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Moscow excursions

Moscow Folkshow “Amazing Russia” with dinner

Amazing Russia is a fascinating musical journey across Russia, where each region is presented by performances of folk bands. A show-long film, picturing amazing landscapes and wonderful sceneries of Russia runs on the huge screen in the background. Breathtaking performances tell the stories of Russia as of a diverse and glorious country with incredible history, connecting East with West and North with South. This journey is filled with fantastic discoveries and great surprises.

The dinner menu offers the widest breadth of traditional specialties belonging to various regions of Russia. You may be sure you will find great food that fits your possible requirements even if you have specific demands or diet plan restrictions.

Moscow City with Panorama 360 tour

Panorama 360, an observation deck located on the 89th floor of the Federation Tower, the largest skyscraper in Moscow City, is listed in the Russian Book of Records as the highest observation deck in Europe and is a member of the World Federation of Tall Towers. From the Panorama observation deck with a 360 ° view, Moscow is visible in the palm of your hand: the Kremlin towers, the domes of the Cathedral of Christ the Savior, the Stalinist skyscrapers, and the blue ribbon of the Moscow River.

Climbing to the Panorama 360 observation deck can be a real event both for groups of schoolchildren and for parents with children who can enjoy unlimited free ice cream. For young people and tourists who come to Moscow on excursions, Panorama 360 is a platform for cool selfies against the backdrop of the dizzying landscapes of the capital, and for lovers it’s the most original place for a romantic date at an altitude of 374 meters above Moscow.

Moscow Sightseeing & Moscow City with Panorama 360 tour

See the world-famous sights of Russia’s capital on this Moscow city tour. With an expert guide, walk from one iconic landmark to another as you hear about Moscow’s long and turbulent history. Stroll around the huge, cobbled space of Red Square to see the Kremlin, Lenin’s Tomb and onion-domed St Basil’s Cathedral; pass the legendary Bolshoi Theatre, and amble around the ornamental Alexandrovsky Garden, home to the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.

Panorama 360, an observation deck located on the 89th floor of the Federation Tower, the largest skyscraper in Moscow City, is listed in the Russian Book of Records as the highest observation deck in Europe and is a member of the World Federation of Tall Towers. From the Panorama observation deck with a 360 ° view, Moscow is visible in the palm of your hand: the Kremlin towers, the domes of the Cathedral of Christ the Savior, the Stalinist skyscrapers, and the blue ribbon of the Moscow River.

Climbing to the Panorama 360 observation deck can be a real event both for groups of schoolchildren and for parents with children who can enjoy unlimited free ice cream. For young people and tourists who come to Moscow on excursions, Panorama 360 is a platform for cool selfies against the backdrop of the dizzying landscapes of the capital, and for lovers it’s the most original place for a romantic date at an altitude of 374 meters above Moscow.

Moscow guided Metro tour

During this tour you will be escorted to the Metro, “the Underground Palace” as Moscow’s guests sometimes call it. You will be astonished at its lush interiors with its marbled and guilded walls and statues, and you will be told the history of the most significant central stations.
The Moscow Metro rates the sixth in the world in terms of intensity of use after the subways of Beijing, Tokyo, Shanghai, Seoul and Guangzhou.

Moscow guided tour Metro and old Arbat tour

During this excursion you will take a walk in the most picturesque and most touristic pedestrian street in Moscow with lots of cafes, restaurants, souvenir shops. Your walk will be accompanied by all means with street music as Arbat is regarded as musicians and artists street. After a walk in Old Arbat Street we’ll take a ride by the Moscow Metro. The stations of the Moscow Metro are compared with underground palaces because of the extravagant soviet-era decoration. During the tour you will admire these rich decorated stations and learn interesting facts and legends about the Moscow metro.

Moscow guided tour Holy Trinity-St.Sergius Lavra, Sergiev Posad 

Take a tour to Sergiev Posad, the spiritual center of Russian Orthodox Сhurch. The town’s only a short drive from Moscow (75 km); its main attraction is the Trinity-Sergius Lavra (monastery) that is part of UNESCO World Heritage.

