Enjoy a guided visit to the Moscow Kremlin, and see all the treasures of the famous museums and Armory Chamber. “Kremlin” is not actually a specific place name, but means “fortress”. The most well-known Kremlin is, of course, the one in Moscow, at Red Square. And Red Square is not actually Red because of the red bricks, but because "red" in the old Russian language meant "beautiful". So…there are many kremlins in Russia and in Moscow alone we can show you a few!
In winter, Red Square turns into open-air skating rink.
Visiting Novodevichy Convent is like travelling back to the 16th century when it was built. The Novodevichy Convent is one of the key Orthodox complexes that played a crucial role in the history of religion and public life of Russia. At the same time, this monastery is one of the most beautiful architectural monuments in the country, a true masterpiece of the 16th–17th centuries. The Novodevichy Convent and cemetery were proclaimed a UNESCO World Heritage Site as they are an outstanding example of Moscow Baroque architecture.
Get to know the city by taking a metro ride to the place of your first visit. The Metro is one of the fastest ways to get anywhere in this city, and to avoid traffic jams.