• This tour includes a professional licensed guide
  • Pick up at the hotel or another place you prefer
  • Car/minivan with a professional driver


Red Square

  • The main Square of Russian Federation, UNESCO protected
  • You will get answers to some traditional questions why it is called «red»
  • Where the soviet leaders stood when military parades
  • Where the burial place of Josef Stalin is
  • Where the burial place of Yuri Gagarin is



  • The fortress where Russian Tsars and Church leaders lived, outside
  • What does the word “Kremlin” mean?
  • Where is a natural hill leading to Neglinnaya River?
  • Where is Neglinnaya river?


St. Basil᾿s cathedral

  • Outside, if inside see notes below
  • It was erected on the orders of the first Russian tsar Ivan the Terrible, UNESCO protected
  • Why is it also called Intercesion cathedral?
  • Is it truth that the architects who constructed this cathedral were blinded?
  • Why was it covered with brick pattern after being completed the construction work?


Gum Department Store

  • The unique Trading Rows in the world
  • When is GUM absolutely closed for visitors?
  • Who sponsored the construction work of this sumptuous building in the late XIXth century?
  • When was the time when some people had flats  inside GUM?
  • Where was a farewell ceremony with Stalin’s second wife when she died?


Tverskaya Street

  • The main street of Moscow existing from the XIIth century.
  • Mayor᾿s department and the monument to the founder of Moscow
  • Why did Grigoriy Belinskiy (Russian literature critic) write that this street was narrow and curve?
  • How was it possible to move the buildings in the street?
  • What is the connection between red granite covering some buildings at Tverskaya Street and Hitler?


Bolshoy theatre

  • The main opera and ballet stage
  • What was the first performance held in this theatre?
  • How was the first theatre organized in Moscow?
  • What is the meaning of the statue of Apolo with horses?


The building of former-KGB

  • One very famous soviet joke says that it’s possible to see the Far East from this place.
  • What is the meaning of CHEKA, KGB and FSB?
  • Whose monument stood on the square in front of the main facade?
  • What is the history of the name of Lubianskaya square?


Buildings of president administration

Buildings of president᾿s administration

  • Who worked in this building in the soviet time?
  • Where does the president Vladimir Putin work?


An old Street of St. Barbara

  • You will feel yourself in the XVIIth century
  • Where is considered to be born the first Russian tsar Mijail Romanov?
  • Where is the first English embassy?
  • What is Guest yard?


St. Sofia᾿s embankment

  • The best view on the Kremlin and it᾿s cathedrals
  • Who was a “sugar king” of Moscow and where did he live?
  • Where is the house of Pavel Tretiakov, the famose collector of Russian painting, the founder of Tretiakov Gallery?
  • Where is possible to see Neglinnaya river which was enclosed in pipe at the first half of the XIXth century?

The Cathedral of Christ the Savior

  • The main cathedral of present day Russia (inside)
  • Where was the biggest open air swimming pool located in Moscow until 1990?
  • Where did Soviet Authorities decide to erect a huge palace 300 meters tall?
  • Why was destroyed the old Cathedral of Christ the Savior?


New Maden᾿s Convent (outside)

  • The living place of Tsar’s vidows and daughters, UNESCO protected.
  • What is the connection between Chaikovskiy and this place?
  • Where is the tower that makes wishes truth?
  • What is the connection between Napoleon Bonaparte and this convent?


The football stadium “Luzhniki”

  • The place of holding of summer Olimpic games in 1980
  • The place of holding of final games of FIFA World Cup in 2018
  • What does the word “Luzhniki” mean?
  • How is connected this place with the American singer Madonna?
  • This was the place of holding of the Final game of UEFA Champions League between Chelsea and Manchester in 2008.


Moscow State University

  • One of the best buildings representing Stalinist style
  • Why do people live in the main building of the University?
  • Where is the biggest watсh of the world located?
  • Which world famose scientists were professors of this University?


Sparrow hills

  • Panoramic view on Moscow
  • Why do the hills bear the name of Sparrow?
  • Where is possible to understand Russian soul according to the famous Russian writer Anton Chejov?
  • What is the Church of St.Trinity famous for?


“Mosfilm” film studio

  • It has 4 Oscar awards
  • What is the connection between this place and Sergei Eizhenshtein?
Drop off to the hotel or another wished place


Number of participants
1 adult
170 USD
2 adults
190 USD
3 adults
220 USD
4 adults
240 USD
5 adults
260 USD
6 adults
280 USD
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WORLD CUP (10th June – 20th July 2018)

Number of participants
1 adult
240 USD
2 adults
270 USD
3 adults
310 USD
4 adults
340 USD
5 adults
370 USD
6 adults
390 USD
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Notes about this tour

-Payment method: we accept credit cards: Visa, MasterCard. PayPal secured payment.
ATTENTION: your booking for tomorrow morning should be placed before 10 PM otherwise it will be canceled.
-You can always cancel your tour one day before the tour, you will get back your money.
-If holy relics are brought to the Cathedral of Crist the Savior (few days a year) the queues are very long, pilgrims spend ours to enter the Cathedral and you won᾿t be able to visit it inside during the tour.
The tour is by car, but we will make several stops each one lasting from 5 (just to take a picture) to 30 minutes.



13 Responses

  1. Nilesh Madia
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    We are a group of 4 adults and 3 children aged 11,13 and 14 respectively . We would like to take this private city tour. So please give us the cost for the same including the entry at st Basil’s cathedral and cathedral of Christ the saviour.

  2. Victoria Gornostayeva
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    Hi, I ve sent all the information to your e-mail. Waiting for your reply.

    • Nilesh Madia
      | Reply

      Hi can u remove my comment and reply

    • Nilesh Madia
      | Reply

      My earlier comment dated 3-2-2016, please remove it

  3. Rahul
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    We are 3 adults would like to take this tour on 22 ND or 23 rd Feb
    So please send me cost for the same

  4. Victoria Gornostayeva
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    Tell me the exactly date of the tour and I will send an invoice to you or maybe you prefer Moscow 1 day package tour, where you ve left a comment too. http://tour-moscow.com/paquete-1-dia/

  5. lia
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    we are 4 adults and we are interested in Moscow city tour BY CAR (4 hours) on 9th of April. Please send me how much it cost!
    Thank you in advance,lia

    • Victoria Gornostayeva
      | Reply

      The tour cost is 230usd but there is a discount of 15% now. it means the rate is 196 usd for 4 people.

  6. Abdo El Osta
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    i want to take this tour with my family (2 adults and 2 children 15 & 12 years old) .
    how much it cost me?
    please note in your table rates the age of adults & children.

  7. ranjana shah
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    me and my husband would like to go to moscow and st petersberg. we plan 3nights in each city can u pl tell me most important areas to see and ur private tours we can not walk fast. kremlinand red square and st cathedrel in moscow., can we do it one day we do not have interest to go in unless u tell us what is interesting

  8. Robyn
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    Hi there
    My husband and I are in Moscow for 2 days on business and have 1 free evening.
    We would like to do a night tour, featuring as much of the sights as possible. We have never been to Moscow.
    Please can you email me the options? We would be available from 7pm.
    Is it still possible to enter any of the sights at that hour?
    Thanks in advance.

  9. Terence Jones
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    Have I got a booking or not have not recieved a confirmation email

  10. Daniel
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    Was wondering if you do pick up/drop off from the airport? There’s two of us and we have 5hrs layover in Moscow and want to do a quick tour.

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