1 day tour in Moscow

1 day tour in Moscow

1st day

Meet your guide at the hotel at 9:30 am

Tours with private transport

Return to the hotel at 18:00
Duration 8 hours of hiking / 1 lunch (not included)
We have time for lunch between tour of Red Square and the Kremlin.
It includes tickets, English speaking guide, transfers in private car to the sights and return to your hotel and 24h telephone assistance incidents.

* Tour Panoramic not included
Meet your guide at 9:30 pm and return at 18:00
Includes tickets, English speaking guide, transfers metropolitan transport to the sights and return to your hotel and 24h telephone assistance incidents.

Visit the Metro

The Moscow metro was inaugurated on May 15, 1935 between Sokolniki and Park Kultury, known worldwide for its beauty and its magnitude, not in vain, is popularly known as the “underground palace”, the underground contains many hidden mysteries they We discover the path that will make 6 of the most beautiful resorts around the system.

Kievskaya stations, Komsomoskaya, Novoslobodskaya, Belorusskaya, Mayakovskaya and Ploshchad Revolyutsii are one of the most beautiful and symbolic system and therefore are worth visiting. The Moscow Metro, besides being the first in the world for density of passengers transported in the year 2011-2388800000 passenger and peak day was November 22, 2011 in which I transport 9.27 million of people. It has 185 stations and a length of 305.5 kilometers underground laying (third in the world after London and New York) with 12 lines. Immerse yourself with us on this wonderful tour to visit the most beautiful in Russia.

Red Square

Red Square separates the Kremlin, the royal fortress where he currently resides President of Russia, the historic commercial district Kitay-Gorod. Out of it the main streets of Moscow in all directions, protracted highway to outside the city. Therefore the square is considered as the center of the city and the entire Red Square Russia .April not name comes from the color of the bricks around it, nor is reference to the red of communism. Rather it derives from the Russian word Красная (Krasnaya), which means “red”, but in the old Russian means “beautiful”, ie, the pretty square. The word originally was used to name the St. Basil’s Cathedral (XVI century), meaning beautiful, and later the name ended up in the nearby square. This tour will pass through the gates of the Resurrection, visit the Church of Our Lady of Kazan and contemplate the majesty of GUM stores a 1892 building with its own history. Immerse yourself with us on this wonderful tour to visit the most beautiful in Russia.

Cathedral of Our Lady of Kazan

The Cathedral of Our Lady of Kazan is the top of the high classical architecture and, simultaneously, a shining example of synthesis of the arts. The majestic building with widely deployed colonnade overlooking the Nevsky Avenue was built in 1801-1811 by A. Voronijin project.

The history of this building as a temple has its black pages: since 1932 he stayed in the Museum of the History of Religion and Atheism. But it preserved the internal decoration of the cathedral. Currently the building was returned to the church. In 1813 the cathedral was buried the commander in chief of Russian troops in the Patriotic War of 1812, Field Marshal M. Kutuzov. In 1837 before the cathedral he was installed his statue.

Visit San Basilio

The Cathedral of the Intercession of the Virgin on the mound, better known as St. Basil’s Cathedral, an Orthodox temple is located in the Red Square in Moscow city, Russia. It is known worldwide for its bulbous domes (onion-). Despite what is commonly thought popularly, St. Basil’s Cathedral is not the seat of the Patriarch of Moscow, nor the main cathedral of the Russian capital, since in both cases is the Cathedral of Christ the Savior.

The construction of the cathedral was ordered by Tsar Ivan the Terrible to commemorate the conquest of the Khanate of Kazan, and was conducted between 1555 and 1561. In 1588 Tsar Fyodor Loannovich ordered a chapel added on the east side of the building on the tomb of St. Basil the Blessed, holy by which I was popularly named the cathedral. San Basilio is located in the southeast end of Red Square, just across from the Spasskaya Tower (Savior Tower) of the Kremlin and the Church of San Juan Bautista in Dyakovo. Immerse yourself with us on this wonderful tour to visit the most beautiful in Russia.

