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.
Driving Tour Around Moscow Touring the city by car lets you see the modern Moscow as well as the historic center, including a visit to the Christ the Savior cathedral, the Victory Park and Sparrow Hills, with a wonderful view of Moscow from the highest point in the city.
Manezh square, History museum, the Kremlin
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.)
Novodevichy Convent Probably the best-known cloister in Moscow and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. A unique example of Moscow baroque architecture, it was a place of exile for many women from the Russian royal families.
Close to the convent is Novodevichy Cemetery, the final resting place of some of the most famous people in Russian history, including the writers Nikolai Gogol and Anton Chekhov, former Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev, and Raisa Gorbachev (wife of the last Communist ruler of Russia), Boris Yeltsin and Mstislav Rostropovich.
Panoramic view of the Kremlin
The Tretyakov Gallery With the largest collection of Russian art in the world, the gallery is a wonderful way of seeing the culture of Russia develop through its art.
Victory park is a memorial complex dedicated to Russia’s victory over Nazi Germany. Its numerous attractions include WWII museum, Holocaust memorial synagogue, an open-air Weaponry and Fortification Exposition, 141-meter tall Victory obelisk crowned with a statue of Nike.
WW II museum gives you a chance to learn the World War II history from Russian prospective. The museum features very impressive dioramas depicting major battles during the war.