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Moscow City and Metro Tour

1. Moscow City and Metro Tour

Climb aboard a classic soviet van for a 3 hour guided excursion through Moscow. From Red Square, Cathedral of Christ the Saviour to Moscow State University, discover the best spots of Russia's capital. Your tour will make 7 stops totalling no less than 12 major city sights. Explore Moscow comfortably in a cozy van with snacks and drinks served along the way. The last stop of this portion of the tour is Red Square from where you'll be taken to a typical Russian restaurant in case you're feeling hungry. Take the opportunity to taste a specialty of the region.  After your quick bite, dive into an impressive underground network more than 33 meters below ground. See an underground museum decorated by great Soviet artists and experience the Muscovites’ favorite form of transport, by metro. Visit 6 different metro stations with a local guide and rediscover Russian history from a new perspective. Head back above ground to complete your tour with a visit to 3 of the Seven Sisters skyscrapers. 

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Moscow: Guided City Tour by Soviet Van

2. Moscow: Guided City Tour by Soviet Van

Discover the highlights of Moscow from a different perspective on a fun 3-hour tour by Soviet-era van. Get driven to 12 of the city's must-see sites, departing from the amazing onion domes of Saint Basil's Cathedral on Red Square. Journey through the history of the city and stop at 7 different sites. Indulge in traditional Russian snacks and drinks as you make your way to iconic monuments such as Academy of Science and the Moscow State University. Admire the towers of the Kremlin Embankment, and discover the site of the impressive GUM department store. Pass the new urban space of Zaryadye Park next to Red Square, see the faculty building of the Russian Academy of Sciences, pass the 16th-century Novodevichy Convent, and discover one of the world's oldest surviving thoroughfares on Arbat Street. End at the impressive Cathedral of Christ the Savior on the north bank of the Moskva River after getting panoramic views from Sparrow Hills.

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Moscow: Premium Round City Tour

3. Moscow: Premium Round City Tour

This exclusive tour covers the most impressive sights around the city. During your journey, you will combine car rides with stops and walks at some of the most remarkable not-to-be-missed sights. During 5 hours, you will get the full picture of the capital of Russian Federation. This tour is hghly recommended for those who are limited in time while staying in Moscow and who want to see as much as possible. You will start from your hotel or any place you prefer, with the first stop being conducted at Red Square. With a walk around the Kremlin walls, you will next see the shift of presidential regiment near the Tomb to the Unknown Soldier. You will see Lenin's Mausoleum and the graveyard of all prominent Russians on Red Square, before moving on to discover the St. Basil Church and GUM. You will next enjoy a view over Moscow from the Floating Bridge, before your tour continues by car. The next stop will be the main cathedral of Russia, the Cathedral of Christ the Saviour, where you will explore its magnificent frescoes inside and learn of its tragic fate. After this, you will stop at Sparrow Hills which has an observation deck from which all of Moscow can be seen. You can take selfies at Moscow State University, the most beautiful of the Seven Sisters. You will then continue the tour by car passing by Victory Park, Mosfilm Studios, New Arbat Avenue, and the main street of Moscow, Tverskaya, from where you will see the City Hall and huge buildings which were moved on rails. You will eventually end the tour as you are dropped off back at your hotel, or any other preferred location of your choosing.

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Moscow: 3-Day Guided City Walking Tour with Boat Trip