Stores GUM

The galleries GUM is a huge shopping mall, one of the largest in Europe, its main facade overlooks the Red Square.

The first trade date from the time of Ivan the Terrible, is divided by type of goods to sell: ribbons, soaps, cosmetics, powders, etc., hats (one for men and one for women), shoes, etc. That chaotic and motley market stretching from street Tatters (Vetoshny proezd) to Lubyanka Street had existed in Red Square until the early nineteenth century.

That market has been occupied during the following years, with many other businesses, but not only shops but has also been a commercial area, for a time was also building where government offices are located, to enter Communism in Russia as department stores This was the emblem of capitalism and as such could not exist, why were closed and reopened as offices of central government administration.

Subsequently and out of communism in 1991, GUM stores emblem of capitalism and trade in Russia were privatized and bought by a St. Petersburg-based entrepreneur, owner of “Bosco”, this textile entrepreneur bought 50.25% surface, today has 80% of that surface. It is one of the wealthiest businessmen in Russia. Creator of the Olympic team equipment.

The Moscow Kremlin

The Moscow Kremlin is a set of civil and religious buildings located in the heart of Moscow, opposite the Moskva River in the south, the Red Square in the east and the Alexander Garden in the west.

It is the best known of Russian kremlin and includes four palaces, four cathedrals, grouped inside an enclosure bounded by the Kremlin wall, including the Kremlin towers. Its name has changed since the days of the Soviet Union synonymous with the Russian government, similarly as with the White House to the government of the United States way. The Moscow Kremlin seduce you with its history and beauty. Immerse yourself with us on this wonderful tour to visit the most beautiful in Russia.

Panoramic tour in Moscow

Panoramic in Moscow invites you to visit a wide variety of the best places in town.

With this tour of the highlights of Moscow with private car and English speaking guide will show among other attractions The Kremlin, St. Basil’s Cathedral, the Cathedral of Christ the Redeemer, Moscow State University, the University Mirador from where contemplate the city and the Olympic area built for the 1980 games held in the same city, the panoramic tour also show them the victory Park, Bolshoi Theatre, Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, Old Arbat pedestrian street and much more.

This tour will show us the highlights of the city at the end of the day we will know in depth thanks to our guides and their extensive knowledge of this city.

During the scenic stops will be set to take pictures in the sights.

Visit to the Cathedral of Christ the Redeemer

The Cathedral of Christ the Saviour (Redeemer) Moscow, formally known as the Temple of Christ the Savior Cathedral (Redeemer) the Patriarch of Moscow, is a temple of the Russian Orthodox Church located in the city of Moscow, built in the nineteenth century according to the project architect Konstantin Ton. It is, moreover, the tallest Orthodox church in the world.

The cathedral is located in the center of Moscow, near the Kremlin and on the banks of the Moskva river. Its construction took almost 44 years and in 1883 was opened for worship. In 1931 the temple was destroyed to the ground with explosives, to lead to the construction of the Palace of the Soviets. The church was rebuilt in the 1990s and returned to be consecrated in 2000. The temple was conceived as a monument to the courage of the Russian people in their fight against the Napoleonic invasion of 1812. The cathedral was built with donations from people . The building to be constructed was so great, and the cost so high that the building work is developing for decades, and only April 10, 1883, during the coronation of Emperor Alexander III took place the consecration of the temple. Immerse yourself with us on this wonderful tour to visit the most beautiful in Russia.

The mythical Arbat street

Today, Arbat Street retains its charm, part of that historic charm that, over many centuries, attracted intellectuals in the capital. Today, both tourists and Muscovites love to stroll and admire the facades of buildings and distinguish the plaques, so abundant in the street, this street becomes an essential tour of the city of Moscow.

A pretty, tourist, pedestrian street, where many are souvenir shops and restaurants. Among the restaurants you can find some that qualify as “good, nice and cheap.” It is as close to the Ramblas in Barcelona that you can find in Moscow … Pedestrian street with street performers, and especially much atmosphere.

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