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  • Moscow: 2.5-Hour Luxury River Cruise with Dining Option

    1. Moscow: 2.5-Hour Luxury River Cruise with Dining Option

    Take a journey along the Moscow river, beginning either at the lively Gorky Park or the Ukraine Hotel, which is one of the Seven Sisters of Stalin. See all of the most iconic attractions in Moscow from a slightly different angle. The boat has two decks and you can choose whether to be on the open upper deck or stay inside and enjoy the views through the panoramic windows. At the lower deck, there is a bar and a restaurant with free Wi-Fi access. To make your journey not only spectacular and relaxing but also informative, you can ask for an audioguide in your language on board for a small price. Upgrade your river cruise by choosing the fine dining option and enjoy an exquisite lunch or dinner on your trip. A standard menu includes one salad, one main course, one soft drink, and bread. You will see the Ukraine hotel, Sparrow Hills, Luzhniki Olympic Stadium, Moscow City, Gorky Park, Mini...

    AC was out of service.. the ship was so so hot .. food was good and service is okay.

  • Moscow: Kremlin, Red Square, and Metro Tour with Pick-Up

    2. Moscow: Kremlin, Red Square, and Metro Tour with Pick-Up

    Enter the Kremlin through the Troitsky Bridge and Tower. Enjoy commentary from your knowledgeable local guide. See the collection of Napoleon’s cannons by the Arsenal building. Stop to take a photo of the Senate building and the office of the President of Russia. You will see the guards of the Presidential Regiment as well. Continue to the Grand Tsar Bell and Cannon, and the Ivan the Terrible Bell Tower. Enter the Kremlin cathedrals of the Assumption, Annunciation, and Archangel Michael. Marvel at the priceless collection of Russian religious art and see the burial place of Russian tsars and princes. Learn about the Italian architects who built a significant part of the Kremlin. Learn the incredible story about the Moscow Metro to get a better appreciation of why it is not just a city transportation system but doubles as an underground public art gallery. Hear about the 2 secret lines a...

    تجربة جميلة جدا وانصح الجميع ياخذونها، اول مره ازور موسكو و معلوماتي بسيطه، ڤلاديمير كان انسان جدا رائع لطيف جدا ومتعاون و معلوماته جدا رائعه.. كان على الموعد وانطلقنا من حائط تشاينا الى red square الى الكرملين و كان لطيف جدا معي دخلني اشوف جسد لينين و مرينا اماكن كثيره على طلبي، اما المترو فكان عبارة عن متاحف مصغرة.. فلاديمير كان لطيف لدرجة كان ياخذ لي صور لما اطلب منه لأني كنت لوحدي.. جدا ممتنه و شكرا جزيلا

  • Moscow: Imperia Tower 56th Floor Visit & Museum

    3. Moscow: Imperia Tower 56th Floor Visit & Museum

    Visit the Moscow-City Museum, Russia’s first and only museum of skyscrapers and high-rise construction. Located on the 56th floor of the Empire skyscraper, right in the epicenter of Moscow’s business hub, the museum has an unforgettable panoramic view of the city’s major landmarks from 215 meters above ground level. The museum is divided into two parts, the history of high-rise architecture in Moscow and the history of Moscow City. In the historical part of the exposition, discover how Moscow grew tall, from the bell tower of Ivan the Great to Stalin’s Seven Sisters and the Moscow-City skyscrapers. Uncover the history of creating a city of skyscrapers in the center of Moscow. Find out what was conceived versus what actually came to be. This can be explored in the projections of such prolific architects as Zaha Hadid and Norman Foster, whose work was never implemented, and holds a promi...

  • Moscow: Kremlin, Armoury Chamber and Diamond Fund Tour

    4. Moscow: Kremlin, Armoury Chamber and Diamond Fund Tour

    On this 4-hour walking tour, you will learn everything about the Russian and Soviet history spanning from the 12th to the 21st century. Your knowlegeable guide will answer all of your questions, revealing all of the secrets of the mysterious Russian history. Skip the line to enter the most significant place in Moscow, the heart of the Russian capital and UNESCO Heriatge Site, the Kremlin. You can explore its ancient monuments: Arsenal, Palace of Soviets, Tsar-Bell, Tsar-Cannon, Senat Palace (the seat of the President of the Russian Federation), and Cathedral Square (one of the most beautiful places in Moscow). Marvel at the rarest treasures of the Russian Emperors. There are only five museums of this caliber in the world, none of which are quite like this. Home to 10 Fabergé eggs, the ivory throne of Ivan the Terrible, the coronation robes of the Russian Tsars and the biggest collectio...

    I had the best guide so knowledgeable and a really nice person. Stayed with me longer as well. So worth the money. Just wish I could remember her name.

  • Moscow: Kremlin and Diamond Fund Private Tour

    5. Moscow: Kremlin and Diamond Fund Private Tour

    Meet your private guide and step into the Kremlin. Enjoy a visit to this epic medieval fortress, gain insight into Russian heritage and culture, and grab picturesque photo opportunities at this UNESCO World Heritage Site. Skip-the-line and start your adventure in the most iconic and famous venue of Moscow, the symbol of the Russian statehood. Travel back to the 12th century when Moscow was three times smaller than the present territory of the Kremlin. Visit the most ancient building in Moscow, the Assumption Cathedral, where the last Emperor of the Russian Empire was crowned. Listen to the numerous stories about the Russian Tsars and Tsarinas, boyards and patriarchs, the last Emperor, and the communist government. After visiting the Kremlin, proceed to the Diamond Fund, one of the few treasures in the world, which keeps the crown jewels. Its collection is closely associated with the h...

