"ARBAT STREET" Arbat Street Tip by lidia664

Arbat Street, Moscow: 39 reviews and 71 photos


In the mid 80's Arbat became the first Moscow?s pedestrian street where cars are not allowed, the Old Arbat street. Over the years the street has developed into one of the most popular places in Moscow. In fact, this is a peculiar area of many small streets and lanes with beautiful 18-s and 19-s century mansions, museums, cafes and shops. You may meet here street artists or get into multiple smart clothes and souvenir shops, cafes, cultural centers, etc.

Address: metro: Arbatskaya, Smolenskaya
Directions: Metro: Arbatskaya, Smolenskaya

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  • Updated Jan 15, 2003
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