Moscow Tours

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Moscow Day Tour:

Start your tour visiting New Maidens Convent Monastery, important attraction in Russia, then move to explore the Red Square, the most famous square in Moscow, surrounded by amazing attractions. Explore Saint Basil’s Cathedral, one of the most famous pieces of architecture in the world - next tour to Lenin's Mausoleum. Walk through the Moscow Kremlin, the President’s Residence that was built as a fortress in the 12th century. Discover inside Armoury Chamber the unique treasures from the 12th century till 1917. Then take a tour in the wonderful Moscow Metro, finally visit the Tretyakov Gallery which includes 62 rooms and 100.000 works of Russia paintings from 10th till 19th centuries.

 

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New Maidens Convent:

 An important Moscow attraction is the Novodevichy Convent, which is also known as the New Maidens Convent and the Boroditse-Smolensky Monastery. The Novodevichy Convent is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is linked with Russia's historic, cultural, and religious development.

 

The Red Square: Moscow's and Russia's main square, surrounding the square are the Kremlin with its Nikolskaya and Spasskaya Towers overlooking the square., the State Historical Museum, GUM department store, Saint Basil's Cathedral, Lenin's Mausoleum, and a part of the Kremlin Wall.

 

Saint Basil’s Cathedral:

In 1552 Ivan the Terrible captured the Tatar stronghold of Kazan on the Feast of Intercession. He commissioned this landmark church, officially the Intercession Cathedral, to commemorate the victory, created from 1555 to 1561. The Church includes colors, patterns and shapes of a style that is unique to Russian architecture.

 

Lenin's Mausoleum:

One of Moscow’s most macabre attractions and perhaps the most famous “modern mummy” in the world. Lenin’s Tomb (a red granite and black step-pyramid). Line up at the western corner of the square (near the entrance to Alexander Garden).

 

The Moscow Kremlin: walking tour involves the extensive Kremlin grounds with the Cathedral Square as its focal point.

Built as a fortress in the 12th century, the Kremlin is an official residence of the President of the Russian Federation and the President's office.

 

Armoury Chamber:

The Armoury Chamber is a unique treasury-museum displaying the wealth accumulated by Russian rulers from the 12th century till the October revolution of 1917.

 

Moscow Metro:

Visits to inspiring metro stations of the Stalin's era: Revolution Square, Komsomolskaya, Novoslobodskaya, Mayakovskaya.

 

The State Tretyakov Gallery:

Pavel Tretyakov, the founder of the museum opened his private gallery to the public in 1881. In 1918 the gallery was transferred into the hands of the state, and received its present name. The gallery has 62 rooms and 100,000 works charting the development of Russian painting from the 10th to the end of the 19th Century.

 

Red Square and Moscow Kremlin:

Today you are ing to visit the Red Square which is a truly fascinating place you will never forget, explore Saint Basil’s Cathedral, considered a defining Symbol of Moscow, and more. Walk through the Kremlin, built as a fortress in the 12th century, and now is an official residence of the President of the Russian Federation and the President's office, your walking tour involves the extensive Kremlin grounds with the Cathedral Square as its focal point, along the way, visit the Assumption Cathedral which is the oldest church in the Kremlin.

 

More info about the sites you are ing to visit:

The Red Square: Moscow's and Russia's main square, surrounding the square are the Kremlin with its Nikolskaya and Spasskaya Towers overlooking the square., the State Historical Museum, GUM department store, Saint Basil's Cathedral, Lenin's Mausoleum, and a part of the Kremlin Wall.

 

Saint Basil’s Cathedral:

In 1552 Ivan the Terrible captured the Tatar stronghold of Kazan on the Feast of Intercession. He commissioned this landmark church, officially the Intercession Cathedral, to commemorate the victory, created from 1555 to 1561. The Church includes colors, patterns and shapes of a style that is unique to Russian architecture.

 

Moscow Kremlin:

Built as a fortress in the 12th century, the Kremlin is an official residence of the President of the Russian Federation and the President's office.

 

Cathedral Square:

The central square of the Moscow Kremlin, The Square owes its name to the three cathedrals facing it - Cathedral of the Dormition, Cathedral of the Archangel, and Cathedral of the Annunciation.

 

Assumption Cathedral:

The oldest church in the Kremlin and also the most important, the cathedral had for many centuries served as Russia's state and ritual center.

