"In view of this golden city, this brilliant knot of Asia and Europe, this majestic meeting where luxury is united, customs and arts of the most beautiful parts of the world deus we we stopped. "said Philippe de Segur in the nineteenth century. Nowadays Moscow is a city still famous for its charm and splendor of its atypical facades. Only 3h30 from Paris by plane, you will find yourself immersed in one of the largest cities in Europe, which contains wonders breathtaking. Moscow, a motley city Moscow, capital of the vast Russian territory, and includes all the symbols associated with the turbulent history of this state: this metropolis, with over 10 million inhabitants is also the nerve center of the political Russian, and since the twelfth century, except for the parenthesis St. Petersburg of Peter the Great. this power is represented by the power of the Kremlin, a fortress in the city which alone accounts for many monuments exceptional; all overlooking Red square, center of the city, where stand the fascinating colorful domes of St. Basil's Cathedral and near the massive mausoleum of Lenin Communism and orthodox religion of conflicting values ??that have marked. the face of Moscow, reflecting the complexity of culture and Russian history. remarkable monuments, internationally renowned museums complement a stay rich in discoveries, while a walk through the streets of Moscow almost enough to justify the trip. Moscow between communism and capitalism 's more than 10 million people who run every day on the streets of Moscow. This gigantic city n 'is other than the capital of Russia. In this city, you can see all the historical signs of Russia: signs of the supremacy of the Soviet Union until its fall of communism signs, Stalinism So if you are looking for one! destination