Source: Café Pushkin
Moscow has some cafes famous for having interiors decorated with a retro touch and even a little extravagant. Muscovites like to go there to socialize between ornate walls and elegant furniture. Some of them have the status of historic coffee (as is the case with the famous Café Pushkin) and, even though tea is still more popular in Russia, many people in the city already enjoy good coffee and the demand for places that offer this type of coffee. product is constantly increasing.
For those who have a trip planned and want to enjoy the destination a little more between one stop and another, I selected 4 cafes in the city that you should check out during your tours 😉
In the most touristic part of Moscow, in the heart of Red Square, Bosco Café is the perfect stop for anyone walking around the area to visit St. Basil’s Cathedral, Lenin’s tomb and the State Historical Museum of Russia. It is also an Italian restaurant and is located at GUM, the most famous mall in the city.
The place has the greatest charm and there is nothing more pleasant than sitting on the outdoor terrace, having a nice coffee and enjoying the scenery on a summer day!
Source: Bosco Family
You will find Café Pushkin in the recommendations of almost any Russian travel guide. It is one of the most famous cafes in Moscow and, nowadays, it has become practically an institution in the city.
The place was named after the famous Russian poet Alexander Pushkin and its walls are decorated with bookshelves full of books. The cafe is beautiful, cozy and is more than suitable for those who want to know Russian cuisine!
Source: Café Pushkin
Coffeemania is recognized by many people as the best place to have specialty coffees in Moscow. Baristas are very well trained and dominate Latte Art like no other. In fact, Coffeemania is a chain and has some units around the city.
As you can imagine by the name, this cafe is a favorite of many fashionistas in Moscow! On the famous shopping street known as KuznetskiyMost, Vogue Café is in an area surrounded by many interesting stores and the region is always very ornate.
It is definitely a great stopping point for those who are walking (and shopping) there 😉
Source: Stas Liubauskas (Condé Nast Traveler)
Who is also a coffee addict and can’t wait to visit these incredible places in Moscow?
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