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A symbol of the Russian state and the seat of its President, one of the greatest architectural complexes in the world and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Moscow Kremlin is a real treasure house of magnificent historical relics and cultural monuments.

The word "Kremlin" means a fortress, typically a medieval citadel in the center of an medieval Russian city.

For centuries the Kremlin served as the residence of successive Russian heads of state and hierarchs of the Russian Orthodox Church. During a private tour a guide will provide more information about the significance of each building to the rulers of Russia.


See the marvelous jewelry, fancy carriages and dresses along with arms and weapon in this museum, based on a tzars’ treasury in the Armoury, the best museum of Moscow.

Red Square, St. Basil’s and GUM

The historical and architectural heart of Moscow, the UNESCO Heritage site, Red Square with its St. Basil’s cathedral, Lenin’s tomb and GUM shopping centre is the touristic “must”.

Moscow Metro

Moscow metro is not only another city transport, it is a real palace, faced with marble. Put into operation in the 1935 during Stalin’s ruling, it became the symbol of the new, workers’ country, where palaces were not only for riches, but for all. Your guide will show you several the most beautiful stations.

Tretyakov Art Gallery

The Tretyakov Art Gallery is the largest and the most valuable collection of Russian art, starting from 12th century icons to early 20th century painting.


Bolshoi Theatre

The elegant 19th century building (it is depicted on the Russian 100-rubles banknote), is a venue for world-class ballets and operas. The Theatre is just in 10 minutes walk from Red Square.

Novodevichy Convent

This breathtaking convent, located in a green area out of the city centre, used to be a place, where women from the royal family used to take on monastic vows.

Novodevichy Cemetry

This impressive, atmospheric cemetery, which is just next to Novodevichy convent, is the most prestigious one in the country. Visiting it gives a chance to learn more about the most prominent Russian people of the last century including Anton Chekhov, Stalin's wife Nadezhda Allilueva, Andrey Goromyko, Nikita Khrushev, Raisa Gorbacheva, Boris Yeltzin and many others.

Kolomenskoye Estate

This beautiful Estate used to be the favorite summer residence of the Russian tzars in the 16th to 17th Centuries. Ancient apple orchards, walls and gates, Kazan Church and the UNESCO protected Church of the Ascension have all survived from this period. Your private guide will show you the wooden palace of Tzar Alexis has been recently rebuilt using the blueprints of the original Palace and give a real taste of how this Russian Tzar’s family lived.

The Bunker - 42

This was a real shelter for the Soviet top commanders built soon after the WW2. In case of the beginning of a nuclear war, they could stay there, 60 meters below the ground level, for months. Ten years ago the bunker was turned into a museum, but a visitor can still feel scary thinking of how close we were to a nuclear catastrophe in the med 20th century.


VDNKh Exhibition Centre (now - The All Russia Exhibition Center) – This architectural ensemble was created by leading soviet architects, sculptors and other talented artists as the All-Union Exhibition of People's Economic Achievements. It represented every branch of industry and agriculture in the USSR. Today this exhibition centre with its magnificent buildings, huge open spaces and unique fountains can be deservedly described as a museum of socialist classic architecture (often referred to as Stalin’s Empire style).

The Cathedral of Christ the Saviour

The main cathedral of the country with an intricate destiny which vividly reflects the history of the whole country. Consecrated in the end of the 19th century, blown up in 1930ies and resurrected in 1990ies it will not leave you indifferent.


The Tsaritsino Estate

The Tsaritsino Estate is one of the significant monuments of 18th century Imperial Russia. Empress Catherine the Great chose this site on the outskirts of Moscow for her summer residence during a visit to Moscow in 1775. The palace, built by the best Russian architects, has been recently restored.

Space Exploration Museum

The first satellite, the first animal flight into space, the first manned spaceflight, the first spacewalk… All these achievements were celebrated in the USSR as the private achievement of every Soviet. In the Space museum you can see the preserved remains of pioneer canine cosmonauts Belka and Strelka, Yuri Gagarin’s space suit, and a full-size replica of the Mir space station to pop into and learn about the challenges Russian cosmonauts faced during their early expeditions into space.

Izmailovo market

The largest fair of decorative and applied arts, handicrafts, souvenirs and antiques. The best place to buy nesting dolls – Russian matryoshka, shawls with traditional Russian pattern, fur hats, various items with soviet symbolics. Your guide will make you familiar with Russian traditions and help you to bargain.

