Numbers are limited to 25 on this small-group walking tour, ensuring you’ll enjoy personalized attention from your guide
- 1.5-hour small-group tour of the Moscow Kremlin
- Admire the Senate Palace and the Grand Kremlin Palace
- Visit Cathedral Square including Assumption Cathedral and Archangel Cathedral
- See the enormous Tsar Bell and Tsar Cannon, each made of bronze
- Learn about Russian tsars and emperors from your knowledgeable guide
- Small-group tour limited to 25 people ensures a personalized experience
What You Can Expect
Great tour guide Olaf (not sure of the spelling). Very resourceful and passionate person. He offered lots of ver useful information about different historical topics about Russia. Pleasant and very decent too. The tour itself was lovely covering the most important parts of Moscow. Thanks
Very intersting tour, well worthwhile
Brilliant! Our guide was fantastic! She was also very helpful in recommending places to eat and visit outside the tour!!
Really enjoyed this tour. Just enough people to make it fun - but also very personal. Elena - our guide - was excellent. Really knowledgeable and clearly loved her job - which made it even more enjoyable for us. Great afternoon. Would highly recommend this tour.
very good - five stars
Perfect intro tour. Our guide was terrific. Great English, loads of history, and surprises inside the Kremlin walls... Worthwhile tour. A must for photographers.
This was fantastic -- the tour guide (Elena, I believe) was absolutely phenomenal. She made the entire experience quite a blast.
excellent, the guide was informative and patient
We enjoyed the tour guide, she was animated and knowledgable .
We had an informed tour of the Kremlin.
I have an important, objective improvement to suggest:
When assembling for a tour could an address such as 1 Main Street be used instead of at the Kutafya Tower ( as an example). We have taken many tours with VIATOR and this is not the first time we have experienced difficulty locating the guide. In fact in Venice in 2010 we missed a tour completely due to this confusion.Another suggestion the guide could have an umbrella of a certain colour.
However, the generalized area at the specified tower at the Kremlin is a very large place, with the entrance actually on the lower level. The tour guide wound up actually at street level between the tower and the stairway to the lower level. A more precise location for meeting up is recommended, as well as a VIATOR or some other flag or placard or something on the tour guide to allow easier recognition. . . . such as "in front of the ticket offices on the lower level."