 

Old Moscow Districts Private Walking Tour:

Stat your tour visiting the oldest and most interesting district of Moscow, known as Zamoskvorechye, a beautiful ancient neighborhood in the heart of Moscow, near the Red Square and the Kremlin. Move to the Bolotnaya Square, and from the Bolshoy Moskvoretsky Bridge you'll be able to see a fascinating panoramic view of Moscow. Explore the Red Square, the main square in the city. Explore Saint Basil’s Cathedral, one of the most famous pieces of architecture in the world, and the Kremlin, the official residence of the President. Then explore GUM, the country's iconic department store and Moscow's No. 1 shop. Discover the beauty of Alexander's Garden, the first public park in Moscow. Then visit the Cathedral of Christ the Savior, the largest Orthodox Church in the world, built in the 19th century to commemorate Russia’s victory over Napoleon. Walk through The Boulevard Ring which is an established pedestrian zone and Moscow’s longest. Visit Arbat Street which is the most popular street among tourists, about one kilometer long in the historical centre of Moscow.

 

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Zamoskyorechye:

A beautiful ancient neighborhood in the heart of Moscow, near the Red Square and the Kremlin.

 

Bolshoy Moskvoretsky Bridge:

A big bridge (40 meters long) over the Moscow River where you can enjoy a panoramic view of Moscow.

 

The Red Square: Moscow's and Russia's main square, surrounding the square are the Kremlin with its Nikolskaya and Spasskaya Towers overlooking the square., the State Historical Museum, GUM department store, Saint Basil's Cathedral, Lenin's Mausoleum, and a part of the Kremlin Wall.

 

Saint Basil’s Cathedral:

In 1552 Ivan the Terrible captured the Tatar stronghold of Kazan on the Feast of Intercession. He commissioned this landmark church, officially the Intercession Cathedral, to commemorate the victory, created from 1555 to 1561. The Church includes colors, patterns and shapes of a style that is unique to Russian architecture.

 

GUM:

GUM is a popular place with tourists. Comprising of some 200 shops, you can buy just about anything you need here, considered the country's iconic department store and Moscow's No. 1 shop.

 

Alexander Garden:

Alexander Garden sits along the Kremlin’s western wall, considered the first public park in Moscow. The public garden runs along the west wall of the Kremlin, in the former riverbed of the Neglinnaya which now flows underground through a tunnel.

 

Cathedral of Christ the Savior

The largest Orthodox Church in the world, built in the 19th century to commemorate Russia’s victory over Napoleon.

 

Arbat Street:

The most touristic street of Moscow is where you find all the standard tourist stuff, including several nice souvenir shops.

 

Private Tour to Moscow Kremlin:

Start your tour visiting the Kremlin which is the oldest part of Moscow. The Kremlin houses many ancient and magnificent structures such as 15th century cathedrals that have seen the coronations, weddings and burials of many Russian rulers. Explore Bell Tower which is a church tower inside the Moscow Kremlin complex. Explore the Patriarch’s Palace, built for Patriarch Nikon mostly in the mid-17th century, move to The Grand Kremlin Palace that was built from 1837 to 1849 in Moscow, Russia on the site of the estate of the Grand Princes. Finally discover The Armoury Chamber which is a unique treasury-museum that includes a fantastic collection of insignia of Imperial power, historical clothes, ceremonial harness and unique collection of imperial carriages.

 

More info about the sites you are ing to visit:

Moscow Kremlin:

Built as a fortress in the 12th century, the Kremlin is an official residence of the President of the Russian Federation and the President's office.

 

Kremlin Cathedrals:

  1. Assumption Cathedral:

The oldest church in the Kremlin and also the most important, the cathedral had for many centuries served as Russia's state and ritual center.

 

  1. Annunciation Cathedral:

Built in the Cathedral Square in 1484, considered the personal church of Moscow's princes and tsars. The Annunciation Cathedral's abbot was a personal confessor of the Royal Family until the early 20th century.

 

  1. Bell Tower

Bell Tower is a church tower inside the Moscow Kremlin complex. With a total height of 81 metres (266 ft), it is the tallest tower and structure of Kremlin. It was built in 1508 on Cathedral Square.

 

  1. Church of the Deposition of the Robe

This tiny medieval church was used as a private chapel by the Moscow Patriarchate.

 

  • The Grand Kremlin Palace:

The Grand Kremlin Palace was formerly the tsar's Moscow residence, built from 1837 to 1849.

 

  • Armoury Chamber:

The Armoury Chamber is a unique treasury-museum displaying the wealth accumulated by Russian rulers from the 12th century till the October revolution of 1917.

 

City Sightseeing Moscow Hop-On Hop-Off Tour:

Discover what Moscow has to offer in a double-decker, hop-on hop-off City Sightseeing bus. You will be able to choose 1 day or 2 day ticket and see the city’s incredible landmarks from aboard the open bus. You can stay aboard and enjoy the panoramic view of the city’s attractions or get down at any of nine stops around the city.

Moscow City Sightseeing Hop-On Hop-Off Stops:

  • Red October Island 
  • Red Square  
  • New Square 
  • Alexander Garden
  • Arbatskaya Square
  • Kropotkinskaya Metro
  • Station Pushkin
  • Fine Arts Museum Big Stone Bridge 
  • Bolotnaya Square

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