As you could already guess, this tour includes historical sights situated in the city center. The first half of it is devoted to the Kremlin, the oldest part of Moscow. You will visit the places which store the Russian history and of course admire our architects' and artists' masterpieces.
The Kremlin is Moscow’s central architectural ensemble that is often called the heart of Russia. Ticket price: 350 roubles.
Sobornaya (Cathedral) Square is the main square in Russia. Besides, it is the oldest and probably the most beautiful square in Moscow.
Faceted Palace owes its name to the decorative stonework on its east façade
The Church is a minor cathedral of the Kremlin dedicated to Philip the Apostle.
It was here that the tsar and his family celebrated christenings, weddings and daily prayers.
Cathedral of the Dormition was built for the most important state ceremonies such as: coronations of tsars, public proclamation of state edicts, and ordination of patriarchs.
Cathedral of the Archangel Michael gathers the tombs of all the grand princes and tsars prior to Peter the Great.
Ivan the Great Bell Tower was put up above the existing Church of St. John (Ivan) Climacus.
Tsar Cannon was a wonder of the 16th-century being the largest for its time.
Tsar Bell is the largest bell in the world weighing 200 tons.
Church of the Deposition of the Robe of the Mother of God is the domestic church of Russian metropolitans and patriarchs.
Armoury is the oldest museum in Russia and one of the best collections of Russian and foreign applied art.
Terem Palace used to be the main residence of Russian tsars in the 17th century.
Senate is nowadays the residence of the Russian Federation president.
St. Basil Cathedral is definitely the cathedral you have seen on postcards and covers of books about Russia. Ticket price: 250 roubles.
Varvarka Street is one of the oldest and most unaltered streets in Moscow with a lot of old churches and other authentic buildings.