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2 days private package tour in Moscow

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    Day 1: Moscow Private Tour - Day 2

    Pass By: Red Square, Krasnaya Ploshchad, Moscow 109012 Russia
    Red means beautiful in old Russian. This square was formed in the 18th century and since then is symbolizing Moscow.
    On the Red Square are located:
    -Lenin's Mausoleum
    - GUM store
    - St. Basil's Cathedral
    - State Historical Museum

    Learn Russian history through the fascinating walks and talks with a local guide
    Find out why Moscow is neither Europe nor Asia
    Visit the deepest metro station and then the highest point in Moscow
    Get to know the huge capital through its people, metro, culture, streets
    Enjoy your time in this ancient but still lively city 
    Try delicious Russian cuisine in one of the coziest restaurants  
    This walking tour is customized so you can choose what to include in your personal itinerary.  
    Each day you will have your private local guide and 5 hours of incredible experience!

    During these 2 days you can discover not only historical landmarks but also "local" places. If you want to know more about everyday life of Muscovites, this is the best option! 
    Here is the suggested itinerary:
    Day 1:
    - Meet  your guide at your hotel lobby (foot+metro)
    - Discover ancient cathedrals of the Kremlin
    - Visit Red square, St. Basil's cathedral, GUM
    - Lunch at authentic place
    - Use atmospheric Moscow Metro and see top-10 metro stations
    - Visit the secret viewpoint close by the KGB building- Take a photo of the Bolshoi theatre
    - Drop off at your hotel or any other destionation you want.
    Day 2
    - Meet your guide at your hotel lobby (foot+metro)
    - Visit Cathedral of Christ the Savior and have a lunch at the Arbat street
    - Take a photo of Ministry of Foreign Affairs, one of "Seven Stalin's sisters"
    - Go to the deepest metro station and the highest point in Moscow - Victory Park
    - Drop off at your hotel or any other point
    Here are 20 most interesting attractiones that can be visited during this tour:
    1. The Kremlin
    2. St.Basil's Cathedral (from the outside)
    3. Red Square
    4. Moscow Metro
    5. Cathedral of Christ the Saviour
    6. Arbat Street
    7. Bolshoi Theatre (from the outside)
    8. Izmailovo Flea Market
    9. Gorky Park and Museon (sculpture) park 
    10. Stalin's Seven Sisters
    11. Victory Park
    12. Kitay-gorod historical area
    13. Novodevichiy Convent
    14. Sparrow Hills view point
    15. State Historical Museum
    16. Bunker-42 (Cold War Museum) - for extra price
    17. Kolomenskoe park
    18. Tsaritsyno park
    19. Eliseev store
    20. Tretyakov Gallery (from the outside)

    Stop At: St. Basil's Cathedral, Red Square 2, Moscow 109012 Russia
    Most popular attraction of the city, which you can find on every postcard from Moscow - St. Basil's Cathedral!
    Colorful domes are crowning 9 churches, plus 1 belfry and 1 side-chapel, 11 in total.
    Stalin wanted to remove the cathedral to organize the mass parades, and it was damaged during the WWII, but today we can see it in its glory and beauty like hundreds of years ago.
    Visiting is optional, depends on the line to the entrance. Price is not included (1000RUB per person).
    Duration: 20 minutes

    Stop At: Kremlin Walls and Towers, Red Square, Moscow 613310 Russia
    Moscow Kremlin, built by Italian architects in the 15th century, is the most famous among the Russian kremlins (which means fortress).
    Inside you will find an ancient town: 3 main Orthodox cathedrals, central square, Tsar-bell, Tsar-cannon, the tallest bell tower in the city, Kremlin palace.
    This is the most visited museum in Moscow, and the residence of our president.
    Duration: 1 hour

    Stop At: GUM, Red Square, 3 Metro Ploshchad Revolyutsii, Moscow 109012 Russia
    GUM, or Main Department Store, was opened in 1893 and since then has been the central shopping area with local brands and first supermarket in Russia.
    It was camouflaged during the WWII to be not seen from the air, served as a shelter for ones who lost their homes, and now is a beautiful area to walk through and buy some goods.
    We will visit Gastronom #1 as well, the first supermarket with marble and beautiful chandeliers, and products from all around the world.
    Optionally we can have a lunch there on the third floor.
    Duration: 30 minutes

    Stop At: State Historical Museum, Red Square, 1, Moscow 125009 Russia
    Standing on the Red Square, this building immediately takes an attention. Pseudo-Russian architecture was common in the 19th century, when Russian artists used our rich cultural heritage in modern art and construction.
    Duration: 10 minutes

    Stop At: Revolution Square (Ploshchad Revolutsii), Ploschad Revolyutsii Close to Red Square, Moscow 109012 Russia
    Short Metro tour for about 1-1.5 hour will be the ending of the out. We will visit top 5 to 7 most beautiful metro stations.
    Duration: 1 hour

    No meals included on this day.
    No accommodation included on this day.

