Red Square and surroundings walking tour — Journey through the Russian history by exploring the most famous square in the country.
Walking through the empty halls of the theater, learn the history of Bolshoi.
Throughout the centuries the Kremlin was inseparably associated with the history of Russia and tsars’ family. Today it is an official residence and a headquarter of the Russian president, although it’s a grand complex of museums and a busy visitor attraction, the many parts of which are open to public, including the territory with its Cathedrals and the Armory Chamber which is the depository of outstanding masterpieces of applied art, tsars’ decorations, carriages, silver ware, jewellery.
This is a perfect alternative to City Tour by bus. The most remarkable sights of Moscow: Kremlin, Novodevichy Convent, Peter the Great monument, St. Basil’s Cathedral, University and other symbolic monuments viewing from the waterside.
Height and incredible stunning views, which opens from anywhere in the restaurant restaurant in Moscow City. This is the 85th floor — the highest restaurant in Europe. Above is only love! Here, all of Moscow, as in the palm of your hand. A place where you need to order a cocktail and watch the sun go down, coloring the sky and clouds in pink and purple tones.
The State Tretyakov Gallery is the national treasury of Russian fine art and one of the greatest museums in the world. The Gallery’s collection consists entirely of Russian art and artists who have made а contribution to the history of Russian art or been closely connected with it. The collection contains more than 130 000 works of painting, sculpture and graphics, created throughout the centuries by successive generations.
Directly opposite the Mausoleum, on the eastern side of the square, lies the building which houses Russia’s most famous shopping mall — the State Department Store, GUM.