It is a pretty street with a perfumery and other interesting stores. The street made for good shopping and nice pictures
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It is good to go there before or after visiting the red square but it has expensive foods. However, you may find cheap food like subway there. If you are seeking a place to hang on, I recommend Arbat street.
Nikolsyka Ulitsa is a pedestrian street that links the Red Square to Lubyanka Square that has a history that dates back to at least the 12th century. A merchant street for centuries, Nikolshkya is now a shopping and dining street that is a neat place...More
This is a beautiful pedestrian street that runs from the Red Square to Lubyanka square. Full of shops and cafes, it's the perfect place to buy souvenirs, chocolates (great chocolate store on this street), or just to take a stroll. Don't miss it!!
Nikolskaya Street (Никольская улица) is a very popular pedestrian street due that it connects Red Square and Lubyanka Square (Лубянская площадь). It has a lot of notable and historic buildings with beautiful facades, a Cathedral, Monasteries, the shopping mall GUM (ГУМ), and churches. This touristic...More
Nice pedestrian street to walk. However, if you're planning to visit the Red Square, I strongly recommend using either the main gate near the State Historical Museum or the walkway near the St. Basil's cathedral as your entry point, else you'll risk a bit of...More
Always something is going on. Ice cream stands, street art, live shows (not the best ones though...). Restaurants and coffee shops, and shopping. It is a beautiful street that leads to the Red square, so if you're planning a visit to the red square, walk...More
The Nikolskaya street (ulitsa) is located between the Red Square and Lubyanka Square. You can walk here totally freely without any consideration of the vehicles, since it is a pedestrian zone. A lot of branded stores, small cafes and restaurants, always freshly painted the facades...More