Moscow guided tour Bunker 42 “Bunker Secrets” (16+)

This unique tour called “Bunker secrets” will lead you both through historical and technical parts of the bunker.
During the first part of the tour you will visit block #4 which used to be an alternate command center of strategic air force. In this block you’ll learn about the atomic weapon of USSR and you’ll see many interesting objects like models of the very first atomic Soviet bomb, Soviet bomber and intercontinental ballistic missiles, communication equipment and so on.
In the second part of the tour you’ll see block #3 which is the engineering part of the bunker. You’ll learn about water pumps system, tunnel construction and much more. And it may be that some sudden encounters can happen…
It is necessary to wear comfortable clothes and shoes (no high heels). Protective equipment will be given to every participant.

Moscow guided tour Old Arbat street

Arbat Street, mainly referred to in English as the Arbat, is a pedestrian street about one kilometer long in the historical centre of Moscow, Russia. The Arbat has existed since at least the 15th century, which makes it one of the oldest surviving streets of the Russian capital. It forms the heart of the Arbat District of Moscow. Originally the street formed part of an important trade-route and was home to many craftsmen.

Moscow Red square and St. Basil’s Cathedral tour

St. Basil’s Cathedral stood on Red Square long before the first Romanov reigned on the throne. It survived in the Napoleonic War and World War II, could be blown up and even move to Paris. But time spared the Cathedral, and now you can touch a piece of history on your own. Come inside and admire nine small churches hidden under one world famous facade.
Take a stroll around Red Square, which has always been considered beautiful. The best merchants, farmers, revolutionaries, soldiers, and numerous Soviet citizens walked here at different times. Imagine how GUM opened its doors for the first time!

Moscow guided half-day private tour with metro tour

Visit the most important monuments of the Russian capital on a private half-day guided tour of Moscow. Look at the amazing stations of the Moscow Metro public transit system and enter the vast public enclosure of Red Square, where highlights include the onion domes of Saint Basil’s Cathedral.
Admire the historic attractions of the fortified complex of the Moscow Kremlin overlooking the Moskva River, such as the Grand Kremlin Palace, designed to emphasize the greatness of the Russian autocracy.
Watch the changing of the guard ceremony at Alexander Gardens, built after the Napoleonic Wars along the length of the Kremlin walls. Get explanations about everything you see as your guide describes the history of the city and its main buildings. Journey through thousands of events that have shaped the city at sights loved by the locals as much as by tourists.

Moscow guided tour Park “Patriot”

Patriot Park represents the unique, world’s biggest collection of armed vehicles. The Park, also known as the “Russian military Disneyland”, is able to host tens of thousands of visitors per day. Patriot incorporates the world’s famous Kubinka Tank Museum. In the future, Monino Aviation Museum will likely become a part of Patriot Park as well. Location: 55 km (34 mi) from Moscow.

Moscow guided tour to the Victory Park and Museum

A grandiose memorial, which was established in 1995 to commemorate the Second World War. You will not be indifferent to the huge complex dedicated to the bravery of the Russian people. The Museum in Victory Park is one of the “must-see” places to visit on you trip. The size of the museum alone already amazes from afar. It is truly colossal and to us reflects the significance of our victory. On your tour you will hear many fascinating stories from our professional charismatic guides.
At the open air exhibition you will see more than 350 models of weapons and engineering structures from both sides of the conflict. You will have the opportunity to visit the renovated military-historical exposition of the museum “Bravery and Victory of the Great Russian People”.
The museum has more than 400 exhibits in open air. You will learn about captured German armored vehicles and artillery, engineering and fortifications, military transport, armored vehicles of the USSR, artillery systems for the Reserve of the Supreme High Command. Visit the exposition dedicated to the railway troops, as well as the Air Force of the USSR and the Navy platform of equipment and weapons as well as a unique site of Japanese trophy equipment.

