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Moscow: Kremlin, Red Square, and Metro Tour with Pick-Up

1. Moscow: Kremlin, Red Square, and Metro Tour with Pick-Up

Enter the Kremlin through the Troitsky Bridge and Tower. Enjoy commentary from your knowledgeable local guide. See the collection of Napoleon’s cannons by the Arsenal building. Stop to take a photo of the Senate building and the office of the President of Russia. You will see the guards of the Presidential Regiment as well. Continue to the Grand Tsar Bell and Cannon, and the Ivan the Terrible Bell Tower. Enter the Kremlin cathedrals of the Assumption, Annunciation, and Archangel Michael. Marvel at the priceless collection of Russian religious art and see the burial place of Russian tsars and princes. Learn about the Italian architects who built a significant part of the Kremlin. Learn the incredible story about the Moscow Metro to get a better appreciation of why it is not just a city transportation system but doubles as an underground public art gallery. Hear about the 2 secret lines and discover where to find amazing monuments of Russian sailors, workers, sportsmen and a warship captain who danced with Queen Elizabeth II on the coronation ball. Visit the most interesting stations, such as Komsomolskaya, Kropotkinskaya and Revolutionary Square. Discover the best art and architecture from the days of the Soviet Union as you marvel at stations built from marble, and see bright mosaic panels and bronze and granite statues that date back to the Soviet era.

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Moscow: Kremlin, Armoury Chamber and Diamond Fund Tour

2. Moscow: Kremlin, Armoury Chamber and Diamond Fund Tour

On this 4-hour walking tour, you will learn everything about the Russian and Soviet history spanning from the 12th to the 21st century. Your knowlegeable guide will answer all of your questions, revealing all of the secrets of the mysterious Russian history. Skip the line to enter the most significant place in Moscow, the heart of the Russian capital and UNESCO Heriatge Site, the Kremlin. You can explore its ancient monuments: Arsenal, Palace of Soviets, Tsar-Bell, Tsar-Cannon, Senat Palace (the seat of the President of the Russian Federation), and Cathedral Square (one of the most beautiful places in Moscow). Marvel at the rarest treasures of the Russian Emperors. There are only five museums of this caliber in the world, none of which are quite like this. Home to 10 Fabergé eggs, the ivory throne of Ivan the Terrible, the coronation robes of the Russian Tsars and the biggest collection of jeweled royal carriages in the world, the Armory Chamber is an unparalleled treasure chest. After visiting the Armory, proceed to the Diamond Fund, one of the few treasuries in the world, which keeps the crown jewels. Its collection is closely associated with the history of the Russian state. It includes masterpieces of jewelry art of the 18th-20th centuries, rare gems, like 90-carats Shah diamond, royal insignia, gold and platinum nuggets of historical, artistic, scientific and material value. Your guide will leave you in the Diamond Fund, from where you will continue your tour with an audioguide.

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Moscow Kremlin: Skip-the-Line Ticket and Introduction Tour

3. Moscow Kremlin: Skip-the-Line Ticket and Introduction Tour

Meet your guide in front of the Monument to Marshal Zhukov nearby the Four Seasons Hotel. Enjoy a 40-minute introduction to the Kremlin in English. Learn about the Kremlin as well as other city center highlights. Ask your guide for recommendations or any questions you might have. Receive an admission ticket from your guide. Your guide will also be sure to point out where you can rent an audio guide. Pass through the security check and enter the Kremlin. Explore the main square. See the Russian Presidential Residence, and the Ivan the Terrible Bell Tower. Visit the 3 main cathedrals: The Cathedral of the Assumption, the Annunciation, and the Archangel Michael. Learn more about this iconic Russian site at one of the museums located on the complex.

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Moscow: Guided Tour of Red Square, Kremlin & Metro

4. Moscow: Guided Tour of Red Square, Kremlin & Metro

You’ll start your 4-hour tour of Moscow by meeting your expert guide in front of the Kremlin and enjoy fast-track entrance to this epic medieval fortress. Your adventure begins here, inside Moscow’s most iconic venue and the symbol of the Russian statehood, where you’ll be transported back in time to the 12th century. You’ll gain insight into Russian heritage and culture and have picturesque photo opportunities at this UNESCO World Heritage site. Next, you’ll exit the Kremlin and continue on to the Red Square, one of the biggest attractions in the centre of Russia’s capital. Here, you’ll marvel at the fabulous St Basil’s Cathedral, Lenin’s Mausoleum, and the luxurious GUM. In the third part of the tour, you’ll delve into the Moscow underground and learn all about the history of Russia’s first metro system, the ideology behind the design, and its modern redevelopment. The underground’s beautiful architectural styles will vary from art deco to neoclassicism as you switch between the lines. You’ll also pass by one of the largest and most opulent stations of the Circle Line, decorated with mosaics, statues, and stained glass. After the tour, your guide will help direct you to anywhere you please.

