Moscow in 3 days

Moscow three days tour allows to explore the city in more intimate and relaxed manner. You will be able to visit the most celebrated sights and enjoy rides around Moscow as well as walking. This tour is actually proved to be the most favourable for most of newcomers.

Day 1 (by car)

    Tverskaya Street
  • Red Square has always been a venue for markets, festivities, proclamations, parades and shows. St. Basil's Cathedral, the GUM department store, Lenin's tomb and bronze monument to Minin and Pozharsky are its the most prominent sights.
  • City Tour gives an opportunity to see many interesting places and makes the acquaintance of the historical layout of Moscow. We make a stop on the grounds of the Victory Park and near the Moscow State University on the Sparrow Hills to look at the city from its the highest point. We also visit following sights:

Persons

2

4

6

8 and more

Price per person

$215

$120

$90

$80

Prices include

licensed English-speaking guide; professional driver and Western vehicle (full day); entrance fees to the St. Basil's and the Novodevichy Convent

Duration of tour

7 hours


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Day 2 (walking + metro)

    Terem Palace in Kremlin
  • The Kremlin, a magnificent fortificated town on the right bank of the Moscow river, served a residence of Russian tsars and hierarchs of the Russian Orthodox Church. Today it has the head office of the Russian president. Our tour includes a visit to some ancient cathedrals of the Kremlin.
  • The Armoury Chamber holds the treasures of Russian tsars and emperors including royal regalia and carriges, Faberge Easter eggs and coronation attire.
  • The Moscow Metro Tour invites you to underground chambers stuffed with crystal chandeliers, statues and mosaics and crowded with millions of passengers.
  • Taking a stroll along the Arbat, the picturesque pedestrian street of old Moscow, is a good way to relax after a long day filled with new impressions. It is a nice place to buy a souvenir in a gift shop, to have dinner or to listen to street musicians.

Persons

2

4

6

8 and more

Price per person

$160

$105

$90

$80

Prices include

licensed English-speaking guide; entrance fees to the Kremlin and the Armory Chamber; metro cards
Diamond Fund is optional (USD 16)

Duration of tour

6 hours


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Day 3 (walking + metro)

    Maria Lopukhina by Borovikovsky
  • The Tretyakov Gallery, the most famous gallery of Russian art in the world, offers a fascinating travel into the world of mysterious beauty and dramatic life stories of Russian artists.
  • One hour walking tour around the Moscow downtown will help you to absorb your artistic impressions and get more acquainted with everyday life of Muscovites. Our path will lead us to a charming lovers' bridge visited by newly-weds and their friends. We make a stop near the House of the Government, the pre-war residential compound for the most devoted communists of the Stalin's state. You will be able to take photo of the Kremlin from the Patriarchal bridge.
  • The Cathedral of Christ the Saviour, the most remarkable Russian Orthodox cathedral, is the highlight of the tour. It is a monumental complex consisting of two churches, ceremonial halls of Russian archibishops, a museum.
  • The Pushkin Fine Arts Museum including the Impressionists' Gallery in Volkhonka Street is the final stop of the tour. You may either just take a look at the impressive storehouse of the antiquities and masterpieces of French Impressionists or make a visit to one of its branches.

Persons

2

4

6

8 and more

Price per person

$135

$75

$60

$55

Prices include

licensed English-speaking guide; entrance fees to the Tretyakov Gallery and the Pushkin Fine Arts Museum (main building); metro cards
Impressionists' Gallery is optional (USD 10)

Duration of tour

6 hours


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