Moscow Photo Walks and Cultural Tours

Photo walk - "From Christ the Savior to St.Basil"

We start the tour near Christ the Savior Cathedral. Destroyed by communists and rebuilt at Yeltsin's time it has become a new symbol of Moscow. Then we go down the oldest line of Moscow metro and move to the very heart of Moscow, the Kremlin. There you'll see: Red Square, Lenin's Mausoleum, iconic St. Basil's Cathedral, Alexander's garden, the Tomb of Unknown Soldier, Moscow Zero Kilometer and historical department store The GUM where we stop for a snack in a Soviet style canteen. Read more... 

Photo walk - "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...

Photo walk - "Izmailovo Flea Market and Kremlin"

Izmailivo Flea Market (often called Vernissage) is a famous one-stop souvenir venue in Moscow. If you want to take a piece of Russia to you country this place is the best to visit. You can find there everything – from matreshka dolls to Soviet life-style propaganda posters, from samovars to bears skin rugs, from oil paintings to school and military uniforms at best prices than elsewhere in Moscow. Even if you buy nothing it’s a fun place to watch and take photos. Izmailivo Kremlin is located near by. It was built just few years ago as a replica of traditional Russian Kremlin, but has become a popular entertainment place not just among tourists but among Muscovites, too. There is a typical Russian wooden church, a bunch of cafes and workshops on its territory. If you like to know the history of Russian vodka welcome to the Vodka museum. Read more...

Photo walk - "Novodevichiy Convent"

Founded in 1524 by VasiliyIII (the father of Ivan the Terrible) in honor of the return of city Smolensk to Russia Novodevichiy Convent has become a shelter and sometimes a prison for many ladies of Russian Royal and boyar families. It survived during the Napoleon army occupation in 1812 and was used as the Museum of Women’s Emancipation at Soviet times. Being one of the best preserved samples of medieval Russian architecture it was proclaimed a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Read more...

Hotel interior portrait photosession

If you stay in a beautiful Moscow hotel you'd probably want to take an additional advantage of its interiors and use them as decorations for you photosession. Hotel room, bars, restaurants, lobby and corridors can be perfect backgrounds for business or casual style of portfolio which you'll be proud to display in social networks. Read more...

Individual Moscow photo walk 

This option is perfect for independent individuals who like to do everything according to their personal wishes. You will be able to create your own tour consisting of the best photographic spots in Moscow. Make your photo walk unique and be as flexible as you can. Bad weather? No problem, we shoot indoors. Found an interesting place not mentioned in either tour? We include it. Red Square is closed because of parade or demonstration? We take it's pictures from another side. Have your own concept of photo walk in mind? Perfect! Only the duration of the tour is fixed, the rest is up to you. Read more...