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  • Sunday 07:00 - 20:00
  • Monday 07:00 - 20:00
  • Tuesday 07:00 - 20:00
  • Wednesday 07:00 - 20:00
  • Thursday 07:00 - 20:00
  • Friday 07:00 - 20:00
  • Saturday 07:00 - 20:00
Izmaylovsky Park or Izmaylovo Park is one of the largest parks in Moscow, Russia. Park consists of two areas: Izmaylovsky forest and Izmaylovsky park for reacreation. It's situated in the Izmaylovo District in the North-East of the city. The park was inaugurated in 1931, and was known as Stalin Park until the name was changed in the 1961. The northern border of the park is the tram line alongside the Izmailovskaya station of the Moscow Metro that serves the park, the southern is the Entuziastov Highway. To the East the park is limited by the Main alley and to the West by Electrodny proezd and 1st and 2nd streets of the Izmaylovo menagerie.
  • Peter B

    2 months ago

    Best place to buy souvenirs and Russian original art work. Good prices. As with all markets - you should bargain :) Allow at least 1 hour to tour the market

  • Erin V

    6 months ago

    If you're in Moscow and haven't yet gotten that 'Soviet' feeling, head on over to this market. Weekdays are apparently quieter, but there are still a fair amount of merchants open. It's a little hike from the metro station, but worth it. Definitely a departure from ritzy, rich central Moscow. Great place to pick up some souvenirs - don't forget to bargain!

  • hani alieva

    a month ago

    Iwent testerday and it was so cold. Theysay if you speak a little russian the seller will give more discount. Not sure abt that but the place has good stuff and its very cheap.

  • poomipat sumawong

    2 months ago

    It's ok, fun to walk around and do tough bargaining. Very good bar b que, must try.

  • Naoise Golden

    7 months ago

    One of the most authentic sights from our visit to Moscow. It's a train ride of the city, which is by itself a good thing. The main entrance is mostly full of souvenir stalls for tourists (which, incidentally, are cheaper than in the city center), but beyond that you can get lost in what is a big flee market within what used to be an amusement park. The run-down park, old folks and communist memorabilia make it a very interesting place to visit and shop around.