Taking a private jet to and from this Russian destination allows you to make the most of your visit. After all, there is much to explore here, so doing it on your own time ensures that you don't miss anything.
What Can You Do In Moscow?
One of the interesting things about activities found in Moscow is that there is much more to this destination than initially meets the eye.
St. Basil's Cathedral
The colorful round domes for which Moscow is so well-known can be found here, at St. Basil's cathedral. It remains an architectural marvel both inside and out and attracts millions of visitors from around the world each year to walk its hallowed halls and appreciate the art elements within.
No visit to Moscow would be complete with a view of what remains the largest active fortress on the European continent. The Kremlin is a must-see during any visit to Moscow. It is easy to get lost in here, as there are numerous buildings to explore. More than 20 towers can be found in the Kremlin and it is home to the largest bell as well as the largest cannon in the world.
Red Square is a popular tourist attraction simply because of how much it characterizes the complexities of Russian culture. The architecture in and around the square is stunning and the historical elements are points of interest here as well. Many of the other popular attractions in Moscow surround the square, making it a centralized location.
If its shopping you want, then GUM is your destination. This is a department store filled with smaller boutiques, all of which are high-end. In fact, there are more than 200 retail brands represented here. The architecture of the space is as interesting as the stores found within it, because of the glass roofing. There are also views of Red Square and plenty of dining options offered.
Where Should You Stay in Moscow?
Moscow has a number of luxury lodging options that range from eclectic to elegant, all displaying the rich characteristics of Russia's capital city.
Four Seasons Moscow
The Four Seasons Moscow is unique because it offers an unimpeded view of the Kremlin. Luxury travelers will enjoy the on-site bar and spa, as well as an executive area. The exterior of the property is decidedly Russian in its architectural characteristics, while the property offers towering columns and a glass-enclosed pool to add to the ambiance of the space.
Ararat Park Hyatt Moscow
The Ararat Park Hyatt Moscow also offers views of the Kremlin and Red Square. It is one of the most classic and elegant luxury properties in Moscow with 205 guest rooms, each of which is well-appointed and focused on guest comfort. There are several bars and restaurants available for guests at this property, including a cafe with American fare.
St. Regis Moscow Nikolskaya
The St. Regis Moscow Nikolskaya is a luxury property just minutes from the Kremlin with a high level of concierge and guest service. The property is decorated with ornate artwork while guests can also enjoy a spa and gourmet treats in one of the on-site restaurants.
Carlton is THE name in luxury lodging and the Moscow property does not disappoint. Guests are greeted with fresh bread, while the hotel also offers options of a luxury spa, rooftop terrace area and high-end furnishings in all of the guest suites.
Book with LunaJets to Fly To and From Moscow
Flying in and out of Moscow is made more convenient and luxurious when doing so via private jet. Forget about trying to meet airport timetables and flight times. Instead, take your time exploring the city and then schedule your private jet to leave when you are ready.
This option is especially ideal for those traveling in groups that want to ensure that everyone has time to really enjoy what Moscow has to offer.