– Tretyakov Gallery
– Pushkin Musem of Fine Arts
– Andrei Rublev's Museum.
Day 1: Arrive in Moscow. Meet tour escort and motor coach and continue to the hotel for check-in. Visit Tretyakov Gallery, founded in 1856 by Pavel Tretyakov to show the work of Russian artists. Today, after much expansion, the gallery houses and celebrates over 57,000 pieces of the most important ancient and contemporary Russian art in the world. In the afternoon, visit Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts. Here you will discover an important collection of French Impressionists as well as other major schools of Western Art, dating from the Renaissance to the 21st century. Overnight at the hotel.
Day 2: Moscow. After breakfast, embark on a sightseeing tour of Kolomenskoye. This summer residence of the Tsars is located on the high bank of the Moskva River. The museum houses a collection of decorative and applied arts and crafts of the 17th century. In the afternoon, visit Andrei Rublev’s Museum. The museum was established on the territory of St. Andronicus Monastery of the Savior, where presumably the grave of the great icon painter Andrei Rublev is located. At present the museum has a collection of 14th- to 19th-century icons of the Moscow, Tver and Northern schools, fragments of monumental painting, early Russian wooden sculptures and facsimile copies of frescoes. Overnight at the hotel.
Day 3: After breakfast, you will have the opportunity to take last-minute pictures, then transfer to Moscow International Airport after your unforgettable journey through this fascinating city.
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