    Day 2: Moscow Private Tour - Day 2

    Stop At: Old Arbat (Stary Arbat), Arbat Ulitsa Arbatskaya Metro, Moscow Russia
    Arbat street is one of the oldest streets in Moscow.
    Here you can find architecture of different epochs, take a look at the local artists's paintings, have a coffee at one of many cafes.

    Duration: 1 hour

    Stop At: Cathedral of Christ the Saviour, Volkhonka, 15, Moscow 119019 Russia
    The biggest cathedral in Moscow, the tallest in the whole Russia - its height is 103 m.
    This is the main place for all religious ceremonies and holidays such as Christmas, Easter etc.
    Optionally we can visit the observation point with incredible views of Moscow, it is not included in price (400RUB).
    Please note, men should not open their knees, women - their knees and shoulders.
    Duration: 30 minutes

    Stop At: Gogolevskiy Boulevard, Moscow Russia
    Part of the Boulevard Ring of Moscow, which used to be a defensive wall called White Town. This area, Gogolevskiy boulevard and surroundings, is a quiet and beautiful district, not touristic, where you can see daily Moscow life.
    Duration: 30 minutes

    Stop At: Victory Park, Bratyev Fonchenko st., 7, Moscow 121170 Russia
    Open - air memorial to the Victory in WWII. This park is located at the highest point of Moscow - 144m, and at the deepest metro station (-84m).
    There is a beautiful obelisk and a Museum of Victory which can be fascinating for ones interested in the WWII history.
    Museum is optional to visit, price is not included.
    Duration: 40 minutes

    No meals included on this day.
    No accommodation included on this day.
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    Reviewed 26 September 2018

    We visited Moscow for five days at the beginning of June, 2018. Katya gave us three half-day tours, and they were all excellent. Katya also helped us plan our stay, making restaurant recommendations and reservations for us. The tours were all built for us to...More

    Date of experience: June 2018
    Thank Cenfus
    Reviewed 10 July 2018

    It was our great ambition to visit Moscow and St.Petersburg, of course arranged one. After visiting we felt that we should have made it on our own. We were thrilled to see the RED SQAURE and St. Basil's Cathdral. Moscow Metro Stations speaks uniqueness of...More

    Date of experience: June 2018
    1  Thank RamaraoKalose
    Reviewed 26 April 2018

    After weeks of research I found that Spasibo Tours offered the best itinerary for this single woman's too short visit to beautiful Moscow. What made for an absolutely perfect 2-day visit was my truly delightful guide, Katya! She is so knowledgeable, so interesting, incredibly warm...More

    Date of experience: March 2018
    Thank Deborah W
    Spasibo_Tours_Team, General Manager at Spasibo Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 5 June 2018

    Thank you a lot for your review!

    Reviewed 3 April 2018 via mobile

    My wife and I have visited more than 40 countries and have made use of numerous guides during our trips but have never encountered such an accomplished and knowledgeable guide. Ivan was an absolute brilliant guide. We have learned such a lot from him during...More

    Thank chrisholts
    Spasibo_Tours_Team, General Manager at Spasibo Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 5 June 2018

    Thank you for your review!

    Reviewed 26 November 2017

    Big thanks to Katya for a wonderful and interesting tour in Moscow. Great knowledge of history, shopping and dining Can strongly recommend SPASIBO TOURS to others.

    Date of experience: November 2017
    1  Thank Bo Teglgaard P
    Spasibo_Tours_Team, General Manager at Spasibo Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 5 June 2018

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    30 July 2018|
    Response from Deborah W | Reviewed this property |
    There is a lot of walking involved so I would necessarily have to say no, it is not handicap friendly. You would be better to find a bus tour.
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