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The Kremlin's redbrick walls and 18 towers were built at the end of the 15th century by the Italian craftsmen Pietro Antonio Solari and Antonio Fryazin. The famous Spasskaya (Saviour) Tower is the main and official entrance to the Kremlin and its...more
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It's a good idea to plan at least 2 full days (preferably 3) when visiting Moscow, as there is so much to see and do. The lines to enter the Kremlin are usually quite long, so you'll need to account for that time.
Full of history and the place was great. The trip round the Armoury was well worth it. The guards had no personality and just kept blowing whistles if you were somewhere you should not have been ie in the road. Red Square was closed the...More
Everyone has heard of the Kremlin. The name is used in the same way that Americans refer to “Washington” and Australians refer to “Canberra” as a synonym for the national government. The Kremlin is an area enclosed by walls that now contains a mixture of...More
Kremlins Walls and Towers are the zone that surround Kremlin, in the center of Moscow, the main city of Russian Federation. The towers and wall are very beautiful and all towers have a red star in the top. A place inherited from Zar Age changed...More
Entrance is from the park below street level with rudimentary airport-style security. Small backpacks are allowed but not large rucksacks. TIP: put camera, mobile phone etc. in your bag when going through security. There are free, clean toilets in the park below before entering. For...More
Dont bother here, all of the cathedrals but 1 were closed, so you just walk around on crosswalks, monitored by guards with whistles if you go off them. Just choose the Armoury instead and save 500 rubles.
To get into the Kremlin's Architectural grounds you don't need to book tickets in advance or even stand in a line up, you can just buy tickets from a machine and they are 500 rubles (around $ 8.50 USD). However, to get into... More
To get into the Kremlin's Architectural grounds you don't need to book tickets in advance or even stand in a line up, you can just buy tickets from a machine and they are 500 rubles (around $ 8.50 USD). However, to get into specific expositions such as the Diamond Fund or the Armoury Room you can do it 3-2 days in advance. I highly recommend the Diamond Fund, the exposition is absolutely phenomenal! All museums are closed on Thursdays. If you wish to visit on Saturday or Sunday, I recommend getting there around 8:00 as the line up builds up by 10:00. The best days are Mondays or Tuesdays (AM).
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Hi we went in October this year. There is a tourist centre in the gardens just minutes walk from the Kremlin. You can buy whichever tickets you wish here. We just bought tickets for going inside the Kremlin walls, but you... More
Hi we went in October this year. There is a tourist centre in the gardens just minutes walk from the Kremlin. You can buy whichever tickets you wish here. We just bought tickets for going inside the Kremlin walls, but you can buy tickets to see the armoury and other buildings. Also worth queuing to see Lenin’s tomb, but check as only open certain days.