Tsaritsyno is a reserve in the southern part of Moscow, a unique historical, natural and architectural ensemble with a palace and park complex dating back to the second half of the 18th century. Presently, this major park within the boundaries of Moscow (with an area of almost 400 ha) is one of the most-loved attractions in Moscow for tourists as well as Muscovites. Tsaritsyno Park is neighboured by Biryulevsky Arboretum, boasting some rare species of trees and bushes. The Tsaritsyno architectural monuments are ranked among the world’s major attractions, and large-scale expositions presented in the museum reserve will immerse you in the spirit of the 18th century. The palace and adjacent facilities are in a neo-gothic fantasy style, imitating the architecture of medieval catholic cathedrals of the 13th–15th centuries.