First time in Moscow? This tour is for you.
During this tour you'll see the most important Moscow landmarks: Red Square, Lenin's Mausoleum, St. Basil's Cathedral, the Kremlin wall, Alexander's garden, the Tomb of Unknown Soldier, Moscow Zero Kilometre, Christ the Savior Cathedral and many others. You will enjoy the Moskva river views, go down to the oldest line of metro, relax by the fountains of Maneznaya Square and take a snack in authentic Russian restaurant. I'll give you all the information you need to feel comfortable in the capital of Russia - how to buy tickets, where to find a trustworthy taxi, how much to pay for services and goods, which souvenirs are best. Please, prepare your own questions!
If you want to arrange a professional photosession (120$ extra), please, pm me to adjust the price.
Book this tour at least 2 days in advance. In case of shorter notice, pm me to confirm the availability. Thank you!
I meet you in your hotel lobby.
We reach the city centre of Moscow by foot or metro (depending on your hotel location), or by car in case you ordered private transportation.
Then we visit all the landmarks located in the heart of Moscow - the areas around Red Square and Christ the Saviour Cathedral.
In case you get hungry we can stop for a snack in a cheap, but nice cafe with typical Russian food (extra, about 10$ per person).
The tour ends in your hotel lobby or in the city centre if you choose to stay there.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Your hotel lobby
End location: Your hotel lobby of the place you choose in downtown.
Duration: 3 hours
during this tour we will walk and make use of public transportation.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
1000 Rur - Public transport - about 1,5$ per person in local currency.
Anything you want to buy or eat - about 10$ per person in local currency.
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Julia took us to many interesting sites on a very cold night in Moscow. She was great and my wife and I learned a lot about the landmarks and the culture. Julia is a fantastic tour guide.
Paul St Amant