Moscow guided tour VDNKH park – the “Exhibition of National Economic Achievements”

The VDNKH is a Soviet-era exhibition area and amusement park in Moscow, and there are many interesting elements to explore here. On this easy guided tour you’ll learn all about the history and architecture of the VDNH, and why it has come to be a symbol for the Soviet days. Check out pavilions, statues, monuments to space exploration, and other fascinating sites.

Moscow Sightseeing walking tour

See the world-famous sights of Russia’s capital by foot on this 3-hour Moscow city tour. With an expert guide, walk from one iconic landmark to another as you hear about Moscow’s long and turbulent history. Stroll around the huge, cobbled space of Red Square to see the Kremlin, Lenin’s Tomb and onion-domed St Basil’s Cathedral; pass the legendary Bolshoi Theatre, and amble around the ornamental Alexandrovsky Garden, home to the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.

Moscow Kremlin guided tour

Experience Moscow’s Kremlin, the heart of the city, on a private half-day walking tour. Wander among this fortified complex to see the legendary churches of Cathedral Square, marvel at the Grand Kremlin Palace and enjoy a guided visit to the Armoury Chamber—home to approximately 4,000 artifacts dating all the way back to the 12th-century. Look for the works of Russian goldsmiths and silversmiths, Catherine the Great’s coronation dress and even an ivory throne once belonging to Ivan the Terrible.

Moscow Sightseeing tour with visit to the Moscow Kremlin

Let us get you acquainted with Moscow’s essential highlights on this city tour which is an absolute must for every visitor of Russian capital. Our professional certified tour guide will show you the Red Square, the Bolshoi Theater, KGB headquarters, Christ the Savior’s Cathedral; you will be driven down the Garden Ring through to the Novodevichy Convent and the Sparrow Hills viewpoint; past the Victory Park, Moscow City skyscrapers, and the seat of Russian parliament – the White House. After that take a walking tour round the Red Square. You will see Lenin’s Mausoleum, that contains the embalmed body of the famous Russian political figure who was at the roots of the Revolution and the Soviet Union; the Eternal Fire – memorial to the victims of World War II, and other sights of this iconic central square. After the city tour you will visit the Moscow Kremlin’s territory with Cathedral, heart of the country. You will see the famous TsarBell, and Tsar Cannon.Cathedral Square or Sobornaya Square – ­The central square of the Kremlin. Cathedral Square is famous as the site of solemn coronation and funeral processions of all the Russian tsars,patriarchs, and Grand Dukes of Moscow. Even today, the square is used in the inauguration ceremony of the President of Russia.

Moscow Sightseeing tour

Let us get you acquainted with Moscow’s essential highlights on this city tour which is an absolute must for every visitor of Russia’s capital. Our professional certified tour guide will show you the Red Square, the Bolshoi Theatre, KGB headquarters, Christ the Savior’s Cathedral; you will be driven down the Garden Ring through to the Novodevichy Convent and the Sparrow Hills viewpoint; past the Victory Park, Moscow City skyscrapers, and the seat of Russian parliament – the White House.

Moscow Sightseeing tour with Red Square & Museum of your choice

Let us get you acquainted with Moscow’s essential highlights on this city tour which is an absolute must for every visitor of Russia’s capital. Our professional certified tour guide will show you the Red Square, the Bolshoi Theatre, KGB headquarters, Christ the Savior’s Cathedral; you will be driven down the Garden Ring through to the Novodevichy Convent and the Sparrow Hills viewpoint; past the Victory Park, Moscow City skyscrapers, and the seat of Russian parliament – the White House. Plus you will visit the museum of your choice.

