To the west of the immense Russian Federation, bathed by the Moskva River, Moscow is the capital and seat of the Kremlin, the residence of the President, which houses the tsar's treasures in its Armoury Palace. The Kremlin occupies Red Square, where various historical symbols are concentrated: Lenin's mausoleum, the State Historical Museum with its rich collection and the Cathedral of Saint Basil the Blessed with its colourful bulbous bell towers. From Red Square take Tverskaya Street, the most chic street in the city with designer shops, cafés and luxurious restaurants. Greet the statue of Pushkin through Pushinkaya Square. In this district, you have other must-see places such as the Bolshoi Theatre and the Place des Cathédrales, which bears its name well for its bulbous forest and the presence of sumptuous cathedrals, that of the Archangel Saint Michael, that of the Annunciation where only tsars could enter and the oldest is that of the Dormition where they were crowned. Enjoy Gorky Park, the city's most popular park with its rides, walks, cafés and romantic pond. Enjoy the sunshine of summer or the magic of winter, Moscow is a modern, university and cultural city where something is always happening. Night owls will be able to visit bars and discos and enjoy the crazy nights of the capital on the famous Arbat Street, illuminated and lively until the early morning.