1. Russia
  2. Central Federal District
  3. Moscow
  4. Red Square

Moscow: Historical Red Square and Kremlin Walls Group Tour

Product ID: 184556
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Experience a walking tour of the Red Square and the area around the Kremlin with an experienced tour guide. Learn the history of two of Russia's most important historical and social landmarks.
About this activity
Duration 90 minutes
Printed or mobile voucher accepted
Instant confirmation
Live tour guide
English
Easy cancellation
Cancel up to 24 hours in advance for a full refund

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Experience

Highlights
  • Admire Russia's most famous building, the Kremlin
  • Enjoy the beauty of Red Square and Saint Basil's cathedral
  • Take the opportunity for holiday snaps at the Moscow River
Full description
Enjoy some of Moscow's key tourist attractions in this short walking tour with an experienced guide. Start your Moscow adventure by passing by a unique Russian church - Saint Basil's Cathedral and learn the stories and legends attached to it's creation. Take some unforgettable photos at the Red Square and hear of it's captivating history; executions, great Russian Tsars, traders, marvellous military parades, wars and great victories.

Walk along the GUM building, pass Lenin's mausoleum and head down to Moscow River to see the fantastic view of Zaryadie park. Whilst here take a tour of the outside of the Kremlin. Learn about the Soviet heritage and purpose of the famous building with your guide.. 

Pass the Marshal Zhukov monument on your way to visit the Alexander Garden; a park dedicated to the victory of Napoleon. At the end of the tour you will have the opportunity to enjoy beautiful Manezh Square before your guide farewells you with more tips for navigating the beautiful city of Moscow. 
Includes
  • Experienced tour guide

When you get there

Meeting point

In front of Marshal Zhukov statue at Manezhnaya square (close to Historical museum)

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Know before you go
• Please note that on certain dates part of the route might be not accessible due to public events