This tour is quick, just two hours, but covers all the iconic places of Moscow giving you more time to explore the numerous side-streets and cathedrals, restaurants and souvenir shops on your own. We’ll just need two hours of your stay in Moscow to let you feel the spirit of the country and get the image of the country. Admission included. Welcome to Russia!
What’s in store for you:
Moscow Kremlin architectural complex – the largest functional fortress. It was established in the place where the first Moscow settlers lived. Inсludes 20 towers.
Assumption cathedral – ceremonial hall for coronations of emperors.
Annunciation cathedral – private family church for Czar’s family. Some icons of 15th century are exhibited here.
Cathedral of Archangel – family tomb of Russian Czars.
Ivan the Great bell tower – white-stone bell tower equipped with 21 bells. The tallest building of Moscow Kremlin.
Czar Cannon – one of the biggest cannons of the world. Manufactured in 16th century.
Czar Bell – a monument of Russian foundry of 18th century. The bell’s weight is 202 tons.
Cathedral square – the architectural center of Moscow Kremlin. This is where the main Christmas tree is installed in winter.
Red Square – the main square of Russia, cobbled in the beginning of 19th century. The square used to be a market place as well as proclamation spot.
Necropolis under the Kremlin wall – this is where the Soviet leaders were buried.
Lenin’s Mausoleum (in case the museum is open) – since 1924 the body of Vladimir Lenin is kept here.
Saint Basil’s Cathedral – church with numerous picturesque domes and hipped roofs. One of the symbols of Russia.
Alexander the Great’s garden – was built in the place where a river used to flow. In the garden you can see the Eternal Flame, honorable guard of Kremlin military troop, Italian grotto and fountains.
- Hotel pickup and drop-off;
- Friendly knowledgeable guide;
- Tickets to the Kremlin
- Tickets to Armory Chamber (25 Euro per person);
- Ticket to St. Basil’s Cathedral (15 Euro per person);
- Food and drinks.
To visit the Armory Chamber and St. Basil’s Cathedral, you shall contact the manager not later than 7 days before the tour. The number of tickets is limited.
Sights of Moscow Kremlin and Red Square are included in the UNESCO List of World Heritage Sites.
Day off: Thursday. The Saint Basil’s Cathedral is closed every first Wednesday of the month.
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