Inhabited by a passion for history, I gave myself 4 years of intense research, particularly of the 20th century of Russian history. I was fortunate to be able to meet some of the greatest artists and historians working in the field that I am deeply passionate about.
Since 2012 I have been guiding tours in Moscow both for foreigners and locals and I'm proud to say that since that I developed only deeper love for my city and for what I've been doing. As it always made me happy to see and hear people surprised, delighted or even sad to learn a bit more history. As such knowledge makes our lives more colorful and I'm so thankful to be part of it in others' lives.
I'm also very grateful the opportunity to open Russia to new visitors and show its true glory, beauty, kindness and openness, as so many people believed otherwise until they came and saw.
A Recent Review of this guide
Fantastic guide. I was stuck for 12 hours in Moscow (transit) To make the best out of it I asked Nadya to show me the city. She organized a mixture of museums, a walk on the red square, some shopping and a very nice restaurant. The coolest thing was that it wasn't a tour out of the books going from site to site with a standard speech. I received a glimpse of Moscow through the eyes of a local muscoviet
I used to guide groups and especially individuals to many exotic and lots of common touristic places in Moscow.
I've obtained my specialization in art and history in one of the oldest colleges, located in 5 minutes from the Cathedral of the Saint Savour, that's why all the city center I know like the back of my hand.
I rarely take tourists to the Kremlin territory as it is very occupied with the local guides and I believe that there are much more interesting places to see and visit in Moscow.