Visit St Basil's Cathedral at Red Square on a private 4-hour walking tour of Moscow. Stroll down Arbat Street; one of the oldest avenues in Moscow. See the magnificent Cathedral of Christ the Savior and ride the Moscow metro to see its grand stations.
What to Expect
In this grand Russian capital of 13 million people, it helps to have a guide. Get picked up from your hotel reception, then head to the most beautiful metro in the world with your guide on a private 4-hour walking tour of Moscow.
Head to the historical center of Moscow. The Kremlin and the cathedrals, monasteries, fortresses and preserved boyar’s palaces demonstrate the unique culture and art of the late Middle Ages in Russia.
During your personalized tour, visit Red Square and St Basil’s Cathedral; its ice-cream colored domes are straight from a fairytale.
Walk along Arbat street, one the oldest avenues in Moscow. In the mid 1980s, Arbat became the first pedestrian street in the city, and it's now the lively Russian version of Barcelona's La Rambla. See street singers perform and musicians play. Watch artists draw portraits of visitors, and hunt down some souvenirs along the way.
Stop at the Cathedral of Christ the Savior and enjoy the metro ride there. A unique architectural experience, major stations built by the Soviets in the 1930s look like palaces which have been richly decorated with marble, stained-glass windows, and sculptures.