Must-see in Moscow
Moscow is a great combination of ancient history and business life. Old churches stand side by side with office buildings, underground you will find the most beautiful metro in the world, outside cars of the most expensive brands will drive past you.
When you come first time to Moscow, it is better to get acquainted with the city by visiting must-see points. Our agency of private 5-star tours is eager to show you Moscow. On our website you can find standard tour and our professional guides with great knowledge of English (or Spanish) and experienced drivers will do their best to present Moscow especially for you.
The oldest part of Moscow is Kremlin. Kremlin is the fortress inside which Moscow appeared a small distant village in the 12th century. Outside Kremlin you will take dozens of pictures with the most famous views of Moscow: Red Square with St. Basil Cathedral, Lenin mausoleum, GUM department store, Bolshoi Theatre and KGB building.
You will never miss huge golden dome of Christ the Savior Cathedral, which can house 10 000 people and which is still a functioning cathedral.
We are sure our guests are interested to experience tsar’s life for a while. Visit Kolomenskoe estate with wooden palace of tsar Alexey Mikhailovich. This palace was called the 8th wonder of the world in 17th century.
To add romantic note, your guide will take you to Swan Lake in Moscow by the wall of Novodevochy Convent, shelter of young maidens from royal and noble families of Russia.
World War II museum occupies vast territory of Bow Hill (Poklonnaya Gora). There are no chances to stay untouched by Hall of Sorrow with 3 million crystal tears or by Hall of Glory with names of almost 12 million militaries awarded with Hero medal.
You will have very well equipped vehicle for all your tour, where you will have some rest driving from one point to another, but your guide will advise you to see Moscow metro. There are no English signs there, but feel safe with our guides. For a moment you will forget where you are. Metro stations look like palace halls or museums being decorated with statues, stained glasses, mosaics and so on.
All our standard tours are flexible for changing. Tell what you are interested in and it will appear in your private guided tour.