The Tomb of Unknown Soldier - a monument to the soldeirs killed at the WW2
St. Basil's Cathedral - a colorful multi-dome church, a landmark of Moscow (tell the guide if you want to see it inside. The ticket costs 700 RUB)
GUM shopping mall - an elegant 19th century department store under a glass roof
Bolshoi Theatre - a home for Russian ballet and opera
Lenin's Tomb - a final resting place of the founder of the Soviet Union - Vladimir Lenin
KGB (FSB) Headquarters - powerfull KGB worked here in Soviet times
Christ the Saviour Cathedral - the main church of the city and the biggest Orthodox Chruch in the world
Tour of the Kremlin and the Armoury
The Kremlin is the oldest part of Moscow, a citadel in the centre of the city, where Tzars used to have their residences and where the office of the President of the Russian Federation is located.
TheArmoury Chambercollection is based on the royal treasury and contains regalia, thrones, carriages, dresses, jewelry and arms*.
* On a high season the Armoury should be booked well in advance. But even if you are late - we still have some other interesting things to show you instead.
The Trertyakov Gallery is the best collection of Russian art you can see in Moscow. Its core - the 19th century realistic paintings, which can tell a lot about daily life and historical events.
The Moscow Metrois not only a super efficient means of transport, but also it is undoubtely the most beautiful underground in the world, where every station looks like the room of a palace. During the tour we will visit 4-5 the most beautiful stations, built in the 30-50ss. The guide will help you to get familiar with how to buy tickets and how to use the metro.
Kolomenskoye Estate is a beautiful Estate used to be the favorite summer residence of the Russian tzars in the 16th to 17th Centuries. Ancient apple orchards, walls and gates, Kazan Church and the UNESCO protected Church of the Ascension have all survived from this period.
Tour duration: 2 days, 6-7 hours every day Tour cost English - 480 USD. May be paid in cash, by credit card or online. Additional expenses: The Kremlin and Armory Chamber – 55 USD per person + tickets for a guide (to be prepaid), Tretyakov gallery – 500 RUB. Metro (1 trip - 55 RUB).