MOSCOW IN DETAIL.
TRAVEL ENCYCLOPAEDIA

This comprehensive travel guide will lead you through Moscow far beyond its postcard attractions

Bookstores

Foreign Books House (Дом иностранной книги) offers about 20,000 titles and claims you may buy a book in a foreign language here the same day it is released elsewhere in Europe.

18/7 Kuznetsky Most. Metro Kuznetsky Most (line 7, purple.)

Bookbridge store also focuses on books in foreign languages including Russian titles translated into English.

7 Bolshaya Tatarskaya Street. Metro Novokuznetskaya (line 2, green.)

Biblio-Globus (Библио-Глобус) is one of the largest and the most crowded bookshops in the city centre. The English-language collection is limited here, but the choice of art albums, posters, postcards and souvenirs is rather impressive.

6/3 building 1 Myasnitskaya Street. Metro Lubyanskaya (line 1, red)

Moskva (Москва) is another centrally located bookworms’ mecca with a rich second-hand books department.

8/2 building 1 Tverskaya Street. Mero Tverskaya (line 2, green,) or Pushkinskaya (line 7, purple) or Chekhovskaya (line 9, grey.)

Moscow Books House (Московский дом книги) is the flagship store of a chain offering over 200,000 titles. It also has good stationary and gift departments.

8 Novy Arbat. Metro Arbatskaya (line 3, navy blue or line 4, light blue.)

 

 

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