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gentbrugg wrote a review Jun 2018
Moscow2,304 contributions617 helpful votes
The Sadovoe (Garden) and Bulvarnoe (Boulevard) rings seem to be so integral elements of Moscow's urban planning that similar planning decisions in other capital cities - for example, the Vienna ring - are involuntarily compared to them. But the Sadovoe ring is too long and therefore serves as the main transport artery in the city center, but the Boulevard ring is much shorter and you can walk along it. Moreover, in Moscow it is recognized as a garden and park area. However, in fact, this continuous walk will not work - it is actually cut each time by perpendicular "rays", and in places of gaps are areas, usually referred to as the gate. The longest Boulevard - Tverskoy-has less than a kilometer. Moreover, the ring is not actually closed, and is interrupted by abutting of Moskva river. Ring closure projects have appeared from time to time, but in the end have not been implemented.…
Date of experience: April 2018
thesmdm wrote a review Jun 2016
Auckland, New Zealand1,291 contributions293 helpful votes
A long worthwhile walk if you have the time. Good vantage points for photo's and lots of cafes as well. There are exquisite cozy 18-19th century mansions from Moscow nobility to view during the walk as well.
Date of experience: May 2016
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Tasa S wrote a review Jul 2015
Phuket, Thailand128 contributions65 helpful votes
One of best panoramic view point overlooking the Moscow city and could be relaxing venue as well as romantic atmosphere.
Date of experience: October 2014
TinaQ wrote a review Jun 2013
Moscow, Russia1,913 contributions944 helpful votes
The boulevard ring makes for the nice walks. I'm not particularly sure whether it's that green - there are trees lining the both sides of it, but not much grass. If you have limited time, go to Pushkinskaya and walk the Tverskoy boulevard and maybe the Nikitskoy, it will lead you to the Arbat.…
Date of experience: April 2013
hundreder wrote a review Aug 2012
Moscow, Russia223 contributions116 helpful votes
Almost quiet place in center but traffic time. You can see Moscow architecture of some last centuries. There is a lot of cafe. Photo and art exhibitions are held in opposite ends of it (Gogolevskiy and Chistoprudniy blvds) in a summertime.
Date of experience: July 2012