Discover the world famous Moscow sights in one day and get the best impression of the capital's beauties. This tour is perfect for the first day of your trip.
Ploschad Revolutcii (Revolution Square) metro station. The great October Revolution is depicted in this station, with its 76 huge bronze figures symbolizing the Bolshevik conquest of power and the building of the Soviet State.
Bolshoi Theatre is the best opera and ballet theatre in Russia. Besides, its building is one of Russia’s main national symbols. Its reconstruction has just been finished.
Zhukov Monument. This statue at the entrance to the Red Square depicts one of Russia’s most important figures of the Second World War.
Manege Square is a large pedestrian open space built after the victory over Napoleon in 1812.
Alexander Garden situated along the western Kremlin wall, is a historical place guarding memories of two great victories of the Russian army – in 1812 and 1945
The Red Square is thought to be the main square of Russia. But is it? And why is it red?
Kazan Cathedral is a historical church built after the deliverance of Russia from the Polish occupation in the 17 century, blown up in 1930s and restored in 1993.
GUM or State Department Store, erected in the Russian style, was built at the end of the 19 century on a spot with a long tradition of trading.
The St. Basil Cathedral is definitely the cathedral you have seen on postcards and covers of books about Russia. Ticket price: 250 roubles.
Bolshoy Moskvoretsky Bridge will probably make you fall in love with the view it provides.
Sofiyskaya embankment goes along the Moskva river, the biggest in our capital.
St. Nicolas church on Bersenevka is an authentic Orthodox corner right in the middle of the loud and crowdy city centre.
Pedestrian Bridge is probably the most attractive bridge for tourists. You will need loads of free space on your camera’s memory card!
Cathedral of Christ the Saviour. This majestic temple is brand new but at the same time has a long history.