Moscow: The City of Golden Domes (4 days)

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The Russian Orthodox Church has more than 600 places of worship in Moscow - its historical home - encompassing centuries of history and a huge range of architectural style, from the awe-inspiring medieval cathedrals of the Kremlin to the more intimate private chapels of the boyars, all with a distinctly Russian flavor.

Prices are given in USD per person per tour (accommodation is not included). March 01 - December 31, 2017.

2 pax 4 pax 6 pax 8 pax 10-14 pax 15-19 pax 20-24 pax 25-29 pax 30 pax
505 320 224 175 146 142 115 98 86


  • arrival and departure transfer with local guide
  • 1 full day and 1 half day tours with local guide and private tourist class vehicle
  • entrance tickets to the museums: The Moscow Kremlin, New Maiden Convent, St.Basil's cathedral, Cathedral of Christ the Savior
  • All local Russian taxes; Private tourist class vehicle; English/or German/or Spanish/or Italian/or French local Guide. Other languages are at extra fee.


Tour highlights

Moscow Sightseeing Tour

First we will drive in the direction of the old Moscow to see ‘the old town of masters’ located in front of Kitay Town. we will have a stop at Sofiiskaya Embankment with the magnificent view to the old Kremlin structures and walls. Next is the Cathedral of Christ the Savior, the main Moscow Cathedral and holy place for all Muscovites. The tour continues with a drive through the business area of the city - MOSCOW CITY to Vorobiev Hills with the magnificent panoramic view over Moscow and the world renowned Moscow University. Than we will bring you to Poklonnaya Hill, where the monument to the heroes of Second World War is located.

New Maiden Convent

An important Moscow attraction and UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Convent is linked with Russia's historic, cultural, and religious development. It has acted as a prison, an orphanage, a hospital, a refuge, a religious institution, and a museum. The convent provides an example of the highest accomplishments of Russian architecture with rich interiors and an important collection of paintings and artefacts.

Unesco listed the Red Sqare

In fact the square's name derives from the word 'krasnyi', which once meant 'beautiful'. The varied beauty of the architecture and the magical atmosphere belie the square's often brutal and bloody history, but the combination makes Red Square a truly fascinating place that you'll want to come back to again and again.

St. Basil’s Cathedral

Every capital has a well-known landmark making it easily recognizable. In Moscow, the Cathedral of the Protecting Veil of the Mother of God, better known as the Cathedral of St. Vasily the Blessed (or St. Basil’s Cathedral, as it is often called in English), standing in Red Square is such a landmark. Can you believe that the cathedral’s original color was said to be white to match the white stone of the Kremlin? You will know much more amazing fact about history of the cathedral by the end of the tour.

The Moscow Kremlin

It is a historic fortified complex at the heart of Moscow. The complex serves as the official residence of the President of the Russian Federation. The Moscow Kremlin submitted to UNESCO World Heritage. The existing Kremlin walls and towers were built by Italian masters over the years 1485 to 1495.

Cathedral of Christ the Savior.

One of the most imposing and controversial buildings in Russia, the resurrected Cathedral of Christ the Savior has had a short but turbulent history. It was singled out by the Soviet government for destruction in 1931 and resurrected in 2000. The interior decoration is breathtaking, the cathedral being adorned with elaborate frescoes which extend over the entire surface of the walls.


Day 1: Moscow

Welcome to the Russian Capital! Your guide will meet you in the airport and bring you to the hotel. Spend the rest of the day preparing for an exciting touring tomorrow!

Day 2: Moscow

Enjoy a fascinating half day sightseeing tour around the Russian capital and have a guided visit to the Novodevichy Convent. In the afternoon have a nice stroll on Moscow streets.

Day 3: Moscow

This day is all about heart of Moscow and entire Russia: Red Square. Take a tour around the square and inside the Moscow Kremlin, then admire “stone flower” of Red Square - St. Basil’s Cathedral and symbol of resurrection of Russia - the Cathedral of Christ the Savior.

Day 4: Moscow

Hotel “check out”. Guide transfer to the airport