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Shopping in Moscow

Kuznetsky Most and Stoleshnikov Pereulok offer designer labels, with international fashion chains clustered along Tverskaya street. Russian designer outlets can be found along Arbat, with quirky boutiques in Kurskaya. The Izmailovsky Market and its souvenirs are east of the city, but vodka, caviar and other gifts can also be found at the pre-revolutionary Eliseevsky Magazin along Tverskaya. Most shops open 10am-10pm daily. Visa and Mastercard are widely accepted, Diners Club and American Express less so.

Magazin Chai Kofe, Moscow. © Hillary Gilbert, Moscow

Shops

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  1. 1. Eliseevsky Magazin - Shops

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    Eliseevsky Gastronom, Moscow. © Hillary Gilbert, Moscow

    Opened in 1901, the Style Moderne Eliseevsky Magazin delicatessen on the main street Tverskaya once supplied the Soviet elite as Gastronom No. 1. It now sells caviar, vodka and Lomonosov porcelain in a fin-de-siècle hall, with stained-glass ceiling.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    24 hours

    Address

    14, Tverskaya ulitsa, Moscow 125009

    Telephone

    +7 (8) 495 650 4643

    Transport

    Pushkinskaya, Tverskaya or Chekhovskaya Metro

    Website

    Eliseevsky Magazin Website

Markets

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  1. 2. Izmailovsky Market - Markets

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    Izmailovsky Market (or Vernisazh ), a half-hour Metro journey east of town, has acres of stalls offering souvenirs and gems including Soviet posters and antiques. The newly built Izmailovsky Kremlin is a fun-packed pastiche with stalls, cafés and a vodka museum.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Daily 9am-6pm

    Address

    73zh, Izmaylovskoe Shosse, Moscow 105318

    Telephone

    +7 (8) 499 166 5580 or +7 (8) 499 166 5569

    Transport

    Partisanskaya Metro

Specialists

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  1. 3. Magazin Chai Kofe - Specialists

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    Magazin Chai Kofe, Moscow. © Hillary Gilbert, Moscow

    Magazin Chai Kofe in Chistiye Prudy was the former 19th-century Perlov Teahouse, redecorated in 1894 as a Chinese pagoda. It's one of the few remaining Soviet konditerskaya, selling traditional chocolates including renowned Krasnaya Oktyabr brand, with fresh coffee and tea.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Mon-Fri 9am-9pm; Sat 10am-8pm; Sun 10am-7pm

    Address

    19, Ulitsa Myasnitskaya, Moscow 101000

    Telephone

    + 7 (8) 495 625 4656

    Transport

    Chistiye Prudy or Turgenevskaya Metro

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