The State Hermitage Museum and the Palace Square
The Venice of the North
The Catherine's Palace
342 islands and 800 bridges
Red Square and St. Basil's Cathedral
The City that never sleeps
Enjoy a guided visit to the Moscow Kremlin, and see all the treasures of the famous museums including the Armoury. “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".
A must see in Russia, St Basil's Cathedral is a construction of outstanding beauty.
Take a walking tour in the city centre (GUM department store, St Basil's Cathedral, Bolshoi theatre, Nikolskaya street which surprisingly became "people's FAN zone" during FIFA World Cup 2018, make a photo in front of always-on-duty KGB building, Bolshoi theatre).
Get to know the city by taking a metro ride to our next stop. Metro is the fastest way to get anywhere in this city, and to avoid traffic jams.
If you want to see the Bolshoi, it’s a good idea to book your tickets in advance!
Guided tour to the Novodevichy Convent. It was founded in 1524 to celebrate the victory over Lithuania. The oldest building is the white Cathedral, with 16th-century frescoes. Novodevichy is the functioning monastery, please respect and be dressed accordingly.