Build Your Private Tour In Moscow

Here you can build your own private tour with GUYS². All you just need is to fill out the form below step-by-step. You can choose from variety of our tours to make your own one. Please follow our guidance below to build your own private tour in Moscow.

Guidance: Prices, Tours and Duration (click here to open it)

We have prepared for you 7 sections that have tours inside: 'Big Moscow Walking Tour', 'Must See', 'Palaces & Gardens', 'Churches & Monasteries', 'Museums', 'Soviet Moscow' and 'GUYS² Speciality'. Every tour in the section has its own small description and the additional information: 'What You Will See', 'Duration', 'Location' and 'Map'. You can choose any of them. As for the main tour - 'Big Moscow Walking Tour' - we have chosen main points and sights of Moscow that is possible to see during 2 - 3 hours walking tour. This tour doesn't include any museums - it is just walking tour. This tour is the best one for those our guests who doesn't have enough time in Moscow or just want to see major points of interest in Moscow in couple of hours. The price for this private guided tour is 100 USD per group (not more than 4 people). For those who have got a day for sightseeing we recommend to book the tours from section: 'Must See'. It is possible to include them all in one-day tour (a little bit tough but possible to do it in 8-9 hours) + 'Big Moscow Walking Tour'. The price for this private guided tour will be 35 USD per hour / per group (not more than 4 people). Every other tour price is 35 USD per hour / per group BUT depends usually on how many days you will spend with GUYS².


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 Book Tour #01

BIG MOSCOW WALKING TOUR (click to open)

Description

This Big Moscow Walking Tour is for those who hasn't got enough time to spend in Moscow or if you just want to see all the major sites in Moscow for couple of ours. During this walking tour we will pass by Tverskaya street, Kremlin, Manezhnaya Square, Pashkov House, Zhukov's Monument, Hotel 'Moscow', visit Red Square and GUM (inside), see the panorama of the Kremlin and the Red Square from Bolshoi Moskvoretsky Bridge, pass by Varvarka street with the Palace of Romanov Boyars and the Old English Court, visit the Church of All Saints (with it falling belfry), see former KGB office and Lubyanka Square and visit one of the oldes district in Moscow - Kuznetsky Most. At the end of the tour we will pass by Bolshoi Theatre and go down metro to see one of the most popular tourists destination - metrostation Ploschad' Revolutsii. This tour lasts up to 3 hours and the price is 100 USD per group (not more than 4 people). It is just walking tour. As it was mentioned if you have time and want a full day tour you can add all the points from section 'Must See'.

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What You'll See

  • Kremlin Walls and Towers
  • Tverskaya street
  • Mayor's Office and Monumet of Yuri Dolgoruki
  • Manezhnaya Square and Monument of Zhukov
  • Pashkov House
  • Lenin's Library
  • The Red Square and GUM
  • Bolshoi Moskvoretsky Bridge
  • Varvarka street and Zaryadie district
  • Palace of Romanov Boyars
  • Old English Court
  • KGB office and Lubyanka Square
  • Kuznetsky Bridge
  • Bolshoi Theatre
  • Metrostation Ploshad' Revolutsii

Duration & Difficulty

  • Up to 3 hours
  • Moderate

 Book Tour #02

The Kremlin (click to open)

Description

The Kremlin is the main place of Russia and the heart of Moscow and Russia. The Kremlin is a historic fortified complex and the site has been continuously inhabited since the 2nd century BC. The southwestern section of the Kremlin holds the Armoury building. Built in 1851 to a Renaissance Revival design, it is currently a museum housing Russian state regalia and Diamond fund.

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What You'll See

  • Kremlin Walls and Towers
  • Cathedral Square
  • Tsar Canon
  • Tsar Bell
  • Cathedral of the Dormition
  • Cathedral of the Annunciation
  • Cathedral of the Archangel Michael
  • Ivan the Great Bell Tower
  • Grand Kremlin Palace
  • Armory
  • Diamund Fund

Duration & Difficulty

  • Up to 4 hours
  • Moderate
 Book Tour #03

St. Basil's Cathedral (click to open)

Description

Russian Orthodox church erected on Red Square in Moscow in 1555–61 on orders from Ivan the Terrible. It commemorates the capture of Kazan and Astrakhan. It is like no other Russian building. Nothing similar can be found in the entire millennium of Byzantine tradition from the fifth to fifteenth century ... a strangeness that astonishes by its unexpectedness, complexity and dazzling interleaving of the manifold details of its design.

