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Grand Kremlin Palace Tour on Oct. 30th


The Grand Kremlin Palace is the Official Residence of the President of Russian Federation which is not open to general public. Built in the 19th century to unite all the separate buildings of the tsar’s court, nowadays it hosts ceremonial state events which include official meetings and conferences with foreign dignitaries as well as inauguration ceremonies. During the tour there will be a unique chance to visit ceremonial halls as well as Faceted Chamber, one of the oldest secular buildings in Moscow.
Tour details:
Tour duration: 1, 5 hours
Tour cost for the group of 20-25 pax: 4500 Rub per person.
Passport will be needed on the day of the tour for the security check.
Photography is allowed in certain halls on mobile phones and nonprofessional cameras. Cameras with changeable lenses are better not to take.
Booking and cancellation policy:
Submit you Name/Middle name/ Family name as in your passport and Passport # 2 weeks prior the tour date.
Payment has to be made 2 weeks prior the tour date.
The tour is confirmed 3-4 days prior and day/time is subject to be changed and scheduled on another day in case of official events.
If you cancel the tour 3 days prior the tour, 50 % of the tour cost is refunded.
If you come late on the day of the tour or without passport, you will not be able to attend the tour while the tour cost is not refunded.
Sign up for the tour at bridgetomoscow@gmail.com ( Katerina)

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