Moscow City Break

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  MOSCOW CITY TOUR — Includes the following main streets, squares and places of interest: Tverskaya Street is considered Moscow’s most animated and saucy avenue, the former headquarters of the KGB, the Russian White House, Red Square, the Cathedral of St. Basil the Blessed, the Cathedral of Christ the Saviour, the Bolshoi Theatre, and much more.

  MOSCOW KREMLIN & KREMLIN CATHEDRALS — the Kremlin has always been perceived as a symbol of power and might of the vast Russian lands. Each era of Russian history left it’s architectural mark on the Kremlin; within the Kremlin walls there are many architectural monuments, churches, cathedrals, museums, etc.

  KOLOMENSKOYE — The Great Princes’ mansion, located in the South region of Moscow, was home to royalty from the 14th to 17th centuries. It is both a museum and nature reserve which showcases the unique art, history, architecture and magnificently landscaped museum-reserve, situated in the South region. Today it is a remarkable place to enjoy Russian folklore and a wide variety of concerts and performances.

  BOLSHOY THEATRE — This is the most famous theatre in Moscow. It is considered to be the second largest performance hall in Europe after the famous "La Scala" Theatre of Milan. The Bolshoy Theatre is well-known for its excellent acoustics and rich interior decorations. The best masterpieces of world as well as Russian classic opera and ballet have been performed on its stage.

  COACH EXCURSION "MOSCOW AT NIGHT" — Takes you to Vorobyevi Hills and its beautiful view of the city from the observation platform. The tour continues to Moscow State University, Novodevichiy Convent, “Diplomatic Village”, Victory Park with its fountains and churches, the Triumphal Arch, Kutuzov prospect, Arbat street, and more.

  TRETYAKOV STATE GALLERY — This remains one of the world’s largest museums, a treasure house of old Russian art from the 11th century up through the present. The gallery bears the name of its founder, Pavel Tretyakov, a wealthy Russian manufacturer and patron of art. Now the Tretyakov Gallery holds more than 50,000 works of painting, graphic art and sculpture.

  MOSCOW METRO — This is considered the most beautiful underground railway systems in the world. The stations, built in the Stalin era, are remarkable for their bold ornamentation and unique architecture and were created to look like temples and palaces. Most of these stations are decorated with sculptures, glass, colored marble and bronze chandeliers.

  MOSCOW CIRCUS — There are two wonderful circuses in Moscow: the Old and the New ones. Both of them attract children and adults from all over Russia and are very popular with foreign guests. Circus shows usually include acrobats, jugglers, bears, dogs, lions, clowns, trapeze, hula-hoops, balancing acts, an illusion show and more.