    The guide was excellent but instructions for meeting point wasn’t very clear. We had to call you & Met the guide by chance.

  • Moscow: Kremlin and Red Square 3-Hour Guided Tour

    6. Moscow: Kremlin and Red Square 3-Hour Guided Tour

    Enter the Kremlin through the Troitsky Bridge and Tower. Enjoy commentary from your knowledgeable local guide throughout the 3-hour tour. See the collection of Napoleon’s cannons by the Arsenal building. Stop to take a photo of the Senate building and the office of the President of Russia. You will see the guards of the Presidential Regiment as well. Continue to the Grand Tsar Bell and Cannon and the Ivan the Terrible Bell Tower. Enter the Kremlin cathedrals of the Assumption, Annunciation, and Archangel Michael. Marvel at the priceless collection of Russian religious art and see the burial place of Russian tsars and princes. Learn about the Italian architects who built a significant part of the Kremlin.

    Alexander was very friendly and knowledgeable He made the tour interesting and was happy to answer questions

  • Moscow: Full-Day Bunker 42 & River Cruise with Private Guide

    7. Moscow: Full-Day Bunker 42 & River Cruise with Private Guide

    Meet your guide and head out on a unique tour to Bunker-42. On your way, hear your guide give a brief survey of the history of the Moscow metro. Visit an anti-nuclear underground facility built in the 50s, 65 meters under Taganka Square. Discover how the design of the bunker is defended from the damaging factors of the nuclear explosion. View astounding engineering objects and feel as though you are a part of this large-scale facility. Understand how close the world was to a nuclear Third World War.  Come back up to ground level and experience Moscow from the water. Get closer to the city’s exciting riverside sights as you cruise goes along famous landmarks, including a symbol of the Russian statehood and one of the most significant architectural symbols in the world, a primary football stadium in Russia, Vorobyovy Gory, Moscow State University, the Cathedral of Christ the Saviour and ...

  • Moscow: Night Small Group Tour

    8. Moscow: Night Small Group Tour

    Meet your guide near the Cathedral of Christ the Saviour and set off on your 90-minute journey through Moscow. Discover Moscow's modern life and how it has developed. Visit some of the historical buildings and areas of the city integrated into the life of Russia's capital. Explore the Muscovites' interests and preferences. Learn why the Cathedral of Christ the Saviour is one of the symbols of Russia, and who lives in the infamous House on the Embankment, which saw the peak of Stalin's political terror. Cross the river Moscow to the less touristic districts and see the the oldest chocolate factory in Moscow, now home to many restaurants, clubs and art galleries. See the controversial monument to Peter the Great and discover why locals dislike it. Across the river, stroll in the Statue Cemetery of Muzeon Park. Let your guide show you the private view of local artists in the shadow of Tre...

    Very knowledgeable guide, we saw lots of places we may not have found on our own.

  • Moscow: Must-See Private Driving Tour

    9. Moscow: Must-See Private Driving Tour

    See the sights of Moscow on a private sightseeing tour and get driven around the city in the comfort of a car, whatever the weather. Pass the Hotel Moscow as you make your way to iconic attractions such as the onion domes of St. Basil's Cathedral and Lenin's Mausoleum on Red Square. Discover the ancient walls of the Moscow Kremlin, and then drive past the Bolshoi Theater and Metropol Hotel as you head towards the former headquarters of the KGB on Lubyanka Square. Continue along the banks of the Moskva River to see the impressive Cathedral of Christ the Saviour and the statue of Peter the Great. Take souvenir photos from Sparrow Hills at the highest point in the city. Stop at the 17th-century monastery of Novodevichy Convent, now a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site. Drive down Kutuzovsky Prospekt as you make your way to vibrant Arbat Street.

  • Moscow: Private Full–Day Walking Tour

    10. Moscow: Private Full–Day Walking Tour

    Take just one day in Moscow but get the best out of this sprawling city! See the most well-known and amazing places in Moscow.  Visit some of Russia's most famous sights, such as the Red Square, Saint Basil's Cathedral, Lenin's Mausoleum, the famous GUM department store, and the exterior of the culturally significant Bolshoi Theater. Explore the gorgeous public space at the Alexander Garden, pay your respects at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, and visit Christ the Saviour. Don't hesitate to ask for additional, personalized stops along the way. At a convenient time, take a break for lunch during your express tour.

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What people are saying about Moscow

Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 294 reviews

تجربة جميلة جدا وانصح الجميع ياخذونها، اول مره ازور موسكو و معلوماتي بسيطه، ڤلاديمير كان انسان جدا رائع لطيف جدا ومتعاون و معلوماته جدا رائعه.. كان على الموعد وانطلقنا من حائط تشاينا الى red square الى الكرملين و كان لطيف جدا معي دخلني اشوف جسد لينين و مرينا اماكن كثيره على طلبي، اما المترو فكان عبارة عن متاحف مصغرة.. فلاديمير كان لطيف لدرجة كان ياخذ لي صور لما اطلب منه لأني كنت لوحدي.. جدا ممتنه و شكرا جزيلا

Excellent experience and spectacular food I recommend doing the tour at night so that they see everything illuminated

It was amazing experience we really enjoyed. The Staff and everything was excellent.

Great tour and highly recommended for those interesetd in history

Amazing. Tour guide was super helpful and friendly