What You'll See

  • Eight Churches
  • Cathedral's Museum
  • Basement of the Cathedral
  • Galleries and porches
  • Famous murals
  • Monument to Minin and Pozharsky
  • Cathedral's outside garden

Duration & Difficulty

  • Up to 2 hours
  • Easy
 Book Tour #04

Moscow Metro (click to open)

Description

Opened in 1935 it was the first underground railway system in the Soviet Union. As of 2012, the Moscow Metro has 185 stations and its route length is 305.7 km. The system is mostly underground, with the deepest section 84 metres below ground at the Park Pobedy station. The Moscow Metro is the world's second most heavily used rapid transit system and famous for it's beauty.

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What You'll See

  • Komsomolskaya
  • Ploschad Revolutsii
  • Novoslobodskaya
  • Kievskaya
  • Kropotkinskaya
  • Mayakovskaya
  • Arbatskaya
  • Taganskaya
  • Any station you'd like to see

Duration & Difficulty

  • Up to 2 hours
  • Moderate

  • This tour is better to make after 09.00 pm (during work days) or in the morning (during weekend)
 Book Tour #05

MOSCOW-RIVER BOAT TRIP (click to open)

Description

If you want to see all the beauty of Moscow in 2 hours the best way is to have great Moscow-river boat cruise. During the cruise you will see all the major sights of Moscow including: Moscow State University, Hotel Ukraine, Gorky Park, Kremlin, Saint Basil’s Cathedral, Novodevichy Covent and many others.

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What You'll See

  • The Kremlin
  • Cathedral of Christ The Saviour
  • Moscow State University
  • Hotel Ukraine
  • Garky Park
  • Novodevichy Convent
  • Red October Factory
  • Luzhniki Stadium
  • The New Tretyakov Gallery

Duration & Difficulty

  • Up to 3 hours
  • Easy

 Book Tour #06

Kolomenskoe Estate (click to open)

Description

Kolomenskoe once was a small village far away from Moscow and was first mentioned XIV century. It was a former royal residence in real Russian tsar's style. And was very loved one by Ivan The Terrible.

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What You'll See

  • Church of Ascension
  • Front gates
  • Polkovhichyi chambers
  • Peter the Great house
  • Lion's Gates
  • Church of Our Lady of Kazan
  • Church of John the Baptist in Dyakovo
  • Polovets stone idol
  • Wooden Palace

Duration & Difficulty

  • Up to 5 hours
  • Hard
 Book Tour #07

TSARITSYNO ESTATE (click to open)

Description

Tsaritsino estate is known from the late 16th century. It was bought by empress Catherine the Great and where she wanted to built the new palace, but due to the history facts the palace remained unfinished.

What You'll See

  • Tsaritsino Park
  • Opera House
  • The rebuilted Palace
  • Russian pseudo-Gothic buildings
  • Orthodox Church of 19th century
  • Khlebny House

Duration & Difficulty

  • Up to 4 hours
  • Moderate
 Book Tour #08

Kuskovo Estate (click to open)

Description

Kuskovo was the summer country house and estate of the Sheremetev family. Built in the mid-18th century, it was originally situated several miles to the east of Moscow. It was one of the first great summer country estates of the Russian nobility, and one of the few near Moscow still preserved.

What You'll See

  • Palace of Kuskovo
  • Park of Kuskovo
  • The Grotto
  • The Dutch House
  • The Orangerie
  • The Dancing Hall
  • The Dining Room
  • Tapestry Room

Duration & Difficulty

  • Up to 6 hours
  • Moderate
 Book Tour #09

ARKHANGELSKOE PALACE (click to open)

Description

Arkhangelskoye is a historical estate located around 20 kilometers from Moscow. In XVIII Arkhangelskoye belonged to Galitzine, and from XIX to XX, to the Yusupov family. In 1917 the Yusupovs' property was nationalized by the Bolsheviks. The estate is famous with its exquisite collection of fine art including paintings, sculptures, furnitures, ceramics and interior.

