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Despite being one of the great international cities, Moscow, Russia still retains an air of mystery. It is a city that produced some of the world’s most prominent writers, including Fyodor Dostoevsky, who was born in Moscow in 1821. Moscow has also played and continues to play a major role in world politics from the time of the Tzars to the World Wars all the way until today. It is Russia’s most populous city as well as being the country’s capital. It also happens to be the largest city in Europe.
Moscow additionally holds the distinction of being the planet’s coldest and northernmost city. Visitors come here when they want to tour sites, like Saint Basil’s Cathedral, the Kremlin and Red Square or to take in performances of world-class ballet and theater companies, art galleries and educational offerings: It’s home to Russian universities, ballet, and theater companies and major businesses. Indeed, it is the very heart of Russian culture.
Bounce has many partners in Moscow, who are happy to serve travelers who need to look into their luggage storage options in the city. We partner with businesses like cafes, hotels, and restaurants: These businesses, in turn, provide travelers like you with a secure place to store your bags while you’re out exploring one of the world’s most important historical cities.
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Luggage storage in Moscow costs only $5.90 on the Bounce platform for each bag or piece of luggage.
The Bounce platform offers dozens of bag and luggage storage locations throughout Moscow. With 24/7 customer support and up to $5,000 in insurance for every booking, luggage storage in Moscow as never been easier.
Although many people believe that Red Square gets its name from its association with communism and the red buildings that surround it, that’s actually not where the name originated. The Russian word associated with it does technically mean “red.” However, in old Russian, that same word actually translates as “pretty.” Thus, the Red Square of Moscow is actually pretty square.
Today, Red Square still retains much of its historic ambiance. At every turn, visitors find museums and gardens and old cathedrals, just waiting to be explored. It’s a particularly magical place to visit at night during the Christmas season. The streets glow with the lights of the season. And if you’re so inclined, you can take to the ice when the outdoor skating rink opens up, starting in late Nov. and going through late Feb.
When you visit this historic city, it’s best to square away your options for bag storage in Moscow before you begin sightseeing. Bounce partners in the city will take your bags for you so that you can enjoy a free skate or a leisurely stroll through one of the city’s museums, without being weighed down by your luggage.
Most major world cities have that one street you need to visit before you leave it. In New York, it’s 5th Avenue. In Berlin, it’s Unter den Linden. In Paris, it’s the Champs-Élysées. In Moscow, the street that holds that distinction is Tverskaya Street.
Wander along this street if you’re an ardent foodie and want to experience food culture at its finest. First stop, in this case, is Yeliseev’s Food Hall, a place filled with succulent fruits, cheese varieties, and seasonal vegetables, as well an assortment of pies and cakes and other concoctions that are sure to stave off that sweet tooth of yours.
Art lovers and literature fans also love this street, due to its theaters, art galleries, and other cultural offerings. Naturally, it possesses its fair share of cafes and restaurants, too, a few of which may also happen to be Bounce partner drop points in addition to just being good places to eat.
That’s actually how we work. We look for easy-to-find businesses, like cafes or hotels, in major cities, like Moscow, and invite these businesses to be partners of ours. Taking advantage of the luggage storage options near Tverskaya Street means that you can meet up with friends for coffee or lunch without worrying about having to lug around your bags.
It’s difficult to believe that you’re not walking through a palace when you visit Moscow’s Komsomolskaya Station. Ornate paintings and carved moldings are reminiscent of the grand halls of the Palace of Versailles. The images on the mosaics follow the story of Russian independence.
On a more practical note, this station plays an important role in Moscow’s transportation system. It’s located in the Krasnoselsky District, between the Kurskaya and Prospekt Mira stations. Travelers come to this station when they need to catch a train on the Koltsevaya line. This transportation hub counts among Moscow’s busiest.
One way to really immerse yourself in the beauty and history of this landmark is to take the Moscow Underground Palaces Metro Tour. This tour is led by art historians and offers a more in-depth look at the history and significance of this place. Do be sure to contact one of Bounce’s area partners before you embark on your tour. They offer plenty of options for luggage storage in Moscow. Consult your Bounce app to learn more.
It’s difficult to miss the fact that Russian history is filled with prominent artists and writers when you land at the Sheremetyevo Alexander S. Pushkin International Airport, or Sheremetyevo International Airport for short. It’s named after Alexander Pushkin, a Russian poet living in the 18th and 19th centuries.
Sheremetyevo International Airport was originally constructed as a military airbase but eventually became a civilian airport in the late 1950s. Today, it helps over 40 million passengers make it to their destinations, whether those destinations be in Moscow or someplace else. Airlines like Air China, Air France, Air Malta, KLM, Royal Flight and Vietnam Airlines fly through this airport.
