Moscow's famous and historical Voentorg Building is located at one of the most prestigious addresses in the city.

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10 Vozdvizhenka Street

Kremlin

Red Square

St Basil's Cathedral

Bolshoi Theatre

State Kremlin Palace

Arseny Morozov’s Mansion

Pashkov house

Schusev State Museum of Architecture

The State Museum of Oriental Art

Helikon Opera

Vozdvizhenka Street stretches from the Kremlin wall

Back in the 13-14th century the street was known as “Volotsk road”, part of a trade route connecting Moscow and Veliky Novgorod. In the 17th century, Russian Tsar Alexei Mikhailovich issued a decree giving the place a new name, Smolenskaya Street. This name, however, did not last long - the Muscovites soon started to call the street after the local Krestovozdvizhensky Monastery (“the Holy Cross Monastery”).

By the middle of the 16th century through to 19th century the street was occupied by Moscow's nobles close to the tsar. The Streshnevs, the Morozovs, the Naryshkins, the Miloslavskys, and Leo Tolstoy’s grandfather prince Nikolai Volkonsky. Nikolai Volkonsky’s home on Vozdvizhenka is known to have later become the real-life model for Pierre Bezukhov’s place in ‘War and Peace’.

In Soviet times Vozdvizhenka changed its name several times: in 1935 it was named after the Comintern (‘The Communist International’), in 1946 it became Kalinin Street, and in 1963 — Kalinin Avenue. It was only in the early 1990s that Vozdvizhenka Street gained its current name.

In the second half of the 19th century the street was widened and paved with cobblestones. Horsecars and, later trams were used as local public transport. By the end of the 19th century, the area became a large construction site with multiple Art Nouveau buildings erected along its’ length.

Parking

The Voentorg building has 4 levels of the underground car park.

Public parking lots are located at levels -2, -3, -5.

Two types of payment are available:

  1. Payment upon departure, according to the time spent in the parking lot. The rate is 200 rubles per hour. An incomplete hour is paid at the cost of one hour.
  2. Subscription pass. Prices depend on the pass’s type and its validity period, and must be prepaid within 5 minutes of entering the car park.

Corporate clients parking lots are located at level -4.

Terms and conditions apply.

To pay for the public parking, please proceed to the payment terminals. There are two of them located on each level. Cash, cards, Apple / Samsung Pay, are accepted.

For subscription passes, different tariffs are available: for 1 day, 5 days, 30 days, and then for any number multiple of 5 and 30. To select this option, press the “multiplication” sign on the parking meter monitor.

The cost of the 30-day subscription pass is:

  • level -5 – 18,000 rubles
  • level -3 – 22,000 rubles
  • level -2 – 25,000 rubles

The cost of the 5-day subscription pass at levels -2, -3, -5 is 4,800 rubles.

Subscription pass for 1 day is available only at level -5. It costs 1,200 rubles.

The fine for the lost or damaged card is 3,000 rubles.

For more information, please call:
+7 (495) 697 79 49