Esta excursão particular de 5 horas em Moscou, incluindo a Praça Vermelha (Krasnaya Ploschad) e o Kremlin, oferece uma visão abrangente das principais atrações da capital russa. Ideal para os visitantes com pouco tempo, você poderá explorar o Kremlin, Patrimônio da Humanidade pela UNESCO, a emblemática fortaleza às margens do rio, que abriga quatro catedrais, quatro palácios e cinco praças. Além disso, na Praça Vermelha, você visitará a colorida Catedral de Kazan, a Catedral de São Basílio (Pokrovsky Sabor), o Mausoléu de Lênin e a GUM.
Excursão privada pela Praça Vermelha e pelo Kremlin em Moscou
Uma visão geral abrangente ideal para viajantes com pouco tempo
Veja a Catedral de Kazan, a Catedral de São Basílio (Pokrovsky Sabor), o Mausoléu de Lenine e o GUM na Praça Vermelha.
Visite o Kremlin, patrimônio mundial da UNESCO, sede da Catedral da Assunção e da Catedral da Anunciação
Às 10h, o seu guia cumprimenta você em sua acomodação em Moscou e fornece uma visão geral histórica da capital russa. Sua primeira parada é a Praça Vermelha (Krasnaya Ploschad), em que você entrará pelo Portão da Ressurreição antes de encher os olhos na Catedral de Kazan e a Catedral de São Basílio, ambas coroadas por uma colorida coleção de cúpulas com formato de cebola. Veja, também, a GUM, a loja de departamentos de 123 anos, e ouça a história do terrível destino do arquiteto Postnik Yakovlev, cego por Ivan, o Terrível para evitar a duplicação da beleza visual da obra. Em seguida, você fará uma curta jornada a pé até o Kremlin. Absorva vistas deslumbrantes da cidade do alto do Campanário de Ivan, o Grande, o antigo edifício mais alto da Rússia, e maravilhe-se com os designs ornamentados da Catedral da Assunção, da Catedral do Arcanjo, e da Catedral da Anunciação. Sua excursão termina no Palácio do Arsenal, um grande museu que abriga armamentos e joias russos, europeus e orientais, datados do século V ao XX.
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, mar 2019
I appreciated Tanya's expansive knowledge of the Red Square and surrounding sites. She provided great detail and even historic pictures of the sites. It was a great tour!
My tour guide Kate was AMAZING! She is super knowledgeable about the rich history and culture of Russia, she knows the ins and outs of the whole tour to escape the crowd and bring you to the local gems of Moscow. Thanks to Kate for customizing the agenda and itinerary before the tour and I had a better understanding of Russia/Moscow and thoroughly enjoyed the sights of the beautiful landmarks of Moscow! If you want to live like a local for 5 hours, try this tour!
Kate, my tour guide, knew so much about the history and architecture of Moscow, which she shared throughout our many amazing activities: visiting Lenin’s tomb, watching the Saturday horse show on the Kremlin grounds, learning how to use the metro, and eating at an authentic Georgian restaurant. I really appreciated her energy, enthusiasm, and insider’s knowledge. So worth the cost of the tour!!
Lots of time to explore the red square and the kremlin. Our guide Diana was the best. Spoke english very well and was very informed of the history. Recommend this tour to anyone that wants to maximize their time and explore the city center with a true local.
Our guide was EXCELLENT. She was friendly, full of knowledge and also spoke fluent English with clear accent. We could not believe how much we learned and experienced in just five hours. If we didn't had our guide we would have spent days figuring out what we should do. So, it is a lot cheaper to book a guide instead of getting lost in google.
My daughter and I loved our private tour of Moscow City with Julia. She was able to understand exactly what we wanted to do and see in our 5 hours with her, and guided us expertly around Red Square Lenin's tomb, St. Basel's GUM with lots of information about Russia, its history, and its culture. It was exactly what we wanted on our first day in Moscow and set us up for the remainder of our 3 day visit Thank you, Julia and Viator.
This was our third day of touring with Friendly Travel Guides, we got our monies worth on the first two and day three was the icing on the cake. Julia arrived at our hotel bang on time and we walked to the Kremlin wall to get tickets for admission to add to the Armory tickets Julia had already purchased to save us time. She explained the history and use of the buildings around the walls while we waited to join the line for Lenins tomb, then on to St.Basils which was amazing, into Gum for caviar, all the time she was pointing out things of interest throughout Red Square such as the burial place of Yuri Gagarin. A bit of a walk took us out of the square and gave us the chance to see the renovations that are taking place of old buildings before we had an included Russian lunch in an amazing restaurant that we could have spent hours in, trying things and probably putting on a few pounds!
Back to the Square by Metro and then into the Kremlin where we gazed at the wonderful architecture and marveled at the exhibits.
A long, full day full of interest and history, a lot of it off the normal tourist group map. Super.
Terry and Holly