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I had read that if you are a book lover travelling to Moscow, this is the book store to visit. So I was very excited when I got there on a Sunday morning. Me and my husband started in the coffee shop upstairs. The cafe...More
I visit Don Knigi on Arbat at least once a 2 weeks. It is one of the biggest bookstores in Moscow. It has also the largest English book collection; world or Russian classics, newest editions of international bestsellers, books on interests such as architecture, gardening,...More
I had a great experience here last week.
I was looking for books featuring Australian animals and culture to show children, and the staff were exceptional in helping me find what I was looking for. I think they enjoyed the challenge!
The store is easy...More
This gigantic bookshop is located on Novy Arbat, one of Moscow's main arteries, full of shops and restaurants, and very close to Old Arbat, the Pushkin Museum, the Lenin Library and the Red Square. Although the area is obviously central,it must be said that this...More
I was there twice in this month and two times were so disappointed. The stuff is so rude. One of the guards closed the door and began to ask his colleagues what was said about these girls (about me and my friend). If I don't...More
One of the best bookstore in Moscow! Been bying there since I was a kid! They've expanded the place, so basically now you have all second floor for books, with an opportunity for a coffee break with the book that you want to buy! And...More
A must-to-visit place provided you are interested in something more then reading posts on social networks. The vast collection of books (most oč them in Russian) is at you fingertips. Computer book search terminals will help you to locate the exact shelve to look for...More
Not all books are overpriced! I was looking for complete unabridged ones in English. So, I got each of these books for just 235 rubles (without a discount)! However, Russian Classics translated into foreign languages will be more expensive
Crowds of tourists, both local and international take in Old Arbat and its modern and gigantic peer – New Arbat. One reason visitors keep coming is no doubt Konstantin Melnikov’s famous private house, now open to the public and worthy of a visit. After exploring one of the oldest parts of Moscow, avoid the crowds and turn to the side streets and boulevards where calmness and affordable food is plentiful.