Automobile pick up and drop-off at your hotel.
Theatre square, St. Barbara street, New Arbat street, White House, Stalin’s sky scrapers, Kutuzovsky prospect (road often traveled by Kremlin officials), Triumph Arc, New Maiden convent (richest convent in Russia), Monument to Peter the Great, boulevard ring, garden ring.
With stops at:
Red Square - the symbol of Russia – the Saint Basil Cathedral down the Red Square. Find out why it was the square named so and why is it called so today. Learn about the statue of Minin and Pozharsky – who they were and where did the monument stand before Stalin’s city “clean-up”. Who’s got the same exact monument? Visit the Mausoleum of Lenin and find out whose body laid next to Lenin’s for several years?
Cathedral of Christ the Savior – the biggest cathedral in Russia. Built to honor Russia's victory over the French in the Napoleonic War.
Sparrow Hills – a spectacular panoramic view of the city from the hill of 85 meters high; in addition you will see Moscow State University.
Victory Park – walk through the memorial park honoring those who fought in wars of 1812 and 1941.
Moscow at night looks completely different from the way it looks in the day light. Explore the beautifully illuminated sights of Moscow during the night city tour. The view of Kremlin from Sofiyskaya Embankment, Manezh and Theatre squares, Tverskaya Street, monument to Peter the Great, House on Embankment, Victory Park, Triumph Arc, New Arbat and the White House. You’ll have a chance to stop and enjoy the breathtaking view of the night city from Sparrow Hills, Red Square, Victory Park and the beautifully lit Cathedral of Christ the Savior.
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