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Moscow: Panorama360 Observation Deck Entrance Ticket

1. Moscow: Panorama360 Observation Deck Entrance Ticket

Visit the highest observation deck in Europe and enjoy breathtaking views of the Kremlin, Moscow State University and Poklonnaya Hill, as well as 8 different entertainment areas. Start your visit with a ride in a high-speed elevator to reach the top floor of the building. Download the free app and turn your phone into a tour guide as you listen to tales of the sights you see. Afterwards, visit the highest factory in the world where you can enjoy unlimited ice cream samples and savour freshly-made chocolates. Later, discover the history of Moscow with an immersive movie at the mini-cinema before stopping at the restaurant for a bite to eat. There is also a gift shop where you can pick up some souvenirs before heading back down to earth.

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Moscow: Moscow City Museum, 56th floor, Empire Tower

2. Moscow: Moscow City Museum, 56th floor, Empire Tower

Visit the Moscow-City Museum, Russia’s first and only museum of skyscrapers and high-rise construction. Located on the 56th floor of the Empire skyscraper, right in the epicenter of Moscow’s business hub, the museum has an unforgettable panoramic view of the city’s major landmarks from 215 meters above ground level. The museum is divided into two parts, the history of high-rise architecture in Moscow and the history of Moscow City. In the historical part of the exposition, discover how Moscow grew tall, from the bell tower of Ivan the Great to Stalin’s Seven Sisters and the Moscow-City skyscrapers. Uncover the history of creating a city of skyscrapers in the center of Moscow. Find out what was conceived versus what actually came to be. This can be explored in the projections of such prolific architects as Zaha Hadid and Norman Foster, whose work was never implemented, and holds a prominent place on display at the museum.

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Moscow City and Metro Tour

3. Moscow City and Metro Tour

Climb aboard a classic soviet van for a 3 hour guided excursion through Moscow. From Red Square, Cathedral of Christ the Saviour to Moscow State University, discover the best spots of Russia's capital. Your tour will make 7 stops totalling no less than 12 major city sights. Explore Moscow comfortably in a cozy van with snacks and drinks served along the way. The last stop of this portion of the tour is Red Square from where you'll be taken to a typical Russian restaurant in case you're feeling hungry. Take the opportunity to taste a specialty of the region.  After your quick bite, dive into an impressive underground network more than 33 meters below ground. See an underground museum decorated by great Soviet artists and experience the Muscovites’ favorite form of transport, by metro. Visit 6 different metro stations with a local guide and rediscover Russian history from a new perspective. Head back above ground to complete your tour with a visit to 3 of the Seven Sisters skyscrapers. 

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Moscow: Guided Rooftop Experience

4. Moscow: Guided Rooftop Experience

Meet your guide in front of the entrance to Kropotkinskaya metro station. After a safety briefing, ascend to the roof of the building with your guide. The experienced and knowledgeable tour guide will make your stay on the roof not only safe but also interesting. If you think you have seen Moscow from all sides, be prepared to be surprised with a new perspective of Russia's capital. In the glorious skyline of Moscow, you will easily recognize its major architectural gems, including the Kremlin, Christ the Savior cathedral, Stalin's skyscrapers, the skyscrapers of Moscow City, and the unique architecture of the city's central districts. You will also see beautiful views over the Moscow river, the monument to Peter the Great, and the Red October chocolate factory. After the guide's commentary about the main monuments of the city, you will have time to take pictures. The guide will make sure you get the most amazing photos from the best angles. You will then follow your guide back to ground level.

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Moscow: City, Metro, and Food Tour with Lunch

5. Moscow: City, Metro, and Food Tour with Lunch

Discover Moscow on this comprehensive full-day tour that explores the city, metro, and food scenes. Hop aboard a bus to discover iconic spots in the city and enjoy lunch before exploring the metro underground. Top off your excursion with a visit to a Russian market to taste local specialties. City Tour Come on board a classic Soviet van to discover the Russian capital during a 3-hour guided city tour. Sightsee and discover Moscow’s secrets and mysteries as you enjoy Russian caviar and champagne. Enjoy 7 stops at key points and see no less than 12 important places such as Saint Basil’s Cathedral, Red Square, Moscow State University, the Russian Academy of Sciences, and more. Lunch & Metro Tour After getting dropped off at the Red Square, meet your next guide. Then, it’s time to eat. Visit a typical Russian restaurant and enjoy typical dishes from the region. With a filled stomach, you’ll be ready to dive more than 33 meters below ground in Moscow’s subway. Decorated by soviet artists and renowned as one of the most astonishing underground networks in the world, the muscovite metro is a real underground museum. During the metro tour, explore 3 of the most atypical stations. Learn another angle of Russian culture and local life while taking the metro. Food Tour Coming back to the surface, you’ll end up just in front of the Danilovsky Market, an authentic and charming food market located under a dome-shaped roof. Take a walk along the stacks of teas, cakes, meat, fruits, and vegetables and experience a typical Russian atmosphere. Complete your experience tasting specialties of the region like cheeses, caviar, or cakes and drinking tea, mors (fruit drink), or kvac (fermented drink). Learn the ins and out of Russian traditions and gastronomy.

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Moscow: Panoramic Moscow Walking Tour

6. Moscow: Panoramic Moscow Walking Tour

Moscow is one of the most vibrant European capitals. It can keep visitors busy for months as they strive to discover its monuments, architecture, history, art, green spaces, churches, and much more. Throughout this tour you will discover a plethora of interesting facts, including how Red Square was once a market square where traders would sell their goods. You'll encounter the infamous Lenin’s Mausoleum house, and find out whether or not it is possible that Moscow’s Kremlin is the biggest active fortress in Europe. You'll also discover the first university founded in Russia, before visiting Red Square, the Moscow River, the Bolshoi Theatre, the State Department Store, Moscow State University, the Kremlin, St. Basil’s Cathedral, ancient orthodox churches, and the modern financial district of Moscow City. Throughout your tour you will hear interesting secret stories about the former headquarters of the KGB-organization, Stalin’s skyscrapers, Soviet-style buildings, and much more.

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What people are saying about Moscow International Business Center

Overall rating

4.2 / 5

based on 165 reviews

2nd part Metro tour was great!

The information that no German gide was available and that we would be picked up directly from the hotel the day before was great. The first part of the tour with the various points (7 sisters, basilica, etc.) was not so good, we would have found out on our own. But driving a car from the Soviet era made a lot of competition. The tour in the metro stations was very exciting and entertaining. Our guide Ilja enriched this with a lot of joy and background information. It was great including the snack at the end. Thanks!

We thought for a long time about the observation deck, higher on the 89th floor in the Federation Tower, or lower on the 56th floor in the Empire. As a result, they chose the Empire and did not regret it. The excursion is small, but interesting, the views are beautiful, and most importantly, the fog on the 56th floor is much less likely to meet in cloudy weather (by the way, girls from the 89th floor came down with us on the excursion, paid, but saw nothing - just a white haze and that's it ).

Beautiful experience with VR you have a panoramic view of Moscow that you will remember forever. The same goes for the view from the museum. The history of Moscow's skyscrapers and a new and luxurious location are very interesting.

Beautiful view of Moscow. Interesting exhibition on architecture. Less suitable for shooting due to tinted glass.

Everything works smoothly! Great experience! Must see in Moscow!