Moscow: Zamoskvoretche District Private Tour
- Go for a walk in the Zamoskvoretche district along the Moskva river
- Explore the history of the district, from the XVI century up until the time of the USSR
- Learn about the evolution of Russian religious architecture
- Discover more details about the last Russian emperor Nicolas II and the last Romanov
- Visit a unique site in Russia and less famous among tourists: the Martha and Mary Convent of Mercy
Discover the numerous, and sometimes hidden, churches and temples of this district. The variety of styles, from the old Nordic style, to the splendor of the imperial era, the delicacy of Russian traditional art, and the exuberance of Baroque, transform the area into a gallery of religious art. These buildings will help you to rediscover Russian history from another point of view.
Your guide will reveal the area's history, from the struggles against the Tartars to coups fomented by an empress. Hear the story of an extraordinarily skilled craftsmen who was honored with a noble title, and many other interesting anecdotes. End this walking tour by visiting the Martha and Mary Convent of Mercy, founded by the Grand Duchess Elizabeth Feodorovna, sister of the last Empress of Russia, who shared the same destiny as the royal family in 1918.
- 2-hour guided tour
- Access to the churches - if there are no ceremonies taking place
- Meals and drinks
Prepare for the activity
Meet your guide at the exit to Novokuznetskaya metro station. The station is located on the Zamoskvoretskaya line (green line). Your guide will be holding a sign with the supplier's logo on it.Open in Google Maps ⟶
- Sleeveless shirts
• Appropriate dress required: no shorts or visible shoulders; women are requested to bring a headscarf
• Mobile vouchers are accepted for this tour: you don't need to print anything