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Cons: Prices start from a steep 35,000 rubles per person (5), so you had better be confident you'll enjoy yourself. Patriarshy Bridge, Kropotkinskaya metro station Pros: Perfect view of the fireworks and Moscow's colossal Christ the Savior Cathedral, with plenty of bars and restaurants just a few minutes walk away on the Red October island.
The following are 10 of the best places to usher in the New Year in Moscow. Red Square (Krasnaya Ploshchad), Okhotny Ryad/Ploshchad Revolyutsii metro stations Pros: Red Square is in the very heart of Moscow, so you will have a great view of the fireworks over St. It's like spending New Year's Eve in Times Square, but in a more historical setting.
Cons: Just like Times Square, Red Square gets very crowded, so if you want a good spot you will have to get there far in advance and stand for hours.
Cons: A bit far from the metro, and some people might find it too quiet and staid for their liking. Balchug Kempinski Hotel, 1 Balchug Ulitsa, Kropotkinskaya metro station Pros: A six-course gala dinner, live cover band and perfect view of the fireworks over the Moscow River.
Cons: Again, outdoors in the cold and bound to be crowded.
The nearby bars and restaurants, while plentiful, will likely be very busy too. Also, a single ticket for between 5,000 and 7,000 rubles ( to 4) may be a bit pricey. Vorontsovsky Park, Kaluzhskaya/Noviye Cheryomushki metro stations Pros: Lots of music from Russian artists and Italian singer Monica Santoro, a Chinese theater show and — you guessed it — a fireworks display. Don't forget the New Year's champagne tradition: As the bell first tolls midnight, write a wish on a piece of paper, light the paper on fire, drop it into your champagne glass and drink the champagne.
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