4. Moscow: 3-Day Guided City Walking Tour with Boat Trip

Join a 3-day guided excursion in Moscow to see the city's scenic locations, museums, and much more. Go back in time as you visit Soviet sites and learn about Moscow's history and rich culture. Begin your discovery of Moscow by walking around the city to see Red Square, GUM, St. Basil's Cathedral, and other popular tourist spots. Head over to the Kremlin and explore the buildings and towers that this fortress houses. Explore the stunning architecture in the historical complex and find out why it is inscribed on UNESCO's World Heritage List. On the second day, visit Moscow's metro stations built during the Soviet era. Then, learn about the history of Russian cosmonautics and space science with a tour of the Museum of Cosmonautics. And as if a space museum is not impressive enough, proceed to Bunker-42, a once-secret military complex and bunker that will give you a glimpse into the Cold War. Immerse yourself in classical Russian art on your third day as you go to the Tretyakov Art Gallery. Marvel at works by Vasnetsov, Repin, Ivanov, Serov, Brulov, and A. Rublev. Lastly, go on a relaxing boat cruise and learn about Moscow's development as a city. Sail along the President's residence, the Russian parliament, Stalin’s skyscrapers, and other iconic sites.

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Moscow: City, Metro, and Food Tour with Lunch

5. Moscow: City, Metro, and Food Tour with Lunch

Discover Moscow on this comprehensive full-day tour that explores the city, metro, and food scenes. Hop aboard a bus to discover iconic spots in the city and enjoy lunch before exploring the metro underground. Top off your excursion with a visit to a Russian market to taste local specialties. City Tour Come on board a classic Soviet van to discover the Russian capital during a 3-hour guided city tour. Sightsee and discover Moscow’s secrets and mysteries as you enjoy Russian caviar and champagne. Enjoy 7 stops at key points and see no less than 12 important places such as Saint Basil’s Cathedral, Red Square, Moscow State University, the Russian Academy of Sciences, and more. Lunch & Metro Tour After getting dropped off at the Red Square, meet your next guide. Then, it’s time to eat. Visit a typical Russian restaurant and enjoy typical dishes from the region. With a filled stomach, you’ll be ready to dive more than 33 meters below ground in Moscow’s subway. Decorated by soviet artists and renowned as one of the most astonishing underground networks in the world, the muscovite metro is a real underground museum. During the metro tour, explore 3 of the most atypical stations. Learn another angle of Russian culture and local life while taking the metro. Food Tour Coming back to the surface, you’ll end up just in front of the Danilovsky Market, an authentic and charming food market located under a dome-shaped roof. Take a walk along the stacks of teas, cakes, meat, fruits, and vegetables and experience a typical Russian atmosphere. Complete your experience tasting specialties of the region like cheeses, caviar, or cakes and drinking tea, mors (fruit drink), or kvac (fermented drink). Learn the ins and out of Russian traditions and gastronomy.

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Moscow: 2-Day City Tour, Kremlin, Tretyakov Gallery, Boat

6. Moscow: 2-Day City Tour, Kremlin, Tretyakov Gallery, Boat

The walking tour will introduce you to sights such as Red Square, GUM, St. Basil’s Cathedral, Lenin’s tomb, Alexander garden with its Grave of the Unknown Soldier, and the Bolshoi Theatre. Atop the roof of a huge toy shop, you can ask your guide about tsars and communist dictators who shaped the city. After lunch, you'll discover the Kremlin Museum. The Kremlin itself is a feudal-style fortress surrounded by defense walls, moats, and loophole towers with secret passages and hidden drinking water wells. There are also venues for ballets and concerts, cathedrals, and a massive Tsar Canon and Tsar bell. Check out the Kremlin's park, and don't forget Russian President's helipad. Day 2: The Tretyakov Gallery is one of the largest art galleries in Russia and famous for mostly classical Russian art. Paul Tretyakov left his collection to the city when there was no more room for the paintings in his home. You’ll see masterpieces by Vasnetsov, Repin, Ivanov, Serov, and Brulov, along with pre-Mongolian icons and the world famous “Trinity” by A.Rublev. Followed by a fabulous 2 1/2 hour boat trip which shows the development of Moscow through the millenia.

