The tour of Moscow metro (The Moscow metro looks different from subways in other European capitals. Each station has a unique and individual design. The halls are finished with marble and lit with chandeliers, walls and ceilings glitter in mosaics and stained-glass windows. No surprise it was often called “marble palaces for the people.”)
Walking tour of Moscow center. You’ll explore the central Moscow, walk around majestic Red Square, learn the story of ancient St Basil’s cathedral and take a picture of Lenin’s mausoleum. You’ll come to see the Bolshoi theatre which is home to one of the oldest and most famous ballet and opera companies in the world. Your guide will bring you to Moskvoretsky bridge, an ideal place to take in a picturesque panoramic view of Moscow Kremlin.
During the tour you’ll get a chance to go inside GUM (the most famous shop in Moscow which strikes your imagination with beautiful interior and extremely high prices) and Christ the Savior Cathedral (Majestic by its exterior and its interior Christ the Saviour Cathedral is the biggest Eastern Orthodox Church in the world)