Get an in-depth look at the Moscow Kremlin on a private walking tour that covers several of the features of this UNESCO World Heritage Site. As you explore the Armoury, the Diamond Fund (Almazny Fond), and the cathedrals (depending on the option you select when booking), you'll gain insight into Russia's history. Artifacts you'll see include jewels, weapons, crowns, royal carriages, and Fabergé eggs.
Kuznetsky Most - one of the most atmospheric streets in Moscow, appeared in antiquity, and it was named directly on the bridge over the Neglinka River and on the settlement of blacksmithing craftsmen, which was located next to the Cannon Courtyard.Our walk will take place exactly where the Kuznetsk bridge was, which gave the name to our street. The charm of the "dominance of French mods" is still preserved here, but the history of this place is much older. And it is connected, along with others, with the name of Artemy Petrovich Volynsky.
In continuation of the 4-hour New Year's bus excursion - “Lights of New Year's Moscow” - we:We will drive along New Year's Tverskaya Street - the main street of Moscow;We will see Tverskaya and Nikitsky boulevards strewn with New Year's lights;Enjoy the beauty of the New Year's fabulous Red Square and the New Year tree established here;Take a walk around the Cathedral of Christ the Savior and marvel at the beauty of the New Year tree standing near the temple;We will admire the Novodevichy Convent from the windows of our bus;We will enjoy the beauty of New Year's Moscow from the steep of the Sparrow Hills.
Visit three opulent highlights of Moscow’s Kremlin — Assumption Cathedral, Armory Chamber and Diamond Fund Exhibition - on a 5-hour morning walking tour! After entering at the earliest admission time to avoid the lines that appear later in the day, immerse yourself in a world of diamonds, gilded décor and intrigue while learning all about the Russian tsars, empresses and presidents who have resided at the iconic Moscow monument.• 5-hour Kremlin tour including the Assumption Cathedral of Kremlin Grounds, Armory Chamber, Diamond Fund Exhibition• Learn about the Kremlin’s history and hear tales of the Russian tsars• Gaze in awe at the opulence of the Armory with its collection of impressive Imperial weapons• Visit the Diamond Fund Exhibition to see the Crown of the Russian Empire alongside other dazzling jewels• Walk around the colorful Assumption Cathedral and hear of the countless coronations that once took place inside• Guaranteed skip-the-line entrance
The mighty Russian capital illuminated is a memorable sight. Magnificent golden cupolas of Orthodox churches stand next to grand palaces and imposing Stalinist façades on the banks of the Moskva River. Hear stories and explore Moscow with a local guide. Visit an exclusive height and see incredibly stunning views that open from anywhere in Europe's highest located observation deck - 85th floor of OKO Tower in Moscow city.• Guaranteed skip-the-line entrance
Recall 18th-and 19th-century imperial Russia on this private trip to the Archangelskoe Palace and Park from Moscow. With your guide, travel to this country estate to discover its highlights and grounds, once dubbed the ‘Russian Versailles.’ Visit the art-filled Yusupov Palace, once an epicenter of high society, and explore the gardens of sculptures, terraces, and pavilions as you learn about the nobles who resided here. Entrance fees and hotel pickup and drop-off included.
Enjoy a private walking tour of Russia's capital city, with a visit to both the Kremlin and Red Square. An expert tour guide leads you through Moscow's center, sharing stories about its fascinating history as you go. Wander through the mythical medieval fortress known as the Kremlin and marvel at the churches in Cathedral Square, then continue to Red Square to experience one of the city's most photographed sights: St. Basil's. Later, visit a former KGB headquarters and get insider tips from your guide on places to eat, drink, and explore.
See Moscow from the water on a private boat cruise along the Moskva River. Learn about Moscow history as you navigate past the Kremlin, the Peter the Great Statue, and several historic bridges, then walk to Gorky Park for coffee at an atmospheric café.
Moscow is at its most alluring around Christmas time when the city is awash in festive lights. It can be difficult to know where to find the best markets and the best stalls selling gingerbread, mulled wine, and more. This private tour takes the guesswork out of your trip and lets you enjoy seasonal treats, street performances, and light installations.
