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.
The Armoury Chamber collection 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 Diamond Fund (with an audioguide)
The place where everyone who admires jewelry must go to! Among the precious items in the Diamond Fund you can see a unique 18 grams Shakn Diamond, naggets of gold, amazing diadems and necklaces and of course the Crown of Russian Empire, sparkling with 5000 diamonds!
Red Square and St. Basil's Cathedral
Covering an area 400m by 150m, the Red Square lies in the heart of Moscow and on its four sides stand the Kremlin, the GUM Department Store, the State Historical Museum and St. Basil's Cathedral - centers of government, commerce, history and religion. The square is also home to Lenin's tomb, a gleaming granite mausoleum and monument to the once-revered founder of the Soviet Union.
We will enjoy Russian art in the Tretyakov Art Gallery, experience everyday life in the elegant Moscow Metro, and a well-rounded city tour by car will give you a general impression of the city and the people.
1. 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 of the people and historical events.
2. The Moscow Metro is 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 the guide will show you 4-5 the most beautiful stations, built in the 30-50ss.
3. Сity tour by car.
During this 3 hours city tour by car or minivan we will make several stops to see:
and other Moscow sights and views.
Tour duration: 2 days, 6-7 hours every day
Tour cost: English - 395 USD for 1-2 people, 410 USD for 3-5 people. Spanish, French, Italian, German, Portuguese - 505 USD for 1-2 people, 520 USD for 3-5 people. May be paid in cash, by credit card or online.
Additional expenses: Kremlin and Armoury - 30 USD per person + ticket for the guide (to be prepaid via PayPal). Diamond Fund - 10 USD, Tretyakov Gallery - 8 USD per person + the ticket for the guide, St Basils' Cathedral - 10 USD, Metro - 1 USD per ride (to be paid on spot in RUB).