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Moscow Metro Tour
30 euro (2200 rub) per traveler, starts every day
The busiest European metro system — every day more than 9 million people take a ride in beautiful Moscow metro. It has 214 stations and during this tour we will visit only 11 of them — however, the best ones!
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Moscow Private Night Tour
Private tour, you can choose any time
As the popular song says, Moscow never sleeps. And this is really true — in the evening this city looks totally different. We offer you to join our tour through this perfectly illuminated city because we are sure - you will remember this walk forever!
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Private tour, you can choose any time
From 70€ (5300 rubs), available upon request
This 4-hours walking tour covers all the most important sites,
stories & legends of Moscow. This tour is specially designed for people who do not have much time in Moscow - you will learn everything about our "must see" places. Don't miss it!
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Moscow Free Tour
$0 per traveler, Pay what you want
Are you going to visit the capital of Russian Empire? Join our 2,5 hours Free Walking Tour and visit all "must see" places of this fascinating city with our professional and friendly guide!
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Planning your visit to Moscow?
Explore the beautiful capital of Russia with us!
Moscow Metro Tour
30 euro (2200 rub) per traveler, starts every day
The busiest European metro system — every day more than 9 million people take a ride in beautiful Moscow metro. It has 214 stations and during this tour we will visit only 11 of them — however, the best ones!
Learn more
Moscow Private Night Tour
Private tour, you can choose any time
As the popular song says, Moscow never sleeps. And this is really true — in the evening this city looks totally different. We offer you to join our tour through this perfectly illuminated city because we are sure - you will remember this walk forever!
Learn more
Private tour, you can choose any time
From 70€ (5300 rubs), available upon request
This 4-hours walking tour covers all the most important sites,
stories & legends of Moscow. This tour is specially designed for people who do not have much time in Moscow - you will learn everything about our "must see" places. Don't miss it!
Learn more
Moscow Free Tour
$0 per traveler, Pay what you want
Are you going to visit the capital of Russian Empire? Join our 2,5 hours Free Walking Tour and visit all "must see" places of this fascinating city with our professional and friendly guide!
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About the city
Moscow, the capital of Russia, is one of the largest and most vital cities in Europe. Nine centuries of rich history have created this unique place of contrasts and possibilities, where East and West meet. This fusion of cultures spawned the city. Moscow far surpasses the imagination of those who do not know it and those who have never visited it. For this reason, it becomes quite challenging to describe it completely. To do this, we must first forget the stereotypes that created the conventional view of Russia. Well, our country is undoubtedly difficult to understand. At the same time, however, it is a great country, a vast territory that stretches from Europe to Japan, which is home to people of hundreds of nationalities. So, if you are ready to make a journey to the nerve center of this realm you have to visit Moscow!
Ten things you must see in Moscow
The Red Square
Whichever route you choose, you should start from the Red Square. Located in the city center, it is 330 meters long and 70 meters wide. It is the symbol and the heart of Moscow.

This square plays the central role in the life of Russian capital for more than seven hundred years. However, through these centuries its meaning was changed a lot of times. One of the best markets in Russia, perfect place for huge military parades and significant cultural celebrations – you will discover the fascinating history of this place with us.
The Kremlin
The Kremlin is the oldest part of ancient Moscow that still remains. The fortress was first time mentioned in 1147, and since that Moscow is strongly associated with these walls and towers. Nowadays Kremlin is the synonym for Russia's president official residence, but only a century ago it was a museum. Two thirds of its territory are now closed to visitors, but the remaining part still grabs the attention from tourists from all over the world.
Saint Basil's Cathedral
What do you see when you google "Moscow"? We're sure that's it - the most well-known Russian church, which is officially called The Cathedral of the Intercession of the Virgin by the Moat. It was built in XVI century by order of Tsar Ivan the Terrible as a symbol of celebration of his victory over the Kazan Khanate. The part of the Moscow Kremlin and Red Square UNESCO World Heritage Site, Saint Basil's Cathedral has a lot of stories to tell.
Lenin's Mausoleum
This is one of the most controversial monuments because many people believe that it is necessary to close the Mausoleum and to bury tovarish Lenin, while others claim that this monument has already become an integral part of the Red Square and cannot be removed from there. The visit is free, but the line might be very long. It is strictly prohibited to take photos inside the Mausoleum and men should remove their hats.
Arbat and New Arbat Street
After the Kremlin and Red Square, Arbat is probably the most famous and most visited place in Moscow. Arbat is a pedestrian street with nice cafes, shops and lots of street-artists and musicians. At the end of the street, there is the skyscraper of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia, one of so-called Stalin's "Seven Sisters".

