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Moscow in 1 day

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A one-day tour of Moscow is a great way to get a glimpse of the history and architectural heritage of the Russian capital. Our tour includes Red Square, the heart of Russia, and a chance to see the ancient residences of Russian rulers, now used for presidential and state occasions. You can make a wish to return at ‘Kilometer Zero’, see the beautiful stations on the Moscow Metro, and get many useful tips from your Moscow tour guide to help you navigate the city on your own.

St Basil's cathedral
St Basil's cathedral


The itinerary


 Moscow Metro Tour with many beautiful examples of Soviet realist art, most of the stations are little museums featuring sculptures and mosaics which celebrate the glories of the Soviet period.

Walking Tour of Moscow Center Including Tverskaya Street, the Bolshoi Theatre, the former KGB building, and Alexander's Gardens.

Red Square The sights here include the elaborate bright-domed beauty of Saint Basil's Cathedral, monument to Minin and Pozharsky, the world-famous Gum department store, and Lenin's tomb.

The Kremlin of Moscow  An ancient city and citadel, the former residence of Russian tsars and Soviet rulers is still used today. We visit the three unique cathedrals built in the 15th and 16th centuries.
(Please note that a visit to the Armory Chamber and the Diamond Fund is not included in the tour price. It can be added upon request.)

Arbat street An atmospheric pedestrian street in Moscow, it’s a place to listen to street music, to eat dinner and to buy a gift or two in one of its numerous shops.


Manezh square, History museum, the Kremlin
Manezh square, History museum, the Kremlin


Tour duration: 6-7 hours
Tour cost: 150 EUR
Additional expenses: The Kremlin admission fees, Metro card


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