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Experience Moscow during this perfectly-shaped 3-day tour with your private guide! You will see all of Moscow’s top attractions from your must-see list. Historical downtown, fascinating St Basil Cathedral, the Kremlin with its sacred cathedrals and crenelated walls (please book in advance, visit not included in the cost), remote Tsar’s residence – Kolomenskoye summer estate and the ancient Novodevichy Convent, which history is closely connected with the history of Russian Grand Princes and Tsars. Immerse in local culture while visiting the Tretyakov Gallery – the largest Russian painting collection and discover Muzeon park – the park of Fallen Idols with the XX century sculptures of soviet leaders. Get yourselves familiar with Moscow's present and nearest past. This is the best way to learn about Moscow Russia in full and get familiar with people ways and habits
For visitors, Moscow can be a tricky city to navigate, but you can skip the hassle of trying to figure it out for yourself on this complrehensive guided tour. Visit the city's must-visit cultural gems, including St Basil’s Cathedral, admire its grand underground system, and visit a local's-favorite food market.
Party-loving travelers will enjoy this night out on the town in Moscow. Finish off a busy day of sightseeing with a few relaxing drinks (which may turn into a more high-energy night of dancing at a club, if you let it!) You’ll be driven around in a Soviet-era van and taken to unique, memorable bars. Don’t waste time in overpriced tourist traps with sub-standard drinks, as your local guides will only show you the best places.
An enlightened combo...
Half partying and half sightseeing, Moscow by night onboard a Soviet van is the ideal excursion for people who are keen to discover the city while having fun!
Onboard our Soviet van, you will find a minibar offering at your convenience cold water, Russian beers and Soviet champagne. Caviar toasts (on request) will also accompany you along the way. Choose your favorite Russian song on the speaker and let's go!
For the next 3 hours, you'll drive around the illuminated capital, discovering no less than 12 key sights. The van will stop 5 times for your guide to reveal the history and secrets of the major spots.
Finally, we’ll drop you off at your hotel or in a bar/club to dance till sunrise.
All food is included!
Learn about Russian culture through it's local food, join foodie enthusiasts for tasting, smelling and discovering completely new flavours!
Taste the real Russian cuisine - red (as a communist star) soup Borsch, cold (as Russian soul haha) drink Kvass, soft (as Russian snow) Siberian dumplings, cheeses of your dreams from Russian farms, super famous pirozhki - cute little pies each better than the other and famous soviet salad Herring Under Coat hiding behind the stories of revolution!:)
We walk around some of the hidden corners of Moscow in a relaxed atmosphere, at your own pace and without counting calories, locations include:
▶ Trendy Gastro Market
▶ Local dumplings restaurant
▶ Street food and drinks from Trapeznaya of a medieval Monastery
▶ Lemonade from Soviet Style shop
VEGETARIANS ARE WELCOME AS WELL
If you are allergic to some ingredients let us know, we can customise your menu:)
Hey!) I want to invite you to the funny tour around the main highlight in Moscow - metro:)
Moscow metro stations are the most beautiful in the world. If you come to Russia and won't see them – it is a crime! You will learn about secret Stalin bunkers, enjoy charming mosaics paintings, rub the nose of the famous dog and take a lot of great pictures!
I guess after this we will be pretty hungry, so we will go to one of local places to get acquainted with Russian cuisine, but don't think that this is the end. Then it is right time to find the best souvenir for you and visit our flea-market - a real treasury of Moscow!
So take all your best mood and join me on this tour;)
Discover the beauty of the Russian winter nature and get acquainted with huskies - the cutest animals from the north of Russia – by going just outside Moscow. You will take a 4-kilometer or a longer 17-kilometer ride in a snow-covered forest together with huskies who will be very glad to meet you and take you back afterwards to a cozy house with a fireplace, tea and candies. A ride will be done on sleds that you will prepare yourselves during the excursion.
You'll enjoy some traditional Russian tea and pancakes, while listening to the amazing stories of the owner of the place about her dogs.
This place is not a zoo: you will see that it is a place where once abandoned dogs feel themselves at home, where they are looked after, fed properly, where they can train and express their genuine love for people the best way they can. You are not going there to meet huskies, you are going there to be personally introduced to them, and that makes the difference.
Start with the ride in the famous Moscow Metro, stop at its most significant stations, then go to the Izmailovo with private guide to see the Kremlin. Explore biggest Russian craft flea market and get unique items and souvenirs.
Experience the vibrant architecture of Moscow during a tour of the Izmailovo Flea Market and the Izmailovo Kremlin. Brimming with museums, galleries, and regal palaces, the area is a colorful cultural hub that provides ample photo opportunities. Browse stalls selling Russian crafts, culinary specialties, and antiques, and admire the architecture of the Izmailovo Kremlin and the Tsar’s Palaces.
If you have already visited the famous Moscow Kremlin on Red Square, you should definitely go to the second Kremlin in Moscow – the Izmailovo Kremlin.
Established in 2007 as a cultural center and a marketplace the building was designed according to Russian architecture and fairytale depictions of ancient Russia.
