The best way to get to know a new city is a city orientation tour. For a minimum of time, you see the maximum of the local sights.
The Red Square – walk along the pilgrimage point of all the tourists. It is the main square of the country with many interesting sights: the Kremlin’s towers (15-th century), St. Basil’s Cathedral (16-th century), State Historical museum (19-th century), State Universal Mall (GUM, 19-th century), Lenin’s mausoleum (20-th century) and others.
Alexander’s gardens and eternal fire at the Monument of the Unknown Soldier.
Christ the Savior’s Cathedral and the Patriarshi bridge. This is the main orthodox cathedral of the country and the residency of the patriarch. Enjoy the outstanding view of the Kremlin from the beautiful pedestrian bridge.
Sparrow hills observation deck. The height above the sea level is about 200 meters (656 foots), so you may see the whole city from the height of the bird’s flight.
The Moscow State University (MGU) one of the oldest universities of the country, it was founded in the 18-th century by empress Elizabeth. The modern campus of the university was built on the Sparrow hills in 1953 and it’s the tallest educational building in the world – 240 meters (787 foot).
Walk along the Arbat street – one of the oldest Moscow streets with cozy cafes and numerous street artists and singers, the street is also known for its souvenir shops where you may find all kinds of stuff.
You will also see on the way: the Grand theatre (Bolshoi theatre), the headquarter of KGB, Zaryadie park, the New Maiden convent, the Park of Victory, Moscow City business center, the Academy of Science, Luzhniki stadium, Seven Sisters (Stalin’s skyscrapers) and many other interesting sights.
- Pick up / drop off – your hotel
- Transportation – cab
Terms & Conditions
Prices are “from”, per person based on group of 10 persons. Duration – 4 hours.