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Duration: 5-6 hours
Available: daily 8.30am - 10pm
Transportation: metro/walking
Activity level: Moderate/Heavy

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metro tickets
all taxes
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(1) Metro tour

(1) Metro tour

Entrance: tickets included
Have a Metro Tour by visiting the most beautiful Moscow metro stations (4-6 stations). Literally, the most beautiful stations in the world. Should not be missed.

(2) Red Square, St Basil's Cathedral and Kremlin (from outside)

(2) Red Square, St Basil's Cathedral and Kremlin

(part of "Moscow Must-See's Tour")

Entrance: St. Basil Cathedral visit (optional) — 500 rub/person
Red Square considered the central city square and the must-see when visiting Moscow. Together with the Kremlin and the St.Basil Cathedral they become the most-recognized symbols of Russia. We have prepared exclusive facts and stories that you would never find in the travel guide books.

(3) Christ the Saviour Cathedral and vicinity

(3) Christ the Saviour Cathedral and vicinity

(part of "Moscow Driving Tour")

Entrance: free
The main Russian Cathedral lays on the bank of the Moskva River. With an overall height of 105 metres (344 ft), it is the tallest Orthodox church in the world. The Pedestrian bridge over Moscow river located next to the Cathedral is one of the most picturesque place for taking photos.

(4) Arbat street

(4) Arbat street

(part of "Moscow Driving Tour")

Arbat street is an approximately one-kilometer long pedestrianised street in the historical centre of Moscow. The Arbat has existed at least since the 15th century, thus laying claim to being one of the oldest surviving streets of the Russian capital.

(5) Lovely neighborhood "Patriarch ponds"

(5) Lovely neighborhood "Patriarch ponds"

The patriarch ponds is the heart of one of those lovely neighborhoods, which keep the spirit and atmosphere of the old good Moscow. Off-beaten tourist path

(6) Ryabushinsky mansion

(6) Ryabushinsky mansion

Entrance: 300 rub/person
Closed on Mondays, Tuesdays, National holidays and last thursday of each month

Professionals say that this masterpiece of the architect Shekhtel deserves ratings at least not lower than A. Gaudi works in Barcelona. It's definitely a "hidden gem" of Moscow! Today the building serves as the museum of the Russian famous writer Maksim Gorky, telling the visitors about Stalin favorite writer's life.

(7) Tverskaya street and Eliseevskiy shop

(7) Tverskaya street and Eliseevskiy shop

Entrance: free
Tverskaya Street is the main and probably best-known street of Moscow. In the Eliseevskiy Shop You can hardly focus yourself on the goods on the shelves, as the interior of this shop is breathtaking. The only place in Russia in the XIX century, where locals had a chance to buy oysters, truffles and other specialities. Groceries are still sold in this splendid hall.

(8) Victory Park.

(8) Victory Park

(part of "Moscow Driving Tour")

Entrance: free
The Victory Park is a huge memorial complex celebrating the Great Patriotic War. The park includes endless fountains and monuments with a 142m obelisk (every 10cm represents a day of the war).

(09) VDNKh USSR Park (now All-Russia Exhibition Center)

(09) VDNKh USSR Park (now All-Russia Exhibition Center)

Entrance: free
The dream city created to show the best achievements of the Soviet Imperia. No other place sums up the rise and fall of the great Soviet dream quite as well as this place. The pavilions represent a huge variety of architectural styles, symbolic of the contributions from diverse ethnic and artistic movements to the common goal.

(10) New Maiden's convent

(10) New Maiden's convent

(part of "Moscow Driving Tour")

Entrance: 300 rub/person
Located near the Moscow River, this peaceful retreat from the bustling city includes a spectacular 16th-century convent and a cemetery where many of the country's most famous writers, poets, politicians and public figures are buried.

(11) Izmaylovo Kremlin, Flea market and Vodka Museum

(11) Izmaylovo Kremlin, Flea market and Vodka Museum

Entrance to the Vodka Museum: 180 rub/person
Fee for taking pictures: 100 rub/person

The beautiful renovated Kremlin (“fortress”) in Izmaylovo surrounded by the flea market area which is packed with art, handmade crafts, antiques and just about anything you might want for a souvenir. We recommend also to visit The Vodka Museum that presents the long history of Russia’s national drink. Tastings are available.

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