Moscow evening Sightseeing tour

During our excursion you will admire the views of the capital in the brilliance of colorful lights and unusual lighting! In all its glory, you will see the majestic Cathedral of Christ the Saviour, the Moscow Kremlin – one of the main symbols of Russia and the citadel of power, a masterpiece of Russian architecture and the symbol of Russia – St. Basil’s Cathedral, the oldest monastic monastery – Novodevichy convent and a fascinating night view, opening from the Sparrow hills! You will see the towers of Moscow-city, Poklonnaya hill (Victory Park), the famous building of Moscow state University – main University of the country, and will be able to take unique photos.

Moscow Sightseeing tour & VDNKH with visit Ostankino tower

See the world-famous sights of Russia’s capital. Stroll around the huge, cobbled space of Red Square to see the Kremlin, Lenin’s Tomb and onion-domed St Basil’s Cathedral; pass the legendary Bolshoi Theatre, and amble around the ornamental Alexandrovsky Garden, home to the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.

The VDNKH is a Soviet-era exhibition area and amusement park in Moscow, and there are many interesting elements to explore here. On this easy guided tour you’ll learn all about the history and architecture of the VDNH, and why it has come to be a symbol for the Soviet days. Check out pavilions, statues, monuments to space exploration, and other fascinating sites.

Visiting Ostankino Tower is a perfect way to have a lively time and to get an unforgettable experience with thу professional guide. Built in 1967 upon the project of Soviet engineer Nikitin N.V., Ostankino Tower, reaching the height of 540 meters, it became an architectural and engineering milestone of its time. Ostankino Tower, being created for transmission of television and radio signals to new distances, remains of key importance up to present days. Nowadays, Ostankino Tower is a part of the Branch of Russian Television and Radio Broadcasting Network, the leading Russian telecommunication agency.

Moscow Sightseeing tour Metro and Old Arbat street tour

Let us get you acquainted with Moscow’s essential highlights on this city tour which is an absolute must for every visitor of Russia’s capital. Our professional certified tour guide will show you the Red Square, the Bolshoi Theatre, KGB headquarters, Christ the Savior’s Cathedral; you will be driven down the Garden Ring through to the Novodevichy Convent and the Sparrow Hills viewpoint; past the Victory Park, Moscow City skyscrapers, and the seat of Russian parliament – the White House. After the city tour you will be escorted to the Metro, “the Underground Palace” as Moscow’s guests sometimes call it. You will be astonished at its lush interiors with its marbled and guilded walls and statues, and you will be told the history of the most significant central stations.

Moscow Pub-crawl tour

Guided by an English-speaking pub crawling expert, move from one bar to another, get to know travelers from all over the world, play fun games and contests in addition to getting perks and welcome drinks in the bars. Each time the routes are designed to visit the most exciting events: parties, concerts or dancing on the bars.

Between the bars, move from one place to the other on foot. The routes are organized so that you’ll walk for no more than 5 to 10 minutes between the bars. Enjoy 4 welcome drinks included in the tour and a night you’ll never forget.

Moscow guided tour to Kolomna

Escape the city and immerse yourself in the most fabulous Russian fairytale city on a private trip to Kolomna from Moscow. Visit the 14th-century Kolomna Kremlin, where the Assumption Cathedral is located, and explore the Zephyr Museum. In addition, you will walk along the Moscow River and visit museums dedicated to history and culture. Hotel accommodation and boarding in Moscow are included.

Pereslavl-Zalesskiy the Golden Ring

The city was founded in 1152 by Prince Yuri Dolgoruky as the future capital of North-Eastern Russia. The prince laid a huge city by the standards of the day on a swampy plain with ramparts about 2.5 km long. There were no cities larger than Pereslavl in Northeast Russia. The original name – Pereyaslavl – the city received in honor of the more ancient city – Pereyaslavl-Russian (today’s Pereyaslavl-Khmelnitsky in Ukraine). In turn, the latter was founded and named so by Prince Vladimir Svyatoslavich. The perimeter of the fortifications of Pereyaslavl-Russian was much smaller than the city of Dolgoruky, about 1.5 km. Founded by Yuri Dolgoruky, the city was located beyond the forests in Zalesye – an area of ​​fields and agriculture; therefore, an additional definition began to be added to the name of the city: Pereyaslavl-Zalessky. Since the 15th century, pronunciation has changed to Pereslavl-Zalessky.