What You'll See

  • The Big Palace
  • Park of Arkhangelskoe
  • Church of Archangel Michael
  • Catherine II Statue
  • Alexander III Column
  • Small Palace Kaprice
  • Pink Fontaine

Duration & Difficulty

  • Up to 9 hours
  • Hard

 Book Tour #10

NOVODEVICHY CONVENT (click to open)

Description

The Novodevichy Convent was founded in 1524 by Grand Prince Vasili III in commemoration of the conquest of Smolensk in 1514. It was built as a fortress at a curve of the Moskva River and became an important part of the southern defensive belt of the capital. It is probably the best-known cloister of Moscow. Its name, sometimes translated as the New Maidens' Monastery, was devised to differ from an ancient maidens' convent within the Moscow Kremlin. Unlike other Moscow cloisters, it has remained virtually intact since the 17th century.

What You'll See

  • Novodevichy Cemetery
  • Church of Our Lady of Smolensk
  • Icons endowed by Boris Godunov
  • Anton Chekov's Tomb
  • Nikita Khruschev's Tomb
  • Boris Eltsin's Tomb
  • Dmitri Shostakovich's Tomb

Duration & Difficulty

  • Up to 3 hours
  • Moderate
 Book Tour #11

DONSKOY MONASTERY (click to open)

Description

It is a major monastery in Moscow, founded in 1591 in commemoration of Moscow's deliverance from an imminent threat of Khan Kazy-Girey’s invasion. Commanding a highway to the Crimea, the monastery was intended to defend southern approaches to the Moscow Kremlin. Also famouse for it's cemetery. During Soviet period the remnants of many demolished monasteries and cathedrals were moved to the Donskoy Monastery.

What You'll See

  • The New Cathedral (XVII, Antichrist's Altar)
  • Cathedral of Our Lady of Smolensk
  • The Holy Gates
  • Tikhvin church
  • Aristocracy burial vaults
  • Old Necropolis
  • Daria Saltykova's Tomb

Duration & Difficulty

  • Up to 3 hours
  • Moderate
 Book Tour #12

ANDRONIKOV MONASTERY (click to open)

Description

It is a former monastery on the left bank of the Yauza River in Moscow, consecrated to the Holy Image of Saviour Not Made by Hands and containing the oldest extant building in Moscow. It is home to Andrei Rublev Museum of Old Russian Art, named after the most famous monk of this abbey.

What You'll See

  • Church of Michael the Archangel
  • The katholikon
  • Chapel of Dmitry Donskoy
  • Museum of Andrey Rublev
  • White Walls and Towers of Monastery
  • Old Necropolis
  • Burial vault of Lopukhins
  • Brother's Chambers

Duration & Difficulty

  • Up to 4 hours
  • Moderate
 Book Tour #13

YELOKHOVO CATHEDRAL (click to open)

Description

The Epiphany Cathedral at Yelokhovo, Moscow, is the vicarial church of the Moscow Patriarchs. The surviving building was designed and built by Yevgraph Tyurin in XIX. The original church in the village of Yelokhovo near Moscow was built in XVIII. It was there that Alexander Pushkin was baptised in 1799. Upon closing the Kremlin Cathedrals, the destruction of the Cathedral of Christ the Saviour the chair of Russian Orthodox Church was moved to Yelokhovo, the largest open church in Moscow.

Duration & Difficulty

  • Up to 3 hours
  • Easy
 Book Tour #14

CHURCH OF ST. NICHOLAS IN KHAMOVNIKI (click to open)

Description

Church of Saint Nicholas in Khamovniki is a late XVIIth century parish church of a former weavers sloboda in Khamovniki District of Moscow. The church is a federal listed memorial building. The church operates continuously singe 1849. It was never closed in the Soviet period. Leo Tolstoy lived in the church parish, two blocks to the north on the street now bearing his name.

Duration & Difficulty

  • Up to 3 hours
  • Moderate
 Book Tour #15

CHURCH OF ALL SAINTS NA KULICHKAH (click to open)

Description

Church of All Saints na Kulichkakh is one of the oldest churches in Moscow. The first wooden church at this place was built by Dmitry Donskoy most likely in 1380 after the Battle of Kulikovo. In the 14th century, the place chosen for the church was far away from the border of Moscow and the word kulichki became a synonym for at the world's end or in the middle of nowhere. Also belfry of this church is called as Russian Leaning Tower and is belived to be the home of devil.

