Feel yourself like a muscovite! We invite you to see the most beautiful streets of the Russian capital. This tour will make you feel the spirit of Moscow.
Arbat street is considered to be Russian Monmartre with numerous artists, souvenir stores and historical monuments.
Bolshaya Nikitskaya is a prominent street with lots of famous buildings such as theatres, churches, Moscow State University faculties and even embassies.
Tverskaya street is an absolute must see. It has everything for everyone no matter what you prefer – noisy urban life or so called European style with its cosy lanes. All you need is just turn the corner and suddenly you’ll find what you were looking for.
Kamergersky lane. This place is one of the most popular Moscow venues because of its cozy cafes and warm atmosphere.
Moscow City Hall in front of Yury Dolgoruky monument. You won’t need to walk too far to find them.
The Yeliseevsky Shop looks like a museum with an amazing interior. Here you can buy high quality products, food and souvenirs.
Bolshaya Dmitrovka is another beautiful street with numerous apartment houses from the end of the 19th and beginning of the 20th centuries and other architectural monuments
Stoleshnikov lane is a cozy and quiet but at the same time very luxurious place with some most expensive stores in Moscow.
Petrovka street is one of the oldest streets in Moscow where you will find not only historical buildings but also some interesting museums.
Bolshoi Theatre is the best opera and ballet theatre in Russia. Besides, its building is one of the main Russia’s national symbols. Its reconstruction has just been finished.
Tretyakovsky proezd is considered to be one of the most expensive shopping areas in the world.
Nikolskaya street recently became a pedestrian one. Be among its first visitors! This street will lead you right to the Red Square.