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.
Create the perfect keepsakes of your time in Moscow on this private photoshoot tour. With a professional photographer, visit the city’s famous or lesser-known sights for picture-perfect shots. Pose by St. Basil’s Cathedral and the Kremlin, or have your photos taken at leafy parks, monuments, and panoramic viewpoints — the chosen sights can be tailored around you. Afterward, receive a full set of finished photos, including 10 professionally edited shots, as mementos.
If you are in Moscow but want to visit rural traditional Russia, that is the perfect tour of your choice. The famous Golden Ring towns of Sergiev Posad, Vladimir and Suzdal with surrounding villages can be visited on a day private drive from Moscow by car with an experienced driver. We will pick you up at your hotel early in the morning in order to start your drive to Sergiev Posad (1 hr) and then to Vladimir, Suzdal (2-3 hrs). The drive back is to start at around 6 p.m. and you are to be back in Moscow at 9-10 p.m., depending on the traffic. On the way back we will also ensure that you head back to your hotel just in time to have some late evening cocktails!
In other cities, metro stations are simply a means to an end. In Moscow, however, stations serve as magnificent museums and are characterized by mosaics, extravagant architecture, and marble columns. See the best of the Moscow Metro on a private tour of either 10 or 15 stations (depending on tour length selected). Visit the capital’s oldest station, opened in 1935, see 76 bronze figures depicting Soviet heroes, and learn about Moscow’s turbulent history. Upgrade your tour to include a traditional Russian lunch and a visit to the Moscow Metro Museum.
If you are in Moscow but want to visit rural traditional Russia, that is the perfect tour of your choice. The famous Golden Ring towns of Vladimir and Suzdal with surrounding villages can be visited on a day private tour from Moscow by train. It allows you to save a lot of time on car traffic and makes your trip absolutely smooth and perfect. We will pick you up at your hotel early in the morning to take you to the train station in Moscow. The speedy seater trains are comfortable enough, have wi-fi on board, food and drinks can be ordered. Our personnel will take care of you upon your arrival at the station where your fascinating tour will start. On the way back we will also ensure that you are met at the station in Moscow and head back to your hotel just in time to have some late evening cocktails!
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;)
This is a tour for those who would like to see the city through the eyes of locals. Stroll along the famous pedestrian Arbat street. Pass on the Gogol Boulevard and the next to the Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts. See the famous Cathedral of Christ the Saviour and explore one of the most popular places among the locals - Gorkiy Park.
I am sure all of you heard about the repressions during Stalin's period in USSR. I want to share with you very important part of our history which is still a place of many arguments. Many Russians are proud of the Second World war history because we won and made so many people free, but at the same time we have personal stories about awful conditions before/during/after the war.This tour was made not to say good or bad words about Russia but to understand this part of the history objectively.During the tour you will see:*the main prison of the Stalin's period in Moscow;*famous house of repressed people and its museum;*GULAG museum;*important monuments of Second World war;We will discuss all the stereotypes about USSR and I will tell you lots of interesting facts and stories.
Gain insight into Russian history on this half-day tour, combining Moscow’s metro with Kolomenskoye Estate. Discover the magnificent, marble-walled interiors of Moscow’s underground metro stations before embarking on a walking tour of either UNESCO World Heritage Site. See Kolomenskoye, a stunning royal estate including Ascension Church. Enjoy personal attention from your guide on this small-group tour, limited to 20 people.• Half-day tour of Moscow’s metro stations plus Kolomenskoye Estate • Admire the stunning architectural interiors of one of the world’s largest rapid transit systems• Learn about Moscow's history during Stalin's regime and the Soviet era• Guided walking tour through the Kolomenskoye Estate includes the UNESCO World Heritage-listed sights• Guaranteed skip-the-line entrance
Enjoy a full-day guided tour of beautiful Moscow. Start with a walking tour of the city center before taking a trip to the Moscow Kremlin to see its churches, monuments, and official museum, the Armory. Then, after the optional lunch, explore the highlights of the underground with a tour of the famous Moscow Metro to take you to the Arbat street at the end of the day to enjoy walking there at your leisure.This tour gives you a chance to experience all the different parts of the city in one packed, exciting day.• Red Square listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site• Picture-perfect views of St. Basil's Cathedral• Up-close views of the world-famous Bolshoi Theatre• Moscow's famously opulent underground metro system• Inside tour of the Kremlin & its official museum—the Armory• Stroll down the Arbat Street at your leisure• Guaranteed skip-the-line entrance
Moscow has preserved a lot of buildings of the XX century, which are eye-catching, extraordinary and huge. Soviet architecture reflects the spirit of the time and the might of the country. We will drive to different parts of the city where you will see the most iconic buildings of that epoch.Constructivist communal houses appeared all over the Soviet Union in the 1920s. They still exist in Moscow so you will have a chance to get an idea about them. "Stalin empire style" is a term for the architecture of the 1930s-1950s when huge,monumental buildings with orders and symbolical compositions were constructed. Seven Stalin high-rise buildings became important Moscow landmarks and you will see some of them during the tour. VDNKh area and the Monument to the Worker and the Collective Farmer are not to be missed as they are the symbols of the Soviet era.
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.
First-time visitors to Moscow shouldn’t miss the Kremlin and Red Square. See these famous sights while learning about their history and significance in Russia on a private tour. You’ll receive personalized attention from your guide, and the ability to set your own pace, so this tour is ideal for travelers with varying interests and abilities.
