For those who want to know the story of Russian State from the very beginning to the present days. For centuries Moscow has been the place from where the control of great and powerful Russian state has been executed. Moscow has witnessed the life of the high and mighties as well as the events that changed the world’s history.
Prices are given in USD per person per tour (accommodation is not included). March 01 - December 31, 2017.
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- arrival and departure transfer with local guide
- 2 full day tours with local guide and private tourist class vehicle
- entrance tickets to the museums: New Maiden Convent, the Moscow Kremlin, the Armoury Chamber, GULAG Museum, Cosmonautics Museum, pass to the Metro
- 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.
Unesco listed Red SquareIn 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.
The Moscow KremlinIt 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.
The Armoury ChamberThe Armoury Chamber is a unique treasury-museum displaying the wealth accumulated by Russian rulers from the 12th century till the October revolution of 1917. Walking in the exhibition halls you are having a journey through the centuries. You can see the life of Russian monarchs reflected in the precious items of applied art.
Gulag MuseumAn estimated 20 million people died during Stalin's reign of terror. At the height of the terror, in the 1930s, victims accused of plotting against Soviet power were executed en masse. Visitors of this unique museum can see what was the life in the camps and read about the experiences and suffering of individual prisoners.
Cosmonautics MuseumApart from anything else, the shear aesthetic beauty of the displays should impress. The other-wordly sheen of the hi-tech materials used to construct space craft is extraordinary when seen close-up and, combined with a host of cosmos-themed artwork, the exhibition is a compelling reminder of the time when space exploration was still viewed unequivocally as mankind's last great adventure.
Moscow MetroTake the Moscow Metro Tour and discover why Moscow subway is recognized as the most beautiful in the world! "They used to have palaces for king's, we are going to build palaces for the people!" said one of the main architects of the Soviet subway. Live like a true Russian by experiencing the Moscow Metro which spans nearly the whole of the capital with over 185 miles of track carrying over 7 million passengers daily.
Day 1: MoscowWelcome to Russian capital! Your guide will meet you in the airport and transfer to the hotel. Spend the rest of the day preparing for an exciting full day of touring tomorrow!
Day 2: MoscowThis full day tour will be dedicated to the History of Moscow from the very beginning. You will see magnivicient New Maiden Monastery, Red Square. We will take you inside the Kremlin's walls and to the Armoury Chamber.
Day 3: MoscowDuring this day you will see two completely different sides of the Soviet period of Russian capital: the Cosmonautics Museum which proves the glory of Russia as a pioneer in cosmos exploration... and Gulag Museums where darkness pages of the contemporary history will shock you. You also will take a ride on Moscow Metro the most beautiful in the world.
Day 4: MoscowHotel “check out”. Transfer to the airport.