Take a look at another Moscow, lit up by its beautiful lights. This tour is done mostly by car, but of course includes walking in the places with the most splendid views and panoramas.
The Red Square is thought to be the main square of Russia. But is it? And why is it red?
The Kremlin is Moscow’s central architectural ensemble which is often called the heart of Russia.
Cathedral of Christ the Saviour. This majestic cathedral is brand new but at the same time has a long history.
Monument to Peter the First is the tallest statue in Russia and one of the tallest statues in the world.
New Maiden's Convent is one of the most peaceful and beautiful places in the centre of Moscow.
Moscow State University is one of the seven famous Stalin-style skyscrapers.
Vorobyovy Hills is the place with the best panoramic view of Moscow.
Poklonnaya Hill is an open air museum dedicated to the great victory of the Russian army in the Second World War.
Triumph Arch is the symbol of the victory over Napoleon in 1812
New Arbat street is one of the most dynamic central streets in Moscow.
Manege Square is a large pedestrian open space built after the victory over Napoleon in 1812.
Teatralnaya Square unites three Moscow theaters. But its main master is of course Bolshoi Theatre.
Tverskaya Street is the main street of our capital, glamorous in the daytime and full of magic lights at night.
Moscow International House of Music is a multifunctional cultural centre which recently appeared on the Kosmodamianskaya embankment and made it just amazing.
Moskva City is a commercial district in central Moscow which is still under construction but is already illuminating the capital with its beautiful lights at night.