The City Center of Moscow
Admire the gorgeous GUM – the central department store of Russia. Walk down the beautiful historical Nikolskaya stree and straight to Lyubyanka square, famous for the former KGM (current FSB) building and the biggest department kids’ store in the world called Detskiy Mir. It holds one of the key positions among the finest examples if Soviet architecture and represents a moment of shift from Stalinist retrospective architecture towards international style of 60-80ss
The Tretyakov’s State Gallery
The Tretyakov’s Gallery is one of the biggest and most famous Russia art-galleries. It’s gorgeous collection represents more than 1300 Russian art masterpieces of XI – XX centuries from pre-Mongolian icons and mosaics to landscapes, portraits and historical paintings – all giving complete overview of Russian fine art.
The inner territory of Kremlin
The Kremlin tour – most of the inner Kremlin territory is open for visitors. It’s home to an ancient ensemble of architecture comprising of temples and cathedrals, palaces and picturesque squares. The territory of the Moscow Kremlin is a town inside a city, growing and developing through centuries, it carefully preserves the memorable objects of traditional Russian architecture of XIV—XX centuries.
You will see all the fascinating landmarks, surrounding this central square of our capital: St. Basils, the Mausoleum, the Spasskaya Tower, etc. Walk down to Alexandrovskiy garden and see the change of guard if we are lucky. And of course, you will stroll down the famous paving stones of Red Square.
Old Arbat Street
Old Arbat – the place where a lot great writers, poets and artists used to live in the past. Arbat is not just a street: this is a live and ongoing performance with sculptures and monuments, street artists and musicians, souvenir shops, museums and concert halls. Old Arbat is an integral part of the Russian culture.
Christ the Savior Cathedral
– Christ the Savior – a shiny beacon for the Russian Orthodox Church at home and a close replica of the original 19th century cathedral built in honour of the victory over Napoleon. This is currently the largest Orthodox Cathedral in the world. The sprawling cathedral houses a museum on the history of the site where you can see pictures of the giant swimming pool the Soviets built here and the huge Lenin topped skyscraper they had originally planned for. During excursions you can see the cathedral, museum and the view from the colonnade.
Observation auto-tour by night and visit to Panorama 360 4 hours
• A night-time tour around Moscow when the magic of illumination shows our beloved capital from a completely different angle: always shiny, always festive and optimistic, always freshed and aspiring for the best, generous and always looking gorgeous, magnificent Moscow.
• Panorama 360 is the highest observation deck in Europe located on the 89th floor of the Federation Tower of Moscow City. PANORAMA360 is a full member of the World Federation of Great Towers. There are many entertainment zones on the observation deck which are unique. For example, highest ice-cream and chocolate factories in the world, an interactive tablet served as a guide with augmented reality
The Moscow State Circus
– The Moscow State Circus is a magical experience for people of all ages coming together to see some fantastically unbelievable acts. Its impressive auditorium is an enormous 36 meters tall and can seat up to 3,400 people. The circus building contains all the necessary technology and equipment to make its daring and varied range of acts possible. The floor of the main auditorium is an impressive 18 meters deep and features five interchangeable rings, which are used for the various horse, water, ice and animal acts featured in each performance.
Radisson Flotilla River Cruise
Flotilla Radisson Royal, Moscow consists of 10 ice-classed yachts with a full restaurant service on-board. Every day and all year round the yachts present excursion and entertainment cruises along the Moscow River. On our 2,5-3 hours cruise passengers will enjoy the most remarkable sights of Moscow: Kremlin, Novodevichy Convent, monument to Peter I, St. Basil’s Cathedral, University and other symbolic monuments. Every guest can get mp3-audioguide, which is available in several languages.