Moscow Kremlin
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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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1-Day Tour of Moscow

2. 1-Day Tour of Moscow

Tour ideal for tourists with a small dip is enough history or for those who prefer to do the tour independently and need only be oriented in the city. You'll guide Moscow for a day with a guide in english with all the information to discover the best of the city of Moscow. During Soviet times Russia enjoyed the position of one of the world's two great superpowers, owing largely to Stalin's ambitious drive towards industrialisation (at the cost of millions of lives in slave labour) and wealth accumulated after the victory over Germany in the Second World War. Later, under Brezhnev, the USSR continued to prosper as Soviet patriotism saw the Russians competing with the USA in the arms and space races. Perhaps this is why these times are still referred to by many ageing Russian's as a golden age in their history.  Meet your guide at the hotel at 9:00 in the morning. During the Tour you will see the most important places of Moscow. Moscow's subway, Visit the Red Square and its architectural enclosure, Visit the Kazan Cathedral, Visit San Basilio, viewing Patíbulo of Ivan the Terrible in the sixteenth century, Visit the GUM shopping center, Visit the Alexander Gardens, where you'll see the changing of the guard, Visit the Kremlin and its historic buildings, and many more. Return to the hotel at 18:00.

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Moscow: 2-Hour Private Kremlin Tour

3. Moscow: 2-Hour Private Kremlin Tour

After meeting your guide at the meeting point or your hotel lobby, take the metro to the Kremlin to enjoy a 2–hour visit to this epic medieval fortress; gain insight into Russian heritage and culture, and grab picturesque photo opportunities at this UNESCO World Heritage site. Skip the line and start your adventure in the most iconic and the most famous venue of Moscow, the symbol of the Russian statehood. Travel back to the 12th century, when Moscow was three times smaller than the present territory of the Kremlin. Visit the most ancient building in Moscow, the Assumption Cathedral, where the last Emperor of the Russian Empire was crowned. Listen to the numerous stories about the Russian Tsars and Tsarinas, boyards and patriarchs, the last Emperor and the communist government. Finish your tour on the Red Square, and continue exploring the Russian capital.

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Private Izmalovo Tour with Flea Market and Kremlin

4. Private Izmalovo Tour with Flea Market and Kremlin

Greet your expert local guide in your hotel lobby and wend your way by foot to the Izmailovo area, located in the northeast part of the city. Step back in time strolling through the vibrant and bustling cultural complex, feast your eyes at the disneyfied breezeblock-and-plasterboard Izmailovo Kremlin and check out its six single-subject museums, dedicated to Russian folk and culture, like Museum of Vodka and more. Afterwards, indulge in Russian traditional meals in a wooden replica of summer residence of Tsar Alexei Mikhailovich (own expense) while your guide will point out some interesting benchmarks of rich Russian history. You’ll get a chance to rub shoulders with local arty types at the daily Izmailovo Flea Market, home to a vibrant confection of stalls selling everything from books, baskets, retro toys and furniture to Soviet memorabilia, fur hats, nesting dolls and traditional artwork. Here’s where you can find unique Russian souvenirs and gifts, sample national delicacies and see the local life in action. After two hours of exploration, your tour concludes at the Flea Market where you can take your time and have more fun shopping at your own comfortable pace.

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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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What people are saying about Moscow Kremlin

The meeting point (at the time of this review) is undergoing construction and is covered in tarpaulin- we completely missed it and ended up 15minutes late- things like this should be updated on the meeting point instructions. Apart that the tour was very good and Andre our guide was very knowledgeable and had a great sense of humour. The churches you will see are very small inside and swamped with Chinese tourists- be patient is all I can say, and go to the church with the smallest or no queue first. You will exit past the armoury and diamond place, maybe consider adding these on as an additional tour as it will save you having to renter at another date.

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!

Unmissable visit, the site steeped in history, imposes by the presence of the place. We walk alongside the forecourt of one of the most influential in this world, his residence seems to be the extension of an arm that has stood the test of time, but which has often held the baton of the conductor of this world. the story continues.

Our tour was great! Very informative, not just about the Kremlin, we had a lively conversation. We recommend!

Clear instructions where to meet guide, guide was informative & answered any questions.