Moscow Tours

Moscow: then-and-now

Tour Description (pdf)

Day 1:

City tourDioramaRiver cruise

Day 2:

Metro tourRed Square Moscow Printing Chambers

Day 3:


Meeting with the guide in the lobby of a hotel

Sightseeing tour of the Russian capital - here you will see places of interest, architectural monuments, and museum that are among the finest in the world: the main street – Tverskaya, the Cathedral of Christ the Savior – the main temple of Russia, the monument to Peter I on the Moscow river, Moscow state University – the oldest University in Russia and the largest University building in the world. You will walk on the observation deck of the Sparrow hills - this is the cult place for all guests of the city, it offers a fascinating panorama of the city where you can see the stadium "Luzhniki", Novodevichy monastery, skyscrapers of the business quarter "Moscow City", famous Stalin's skyscrapers and more.

Free time for lunch.

Visit the unique diorama of Moscow in one of Stalin's skyscrapers - the former hotel "Ukraine". Diorama was created in 1977 by order of the USSR Foreign Ministry to the national exhibition in America, where it caused a sensation. It demonstrates the center of Moscow and its surroundings as they looked in 1977, and is characterized by a detailed study, a high degree of accuracy and reliability.

The Radisson Royal River Cruise: Flotilla "Radisson" is ultramodern river yachts with restaurant service on board, designed for sightseeing walks along the Moscow River. You will admire some of the most magnificent attractions of Moscow: Zaryadye Park, the Moscow Kremlin, Saint Basil's Cathedral, and many others.

Ending program in the berth. Free time. Return to the hotel by yourself.

Meeting with the guide in the lobby of a hotel

Metro tour. Visiting the Moscow Metro is one of the focal points of every tourist's itinerary. Most of its central stations are like a public-open museum, and, each of them has its very own backstory, both about its building process, and the historical event.

Walking tour to the renowned Red Square, near the 16th Century St. Basil's Cathedral, one of the most famous pieces of architecture in the world, plus the constructivist pyramid of Lenin's Mausoleum.

Free time for lunch.

A unique excursion to the oldest civil construction of the Moscow Printing Chambers (this is a restricted area) and a visit to the remaining part of the Kitay-Gorod wall. You will learn how Moscow has changed over time and see perfectly preserved authentic ancient wall paintings, unique furnaces covered with ancient tiles. You will go down to the vaulted basement of the Chambers, the cellars of this vaulted basement date back to the XIV century! It is assumed that there were hidden underground tunnels to the Kremlin.

Ending program in the city center. Free time. Return to the hotel by yourself.

Meeting with the guide in the lobby of a hotel.

Excursion to the museum-estate "Kuskovo" - the former summer entertainment estate of count Sheremetev. Built in 1769-1775 years Palace– a rare example of a country house, fully preserved to this day with authentic elements of interiors. Museum-estate "Kuskovo" is the only specialized Museum in Russia, which contains the world's largest collection of ceramics, porcelain and glass in many countries of Europe and the East. During the tour you will walk through the only regular French Park in Moscow, admire the sculptures of the Park, visit one of the pavilions, and hear the beautiful love story of count Peter Sheremetev and his serf actress Parasha Zhemchugova.

Transfer to the city centre. Ending program in the city centre. Free time. Return to the hotel by yourself.


Number of people 2 pax 4 pax 6 pax 8 pax 10 pax
Price per person in EUR* 486 €  264 €  191 € 

158 € 

134 € 

*We offer discounts for groups more than 10 pax. To enquire about group rates, please contact us. 

This tour is available all year long and includes:

  • English-speaking guide’s services
  • Comfortable transportation with A/C
  • Admission fees to all museums according to the program

Price doesn’t include:

  • Accommodation
  • Tips
  • Lunch
  • Photo and video shooting fee