MOSCOW CITY BREAK TOURS and EXCURSIONS

Moscow Break Itinerary

Create your perfect city break in Moscow.
We offer a basic itinerary which is subject to discussion and changes upon individual request.
We can design any program you like to make your stay in Moscow most knowledgeable, memorable and enjoyable.
 

Day 1 Explore the beautifully illuminated sights of Moscow during the evening city tour – Red Square, the heart of Moscow, the Kremlin – originally a fortress with Royal Palaces and a multitude of golden-dome churches and now the official residence of RF President, the lively Tverskaya Street with its numerous shops, cafes, bars and restaurants, Victory Park – a huge park-memorial to the Russian glorious victory in the war against the Nazi Germany. Enjoy the picturesque view on the whole of the city lying below with its peacefully twinkling lights from an observation platform at Sparrow Hills, an area where one of the seven so-called Stalin sky-scrapers or “wedding cakes” is located housing the best and the most prestigious Moscow State University named after Lomonosov.
Red Square Gallery  Kremlin Gallery Observation Platform Gallery
Day 2 Begin your day visiting one of the most famous Moscow’s landmarks – the Kremlin. Walk in the footsteps of Grand Princes, Tsars and Emperors of Russia on the Kremlin grounds. Enjoy the unmatched beauty of the sparkling golden domes of its graceful cathedrals and the innumerable treasures of the Russian rulers including the world-famous collection of priceless Faberge Eggs preserved in the State Armoury.
After lunch continue exploring Moscow downtown and feel the heartbeat of Russia on the famous Red Square widely known as the sight where the military parades were held during Soviet time. Explore the brightest symbol of the city – the extraordinary St. Basil’s Cathedral with its joyful multi-coloured domes. Wander through the aisles of the enormous GUM shopping mall – a stunning architectural masterpiece of the late 19th century now facing the official residence of President of Russia – the Kremlin Senate and see the famous Saviour Chimes - a symbol of Moscow. Go down and up the moving stairs of the new underground shopping mall "Okhotny Ryad" decorated with marbles, glass and fountains.
Visit the main Orthodox Cathedral in Russia – the Cathedral of Christ the Redeemer, an impressive sight with a tragic history – blown up by Stalin, it was turned into a public swimming pool and was only recently built anew as a symbol of revival of Russian Orthodoxy. See a remarkable historic place – the colourful New Maiden Convent.
Visit the world-famous Bolshoi Theatre, the brightest cultural gem in the crown of Moscow attractions. Or enjoy the entertaining performances in the Moscow Circus which is by right considered one of the best in the World.
Kremlin Gallery Gallery
Day 3 Take a ride on Moscow Metro – an architectural wonder of underground palaces lavishly decorated with marble, bronze, cut gold and porcelain, elegant chandeliers, marvellous frescoes and mosaics.
Take a walk along the only pedestrian street in Moscow – Old Arbat street famous for its wonderful mansions, pavement cafes, and artists.
Izmailovo souvenir market offers a wide range of Russian souvenirs – matryoshkas, lacquer boxes, Easter eggs, etc. 
Night City Gallery Tverskaya Street Gallery OLd Arbat Street Gallery

Hotels
 

Hotel Rating Moscow Hotel
*** Izmailovo Delta
**** Ukraina
**** Radisson Slavyanskaya
****+ Marriott Aurora


Tours and Excursions in Moscow
 



 

 

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