Moscow: Night Small Group Tour
- See where locals hang out and what their favourite places and activities are
- Visit an old factory turned into clubs and art galleries
- Find the monuments of Soviet era that changed a wasteland into a park
- Uncover the epicentre of Moscow at Gorky Park
Learn why the Cathedral of Christ the Saviour is one of the symbols of Russia, and who lives in the infamous House on the Embankment, which saw the peak of Stalin's political terror. Cross the river Moscow to the less touristic districts and see the the oldest chocolate factory in Moscow, now home to many restaurants, clubs and art galleries.
See the controversial monument to Peter the Great and discover why locals dislike it. Across the river, stroll in the Statue Cemetery of Muzeon Park. Let your guide show you the private view of local artists in the shadow of Tretyakov Gallery, the best collection of Russian avant-garde art. Finish your tour at the entrance to Gorky Park, recently voted the best leisure and recreation area in Moscow.
- English–speaking guide
- Walking tour
- Small group
- Entrance fees
- Gratuities (optional)
When you get there
Meet your guide in front of the Cathedral of Christ the Saviour, Volkhonka street 15, 119019, Moscow. The nearest metro station is Kropotkinskaya on the red line. Your guide will be waiting for you with a sign saying Moscow at Night Tour on it.Open in Google Maps ⟶