During your tour, you will go inside the Kremlin and see the Czar’s Palace, built in accordance to the original drawings of Czar Alexei's palace of the 17th-century and Sanctifier Nikolay’s Temple – the highest acting wooden temple in Moscow.
After your excursion, you will take a scenic walk along a vast souvenir and flea market, where craftsman and painters from all over Russia gather to show and sell their works. It is the best place to find rare and unique souvenirs and gifts for your family and friends.
All the tourists who come in Moscow start from Red square and Kremlin, but one should know that our city is much bigger and more interesting that you can even think. So let's spend some time walking around non-touristic places where only locals love to go. You will see unusual architecture, hidden landmarks, graffiti and local places with delicious food.
The highlights of the tour:
* visit Artplay Design and Architecture Center;
* take a look at Moscow from unusual observe point;
* see Kitai-Gorod and Varvarka Street full of bars and small shops:
* take photos at Muzeon Art Park with countless sculptures;
* eat something delicious at the favorite by locals Danilovsky Market.
Learn to make traditional Italian pizza while in Moscow during this hands-on cooking class. Prepare a sourdough pizza alongside a guide, going through every step from stretching the dough to adding toppings to baking it to perfection. This small-group class is limited to just 10 people or fewer for a personalized experience.
See Moscow from another perspective with a cruise on the Moskva River. You'll escape the crowds of visitors as you hop aboard an elegant boat with a private guide and set off along the water, admiring views of the Kremlin, Novodevichy Convent, Cathedral of Christ the Saviour, and Moscow State University. Hear about Moscow's historical periods, and sip of cup of coffee or tea served with dessert.
Learn to eat like a true Muscovite on this foodie-led walking tour, which skips the tourist track and takes you to straight to local favorites in the Danilovsky food market. Munch on regional treats like smoked lard, red caviar, and Russian honey, and learn about the culinary heritage of the former USSR. Tours also include stops at a Soviet-era eatery, plus savory dishes from Uzbekistan and Dagestan.
Explore Moscow’s most buzz-worthy nightlife district during this guided after-hours food and drink crawl. Discover hidden hotspots only favored by locals, getting a peek at under-the-radar attractions along the way, like the former headquarters of the KGB. Tours include stops at three hip locations, plus craft beer, flavored vodka, a traditional Russian spirit, and an array of hearty local snacks.
Foodies will love this food tasting tour of Moscow. Your local guide will take you to some of the city’s top food-related points of interest, including markets, specialty shops, restaurants, and even an eatery in a 14th-century monastery (subject to opening hours). You’ll learn all about Russian food, culture, and history while sightseeing around the city.
Designed to pleasure the palates of foodies, this private tour focuses on the culture and cuisine of Moscow. Intersperse visits to historic highlights, such as Kuznetsk Bridge, the Russian State Library, and the Moscow Mayor’s House, with samples of local delicacies. Try ‘borsch’ (cold beetroot soup), ‘baklava’ (sweet pastry), and chicken schnitzel, and explore soak up the Bohemian atmosphere of Kitay Gorod, famed for its food markets and art stores. Upgrade to a longer tour and savor a delicious coffee and dessert at a hip, local coffee shop. All food samples are included.
For newcomers to the city, it can be tricky to know where to find Moscow's best eats and avoid tourist traps. This private food tour takes the guesswork out of your visit. You'll walk through the city and visit markets and specialty shops, enjoying up to 15 tastings along the way.
Check off Moscow's top sights from your list on this tour that takes you on a fast-paced walk through the city's historic center. You'll get photo ops of Red Square, St. Basil's Cathedral, Manezh Square and its red-brick arches, the towers of the Kremlin, Nikolskaya Street, and Park Zaryady. Depending on the option you select, you can also visit a cafe at Lubyanka for provided coffee and enjoy views of the city from an observation deck.
Discover Russia’s most magnificent cities Moscow and St Petersburg. Admire Moscow monuments such as the Red Square, the Kremlin, and St Basil's Cathedral. Travel by high-speed train to St Petersburg and visit St Petersburg sights including the Pushkin (Tsarskoe Selo), and the Hermitage Museum. Try traditional Russian Troyka horse ride and delicious Russian-style food.
Join us on for a thoroughly enjoyable afternoon of cycling around the green heart of Moscow. See some of the city’s most famous sights but also some of her quirky hidden gems too, such as Museon Park with its many statues of Stalin and former Russian leaders. Your local guide will lead you to some of their favourite places to relax in the city and we’ll hit a local market to try some truly authentic Russian snacks. With picturesque green spaces, pretty panoramas and tasty snacks, we can’t think of a better way to spend 3 hours in the city!
Learn about Russian cuisine by cooking it for yourself during this cooking class and market tour in Moscow. You’ll learn to make Russian classics from a skilled cook, and then sit down to enjoy the three-course meal that you prepared afterwards. This tour is suitable for everyone from beginners to experienced foodies, as many of the dishes, ingredients, and techniques used are specific to Russian cuisine.