Exclusive tours and tours off the beaten
tourist track in Moscow

If, as a newcomer, you have special sights in mind or want to build a program off the beaten tourist track, or as a person who’s lived in Russia you are seeking new exciting and educating cultural experiences, we will be happy to recommend sights and activities and guide your through a program, that will enhance your cultural experience. Please, send us your request by email or fill in the form.

Grand Royal Palace in the Kremlin

Grand Royal Palace in the Kremlin

Grand Royal Palace in the Kremlin

Once the residence of the Tsars of Russia and the site of royal coronations, the Grand Royal Palace serves as the reception venue of the Russian President today. Despite its high status and restricted access policy. Private tours to the Royal Palace can be arranged today by an appointment.

Bolshoi Theater - Back Stage Tour and Tickets

Bolshoi Theater - Back Stage Tour and Tickets

Bolshoi Theater - Back Stage Tour and Tickets

The Bolshoi Theater Tour takes you around this world famous opera and ballet theater, one of the five preserved Imperial Theaters of Russia. You will visit the theater room with gilded interiors and crimson plush upholstery, take a seat in the box next to the royal box, go up the seven tiers to admire the massive crystal chandelier and the stage from above, and then climb even higher to touch some other secreets.

Kubinka Museum and Patriot Park Tour

Kubinka Museum and Patriot Park Tour

Kubinka Museum and Patriot Park Tour

This truly exciting, unusual out-of-town tour takes up one day. The Patriot Park is located 64 km to the West of Moscow, and today is represented by two sites. The first site which is known under its old name Kubinka Museum features one of the largest tank exhibitions in the world, and counts more than 300 tanks from WW1 and WW2 up to the newest designed during the Cold War, and almost half are fully functional!

Back to the USSR Tour

Back to the USSR Tour

Back to the USSR Tour

Touring Russia is not only churches, cathedrals and palaces; the Soviet Russia left behind an impressive and tangible heritage. This Tour includes the most visible landmarks commemorating this period of the Russian history: Lenin’s Mausoleum – Monument to the Victims of Political Repressions – Metro Ride – Lunch featuring USSR cuisine – All-Soviet Exhibition or Space Museum.

All-Soviet Exhibition Tour

All-Soviet Exhibition Tour

All-Soviet Exhibition Tour

The All-Soviet Exhibition of Achievements of the Socialist Economy is a sprawling, 783 acre landscaped park with alleys, lawns, fountains, and exhibition buildings among them – but do not be misled by the name, these building looks no way near modern exhibition halls – these are pompous, intricately decorated structures designed in the so called Stalin Empire style.

New Tretyakov Gallery

New Tretyakov Gallery

New Tretyakov Gallery

If you wish to see Russian avant-garde art, social realism and Soviet underground paintings, take a tour of the New State Tretyakov Gallery, in the building near the Gorky Park. Internationally acclaimed masterpieces by Vassily Kandinsky, Kazimir Malevich, Vladimir Tatlin, Mark Shagal, Pavel Filonov are on display here.

Soviet Moscow Tour

Soviet Moscow Tour

Soviet Moscow Tour

The USSR was a huge and ambitious state, an empire covering one-sixth of the Earth, a true superpower with many global achievements on the list. The Soviet Moscow Tour includes the most visible landmarks commemorating this period of the history: Park of the Fallen Idols – New Tretyakov Gallery – Metro Ride – Lunch featuring USSR cuisine – Space Museum or All-Soviet Exhibition.