The Arbat is one of the most famous streets in the center of Moscow. It extends for the length of about 1 km, from Arbatskaya ploschchat to Smolenskaya ploschchat. Along the way there are shops, bars and colorful houses of the merchants. There are also government offices and museums, the most important of which is the Pushkin House Museum. On a tour of Moscow, usually you go along the Arbat in order to make some purchase of some typical product Russian. The prices charged by stores in the Arbat are higher than those of the stalls, but the quality of the goods is also higher. In this large pedestrian street, where there are lot of artists and with about 10€ you can have a self-portrait or a caricature, there is also the presence of a post office where you can buy postcards and related stamps. It is a street always crowded, especially with tourists and young people. Certainly not the most important place in Moscow, but a place that is worth a quick visit.