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

1. 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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St. Basil's Cathedral, Red Square, and Kremlin Tour

2. St. Basil's Cathedral, Red Square, and Kremlin Tour

Meet your guide and begin your tour with a visit to St Basil's Cathedral, one of the oldest churches ever built in Russia. Learn about the building's origins which go back to the 16th-century. Discover how after the USSR Revolution, it was turned in a Museum of Religion and church services were banned.  Next head next door to the Moscow Kremlin. Listen to your guide as they explain the many dramatic political events which have taken place within its walls. Hear stories of assassinations, sieges, murders, insurrections, religious rituals, and victory parades.  During the Kremlin tour, gain a deeper insight into the history of the place and visit three cathedrals inside:  the Cathedral of Archangel Michael (Arkhangelsky), the Cathedral of Annunciation (Blagoveshchensky), and the Uspensky Cathedral (Assumption Cathedral).

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Moscow: 2-Hour Kremlin Private Skip-the-Line Tour

3. Moscow: 2-Hour Kremlin Private Skip-the-Line Tour

The Kremlin is the heart of Moscow, it has always been associated with the Russian government. Head out on a tour of 3 cathedrals and learn the history of its grounds.  Head to the 16th-century Cathedral of Archangel Michael. See how it unites the traditional architecture of Russia with the elements characteristic of the Italian Renaissance. See the burial places of tsars and princes of Muscovy throughout the centuries. Move on to the 15th-century Cathedral of Annunciation, a place of worship for tsars and the royal family, where wedding ceremonies and christenings took place. See the many works of art it houses, including old frescoes that date back to 1508. Next, visit Uspensky Cathedral or the Assumption Cathedral, a masterpiece of the Italian architect Aristotel Fioravanti built in 1551. See the Patriarch’s Palace from the outside, now a museum of the 17th-century life and applied art.

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What people are saying about Moscow Kremlin

Overall rating

4.4 / 5

based on 61 reviews

Excellent guide... knowledgeable, well-spoken, engaging, all the things you would want out of a guide for such a major collection of Moscow sites. Was always evaluating to make sure we were seeing things we wanted to see and was willing to go into more or less detail depending on how interested we were. Was also great to get such a frank and nuanced view on Russian history from a Russian themselves.

Great private tour with Natalia. She's so knowledgeable, friendly and likeable - I can't recommend her enough. I loved my time in Moscow with her. Will definitely book her again when I'm visiting again. Thanks Natalia - you made my day very special.

Even in winter, this place stands out in the midst of cloudy sky, but the inside is magnificent, with great history behind it. Visti this place at night, you'll be feel amazed by it's lighting.

The tour was exactly as described. Very informative tour required only 40 minutes with the rest of the time allowed for visiting specific sites of interest within the Kremlin.

Wladimir was a great guide, thanks for the nice tour!