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Must See Private Tour of Moscow (3Hours Walk)

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Stop At: Red Square, Krasnaya Ploshchad, Moscow 109012 Russia

Red Square is the heart of Moscow and the main square of Russia. Is a major architectural ensemble including 15th-to-20th-century buildings of various styles, monuments and even a necropolis. You cannot visit Moscow without seeing Red Square.

Duration: 40 minutes

Stop At: St. Basil's Cathedral, Red Square 2, Moscow 109012 Russia

St. Basil's Cathedral is a remarkable 16th-century architectural monument that has become the most recognizable symbol of Moscow. A true must-see, the Cathedral means to Russians the same as the Eiffel Tower to the French, being an honorable symbol of their past, present, and future.

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: Lenin's Mausoleum, Red Square, Moscow 613310 Russia

Located mere steps away from the Kremlin wall, Lenin’s Mausoleum (Lenin’s Tomb) is one of the most controversial yet popular of Moscow’s attractions. Every year around 2.5 million people visit the mausoleum to see the embalmed body of the legendary Russian revolutionary, Vladimir Lenin.
The mausoleum is open on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays from 10am to 1pm. The mausoleum is closed on public holidays and maintenance days.

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Bolshoi Theatre, Teatralny dr., 1, Moscow 109012 Russia

The Bolshoi building for many years is considered to be one of Moscow’s main sights. Bolshoi, renowned all over the world for such brilliant dancers as Maya Plisetskaya, Galina Ulanova and Maris Liepa, is one of the most famous ballet and opera companies.

Duration: 15 minutes

Pass By: Kremlin Walls and Towers, Red Square, Moscow 613310 Russia

The existing walls and towers of the Kremlin were erected from 1485-1495, under the supervision of the Italian architects. The triangular-shaped fortress has twenty towers, each of them has a name and unique history. The Kremlin wall was built to protect the citizens from actual attacks - it is 2,235 meters in length, 8 to19 meters in height and 3.5 to 6.5 meter thick.

Stop At: Aleksandrovskiy Sad, Moscow, Russia, 119072

Alexander Garden is an ideal place for relaxing in a green area in the very centre of the noisy metropolis. It has a number of monuments erected in memory of the two major Russian wars: French-Russian war of 1812 and World War II, such as the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, a faux ruined grotto and a monument of Alexander I.

Duration: 20 minutes

Pass By: Metropol Hotel, Teatral'nyy Proyezd, 2, Moskva, Russia, 109012

The Hotel Metropol is a historic hotel in the center of Moscow. It has gained its popularity abroad thanks to Amor Towles' bestseller A Gentleman in Moscow. In Russia, however, it is well-known mostly as an architectual masterpiece - the best Russian architects architects (William Walcot, Lev Kekushev, Vladimir Shukhov) and prominent artists (Mikhail Vrubel, Alexander Golovin, Nikolai Andreev) took part in its creation.

Stop At: Manezh Square, Near Red Square, Moscow 613310 Russia

Manezhnaya Square is a pedestrian open space at the heart of Moscow. The square forms a vital part of downtown Moscow, connecting Red Square with the major traffic artery Tverskaya Street, which starts here and runs northwestward in the direction of Saint Petersburg.

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: GUM, Red Square, 3 Metro Ploshchad Revolyutsii, Moscow 109012 Russia

Red Square has long been known as a trading place: trade was carried on in stone shops, commonly referred to as the “trading rows”. New trading rows designed by Alexander Pomerantsev in the eclectic style were constructed in the 1880s. Pomerantsev created sort of a few fancy streets with small shops arranged in three levels and covered with a glass roof resting on a curved steel framework. Today’s GUM is a huge shopping centre, largely offering expensive premium-segment items. However, Muscovites often drop into the GUM to get an ice cream – the local old-timers claim that the famous wafer cups still have ‘that very’ taste of the much-loved Soviet-time treat.

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: Park Zaryadye, Varvarka, 6/1, Moscow 109012 Russia

Zaryadye Park in the very center of Moscow opened to visitors in 2017. The massive project of the contemporary park cost the city more than an enormous sum, but it was not for nothing - now the park is one of the most popular recreation areas in Moscow. Zaryadye can boast of a spectacular floating bridge, landscapes with plants from different climatic zones of Russian nature, large amthitheatre, ice cave etc.

Duration: 20 minutes

Stop At: Tomb of Unknown Soldier, Aleksandrovskiy Sad, Moscow 125009 Russia

The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier of Moscow is a memorial dedicated to the Soviet soldiers who fell during the Great Patriotic War (1941-1945). The inscription reads: ‘Your name is unknown, your deeds immortal.’ Every hour on the hour, the guards perform a perfectly synchronised ceremony to change the guards on duty.

Duration: 10 minutes
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