Duration & Difficulty

  • Up to 1 hour
  • Easy
 Book Tour #16

CATHEDRAL OF CHRIST THE SAVIOUR (click to open)

Description

It is the tallest Orthodox church in the world. When Napoleon Bonaparte retreated from Moscow, Emperor Alexander I signed a manifest, 25 December 1812, declaring his intention to build a cathedral in honor of Christ the Saviour "to signify Our gratitude to Divine Providence for saving Russia from the doom that overshadowed Her" and as a memorial to the sacrifices of the Russian people. It was demolished during Soviet period and rebuilt in the end of XX century.

Duration & Difficulty

  • Up to 1 hour
  • Easy

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THE STATE TRETYAKOV GALLERY (click to open)

Description

The State Tretyakov Gallery is an art gallery in Moscow, Russia, the foremost depository of Russian fine art in the world. The gallery's history starts in 1856. The collection contains more than 130,000 exhibits, ranging from Theotokos of Vladimir and Andrei Rublev's Trinity to the Black Square by Kazimir Malevich.

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Duration & Difficulty

  • Up to 4 hours
  • Moderate
 Book Tour #18

THE STATE TRETYAKOV GALLERY NEW (click to open)

Description

The State Tretyakov Gallery New Exposition on Krymsky Val. The Gallery's collection contains the Russian art exhibits of XXth century. Here also you can visit Sculptures park with the sculptures of all soviet leaders and memorial of victims of GULAG.

Duration & Difficulty

  • Up to 4 hours
  • Moderate
 Book Tour #19

MUSEUM OF VLADIMIR MAYAKOVSKY (click to open)

Description

Museum of one of the most famous Soviet poets Vladimir Mayakovsky.The State Museum of Mayakovky was opened in Moscow in January, 1974 in the same house where poet lived from 1919 till his death in 1930. The museum believed to be as unusual as it could be because of Mayakovsky: his person was one of the most bright representatives of Russian Futurism and influenced a lot on the Russian Literature and Culture. Read more...

Duration & Difficulty

  • Up to 3 hours
  • Moderate
 Book Tour #20

MEMORIAL MUSEUM OF ASTRONAUTICS (click to open)

Description

It is a museum in Moscow, Russia, dedicated to space exploration. It is located within the base of the soaring Monument to the Conquerors of Space. The museum contains a wide variety of space-related exhibits and models which explore the history of flight; astronomy; space exploration; space technology; and space in the arts. The museum now features original interactive exhibits, as well as a refurbished promenade, the sculpture-lined Cosmonauts Alley which connects the museum to the Moscow metro. The museum is a favorite of students worldwide and a primary tourist attraction of the city.

Duration & Difficulty

  • Up to 3 hours
  • Moderate
 Book Tour #21

MOSCOW PLANETARIUM (click to open)

Description

Moscow Planetarium one of the biggest and oldest in the world. It was opend in 1929 and reconstructed in the beginning of XXI century. Now it is very popular attraction for tourist including Lunarium hall and Experemintarium exhibition.

Duration & Difficulty

  • Up to 3 hours
  • Easy-Moderate
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MUSEUM OF RUSSIAN VODKA (click to open)

Description

Russian Vodka Museum is the first museum in Russia and in the world dedicated exclusively to Vodka. Its exhibition tells about the drink which has been an integral part and essential attribute of Russian life for centuries. The museum gives a fascinating insight into the Russian history, culture and drinking traditions. There you can try different kinds of vodka or buy some souvenirs for your friends.

Duration & Difficulty

  • Up to 4 hours
  • Moderate
 Book Tour #23

MUSEUM OF MAXIM GORKY (click to open)

Description

Very famous Moscow house - Ryabushinsky House - is now famous for it's museum of Russian writer Maxim Gorky who lived here from 1931 till 1936. This house was the center of Soviet literature. And museum itself was opened in 1965.

Duration & Difficulty

  • Up to 3 hours
  • Moderate
 Book Tour #24

MUSEUM OF DOSTOEVSKY (click to open)

Description

This Museum of Fyodor Dostoevsky was opened in 1928 in commemoration of Russian writer Dostoevsky. Here Fyodor Dostoevsky was born and spent his childhood. Now you can see exhibition of personal belonging of Dostoevsky and some of his writings.