This exclusive walking tour combines admiring the best sights of central Moscow with the legendary Bolshoi Theatre historical tour. Visit the main Square of Russia - Red Square - the most majestic and beautiful must-see place of Moscow and enjoy the unique chance to tour the historic building of the oldest Russian Ballet and Opera theatre - Bolshoi theatre in Moscow.• Guaranteed skip-the-line entrance
Book this tour and you will have the opportunity to feel the era of the Soviet Union, to visit the real bunker of Stalin. Also, a professional guide will tell you about the crucial and important points of the Cold War. At the end of the tour you will find a performance and a buffet with a vodka tasting.
People all around the world heard a lot about USSR, Stalin and Lenin. If you are interested in history it is exactly for you. I will take you to the metro stations that were built during Stalin's time. We will take a look at still scary and magnificent Lenin's body. We will explore lost in time soviet propaganda park where some artifacts were just found after 50 years of being lost. We will even take a photo of KGB and understand how people disappeared that time and where they have been after.Let's count all Stalin's skyscrapers and go inside one of them to be fully amazed of that beauty and the decoration abundance. Be ready for a long and unforgettable day!Your memory-list:Red SquareLenin's mausoleum KGBSculpture parkMetro tourStalin skyscrapersSoviet traditional lunchVDNH park***we can book Bunker-42 (the tickets are not incuded)*** Please choose one museum for the tour:GULAG museum/The museum of soviet arcade machines/Second World war museum and Poklonaya hill
We invite you to take an amazing journey to the Moscow underground – one of the most beautiful undergrounds in the world. For us the underground plays many roles – it’s a museum, a music hall, a former tool of Soviet propaganda, a bunker and even a place, which some belief is haunted. We will track the Russian history through the gorgeous mosaic panels, relieves and stained glass windows. Also, we will talk about the changes in the political course of USSR reflected in the image of the Moscow underground. Apart from that, we will be happy to share a lot of breathtaking stories. Did you know why our underground is so deep? How many children were born there? How are the neighboring countries portrayed? What do we know about the secret line “Metro 2”? Where does metro have its own library? On what line does the ghost train run according to local legends? We will find out of all that and see the vivid everyday picture of Moscow life.
Explore the most iconic sights connected to Moscow’s Soviet history. This "Back to USSR" tour is ideal for history buffs and travelers short on time, we will come close to to one of the Stalin's Seven Sisters, visit the Lenin's Mausoleum (if it is open the day of the tour), see a memorial to Soviet labor camp prisoners; visit Revolution Square, scene of the 1917 Russian Revolution; and view the former KGB building and other key sites while your guide describes life under Soviet rule and different opinions on communism. Absorb the grandeur of the Moscow Metro stations built in 1935 -1954 , visit the Memorial Museum of Cosmonautics, and marvel at 50 pavilions representing former Soviet republics at the Exhibition of Achievements of National Economy (VDNKh)Enjoy a break for a traditional Russian lunch (own expense). Your tour concludes with a visit to Bunker 42, a former secret Soviet hideout, before drop-off at your accommodation or somewhere downtown.
Visit Arbat, Moscow's most famous pedestrian street, in the company of a guide who can point out the most historic sites, as well as the best cafes still serving delicious fare. This tour also takes you off the beaten path and down some of Arbat's side streets to discover some of Moscow's lesser-known histories.
Delve into the fascinating history of Stalin’s Skyscrapers, also known as the Seven Sisters, on a private tour of Moscow, ideal for travelers interested in Soviet history. With a private guide, you’ll visit all seven of the famous buildings, which function as the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Kudrinskaya Square Building, plus more. Hotel pickup and drop-off are included.
Skip the predictability of the standard guided tours by exploring Moscow like a local on this private walking tour that is customized for a unique experience. Go off the beaten path to gems missed by most tourists, such as the elegant Pashkov House, and indulge in included coffee and dessert.
The Moscow Metro, also known as the People's Palace, is believed to be the most beautiful in the world and no wonder: hundrends of stations, dozens of which would compete with palaces and museums in their magnificent architecture and staggering diversity. And it also serves as a sort of museum of Russian history. Our guides will show you the most incredible stations and tell everything about the history of Moscow Metro, all its legends and secrets and that will make you be all ears. We promise it would not be just dry lecture but a good story well put.⠀• 2-hour Moscow Metro tour with a friendly expert local guide⠀• The most fascinating stations in such architectural styles as grandest art deco, Stalin's Empire style and avant-garde⠀• Amazing history of Moscow subway from 1935 and up to now⠀• The famous bronze dog whose nose you can rub to get some good luck to the rest of your trip :)
Book this private Сristmas tour and you will see the capital of Russia - Moscow. You will visit to Moscow Kremlin? Red Square, Cathedral of St Basil's.you walk along the elegant winter streets of the center of Moscow
Explore Moscow's cathedrals on a private, 3-hour walking tour to some of the city's most beautiful and significant sites, including Christ the Savior Cathedral, Novodevichy Convent, and Church of St. Clement. See architectural details like ceramic tiles as you learn about the history of these religious attractions, as well as the history of greater Russia, traditions, and culture. Enjoy the flexibility of choosing your own start time and customizing your itinerary.