Not many tours take you privately to the Memorial Museum of Cosmonautics and the VDNKh. This Russian private tour does, and takes just you and your group, so you can get the attention from your guide you’d like. Hear about the US-Russian Space Race, the Cold War, and other events. Perfect for families—you'll see space suits and life-sized rockets kids love. Plus, your tour comes with included transport by Metro.
Discover Moscow’s top sights and hidden corners on a private panoramic sightseeing tour. Drive around avenues, monuments, gardens, and squares, admiring highlights including Red Square, the Bolshoi, and Tverskaya Street as you uncover the city’s history. Explore the Kitai-Gorod quarter, see Novodevichy Convent and Victory Park, and take photos from Sparrow Hill and lesser-known spots like bridges and parks. Private transport with a guide and driver, plus central hotel pickup and optional drop-off included.
This private half-day tour of Moscow, including Red Square (Krasnaya Ploschad) and the Kremlin, offers a comprehensive overview of the Russian capital’s top attractions. Ideal for visitors short on time, you’ll explore the UNESCO-listed Kremlin, the iconic riverside fortress home to four cathedrals, four palaces, and five squares. Plus, in Red Square, you’ll visit the colorful Kazan’s Cathedral, St. Basil’s Cathedral (Pokrovsky Sabor), Lenin’s Mausoleum, and the GUM.
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.
Visiting Ostankino Tower is a perfect way to have a lively time and to get an unforgettable experience with thу professional guide. Built in 1967 upon the project of Soviet engineer Nikitin N.V., Ostankino Tower, reaching the height of 540 meters, it became an architectural and engineering milestone of its time. Ostankino Tower, being created for transmission of television and radio signals to new distances, remains of key importance up to present days. Nowadays, Ostankino Tower is a part of the Branch of Russian Television and Radio Broadcasting Network, the leading Russian telecommunication agency.Rise at observation deck located at height of 337 meters with an exciting panoramic city 360 view and try to find all landmark buildings of Moscow city, the guide will talk about.
Discover the history of the Moscow Kremlin as well as it's legends and secrets!During the tour you'll visit all Moscow must see's tourist attractions. We'll start from the Square of Resurrection and drop a coin at the Zero kilometre in front of the Iberian Champal as a tradition supposes. In the Alexander Garden we'll go deeper into Russian history as the Garden is rich in monuments made in order to commemorate the most important dates of the Russian past.Through one the 20 towers of the Moscow Kremlin we'll enter inside it. You'll learn how the Kremlin was developing and which role it plays in the modern Russia. You'll visit from inside three main and the most holy Kremlin Cathidrals. Moreover, you'll get to known how Russian tzars lived and reined within the Kremlin walls. Tzars' places as well as the Tzar Canon and the Tzar Bell will certainly impress you.The tour will finish on Red Square where you'll definitely fall in love with Russia's iconic Saint Basil's Cathedral.
This fun and interactive private walking tour of Moscow is an ideal introduction to the Russian capital. Your guide will take you to both the must-see attractions and the lesser-known areas that only locals know about. As this is a private tour you’ll be able to ask your guide questions and hear stories of life in the city from an insider’s perspective. An ideal trip for travelers who like walking.
This private tour by car is a result of a long and rich experience - we included the most magnificent places, built the shortest routes and time planned this tour so that you'd see Moscow at the best time possible - sunset. We'll start while the sun will still be in the sky and you'll be observing the beautiful Moscow sights in different colors and shades of light during sunset. Let's get into details!We'll start with Tsaritsyno sanctuary to show you the architectural ambitions of Russian Tsars and see the most famous Tsaritsyno musical fountain. Then we'll proceed to the main Cathedral of Russia - the Cathedral of Christ the Savior. Alongside with the Patriarchy pedestrian bridge it makes one of the most iconic places of the city.The next point will be Krasnopresnenskaya embankment from which you'll see a mixture of Stalinist and modern city architecture and get to know the legend of the place.After that, Lomonosov MSU and Sparrow hills view point will finalize the experience!