Duration & Difficulty

  • Up to 4 hours
  • Moderate
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MUSEUM OF LEO TOLSTOY (click to open)

Description

In this house Leo Tolstoy lived from 1882 till 1901 when he left it and dissapeared. He wrote here around 100 of his works. The Museum is surrounded by garden where Leo spent a lot of time thinking about his works. The house itself was built in the beginning of XIX century.

Duration & Difficulty

  • Up to 3 hours
  • Moderate
 Book Tour #26

THE BULGAKOV MUSEUM (click to open)

Description

This museum commemorates the life and work of author Mikhail Bulgakov in an apartment where he lived in Moscow and in which he set portions of his novel The Master and Margarita. Graffiti, including text from the novel and drawings of its characters, have decorated the external walls and stairwells of the apartment building since the beginning of perestroika. It is located about two blocks from Patriarch Ponds, the scene of the opening chapter of the novel, where the Moscow city government had planned to erected statues commemorating the novel.

Duration & Difficulty

  • Up to 3 hours
  • Easy
 Book Tour #27

MUSEUM OF VASNETSOV (click to open)

Description

One of the example of the old Moscow - Moscow before Soviet Times. This Museum was opened in 1953 and commemorates the life and works of Russian artist - Viktor Vasnetsov. There are a lot of things from the old Moscow times and the house itself looks like from Russian fairy-tale.

Duration & Difficulty

  • Up to 2 hours
  • Moderate
 Book Tour #28

MUSEUM OF MOSCOW RAILWAY (click to open)

Description

Rizhsky Rail Terminal is one of the nine rail terminals in Moscow, Russia. It was built in 1901. It was an active rail terminal but now it houses the Moscow Railway Museum. A lot of trains and cars from XIX and XX centuries.

Duration & Difficulty

  • Up to 3 hours
  • Moderate
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MUSEUM OF REVOLUTION (click to open)

Description

This house was former Gentlemen's club till Russian Revolution in 1917. From that time this place became a home of Russian Museum of Revolution. For nowdays it is the Museum of Modern History of Russia.

Duration & Difficulty

  • Up to 2 hours
  • Moderate
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MUSEUM OF ARCHEOLOGY OF MOSCOW (click to open)

Description

The museum acquired more than one million articles depicting life in the city throughout its history, from Moscow's ancient beginnings to the present day. This collection contains the archaeological finds, ancient tools, jewelry, bronze and stone items from most ancient period of Moscow history. There is a collection of maps and drafts which show how the city grew from year to year. Great number of photos recreate the important occasions, celebrations, and events of Moscow since middle of the 19th century to the present day.

Duration & Difficulty

  • Up to 2 hours
  • Easy
 Book Tour #31

PUSHKIN MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS (click to open)

Description

The Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts is the largest museum of European art in Moscow, located in Volkhonka street, just opposite the Cathedral of Christ the Saviour. The International musical festival Svyatoslav Richter's December nights has been held in the Pushkin museum since 1981.

Duration & Difficulty

  • Up to 3 hours
  • Moderate

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VDNKH (All-RUSSIA EXHIBITION CENTRE) (click to open)

Description

The exhibition was established February 17, 1935 as the All-Union Agricultural Exhibition (VSKhV) . An existing site (then known as Ostankino Park, a country territory recently incorporated into the city limits), was approved in August 1935. As a result, in August 1938 Nikita Khrushchev, speaking at the Supreme Soviet of the Soviet Union assembly, declared that the site is not ready, and the opening was extended to August 1939. It opened indeed August 1, 1939, and worked in 8AM - 11PM mode until October 25 (40,000 daily attendance). 1940 and 1941 seasons followed; after the German invasion, July 1, 1941 the exhibition was closed - until the end of World War II. This tour is the experience of Soviet Russia.

