Explore Moscow at your own pace in a double-decker tour bus. Hop on and off as often as you please with this 2-day ticket complete with audio guide.
Take a ride in a comfortable car or minibus to see beautiful Moscow streets and learn the history of the city.
Learn about the history and hardships of the Soviet Union on a guided tour. Visit the main sites of communist Moscow and stop for photo sessions.
Climb aboard a Soviet-era van for a fun and informative 3-hour sightseeing tour of Moscow. See no fewer than 12 sites with 7 stops at fantastic…
Learn the history of Moscow during the days of the Soviet Union on a guided tour. Learn more about the heritage of the Communist era and some of the…
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I had Vlad as my private guide and it was really interesting to learn about Moscow from him! The car was comfortable and clean! Traffic was very bad and it was a bit disappointing, but we still managed to see major sights. Definitely recommended!
To whom it may concern: For the Communist Tour on Saturday, July 14, 2018 at 11:00, I encountered Ms. Tanya Newman at the St. Regis Hotel. In her initial explanation, Ms. Newman went to explain Moscow, Russian history including the monarchy, the late 19th, early 20th century, Russian revolution, Lenin, Stalin, the Soviet Union era, and the post Communist era. It was an impressive number of facts that still have an impact in Russia and around the world today. After my history lesson, Ms. Newman went to describe Lubyanskaya building and square with photographs and details. She described the history of the KGB, the statues honoring its prominent figures, the KGB's modus operandi, the number of victims, the old secrets and the lack of transparency until this day. Ms. Newman indicated that the Solovetsky Stone was one of the few monuments dedicated to the victims. After Lubyanskaya building and square, we proceeded to Red Square and entered the Lenin Mausoleum before it closed.
I realised my ambition visiting Moscow and certainly the tour was the icing on the cake A relaxed tour with so much to see with Tanya explaining everything Every question which was asked she answered with so much information It was as if we had all known her for years Don’t miss this tour !!!
Will be interesting for those people who would like to know a bit more on the communist history from the point of view of the local. I always wanted to see the Lenin's mausoleum and with Vladimir as a guide, it was great experience! I was not so impressed by Worker and the Farmer statue but I like the metro station, which looked like a museum, and Vladimir told me nice stories about it. I would recommend it for sure!
great option if it's cold to warm up on the bus see the sights and listen to audio