Moscú comunista: Visita a pie por la tarde

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Moscú, Rusia

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2 horas (aprox.)
Entrada para dispositivos móviles

Descripción general

Aprende sobre la historia y las dificultades de la Unión Soviética en este recorrido a pie de dos horas por Moscú. Dirigido por un guía experto, recorra los edificios y plazas que atestiguan el tiempo de Moscú bajo el dominio soviético durante el siglo XX. Ver un memorial a los prisioneros de los campos de trabajo soviéticos; Visita la Plaza de la Revolución, escenario de la revolución rusa de 1917; y vea el antiguo edificio de la KGB y otros sitios clave mientras su guía describe la vida bajo el gobierno soviético.
  • Explore importantes puntos de referencia del Moscú comunista de la era soviética en una visita guiada a pie
  • Aprende sobre la historia política de la ciudad, desde la revolución hasta el final de la Guerra Fría.
  • Pasee por monumentos, monumentos y museos de la plaza Lubyanka
  • Ver Plaza de la Revolución y la antigua sede de la KGB.
  • El tour en grupo pequeño limitado a 20 personas asegura una experiencia personalizada.
Comience su tour en grupos pequeños cerca de la piedra Solovetsky, un monumento situado en la plaza Lubyanka en el centro de Moscú.
Conozca cómo se destaca la losa de piedra en honor de las millones de víctimas de la persecución política durante la época de la Unión Soviética. La enorme roca fue traída aquí en 1990 desde Solovki, uno de los muchos campos de trabajo operados por el régimen estalinista de los años treinta.
Mientras se para aquí, mire hacia el edificio que una vez sirvió como sede de la KGB soviética, y escuche cómo ahora alberga una sucursal del Servicio de Seguridad Federal de la Federación Rusa (FSB), la agencia de seguridad actual de Rusia.
A continuación, sigue tu guía a la Plaza de la Revolución, el escenario de batallas duras durante la Revolución Rusa de 1917. Sienta el sentido de la historia aquí y aprenda sobre otros capítulos del pasado soviético, incluidas las Grandes Purgas de Stalin entre 1934 y 1939, las prisiones de la KGB, el tenso enfrentamiento de la Guerra Fría y el Movimiento Soviético por la Libertad.
Entre caminar y hablar, vea una serie de edificios importantes como el Teatro Bolshoi, el Museo de la Revolución y el Museo Gulag, cuyas exhibiciones relatan los campos de trabajo terroríficos conocidos como 'gulags' que eran administrados por el régimen feroz de Stalin y donde más Más de 14 millones de prisioneros fueron confinados entre 1929 y 1953.
Pasee por la bulliciosa calle Tverskaya, la principal arteria de la ciudad, y vea la cafetería Sluzhebny Vhod y la tienda de comestibles Eliseevsky Gastronum, ambos retrocesos de los días del comunismo.
Después de aproximadamente dos horas, su recorrido termina en la Plaza Pushkinskaya.

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Benjamin N
, sep 2018

A very interesting tour of Moscow's different periods of time, starting from the transition from Tsarist rule to the Soviet regime and until the present days of capitalism.
The tour emphasizes the contrasts, sometimes absurd, of the use of certain areas and buildings in central Moscow, throughout different times.
What makes the tour particularly fascinating was the passion of our sharp and delightful guide, Irina, to her hometown and her sharing of her and her family's personal experiences in the extreme changing realities of life in Moscow.
The tour is highly recommended for anyone visiting Moscow!
Benjamin

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Farzana K
, jun 2018

Irina is very passionate about her country and it was really lovely to see that and hear all about the history. this tour is definitely worth attending.

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David L
, may 2018

I loved this tour! Our guide Marina was extremely personable and was able to share some interesting anecdotes about living in soviet russia. The tour was very informative and wasn't too taxing, the walking helped us stay warm in sub-zero Moscow. One of the most fascinating stories was how the government modernised the city centre in the 30s without destroying any buildings - they cut their foundations and moved whole buildings on rails, with the people still inside, to allow the creation of the wide boulevards and roads in the city today. If you're curious about early soviet history, I'd definitely recommend this tour.

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Flex V
, abr 2018

This tour starts across the KGB building and then you would walk across Moscow to find some other tourist attraction. Guide would give the history of some places where the tour went to and it was very interesting--from the history of KGB, to moving buildings for bigger streets, and to propaganda posters inside a library. Would be nicer if the weather would also cooperate. The tour is 2-hour long so it would be best if you used the toilet before beginning the tour. During our tour, it was really cold and the tour needed to stop at a cafe just so everyone could get a bathroom break. LOL

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Michael S
, nov 2017

A really cool tour, learned a lot about this history of this beautiful city

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e.bosch
, oct 2017

The guide Ana was fantastic, really good English, very interesting information, very open for all questions, not rushed at all and besides the standard places also very interesting spots which you can not find yourselves!

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Amy J
, sep 2017

This tour was really good and I just loved our guides. They were adorable, engaging, sincere and funny! I really would have loved to just have lunch with them and talk about life in Russia etc. They were inviting and personable. You could see their love for Moscow and Russia and their true desire to share their country with you. I enjoyed hearing stories about their families and how communism affected them. They also pointed nice restaurants and markets along the way we tried one of each and they were great!. The only critique is that some of the stops were not really about communism. We really enjoyed the tour and company but don't expect that all stops will be about communism only.

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David F
, sep 2017

We started out across the street from the building that was the KGB headquarters in Soviet times. Our tour guide had excellent English and a strong passion for the subject matter. She showed us a building that was being renovated and was the place where 40,000 Russians were sentenced to death. She pointed out details about the different views of Soviet times among Russians. She recommended that we go to the Museum of Contemporary History we went there the next day that was helped to complete the overview of this subject matter.

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Elisa B
, abr 2017

GREAT!! A wonderful experience trying to understand the communism in Russia with a clever and informative guide. I highly recommend

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Tim M
, nov 2016

Excellent tour! I love history and I grew up in America during the 80s during the waning days of Communism, so this interested me from a personal historical standpoint. Our guide took us around Red Square and the area and discussed the uprising that brought down Russia's last tsar and ushered in Communism, Lenin and his views of Communism that were never quite realized and Stalin's terror that cost millions of lives. She pointed our several buildings that were central to Russia's Communist government, some still in existence in a government capacity, some now converted to other uses. This tour didn't bang the drum for Communism nor did it demonize it completely impartial. Just make sure you dress warmly for the winter because it's a night tour that takes place mostly outside!


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34 91 791 8233
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Código de producto: 5807COMMUNISM

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