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I had this on our list of places to visit as something a little different away from the city centre and it turned out to be an entertaining hour or so.
We got the underground out to here which as always was reliable and cheap...More
It is the best place where you can buy souvenirs. Plenty choices of Matroyshka dolls, fridge magnets, pins, and traditional clothes. They have the best price especially if you buy in large quantity. They speak many languages. You can also find great barbeque of many...More
I went to this market after reading about it being the best place to get souvenirs. It did not disappoint! Super easy to get to - from Red Square it was about a 15 minute subway ride. You exit at Partizanskya, come out of the...More
This market is located a bit out of the city, but easily reachable by for example a Yandex. It’s a great place to buy souvenirs, but it’s even nicer to just stroll around and look at the huge amount of stuff you can buy there....More
It's only really a tourist market but whatever you're looking for in the way of souvenirs you'll probably find it here. The wooden buildings are very colourful with towers and turrets everywhere, but it's not authentic, it's a modern Disneyfied version of Russia.
Flea market meets Disney. Great selection of tourist souvenirs, Soviet military items ,pictures and antiques. Real buzz about the place and loads of eateries. Short walk from Partizanskaya Metro so very easy to get to and from. worth a couple of hours of your time...More
It’s a topical Russian market. Perfect for tradicional Russian dolls, scarfs, etc.... Went too Times one in the weekend, second one on a Wednesday... much more things during the weekend. Take real money as most of the stalls don’t accept cards!
My score is low, because I visit the market during the weekdays. I quite like the market indeed, but only a portion of stores are opened during the week. I quite like those shops selling wooden craft products. The sellers are quite nice too, but...More
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it is open every day but I don't think on Sunday. Saturday is the busiest but not necessary the best. On Wednesday is wholesale day and the shops open very early and close up earlier. Go in the morning every day because... More
it is open every day but I don't think on Sunday. Saturday is the busiest but not necessary the best. On Wednesday is wholesale day and the shops open very early and close up earlier. Go in the morning every day because depending on crowds and sales the shops start closing down early afternoon. You need to negotiate for lower prices, it is expected. The salespersons are usually very friendly and fun to negotiate with. There are no restrooms except in the mall closer to the metro. They have a nice food court there with bathrooms. Warm in winter and cooler in summer for a break.