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Russian Metro and Izmaylovo Kremlin Courtyard Tour

5. Russian Metro and Izmaylovo Kremlin Courtyard Tour

Meet your guide at your accommodation then travel on the metro to the Russian courtyard in the Izmaylovo Kremlin. On your way, your guide will give you an overview of the history of the Moscow metro, which is one of the most impressive metro systems in the world. Find out about the construction of the best station. In the Moscow metro, there are 215 stations and 44 are recognized as objects of cultural heritage and more than 40 are architectural monuments. Visit 3 of the most beautiful stations to admire various mosaics, touch sculptures, and enjoy the beauty of the paintings, balconies, and lighting.  Arrive at the Russian courtyard of the Izmaylovo Kremlin to meet a guide in Russian national dress who will send you on a journey through Russian history, crafts, and architecture of the 17th century. Take the most colorful memorable photographs there. The Russian courtyard is surrounded by brightly painted white-stone buildings on one side and wooden houses with numerous cafes, shops, museums, and creative workshops on the other. Listen to the guide tell you about the history and features of Russian architecture of the 17th century and Russian crafts.

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Moscow: Panoramic Moscow Walking Tour

6. Moscow: Panoramic Moscow Walking Tour

Moscow is one of the most vibrant European capitals. It can keep visitors busy for months as they strive to discover its monuments, architecture, history, art, green spaces, churches, and much more. Throughout this tour you will discover a plethora of interesting facts, including how Red Square was once a market square where traders would sell their goods. You'll encounter the infamous Lenin’s Mausoleum house, and find out whether or not it is possible that Moscow’s Kremlin is the biggest active fortress in Europe. You'll also discover the first university founded in Russia, before visiting Red Square, the Moscow River, the Bolshoi Theatre, the State Department Store, Moscow State University, the Kremlin, St. Basil’s Cathedral, ancient orthodox churches, and the modern financial district of Moscow City. Throughout your tour you will hear interesting secret stories about the former headquarters of the KGB-organization, Stalin’s skyscrapers, Soviet-style buildings, and much more.

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Moscow: Christmas Magic Private Tour

7. Moscow: Christmas Magic Private Tour

Christmastime brings magic to Moscow. Experience the atmospheric downtown area on a 2-hour private guided tour exclusive to the Christmas season.   Together with your professional guide, you’ll visit some of the most beautifully decorated places in the city—Zaryadye Park, the Kremlin, Red Square, and St. Basil’s Cathedral. You’re sure to feel spellbound by the charming atmosphere along Tverskaya Street. What is the story behind the Christmas tree? Who was the first to decorate one? What magical things happen during the Christmas period? Learn all this and more, including miraculous legends about Moscow on this tour. Visit the old-fashioned Christmas Market in Manezh Square and learn what makes it so popular. Taste local Christmas products and fill your heart with joy as you experience the magic of Christmastime in Moscow.

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What people are saying about Moscow Kremlin

Overall rating

4.4 / 5

based on 223 reviews

تجربة جميلة جدا وانصح الجميع ياخذونها، اول مره ازور موسكو و معلوماتي بسيطه، ڤلاديمير كان انسان جدا رائع لطيف جدا ومتعاون و معلوماته جدا رائعه.. كان على الموعد وانطلقنا من حائط تشاينا الى red square الى الكرملين و كان لطيف جدا معي دخلني اشوف جسد لينين و مرينا اماكن كثيره على طلبي، اما المترو فكان عبارة عن متاحف مصغرة.. فلاديمير كان لطيف لدرجة كان ياخذ لي صور لما اطلب منه لأني كنت لوحدي.. جدا ممتنه و شكرا جزيلا

Our guide Sofia was very attentive and provided us with so many historical facts about Moscow and Russia overall throughout our tour. Would highly recommend this tour to anyone interested in getting to know the rich history of Moscow!

Vladimir, our guide made this visit to the Kremlin and the Metro stations a truly unforgetable experience. He was eager to answer all our questions and tireless along the whole event. THANK YOU VLADIMIR!!!!

Vladimir was an excellent, engaged & interesting guide. We would definitely recommend him!

Great tour and highly recommended for those interesetd in history