High Tea Ceremony

Enjoy the traditional Russian black tea accompanied by bliny, caviar, pastries served in an exquisite interior of the historical Metropol Hotel. 

History Museum

Ivan the Terrible, Peter the Great, Catherine... To put in order all this names from Russian history in your head, to learn about how Russians lived during their more than 1000 years history, you are welcome to this museum, which is just on the Red Square. Please check our museums page for more details.

Jewish museum

The Jewish museum continues telling stories of Russian Jews. You will have a chance to learn about the “attitude of Tsars to Jews and Jews to Tsars” in Russian Empire. The exposition shows why the Pale of Settlement appeared and how ideas of Zionism and Assimilation developed in late 19th and early 20th centuries. The museum describes the active role of Jews in the Soviet revolution and in life of the USSR at its early stage; the heroism of Jews in the Red Army in WW2 and Holocaust on the territory of the USSR; life of Soviet Jews after creation of the state of Israel; repressions against Jewish Anti-Fascist Committee led by the popular actor Solomon Mikhoels and Jewish Doctors’ Plot; movement of Refuseniks and dissidents, when Zionism was called a risk to security of the Soviet state. And many other interesting stories!

The Jewish museum has a unique design. It has a lot of documentary movies on display, interviews with prominent personalities and eyewitnesses of different historic events.  

Political History (Contemporary History of Russia) Museum

A tour of this popular museum will take you on a journey exploring the fascinating and, at times, controversial history of Russia over the past 150 years. You will leave with a real understanding of Russia's political development and of the impact it has had on its citizens.

What lead to the Russian Revolution? What caused the  Romanov tzar to abdicate the throne? How did the Soviets manage to build up their industry to such an extent in just ten years, and how did they defeat Nazi Germany? Beside this, you can also learn more about the Cold War, Perestoika, Gorbachev and the collapse of the USSR.



New Tretyakov gallery (the Russian Avant-garde Art)

The branch of the Tretyakov gallery displayed Russian art of the 20th century. The collection represent three main trends of the era: vivid and wild Avant-garde, official Sovialistic Realism and underground Nonconformism.

Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts

A world-famous museum boasts a collection of ancient rarities and Western Europe painting - from Egyptian sculptures to canvases of Rembrandt, Rubens, Bouche, etc. Please check our museums page for more details.

Gallery of 19th & 20th Century European and American Art (Pushkin Museum branch)

See canvases of Monet, Degas, Gauguin, Van Gogh, Picasso and other great artists. The splendid art collection, one of the best in the world, was gathered by two Russian art-lovers and contemporaries of these prominent impressionists and post-impressionists.

Diamond Fund

A place, where one must go, if admires jewelry. The Diamond Fund is a collection of precious stones, naturals nuggets and jewelry, exhibited in the Kremlin. Purest diamonds and largest nuggets of gold are on display, along with the breathtaking crowns of Russian emperors, covered with hundreds of sparkling gems.

Tsaritsyno Estate
Romanov Boyars’ Chamber Museum

What life did people live in Moscow 400 years ago? Learn about everyday life of Moscow nobles in the XVII century. The building, where the museum is, belonged to Romanov family, which became a last ruling family in Russia. According to the legend the first Romanov tsar, Mikhail Romanov, was born here.


Arbat street, which used to be one of the most prestigious residential areas in the XIX century Moscow, is a lively pedestrian zone now, packed with souvenir shops, street musicians and artists.


Leo Tolstoy House-Museum

Moscow dwelling of the world-famous author of War and Peace.

Sergiev Posad

A home for one of the gloriest monasteries in Russia and the nearest Golden Ring city. The Russians made pilgrimages there for centuries. Now you have a chance to make your own one, with a private guide and a driver. This trip takes about six hours.


This small town used to be one of major ones in old Russia 800 years ago. Now Suzdal is protected by UNESCO as an example of a medieval Russian town. Suzdal is 220 km away from Moscow, it takes about 4 hours to get there by car. This tour can be organized as an overnight one.

Aviation museum in Monino

A open air museum 40 km from Moscow extremely popular among aircraft enthusiasts.

Lenin's Gorki

A former aristocrats' estate near Moscow, where Vladmir Lenin lived last years of his life. This is the right place to learn more about Lenin's personality and the cult of his personality in the USSR. Besides, there is a picturesque park. Interiors of the main house feature art-noveau style and were designed by the leading Russian architect Shechtel. It takes just about an hour to get there from Moscow by car.

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