Moscow Photo Walks and Cultural Tours

Cultural tour - "Best Moscow landmarks in 3 hours"

First time in Moscow? This tour is highly recommended for a start. Within a short time you'll see the most important Moscow landmarks: Red Square, Lenin's Mausoleum, St. Basil's Cathedral, the Kremlin wall, Alexander's garden, the Tomb of Unknown Soldier, Moscow Zero Kilometre, Christ the Savior Cathedral. You will enjoy the Moskva river views, go down to the oldest line of metro, relax by the fountains of Maneznaya Square and take a snack in authentic Russian restaurant. I'll give you all the information you need to feel comfortable in the capital of Russia - how to buy tickets, where to find a trustworthy taxi, how much to pay for services and goods, which souvenirs are best. Please, prepare your own questions! Read more... 

Cultural tour - "The treasures of Moscow Kremlin"

During this tour we focus on the masterpieces hidden behind the Kremlin Wall. This tour is a great addition to “Best Moscow landmarks in 3 hours” or “From Christ the Savior to St.Basil”. Some people prefer to combine them, but if you have time, I recommend you to take these itineraries on different days, because each of them is quite intense. Inside Moscow Kremlin you will see: magnificent palaces of Russian sovereigns and emperors, the Arsenal building, the elegant medieval cathedrals, the Big Bell and Big Cannon, the famous Diamond Fund and The Armoury Chamber museums and much more. The tour ends with a dinner at a Russian restaurant. Read more...

Cultural tour - "The best of Moscow Metro"

Metro in Moscow is not just for transportation. It’s a huge underground museum where you can enjoy the best samples of Soviet art and architecture. During this tour we visit the most remarkable stations, built in Stalin Empire style: Mayakovskaya, Kievskaya, Novoslobodskaya, Komsomolskaya and Revolution Square, then go deeper into the history exploring vintage trains in Moscow Metro museum. Read more...


Cultural tour - "VVC (former VDNH) - back to the USSR

Built in 1939 VVC (former VDNH) was the largest in the USSR exhibition to display the country’s economy achievements. It was planned as a temporary venue, but due to its enormous success became permanent. Now VVC an open-air museum where you can see some of the best samples of Soviet architecture and science. Though the buildings are quite run-down at the moment and need restoration, watching the Fountain of People’s Friendship, The Worker and Kolkhoz Woman monument, the Gagarin’s Space ship “Vostok” you can still feel the spirit of the bygone Empire. Read more...