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Moscow: City Sights, Metro & Kremlin Museum Tour with Lunch

7. Moscow: City Sights, Metro & Kremlin Museum Tour with Lunch

Meet your friendly guide at Revolution Square, then set out on your exploration of the city. Visit and learn about a selection of Moscow’s most iconic sights including Red Square, St. Basil’s Cathedral, Lenin’s Tomb, Alexander Garden, the Grave of the Unknown Soldier, and the Bolshoi Theater. You'll also pass through some of the city's most decorative metro stations and learn about the metro system itself. Continue the tour to one of the city’s biggest toy stores and head up to the viewing platform on the roof. Admire the city from this unique vantage point, and listen to your guide share fascinating insight about Russia’s history and culture, as well as the many tsars, emperors, and leaders that have shaped the city’s landscape. Once you’ve worked up a bit of an appetite, enjoy a break for lunch before heading off to the Kremlin Museum. At the museum, learn about the history of the Kremlin as you explore the complex. Marvel at some of the Kremlin’s cathedrals where Russian tsars and emperors were crowned and married. Finally, take a stroll through the Kremlin’s park, where you can soak up stunning views of the city.

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Moscow: Sights, Metro, and Kremlin Museums Tour with Lunch

8. Moscow: Sights, Metro, and Kremlin Museums Tour with Lunch

Visit and learn about Moscow’s most iconic sights including Red Square, St. Basil’s Cathedral, Lenin’s Tomb, Alexander Garden, the Grave of the Unknown Soldier, and the Bolshoi Theater, all on this guided walking tour with lunch and entry to the Kremlin Museums included. Listen to your guide share fascinating insight about Russia’s history and culture, as well as the many tsars, emperors, and leaders that have shaped the city’s landscape. Once you’ve worked up a bit of an appetite, enjoy a break for lunch before heading off to the Kremlin Museums. Learn about the history of the Kremlin as you explore the complex. Marvel at some of the Kremlin’s cathedrals where Russian tsars and emperors were crowned and leaders that have shaped the city’s landscape. Get a taste of local life as you pass through some of the city's most decorated metro stations and learn about the local metro system. Finally, take a stroll through Kremlin Park, where you can soak up stunning views of the city.

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Moscow: Sights, Metro, and Kremlin Museums Tour with Lunch

9. Moscow: Sights, Metro, and Kremlin Museums Tour with Lunch

Visit and learn about Moscow’s most iconic sights such as Lenin’s Tomb, Alexander Garden, and the Bolshoi Theater on a guided walking tour. Tour the Kremlin Museums with a local guide. Have a delicious lunch. Listen as your guide shares insights on Russia’s history, culture, and leaders as you walk to different sites. Stroll past the famed Red Square, St. Basil’s Cathedral, Lenin’s Tomb, Alexander Garden, the Grave of the Unknown Soldier, and the Bolshoi Theater. Replenish yourself with a nice lunch before heading to the Kremlin Museums. Follow your guide through this massive complex to discover the old-world treasures it holds. Marvel at the Kremlin’s cathedrals where Russian tsars and emperors were crowned. Get a taste of local life as you pass through some of the city's most elaborately decorated metro stations. Stroll through Kremlin Park for the opportunity to snap pictures of stunning city views.

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What people are saying about Moscow Kremlin

2nd part Metro tour was great!

The information that no German gide was available and that we would be picked up directly from the hotel the day before was great. The first part of the tour with the various points (7 sisters, basilica, etc.) was not so good, we would have found out on our own. But driving a car from the Soviet era made a lot of competition. The tour in the metro stations was very exciting and entertaining. Our guide Ilja enriched this with a lot of joy and background information. It was great including the snack at the end. Thanks!

Yesterday my tour with Alex had. It was just great I saw so much of Moscow, we took a lot of photos and in the Soviet bus there was also delicious champagne ... What more could you ask for! I can only say: Absolutely recommendable. Thanks to Alex

The tour was very informative and you get a good overview of the city. What I found curious was that it was carried out even though I was the only participant. Kudos to both of my guides and thank you very much!

Excellent ride, the Soviet truck is too much fun. Excellent guide, Tim is very nice as well as super friendly and has a very good story. Highly recommended.

Anna was very knowledgable and helpfull with the 2 hour visit. Enjoyable