Day 1

Duration: 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.


1. The Kremlin guided tour includes the visit to the main cathedrals (Assumption, Archangel Michael), and a walk through all the streets and squares of the fortress (Tsar Cannon, Tsar Bell).


2. The Armory – this museum is the treasury of the Russian tsars, emperors and Patriarchs. One of the three greatest treasuries in the world.


3. The panoramic city tour (by car) includes the following sights:

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  • Red Square
  • The main street of Moscow, Tverskaya
  • The Bolshoi Theater
  • The KGB building
  • St. Barbara str
  • The Moskvoretsky bridge
  • St. Sophia embankment (view of the Kremlin!)
  • The Cathedral of Christ the Savior (visit, if open)
  • New Maiden convent (outside)
  • The panorama of the city from Moscow State University
  • The “Luzhniki” stadium of the 2018 World Cup.


Day 2

Duration: 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.

A walk through the streets of the center
  • St. Basil’s Cathedral (inside)
  • Red Square (GUM department store, Cathedral of Our Lady of Kazan inside)
  • Lenin Mausoleum (Open 10 a.m. – 1 p.m., Mondays and Fridays always closed)
  • We visited the GUM department store

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  • A walk along the central street of Moscow, Tverskaya
  • We will see the buildings of 20 thousand tons that were moved in Soviet times
  • We will visit St. Peter’s Monastery and see its churches
  • A visit to the first Moscow supermarket Eliseevskiy, the most elegant historical delicacy store in Moscow.


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The Moscow Metro

  • The visit of the underground palaces of the Moscow metro includes 8 most beautiful subway stations and the interesting explanation about the history of the creation of these.


Day 3

Duration: 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.

The Orthodox Vatican – Sergiev Posad

  • Sergiev Posad is a town 70 km away from Moscow and it is a great orthodox pilgrimage center, the real Orthodox Vatican. In this town you will visit the monastery that bears the title of Lavra (there are only two Lavras in Russia). About 300 monks live in the territory of the monastery, and there is also the spiritual Seminary with about 1000 students.



Day 4

Duration: 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.

1. Kolomenskoye – Wooden Palace of Tsar Alexis, the modern replica of the 17th century ‘8th wonder of the world’.

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2. Tsaritsino – The estate and palace of Catherine the Great.

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3. The Tretyakov art gallery – the biggest collection of Russian art.


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Day 5

Duration: 10:00-18:00

Victory park
The idea of making an open-air museum occurred after the Victory in World War II. The 137-hectare park was opened  50 years after the war in the central part of Moscow. Aircrafts, tanks, trains are exhibited here. You can walk through the trenches, see the bombs, antitank tips, German, American and USSR aircrafts.
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The museum itself located in a huge building inside the park holds an exposition impressive both in dimension and artistic power. The so called “sorrow room” has 2 million 600 thousand chains hung of the ceiling symbolizing the 26 million 600 thousand people that were killed in the war from the USSR.
A large part of the museum is dedicated to the Fall of Berlin where even the columns of the Reichstag are represented at their original height.
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On the way to the museum we will stop at some metro stations that also played an important role in the years of the war. Some stations were used for political meetings, air aid shelters, others as reading rooms. 247 children were born in the subway in the years of the war. Our professional licensed guide will show you hermetic doors and the rails to close them. These doors could protect against a nuclear wave or a flood.
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Returning to the center we will walk along Old Arbat Street where the guide will show you the building of the Vajtangov theater that was destroyed by a projectile at the beginning of the war and was one of the first to be reconstructed after the war.


Near the Moscow Kremlin there are two buildings that look very similar. Years ago it was a single building but the war changed everything.
In August of 1941 a projectile fell through the four floors of the building and exploded almost in the basement, thus splitting the house into two parts. A fire began in the ruins. This was one of the four residential buildings in the street. There was a shelter in the basements of this construction where about 30 people were hidden and saved their lifes thanks to the efforts of the soldiers of the 1st Battalion of Salvation in emergency situations. (local antiaircraft defense).
The remaining parts of the building built in the 80s of the XIXth century were restored. The building was restored almost entirely, exception the central fragment of the construction destroyed by the bomb. Thus, of one building, two blocks were formed that now have the address “Mojovaya Street 10, Block 1” and “Mojovaya Street, Block 2”.

Prices (5 days with all the tickets included)

no additional payments, all the museum tickets, metro included, car for the panoramic tour included.
Number of participantsTotal, $Total, RUB
1 adult1370106860
2 adults1600124800
3 adults1800140400
4 adults2070161460
5 adults2270177060
6 adults2465192270
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Note: 1 $ equals 78 rubles