Sightseeing in the city. Founded by Yuri Dolgoruky, the city was located beyond the forests in Zalesye – an area of ​​fields and agriculture; therefore, an additional definition began to be added to the name of the city: Pereyaslavl-Zalessky. Since the 15th century, pronunciation has changed to Pereslavl-Zalessky.

Moscow Cathedral of Christ the Savior with observation platform

This iconic landmark is known for its gold and white exteriors and Russian Revival architecture, which sets it apart from other buildings. If you’re curious about the story behind this amazing structure, join this private church tour through Klook. Enjoy an intimate tour with your group accompanied by an informative guide. You will be amazed at the unique stories of the cathedral, such as how it took more than 40 years to be blown up and turned into a swimming pool. You will also have access to the observation deck of the church and you can enjoy panoramic views of Moscow.

Moscow Izmailovo Kremlin and Flea market tour

Get to know the vibrant architecture of Moscow while visiting the Izmailovsky flea market and the Izmailovsky Kremlin. Surrounded by museums, galleries and royal palaces, this area is a vibrant cultural center providing ample opportunities for photographing. Browse the stalls selling Russian handicrafts, culinary delicacies and antiques, and admire the architecture of the Izmailovsky Kremlin and the royal palaces.

Moscow Sightseeing Tour with visit to Novodevichy Convent

Sightseeing tour is a great way to see world famous sights and impressive sights of this vibrant city, such as Tverskaya Street, Lubyanka Square with the infamous building of the former KGB, the famous red brick Kremlin towers, Christ the Savior Cathedral, Moscow. State University, Novodevichy Convent, Bolshoi Theater, Vorobyovy Gory, Luzhniki Olympic Stadium and much more. After a tour of Moscow, an excursion to the impressive ensemble of the Novodevichy Convent on the banks of the Moscow River will be followed – a masterpiece of architectural harmony of the late 17th century, included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. Currently, the monastery is a museum that stores rare and ancient treasures of Russian cultural heritage, as well as a prestigious place of refuge for a number of great cultural and political figures of Russia.

Moscow Museum of Cosmonautics

The Museum of Cosmonautics has one of the largest science and technology exhibitions in the world, which reflects the real history of the evolution of the Soviet space science and offers ample evidences of its successes and achievements, including the stories of the development of first man-made satellites, first manned space flight, first exit of a man into open space, various exploration programs of the Moon and the Solar System and international space research programs.

Moscow guided tour The State Tretyakov Gallery

Discover the masterworks of Russian art with this guided visit to Moscow’s Tretyakov Gallery, whose variety of collection makes it one of the world’s most important galleries.

Moscow guided tour State Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts

At the State Museum of Fine Arts. A.S. Pushkin is one of the largest collections of foreign art in Russia – more than 670,000 paintings, sculptures, drawings, works of applied art, archaeological artifacts and coins from antiquity to the present. These extensive collections include high-quality copies and plaster casts of works of antiquity, the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, as well as original works of painting, sculpture, graphics, decorative and applied art.

Moscow Full day Sightseeing tour

Visit the most popular Moscow attractions in 8 hrs. day tour

Moscow guided tour River Cruise on Luxurios Radisson Ship

Breathe in some of the Moscow’s finest as you indulge in a two-course lunch or dinner aboard a Radisson Royal Flotilla yacht departing from the Gorky Park Pier. Enjoy freshly prepared food and enchanting panoramic views on the beautiful snow-white yacht cruising through Moscow’s winter fairytale, modern and comfortable ambiance guaranteed. Among the sites featuring on the cruise you will find Moscow Kremlin, Saint Basil’s Cathedral, the Cathedral of Christ the Saviour, Peter the Great Statue and, finally, Moscow City skyscrapers representing a new, modern face of the Russian capital.