Hit up many of Moscow’s top attractions all in two days during this private tour where your guide meets you right in your hotel lobby with a personalized itinerary. Along with visiting Kolomenskoye Museum and Reserve or Tsaritsino Park, see St. Basil’s Cathedral in Red Square, the Kremlin and its cathedrals, and old town Moscow. Plus, your guide knows the best ways around the city so you can fit as much into your two days as possible.
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.
We will meet you in the hotel and proceed to the Red Square - one of the most iconic Russian sights, filled with history and magnificent beauty. We will see traditional Russian churches with their onion domes and walk inside some of them to see how unique is the architecture of them, how people pray, for these churches are still in use! We will walk through a great glass gallery of a ~130 years old shopping mall GUM. See the famous tomb of the first Russian communist leader - Lenin. And of course - Saint Basil's cathedral. Hear the story about Ivan the Terrible and how he blinded the architects of the cathedral, because he didn't want them to repeat the stunning beauty of the masterpiece!Walk through a modern wonder of Zaryadie park, stop for a Russian lunch in the best cafe/restaurant of Moscow. Walk to the walls of Kremlin. Hear the stories about it's towers, see the change of guards and an eternal flame - a wonderful and scary memorial to the victims of WWII.And more:)
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.
Save your time and energy skipping the long queues for the tickets to the two most important museums of Moscow. Explore the Kremlin and the Armoury Chamber at your own pace after a 30-minute outside introduction tour.Meet your tour guide under the Trinity Bridge close to the ticket office of the Kremlin in Alexander Garden.After a short introduction tour, at the entrance to the Kremlin Museum, your guide will give you tickets to the Kremlin and the Armoury museum and an information booklet in English. You will receive all the necessary explanations about what is included in your ticket, where to go, and what to see in the Kremlin and the Armoury. Your guide will also share some secrets about the main attractions of Moscow. Then take your time and explore the museums at your own pace. Gain insight into Russian heritage and culture, and have the chance to get some great photos at this UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Ruble. Royal road. You will learn:how, in the modern Rublevo-Uspensky highway, Tsar Ivan the Terrible rode on a falconry;how the first kings of the Romanov dynasty, Mikhail Fedorovich and Alexei Mikhailovich, and then Peter the Great and Catherine the Great, made the pilgrimage on foot to the Savvino-Storozhevsky monastery in Zvenigorod.why was the road considered "royal"? At the end of the 18th century, they began to build estates in which 16 princely and 4 count clans settled. Here are some of them: the Yusupovs, Shuvalovs and Golitsyns.
Check out more than 20 of Moscow's must-see sights on this private tour that provides an introduction to the city's culture and history. Visit attractions such as Red Square, St. Basil's Cathedral, Sparrow Hills, Victory Park, and Moscow State University with a private guide who helps you gain insight into both major landmarks and off-the-beaten-path locations.
Ride the metro like a local and enjoy a personalized itinerary on this Moscow metro tour. Meet your guide at your hotel and make your way underground. Learn about the history of the metro system and admire the intricate design, including the futurist architecture at the Mayakovskaya station. Hear stories about each station and choose to add additional stations to your tour.
On this tour we will see all the main must see sights and also some of the off the beaten path places of Moscow.We are experienced guides with degrees in art-history, we love our city and always ready to discover new about it.We know the best cafes and restaurants of Moscow. We can always recommend what to do after the tour: best museums, cafes, bars, clubs, etc.Our priority is the best personal experience always. We are more than just tour guides, we are your friends in a new city:))We are ready to customise our tours according to your wishes.Please, note that it's a walking tour (we will take public transport or taxis from time to time), so if you would like this tour to be on a car, please, notify us in advance and we can organise a car for the tour, as well:))
Cover almost a thousand years of Russian history and get in-depth background on the country’s turbulent history on this two-for-one guided tour, with covers both the legendary Kremlin and the 12th-century Assumption Cathedral—the oldest building in Moscow. Tours include an informative group guide and headphones to guarantee you don’t miss a word.
