3 must-see hop-off attractionsIf we say Moscow, chances are that you’re going to think about Red Square. That’s why we say that it has to be the first place you hop off the bus. Surprisingly, its name has nothing to do with Russia’s communist past or the distinctive colour of the buildings, but it’s because the word for red in Russian also used to mean beautiful. Here, you can see the Kremlin, St Basil’s Cathedral and Lenin’s tomb. It really is the centre of historic Moscow. For a more tranquil destination, we’re going to recommend Gorky Park, a beautiful green space that sits on the banks of the Volga. It’s the perfect place to relax for a few hours during your visit to the city so hop off at Krymsky Bridge and cross the river to the park. Our final destination is Arbat Square. Hop off here and take a walk down the pedestrian Arbat Street, one of the city’s oldest streets and the perfect place for an afternoon stroll.