• Breakfast at the hotel
• City tour
Moscow enchants with many historical, cultural sights and beautiful, old buildings. This makes sightseeing in Moscow incredibly interesting! Today we get to know the most important sights: Red Square, Cathedral of Christ the Savior, Novodevichy Convent, Lubyanka Square, Bolshoi Theater and much more.
• Walk along the Arbat
Every city with a long history has a street that attracts tourists. In Moscow, this is the well-known Arbat, one of the oldest streets in Moscow. This street has a special spirit, has its own unique houses and alleys.
• Red Square and the armory of the Moscow Kremlin
The Moscow Kremlin: For many people, the Kremlin is associated with the symbol of the highest power in Russia. It was the residence of the Russian tsars for centuries. In the 20th century it became the center of the Soviet government and today it is the residence of the President of Russia.
The Kremlin houses the armory of the Moscow Kremlin, the Museum of Applied Arts with a unique collection of historical weapons, jewelry and monarch insignia. We will examine the main exhibits that can tell us a lot about the history and culture of Russia.
• Transfer to the hotel and free time
• Overnight in the hotel