What You'll See

  • Pavilion of Leningrad
  • Pavilion of Armenia
  • Pavilion of Kyrgyzstan
  • Pavilion of Belarus
  • Pavilion of Uzbekistan
  • Pavilion of Karelia
  • Pavilion of Ukraine
  • Pavilion of North Caucasus
  • The Stone Flower Fountain
  • Space pavilion

Duration & Difficulty

  • Up to 4 hours
  • Moderate
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SEVEN STALIN'S SISTERS (click to open)

Description

The "Seven Sisters" is the English name given to a group of Moscow skyscrapers designed in the Stalinist style. Muscovites call them Vysotki or Stalinskie Vysotki, "(Stalin's) high-rises" (also Stalinist skyscrapers). They were built from 1947 to 1953 to commemorate Moscow 800s anniversary.

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What You'll See

  • Hotel Ukraine
  • House on Kotelnicheskaya
  • Ministry of Foreign Affairs
  • Moscow State University
  • House on Kudrinskaya Square
  • House on Krasnye Vorota
  • Hotel Leningradskaya
  • Sparrow Hills

Duration & Difficulty

  • Up to 8 hours
  • Hard
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GORKY PARK (click to open)

Description

Gorky Park was opened in 1928 and is located at Krymsky Val and situated just across the Moskva River from Park Kultury Metro Station. The Park was planned by Konstantin Melnikov, a world-famous soviet avant-garde and constructivist architect. Gorky Park was created by the amalgamation of the extensive gardens of the old Golitsyn Hospital and the Neskuchny Palace and covers an area of 120 ha along the river.

What You'll See

  • Entrance to Gorky Park
  • Neskuchny Garden
  • Krymsky Bridge
  • Park of Sculptures
  • Amusement Park
  • Ponds in Central Gorky Park
  • Ferris wheel

Duration & Difficulty

  • Up to 5 hours
  • Moderate-Hard
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TAGANSKY PROTECTED COMMAND POINT (click to open)

Description

The Tangansky Protected Command Point, also known as the exhbition complex bunker-42 is a once-secret military complex, bunker in Moscow, Russia, near the underground station of Taganskaya. It has an area of 7,000 square metres and is situated at a depth of 65 metres below ground. The Museum of Cold War. Construction of the facility began in 1951, in connection with the early threat of nuclear war with the United States. The underground complex was built the same technique that was used in the construction of the subway.

Duration & Difficulty

  • Up to 4 hours
  • Easy-Moderate

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KURYANOVO (click to open)

Description

There, in Kuryanovo, you will find small streets and two-storied houses which were built in the late Stalin’s period (around 1950-s) and that are still houses where people live (originally this district was build for the people who worked on the aeration factory which is near from there). It is impossible to find such place now anywhere in modern Moscow because mostly all the new districts now are very tipical for every city in the world.

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What You'll See

  • Small soviet buildings
  • Shops of Soviet times
  • Post office of Soviet times
  • Lenin's Monument
  • Feel rare Soviet atmosphere
  • Nikolo-Perervenskiy Monastery

Duration & Difficulty

  • Up to 4 hours
  • Moderate
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KRUTITSY METOCHION (click to open)

Description

“Krutitsy” in Russian means “sharp descent” because in the Middle Ages the bank of the Moskva-River where Krutitsy is situated now was very steep. Krutitsy was founded in XIII century by one of the Moscow Knyaz’ (Russian word for English “prince”). From XV century till the beginning of the XVIII century Krutitsy was one of the main residence of Russian Patriarchs.

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What You'll See

  • The Cathedral of The Assumption
  • The Church of The Resurrection
  • The Chambers of Metropolitan
  • Krutitsy Palace
  • The Palace
  • The Wooden Houses
  • Voskrecenskiy Passage

Duration & Difficulty

  • Up to 4 hours
  • Moderate
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RUSSIAN CUISINE MASTER-CLASS (click to open)

Description

We have a really hot and unique offer for everyone who wants not only to try Russian food but also wants to prepare it by themselves. Sergey is the professional in Russian cuisine and cooking so you have a very nice opportunity to get a master-class of Russian cuisine.

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Duration & Difficulty

  • Up to 4 hours
  • Easy
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NIGHT MOSCOW (click to open)

Description

If you want to see Moscow by night we can make you a night tour. The roadmap for this tour depends on you: what would you like to see? Some clubs, bars or just wlk the central part of the city? Everything is possible just let us know and we will make this tour for you.

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Duration & Difficulty

  • Up to 2-4 hours
  • Moderate


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