It is also worthwhile to walk along Novy Arbat (New Arbat), which runs almost parallel to the old one. Novy Arbat is a busy avenue with a lot of shops, restaurants and one of the largest bookstores in the country. At the intersection of Novy Arbat and Kutuzovskiy Prospekt, on the bank of the Moskva River, there is The Ukraine Hotel (Radisson Royal Hotel), another example of the "Seven Sisters" group.
Tverskaya Street and Patriarch's Ponds
Another important central street is Tverskaya. It is considered to be the main street of the city. The architectural ensemble of Tverskaya is exclusively monumental and includes mainly buildings of the mid-20th century. Before the revolution, the street was much narrower. Then it was enlarged, and some buildings were simply moved to new foundations.

Just a stone's throw from Tverskaya street you can find one of the Moscow oases - Patriarch's Ponds which besides being one of the most beautiful and most expensive areas of Moscow, is also the place where the great Bulgakov's novel «The Master and Margarita» begins. In winter, when the pond freezes over, you can enjoy the ice-skating rink; in summer, you can take some delicious cakes from nearby cafes and have a picnic on the banks of the pond.
Moscow parks
Actually, in Moscow the are many parks and gardens. One of the green pearls of the city is the Gorky Central Park, which stretches for 3 km along the banks of the Moskva, and is full of such endangered species as happy Russians. The park is known worldwide thanks to the song of Scorpions, «Wind of Change». It has play areas for children, bars, an amusement park and the huge skating rink open throughout the winter period; in summer you can rent a boat to enjoy the park from the water. It is an ideal place for escaping from the chaos of the capital. Inside the park is also located Garage Museum of Contemporary Art. Exhibitions, lectures, workshops and festivals are constantly held here. The museum has a cafe and a bookstore.
Tretyakov Gallery
If you are an art lover, you have to visit Tretyakov Gallery that contains the world's largest collection of Russian art. The museum is divided into two sections. The pre-soviet part is placed in the main building of the Gallery in Lavrushinsky Lane, while the Soviet part of the exhibition can be found in the building of truly enormous dimensions, located across the street from Gorky Park on the Crimean Embankment. There you can see the paintings of Kandinsky, Malevich (including his famous "Black Square"), and a work by Shagal.
Bolshoi Theater
The cultural life of Moscow is very rich and diverse. Besides the hundreds of museums, there are more than 90 theaters, 24 concert halls and over 130 cinemas. The flagship is undoubtedly the Bolshoi Theater that played a prominent role in the formation of the famous Russian ballet. It is one of the most significant opera and ballet theaters in the world, standing in the same row with "La Scala" in Italy and "Covent Garden" in England. In short, the importance of the Bolshoi Theater for Russia cannot be overestimated.

If you plan your trip well in advance, we advise you to buy tickets three months before the show. But, if tickets to the Bolshoi theater are not available (it happens often), do not despair! Moscow hosts a lot of other theaters like Maly, Gogol Centre or Moscow Art Theatre.

Moscow Metro
Perhaps for someone, it will be a surprise, that one of the main attractions of the Russian capital is the Metro. It is one of the largest underground museums in the world and is definitely worth a visit. The Moscow subway is an extraordinary example of Soviet and modern architecture. We recommend you to take our guided Metro tour and discover the most beautiful stations with their history and legends hidden underground.
Russian sauna (banya)
An absolute must for any tourist looking for the authentic Russian experience will be a visit to banya (Russian type of sauna), especially in the cold period. Banya occupies a considerable place in Russian culture. Slavic people before becoming Orthodox used to believed that banya cleans not only the body but also the soul thanks to the power of water and fire.

In Moscow, you should visit Sanduny baths. This is the main banya of the city that has more than two hundred years of history. It dates back to 1808 and is located at the corner of Neglinnaya street and Sandunovsky lane. If you want to go to a place not so ancient, you can try the Seleznyovskiye baths which has been known since the mid-nineteenth century, or the Krasnopresnsnskie baths which is the main competitor of the Sanduny. Prices are usually the same, 1500 - 2000 rubles for two hours. There are also less expensive alternatives, like Vorontsovkiye or Varshavsiye baths.
Of course, these are not all the sights of Moscow. There are also other parks, museums, nightclubs, restaurants and other places where you can have fun. Therefore, in the capital of Russia, it is better to stay for a few days or weeks. Even though here we were unable to describe even a half of everything that you can find there, we hope that we've convinced you that Moscow is an amazing, incredibly energetic place that you should visit at least once in your life. Either you will love it or hate it, Moscow won't leave you indifferent.

Please don't forget that it is necessary to have a passport and also a visa to travel to Russia!