ulitsa arbat, Moscow, Russia
Ulitsa Arbat Moscow Reviews
Nice walking street ! Apr 14, 2012
Here of course is my opinion :)
I read Lisa's review and she is some disappointed :)
I know this street as stari Arbat but looks like to be the same street .
If you try to found some shopping I don't thing so is the better street at Moscow but is a great street with a lot of paintings , small stands , restaurants and of course many peoples walking up and down :)
I had really great photo shots from the peoples there and I am enthusiastic for this reason .
You can found also many goodies for shopping and many good restaurants .
Personally I recommended highly if you love photography and specially to capture human faces :)
For any other reason just visit it because is a nice walking point :)
Here also a helpful link about the street .
Thank you all the peoples to be in my photos !
Thanks to read my review !
Part of the Russia - 2012 travel blog
Join TravBuddy to leave comments, meet new friends and share travel tips!
Boring and uninviting Aug 07, 2007
Ulitsa Arbat is the modern shopping area of Moscow. Personally, I always enjoy having a peak at shops in popular shopping streets in major cities. It interests me to see what local people enjoy to buy in clothing, household items, food and knickknacks. Ulitsa Arbat is a very broad, pedestrian only street, with uninviting shops on either side and souvenir stalls that all sell exactly the same in the centre.
There is no atmosphere what so ever, probably because again nobody is enjoying themselves there. There is not a single smile or faint idea of happiness anywhere. The only interesting things to see between the grey and gloomy architecture are the high building of Foreign Affairs and the front of a casino that is shaped like a large steam boat.
Part of the Western Russia 2007 travel blog
2 / 2 TravBuddies found this review helpful/trustworthy
Related Travel Blogs About Ulitsa Arbat
Metro misery |
We start our morning at the metro station nearby our hotel, determined what keeps going wrong when we count the number of stations we have to pass before we exit at the station we need to be at. But …Ulitsa Arbat, the modern shopping area of Moscow. I don’t know why exactly, but I always enjoy strolling…