Get to know Moscow on this 3-day private sightseeing tour for a full 6/7-hours each day.
Have a perfect start in Moscow strolling through history, exploring the city’s medieval foundations and modern life and everything that in between. You will visit Red Square which has always been a venue for markets, festivities, proclamations, parades and shows; St. Basil’s Cathedral, the GUM department store, Lenin’s tomb and bronze monument to Minin and Pozharsky. After that you will have a lunch and then proceed with the visit to The Kremlin grounds, a magnificent fortificated town on the right bank of the Moscow river, served a residence of Russian tsars and hierarchs of the Russian Orthodox Church. Our tour includes a visit to some ancient cathedrals of the Kremlin. Another highlight of the tour is Alexander Garden, the central public garden, keeps a memory of the parished in the World War II. There is a guards changing ceremony held every hour for the Unknown soldier’s memorial. Afterall you will visit the Cathedral of Christ the Saviour, and have the
Last part of the tour – Moscow Metro Tour which is the best way to discover the great cultural heritage of the Soviets and feel the heart beating of today’s Moscow life
Find out why Moscow is so different visting the various spots during driving city tour and then get acquainted with Russian history and visit one of the royal estates, Kolomenskoe. The tour includes the historical territory with the Church of the Ascention (outside), UNESCO Heritage sight and the Church of our Lady of Kazan. Besides that you will walk through the garden and orchards and have a chance to be amazed with the panorama of Moscow River.
Start the day with the main Russian art gallery visit – Tretyakov gallery. See exquisite Russian icons and paintings from the 18th and 19th centuries, including works by Rublyov, Karavak, Vishnyakov, Nikitin, Antropov, Levitsky, Brullov, Kiprensky, Savrasov, Aivazovsky, Tropinin, Fedotov, Repin, Vrubel and many others. Afterall explore the modern part of the city – Muzeon Art park with Sculptures which is
located along Moskva River embankment. You’ll come to one of Moscow’s coolest pedestrian-friendly streetscapes. The gargantuan statue of Peter the Great is out of place among the flowerbeds, fountains and street art adorning the river embankment along this stretch. For a blast from the past, stroll through Art Muzeon. This moody sculpture park is a collection of Soviet statues that were ripped from their pedestals in the post-1991 wave of anti-Soviet feeling. These discredited icons have now been joined by contemporary works, ranging from the playful to the provocative.