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 WELLIf you are allergic to some ingredients let us know, we can customise your menu:)
Make the most of a layover in Moscow by leaving the airport and seeing some of the sights. Your itinerary can be fully customized to suit the amount of time you have before your flight. Tours are fun and interactive, with friendly guides who will tell you funny stories about Moscow, give you the chance to talk to locals, and help you see the city from a Russian perspective.
We bet Kremlin is the first thing people come up with when people raise the topic of Moscow sights. We can tell for sure - this is one of stereotypes we support. Indeed, you won't find a better place to explore the beauty and scale of Russian architecture, understand the role of religion in Russian people's lives and how much attention we pay to wars here. ⠀ Here is what we offer:• this tour will only take 3 hours (there will be a possibility to extend it on the go)• you'll see Alexander's garden and Kremlin from the inside (and all the cathedrals, for sure) • the admission fees are included in the price• all our guides are local so you'll be able to ask them anything about life in Russia• being local, our guides are licenced professionals ⠀ We'll take care of your time in Moscow - your comfort and bright impressions are our top priorities.
The main sights of Moscow are all located along Moscow river. As the city is notorious for its traffic jams and cold nasty climate, our cruise & guided tour presents a unique opportunity to see Kremlin, Christ the Savior Cathedral, Moscow State University, Luzhniki Olympic stadium and many other sights in just a couple of hours being on board of a new comfortable cruise ship. Moscow river cruises are also unique as they are available even in winter time when the river is covered with ice. It is always warm inside, the restaurant is one of the best in Moscow, live music is often on. However, our tour guide will not let you miss any of the great sights you are passing by!.. Even if you do not want to get our to the upper deck, you can take photos from inside through the great panoramic glass windows. Enjoy!
When you think you've seen all there is to see of the Russian capital, make sure you don't miss the incredible Pushkin Museum of Art. The museum stores approximately 700,000 artifacts from many periods across history, including Ancient Egypt, Ancient Greece and spanning until the beginning of the 21st century. The museum houses famous artworks by artists such as Picasso, Matisse, Cezanne and Van Gogh. It is also a popular venue for contemporary exhibitions, both Russian and international.On this private tour with an experienced guide, you will benefit from Skip-the-Line access and the vast knowledge of your guide. You will learn about the museum's history from its opening up until the present day, as well as interesting facts, for example: did you know that between 1941 and 1944 the entire collection of the musuem was evacuated to Novosibirsk and Solikamsk? Find out more on this brilliant tour.
Be ready to listen to the historical facts, discuss local life and differences in culture, try traditional Russian cuisine and get inspired of gorgeous view points.Day-1Arbat streetThe Ministry of Foreign AffairsChrist the Saviour cathedralPatriarch Bridge with panoramic views of KremlinRed October modern clusterSculpture parkThe monument of Peter the GreatThe embankment of Moscow riverGorkiy parkSparrow hillsIzmailovo flea marketDay-2Lenin's mausoleumAlexander gardenRed SquareSt. Basils cathedral (tickets are not included)Kazanskiy cathedralGUMNikolskaya streetZarydie parkKGBLuybankaClean pondsAncient Tea HouseDay 3Metro tourTverskaya streetEliseev StoreKamergenskiy lineVDNH exhibition parkThe tour itinerary is flexible!We can include the following places:*Bunker-42*GULAG/Space/Second World war museum*Tretyakov gallery*Ostankino tower.The tickets are not included, please inform us in advance if you want to visit any of these places.
Delve into the opulent depths of Moscow’s Kremlin, the iconic former residence of Russian emperors, on a comprehensive 3-hour tour of three of its architectural highlights. Use your priority-access-pass to enter at the earliest admission time and immerse yourself in a glittering wonderland of diamonds and resplendent decor. Listen to illuminating commentary delivered by an expert guide as you marvel at the Armory, the Assumption Cathedral and the Diamond Fund Exhibition on this incredible tour.