwheat meal and are served with honey, sour cream, butter, and caviar, whether they're sweet or delicious.
The doughnuts of Moscow can be packed with sweet food but are always served hot and with powdered sugar. This is nostalgic for many Russians because it's simple to produce and normal convenience. If you love soups, you cannot miss the Cabbage soup that has existed since the 9th century and is typically used in summer to reflect a major component of Russian culture.
Tip: Georgian food is one of Moscow's most popular dishes along with wine. Consider looking for different restaurants, as well as local cafes, where you can consider tasty, fresh food without having to spend much.
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