Explore central Moscow on foot on this private 4-hour tour and learn about its imperial and Soviet past. As you walk and sightsee, hear about Moscow’s history and view highlights such as St. Basil’s Cathedral, the GUM shopping arcade, and the city’s renaissance, baroque, and art nouveau architecture. Choose from two options: to explore Red Square and the historical Kitay-Gorod district, or to see Red Square before joining a 1-hour tour of the Bolshoi Theater.
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.
Explore two of Russia’s most important cities, Moscow and St. Petersburg, on this 2-day private tour. Visit famous landmarks such as the Kazan Cathedral, Anichkov Palace, Nevsky Prospect, Red Square, St. Basil’s Cathedral, the Kremlin, and much more. Learn about the history of Russia as you explore the monuments and customize the itinerary based on your preferences with your private guide.
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.
Make the most of a day in St. Petersburg on this full-day tour from Moscow via train. Travel by high-speed rail and meet your guide at the station in St. Petersburg. Head out in an air-conditioned vehicle for a private tour of the city. Skip the lines and visit the Hermitage Museum and the Church on the Spilled Blood. Take a boat ride through the canals and rivers of the city.
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.
Benefit from personalized attention and a flexible itinerary during this private tour of Moscow's highlights over the course of three days. Booking ahead helps you avoid sold-out days at the Kremlin and the Armory, where tickets often sell out months in advance during the months of April through October. Each day includes a 5-hour tour with a private guide and transportation, covering the city's highlights but still giving you time to explore on your own.
Hit the secret nuclear bunker of the the Cold War times in the center of Moscow!Feel the atmosphere of the Cold War, find out what life was like at a secret underground bunker... and launch an intercontinental ballistic missile! In the heart of Moscow, at a depth of 65 meters, there is a real monument of the Cold War - a huge secret bunker of the Ministry of Defense of the USSR. It was designed in the 50s, could protect 500 people in case of a nuclear attack and support them for a month.
Experience the exhilaration of shooting a Kalashnikov (AK-47) assault rifle during an adrenaline-fuelled 2-hour shooting experience in Moscow. Visit the renowned Central Shooting Club to fire Moscow-made weaponry in an authentic Russian Army shooting range. Opt to purchase more bullets if you wish to continue taking aim and keep your bullet-ridden target as a special souvenir of your unique experience. Receive direction from an expert instructor throughout your experience, for which no prior experience is necessary.
It's a customisable tour. Depending on how much time you have got between flights we will tailor the tour according to your interests and time. We will pick you up from the airport and will take you back at the end of the tour. We will show all the main sights of Moscow. If you want to see something specific, just tell us and we will try to include it in the tour.
Explore the Red Square and its amazing buildings on a guided tour: from the GUM department store to Lenin's Mausoleum, walking along the Kremlin walls and the State Historical Museum. More than that, you will be able to visit one of the most significant symbols of Russia - The Saint Basil's Cathedral.Your tour will start with a walk along the walls of Kremlin from the State Historical Museum to the famous Lenin’s Mausoleum.The big red wall surrounds the Red Square from one side, and from the other side it is surrounded by the Russian national heritage, which is GUM department store – a stunning building where the worldwide-known luxurious brands have their boutiques.You will then see the St. Basil Cathedral – a symbolic place for all Russians. You will have a great possibility to explore the true story of Basil, blessed of Moscow, under whose name this extraordinary monument is known worldwide nowadays.
If you’re short on time in Moscow, enhance your sightseeing experience of the Russian capital on a private sightseeing tour. Tick off Red Square (Krasnaya Ploschad), Moscow’s UNESCO-listed central square, the colorful Kazan Cathedral and St. Basil’s Cathedral (Pokrovsky Sabor), and Kitay Gorod, filled with Bohemian markets and art stores. Purchase a drink in a fashionable Gorky Park bar and let your guide capture fantastic photographs outside of iconic attractions.
Today you will join the Bolshoi Theatre historical tour - 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