but far from the city’s noise.
Just three kilometers from Red Square in leafy Khamovniki district, Knightsbridge Park feels a million miles away. It’s located in downtown Moscow’s most expensive residential area, known for its wide boulevards, lush parks and prestigious addresses.
But it’s also a centre of culture: home to the outstanding European collections of the Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts; the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Novodevichy Convent; and the Cathedral of Christ the Saviour, the largest orthodox Christian church in the world.
A stylish, tranquil escape from the city.