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This area of Moscow Oblast is home to about 10,400,000 people.
Not sure where to start in this exciting destination? Red Square and Moscow Kremlin would be a terrific choice.
Family attractions such as Kva-Kva Aquapark, Waterpark Caribia and the Russian Fairy-tales Museum are guaranteed to get the kids excited. And who knows, the grownups might just have a blast too!
Take your youngest travellers to to the Moscow Zoo or the Otrada Amusement Park and Zoo and watch their eyes fill with awe! They can come face-to-face with some intriguing animals and learn about the importance of caring for our wildlife while they're at it.
This region takes its plant conservation seriously, so there are plenty of locations where you can go and admire botanic specimens from both local and international landscapes. A wander through the well-kept gardens at the Moscow Botanical Gardens and the Central Botanical Garden is a must. If you can't get enough, the floral exhibits at the Aptekarskiy Ogorod Botanical Garden and the Botanical Garden of Academy of Sciences are also rather nice.
Remember those blissful childhood days spent sprawled out on the grass watching clouds float by? Get that feeling back at Victory Park and the Alexander Gardens. Also consider sitting back and whiling away a pleasant afternoon at at Sokolniki Park or Hermitage Garden.
If you're looking to recharge those batteries, there are a range of nature reserves and parks to explore. Begin with a deep breath of fresh air at Bitsa Park or Lossiny Ostrov National Park. For some extra downtime, head to Sparrow Hills and Troparevsky Forest Park.
Ask the friendly staff at the State Historical Museum or the Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts about one-off happenings. With so many captivating exhibits, you'll want to be sure you don't miss out. If you have extra time, also go to the Kremlin Armoury Museum and the State Tretyakov Gallery.
Ship construction and navigation techniques have played a huge part in shaping many countries throughout the globe. To learn more about the maritime history of the region, set sail for the Russian Submarine Museum.
The curious scientific gadgets at the Polytechnical Museum and the Experimentanium are bound to get your brain buzzing. For even more from the science realm, head on over to Moscow Planetarium. Don't forget to enquire about any temporary exhibitions that are on.
Deepen your knowledge on the natural world with a trip to the Orlov Museum of Paleontology and the State Darwin Museum. With so many curious specimens packed into these buildings, you might not know where to begin! The earth's creations are almost unlimited, and you can discover more of them at the Mytishchi Museum of Nature Protection and the Vernadsky State Geological Museum.
With a good number of impressive art exhibitions to mull over, you might need a little push in the right direction. We suggest grabbing a strong coffee and spending a few hours at the New Tretyakov Gallery - Museum of Modern Art or the Andrei Rublev Museum of Early Russian Art. If you're feeling inspired, also feast your eyes on the displays at the Podolsky Showroom and the Mytischi Historical Art Museum.
Journey back through time to discover the events and people that have contributed to the growth of the Moscow region at the Domodedovo History and Art Museum and the Ivanteyevka Museum of History and Local Lore. You can also check out eye-opening displays which bring history to life at the Memorial Museum of German Anti Fascists and the Jewish Museum and Tolerance Center.
Step back in time with a visit to the Moscow State University and Cathedral of Christ the Savior. They're some of the best places to get a better understanding of Moscow's history. Lenin's Mausoleum and Novodevichy Convent and Cemetery are also worth checking out.
Bolshoy Kamenny Bridge and Rostokinsky Aqueduct might not play as important a part in uniting the city as they did in times gone by, but they are still an important tourist experience.
They were certainly trying to be extravagant when they designed Ostankino Palace and Palace of the Romanov Boyars, and we are certainly impressed. Petrovsky Palace and Catherine's Palace are two more stately abodes.
Resting between the impenetrable walls of Meyendorff Castle is an incredible history. The glory days of times gone by can be felt in every room.
Surround yourself with both spirituality and history at St. Basil's Cathedral and Church of the Ascension. Donskoy Monastery and Cathedral of the Archangel are also must-sees for many spiritually curious travellers.
They're probably not at the top of your sightseeing list, but Bagration Bridge and Crimean Bridge are still well worth checking out. You shouldn't forget to swing by Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Bukhta Radosti either.