➤ Arrive Moscow, meet & greet at the airport
➤ Transfer to the hotel in the downtown
➤ At leisure
➤ Group tour: meet your fellow travelers for a welcome dinner
The heart of Russia and one of the oldest cities in the country, Moscow was founded in 1147. It is a city of bright contrasts where quiet patriarchal courts and small streets adjoin to futuristic business centers, and old neighborhoods are interspersed with modern high-rises. World-famous sightseeing spots such as St Basil's Cathedral, the Kremlin & Red Square, the Tretyakov State Art Gallery, hundreds of amazing sights and beautiful places attract tourists from all around the world. We at Discovery Russia have carefully selected the most exciting places to visit and things to do in Moscow. Welcome aboard!
We invite you to discover the Town. A unique place which over 15 millions call home. Let Moscow grown on you when you see oaks in Kolomensky Park which are the peers of the city, over 800 years; or learn how to use Moscow metro (when trains move to the city center, announcements are made with male voices, and from the center - with female voices. This is done for the blind so that it is easier to navigate); or - no kidding- call police to fine a dog owner - there is a law prohibiting dogs from barking from 11 pm till 7 am. 23 to 7 a.m. When you explore narrow ancient streets and modern high end City, blend with locals and go out .
The full length of Profsoyuznaya Street - the longest in Moscow - is 14 kilometers.
Indigenous Muscovites can call themselves those who live in the city of the fourth generation. There are no more than 2% of them left in Moscow..
There are 3544 steps in the Ostankino TV Tower and it holds speed races sometimes. The absolute record belongs to the runner who defeated the entire height of the TV tower in astonishing 11 minutes 55 seconds!.
Tell us more about your preferences (what about a tank ride?) and your Discovery Russia destination expert will carefully curate the ideal Moscow experience
Each of our professional guides offers a unique perception and historical knowledge of the city - be sure to make the most of their expertise. For the first evening in the city, we recommend a visit to Zaryadye Park, where you can view a 3D-film on Moscow's history and 4D movie about Russia's greatest highlights from east to west. Located right next to the Kremlin and Red Square, Zaryadye Park is an attraction in and of itself, boasting a spot on Time Magazine’s 2018 ‘100 places to visit now’ list.