Enjoy a guided visit to the Moscow Kremlin, and see all the treasures of the famous museums including the Armory. “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". And "Kremlin" meant a castle.
Take a walking tour in the city centre (GUM department store, St Basil's Cathedral, Nikolskaya street which surprisingly became "people's FAN zone" during FIFA World Cup 2018, KGB building, Bolshoi theatre). Finish a day with a glass of wine (or Russian Baltika beer) at one of cozy restaurants of Arbat street.
After the tour, you may enjoy yoga in the city parks, ride a bike or visit the art studio or use metro like locals do! Chat to your Discovery Russia Travel Specialist now to get the best ideas - some options are free of any charge!