City tours for first visit to Moscow

These guided tours I can recommend for those who will come to Moscow for the first time. Your private guide will help you to explore this fascinating city. I’ll be happy to build an efficient programme to maximize the time of your Moscow stay and make a truly inspiring experience.

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Walking Tour of Central Moscow with a Metro ride

Walking Tour of Central Moscow with a Metro ride

Walking Tour of Central Moscow includes all the essentials, such as Red Square with its key sights St. Basil’s Cathedral, GUM and State History Museum. It includes Soviet history icons, such as Lenin’s Tomb and KGB HQ, and cultural icons such as the Bolshoi Theater and the Metropole Hotel built in the Moscow Art Nouveau style. Following the walking tour we offer a metro ride with your private guide.
Armoury Museum in Kremlin

Armoury Museum in Kremlin

State Armoury is a stunning Treasury and the largest museum in the country for decorative and applied arts. Please, do not confuse with the Arsenal in Moscow or the Hermitage in St. Petersburg. Here you can see no pictures but magnificent Tsar regalia, crowns, thrones, historical carriages and clothes, ambassadors’ gifts and world-famous Fabergé Eggs.
Novodevichiy Cemetery Tour

Novodevichiy Cemetery Tour

The tour of the Novodevichiy Cemetery is indeed an exciting journey through the cultural and political history of Russia, complete with a pleasant walk through the shady alleys away from the noise of the city. Nikita Khrushchev, Boris Yeltsin, Raisa Gorbacheva, Nikolai Gogol rest in peace under the shade of century-old trees here, along with a host of Soviet-era heroes, scientists, and generals.
River Cruise in Moscow

River Cruise in Moscow

An excellent alternative, or addition to, the Sightseeing Tour of Moscow is the Moscow River Cruise. The Moscow River meanders through the city making several loops past all the key sights, such as Stalin Skyscrapers, the University Campus, Olympic Stadium, the Gorky Park, Monument to Peter the Great, Christ the Saviour Cathedral and, of course, the Kremlin.
New Maiden Convent with guide

New Maiden Convent with guide

New Maiden Convent is a truly medieval, virtually unchanged architectural ensemble located in the centre of the city, and listed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. It is a must-see on any quality sightseeing itinerary and a rare opportunity to explore the medieval Russian architecture and lifestyle without traveling far.
Moscow Metro Tour

Moscow Metro Tour

Designed by the Soviet Government, the Moscow Metro was built to impress, and truly serves this purpose today. Visit the “underground palaces for the people” with your private guide and admire the huge Byzantine mosaics, life-size bronze statues, stained glass panels, frescos and all sorts of marble, granite and other varieties of decorative stones.
Moscow by Night Tour

Moscow by Night Tour

Sightseeing tour of Moscow and visits to the key sights with your private guide will certainly enhance your connection to the Russian culture and knowledge of the Russian history, but it’s the Moscow by Night Tour that will make you experience complete and will reveal all Moscow’s beauty. Moscow is, indeed, a vibrant megalopolis, a true international capital, a city that never sleeps.
Moscow City Tour

Moscow City Tour

The best way to see Moscow is the City Sightseeing Tour. Your private guide will take you around to all of the key sites in Moscow to cover up to 100 km. Explore Red Square to be impressed from St. Basil’s Cathedral, build in time of Ivan the Terrible. Find the icons of Communism: Lenin Mausoleum and KGB. Take a panoramic view of the residence of Russian rulers Kremlin from Patriarch Bridge.
Private Kremlin Tour with Guide

Private Kremlin Tour with Guide

To tell the truth, Kremlin is one must. Often people think that the Kremlin is just an ancient fortress. But once you go in, you will be amazed, because in the past it was a real town. All architectural monuments and treasures, that you can see in the residence of Russian rulers, will elucidate the history of Russia.
The State Tretyakov Gallery

The State Tretyakov Gallery

If you wish to learn what Russian art is, how it’s developed and what makes it different from Western European art, take a tour of the State Tretyakov Gallery. With 170 000 pieces of artwork in storage, and 10 000 pieces on display, the State Tretyakov Gallery is, arguably, the biggest collection of Russian art in the world.