If your travels bring you to Sheremetyevo International Airport, you’ll want to check out the Bounce app to find a partner business in the area. Finding gag storage in Moscow in or near the airport allows you to relax between flights or to more fully explore the areas around the airport before you head off to where you’re going next.
This is another train station that is a must-see for art and architecture history buffs. It’s filled with luminescent windows and stunningly beautiful archways. The station’s architect Alexey Dushkin envisioned a station decorated with stained glass and made the first drawings of this historic building in the years before the Second World War.
Today, its 32 stained-glass panels and conical chandeliers draw crowds from all over. It’s clean and safe and is located near major hotels, green spaces and other sightseeing stops in Moscow.
Head to this train station when you need to make a transfer to Mendeleyevskaya station. Be sure to check out the Bounce app before you board your train to see your options for luggage storage in Moscow near this train station.
First opened in 1938, Moscow’s nod to Futurism also counts among its most stunningly beautiful sights. Its Art Deco designed drew inspiration from the work of Russian poet Vladamir Mayakovsky. The station is named in his honor. Mayakovskaya Station is one of Moscow’s best examples of Stalinist Architecture. During the years of World War II, it functioned as one of the command posts for the city’s anti-aircraft regiment.
This metro station lies deep beneath the streets of Moscow, some 33 meters. Because of this, people used it as an air raid shelter during the war years. Stalin himself lived here during World War II. Nowadays, the mosaics on the walls and the stunning architectural features greet passengers as they make their way around the city’s transportation system.
If your travels take you through Mayakovskaya Station, then be sure to look into your options for bag storage in Moscow if you want to explore the city once you disembark from your train.
Although the Kremlin in Moscow is the most well-known Kremlin in Russia, it’s not the only one. Kremlins are the country’s citadels and given that the name “Kremlin” means “fortress inside a city,” it’s logical that some of the most important buildings and landmarks in Russia sit inside the Kremlin walls in Moscow.
Most people associate the Kremlin with the Russian government in the same way they associate the White House in Washington, DC with the American government. And indeed, throughout history, some of Russia’s most important rulers occupied this area. Today, it even has a helipad, which allows Russian President Vladamir Putin to travel to and from the Kremlin without disrupting the traffic in the area. The location of the helipad was chosen because it didn’t pose a threat to the architecture in the area.
However, while Moscow’s Kremlin plays a major role in Russian government and politics, there is more to this fortified complex than government buildings and presidential helipads. The Saint Basil Cathedral and Red Square call it home, as does the Alexander Garden, numerous museums and other important historical landmarks.
Bag storage in Moscow near the Kremlin is easy to find if you consult your Bounce app. Due to its location, we have many partners in and around the Kremlin to serve you.
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How much does luggage storage cost in Moscow?
The price for luggage storage in Moscow is just $5.90/bag for the entire day.
Where are there luggage storage locations in Moscow?
There are multiple locations all around Moscow which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near Moscow, Losiny Ostrov National Park, Red Square and many other areas.
Is it safe to store your bags in Moscow?
Yes. Every bag is tagged with a security seal and comes with the $5,000 Bounce Guarantee. Every location is required to uphold tight security precautions. You may be asked to show ID and you will be required to use a credit card to book through Bounce in advance. With hundreds of thousands of bags stored, you can count on Bounce to handle your baggage in Moscow.
Are there storage lockers in Moscow?
Yes. There are storage lockers and many other luggage drop off points in Moscow. Bounce has multiple locations throughout Moscow where you can conveniently store your luggage with full security and the $5,000 Bounce Gurantee.
Where are the best places to stay and eat while in Moscow?
The most popular restaurants to visit are Café Pushkin, White Rabbit, and Uzbekistan. Additionally, the highest ranked hotels within Moscow are Hilton Moscow Leningradskaya, Metropol, and Vega Izmailovo Hotel & Convention Center.
Where are the best parks and nature attractions in Moscow?
Moscow offers several scenic parks including Kuskovo museum - historical reserve, Tjoply Stan landspace zakaznik, and Skver "Druzba".
Where can I find tourist information and guideposts in Moscow?
You can find local tourist information at Radisson Royal Moscow.
What are the best museums and historical attractions in Moscow?
If you're looking for a good museum in Moscow, we recommend Kuskovo museum - historical reserve, Moscow Kremlin, and Lenin's Mausoleum. If you prefer to be outside, you can give yourself a walking tour and see some of Moscow's most popular historical attractions including Red Square, Moscow Kremlin, or Kremlin and Red Square, Moscow and monuments like Peter the Great Statue, Monument to Yuri Gagarin, or Worker and Kolkhoz Woman. Lastly, you can enjoy the local ruin of Petrovskoye-Alabino, Ostatki fundamenta hrama Nikolaa Cudotvorca v Stolpah, or "Ruins" Grotto.
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