Cathedral Square is the central square of the Moscow Kremlin where all of its streets used to converge in the 15th century. The square is also the scene of the daily changing of the Horse Guards.
Take in fantastic views on this memorable and spectacular tour. Visit the historical, spiritual and political heart of Moscow and the city's most famous landmark.
A visit to the Tretyakov Gallery is a definite must for anyone interested in Russian art and culture. The Tretyakov Gallery houses one of the most celebrated and extensive collections of Russian art and artifacts in the world.
Standing magnificent at the head of Red Square is St. Basil's cathedral. Russia's most recognized building was built in 1561. While the view from outside is spectacular and rightly famed, it is certainly also worth a visit inside.
Visit the largest depository of historical documents and relics of the 1941-1945 period.
Prepare to be amazed as you descend into the underground metro system and see the best bits of the city on this Moscow tour.
On this historical Moscow tour you'll see the city from a fresh, unique perspective, aided by the help of a local guide who knows all the insider info. Wave goodbye to the stuffy walking tours of yesteryear and dive into authentic local Moscow life!
Moscow, Russia’s capital city, is steeped in history and home to 20million inhabitants.
The main landmark of Pushkin Town is Catherine Palace. The marvelous Catherine Palace and park is a famous and very romantic place. Many historical films were shot in the interiors of the palace and other sights.
The Hermitage Museum is one of the oldest and largest museums in Russia and ranks among the most prestigious museums in the world. It is located in 5 historical buildings, one of which is the Winter Palace – the former residence of the Russian Imperial family. The state rooms of the Winter Palace are magnificently decorated with marble malachite, jasper and lapis lazuli, which provide a fine background for the Hermitage’s many treasures.
The Peter the Great's palace and park are often referred to as "the Russian Versailles" although many visitors conclude that the comparison does a disservice to the grandeur and scope of this majestic estate.
Paul's Palace construction works started in 1780. Palace building now looks authentic and, in comparison with other palaces, still feels livable. The Pavlovsk Park is all beauty and peace. It is filled with the spirit of Russia.
The State Russian Museum is the finest collection of Russian art from ancient icons to avant-garde and Soviet material, housed in the Mikhailovsky Palace.
The Castle is a beautiful and unusual architectural phenomenon for St. Petersburg. St. Michael's Castle also called the Mikhailovsky Castle or the Engineers Castle. The castle was used for the Army Engineers School.