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Travellers that visit Moscow often find the city tantalisingly overwhelming. After all, this 860-year-old metropolis is the largest in Europe, its sheer size, sprawling history and its dynamic cultural and political life are a lot for the visitor to take in. The Classic Moscow tour is a captivating journey through art, architecture, history and contemporary culture – all the things that combine to make Moscow one of the world’s greatest cities. On this Moscow city tour, set your sights on glorious palaces, the iconic onion domes of St Basil’s Cathedral and the marble floors and mosaics of the metro stations. Take a trip back in time to the days of the USSR and uncover Moscow’s fascinating Soviet legacy. Discover the city’s artistic treasure troves and open your eyes to the ever-changing face of contemporary Moscow, a place where unbelievable extravagance and solemn tradition live side by side.Flights, travel insurance, visa, optional excursions.
Day 1 : Arrival To Moscow
Welcome to Moscow, the monumental capital of Mother Russia!
You’ll be met by your driver at the airport and taken to your centrally located hotel. Rest up, or explore the local area on your own for the remainder of the day. As an option* for this evening, enjoy a sumptuous dinner cruise, taking in the stunning sights and city lights of this mesmerising metropolis by night.
Day 2 : Red Square, Kremlin and Armoury Chamber
Get a picture-perfect introduction to Moscow with a walking tour of the city centre.
Our guided walk will include a stroll through the Red Square, where many great events in Russian history have taken place, the sublimely beautiful Saint Basils Cathedral – a postcard-perfect symbol of the nation. Break for lunch before continuing on a tour of the Kremlin and Armoury Chamber, famous of its collection of tsarist fashion, with regalia such as jewel-encrusted crowns, orbs and sceptres as well as arms and armour, exotic gifts from the leaders of faraway lands, and an illustrious case of Imperial Faberge eggs.
The evening is free to enjoy at your leisure. One popular suggestion is dinner at Sixty restaurant on the 62nd floor of the Moscow City Skyscraper, where you’re treated to a bird’s eye view of the incredible vastness of the city.
Day 3 : Tretyakov Gallery and Panoramic City Tour
DAY 3:Tretyakov Gallery and panoramic city tour
Today, you explore Moscow starting with a tour of the Moscow Metro. Opened in 1935, this striking feat of engineering is one of the largest and oldest underground railway systems in the world. Its grand stations are remarkably beautiful and have become tourist attractions in their own right.
Next, we visit the 19th century Tretyakov State Gallery, the world’s foremost depository of Russian fine art, containing over 130,000 exhibits, with work by Rublev, Kandinsky, Repin and many others. We explore Moscow further, giving you a sense of the city’s sheer size, and an impression of how Moscow has changed throughout the ages. Visit the starkly contrasting Theatre Square to see the stunning Bolshoi Theatre.
Stroll along Tverskaya Street, the city’s main boulevard and home to the landmark Yeleseyevskiy Grocery Store, a former palace turned luxury providore. We’ll also explore Boulevard Ring, where Russian nobles built their exquisite 18th and 19th-century mansions, and Kutuzoyskiy Avenue with its Triumphal Arch. Pass by the legendary Gorky Park and the White House before a stop at the architecturally stunning Novodevichy Convent, and the observation platform at Sparrow Hill, for a bird’s eye view over this staggering megalopolis. Stop at old Arbat Street, a pedestrian street in the heart of Moscow overflowing with history and atmosphere. Have a bite at one of the famous Caucasian restaurants, shop for souvenirs, catch street performers as they charm passers-by and watch Moscow’s local artists at work.
Spend the evening your way, or let us prepare something extra special as an option* - an unforgettable night at the opera or the Russian ballet at the iconic Bolshoi Theatre.
Day 4 : Free Day
Your last full day in Moscow is free, so you may spend it enjoying the atmosphere of the Moscow’s streets or hunting for last-minute souvenirs. If you are looking for something authentic, locally made, world famous and at the same time functional, check the Izmailovo Estate with its Kremlin, park and markets.
The Kremlin has already been famous for its unusual architecture and style performed in native Russian traditions for many years. Each building is unique and has its own name and history. Here you can visit various museums: the Russian Toys Museum, the Bread Museum, the Russian Fleet Museum and others. This sprawling area, also known as Vernissage market, is packed with art, handmade crafts, antiques, Soviet paraphernalia and just about anything you might want for a souvenir. You’ll find Moscow’s biggest original range of matryoshki, palekh and khokhloma ware, as well as less traditional woodworking crafts.
Day 5 : Departure From Moscow
Say goodbye to this unforgettable city of contrasts, after breakfast at the hotel, you will be transferred to the airport for a flight back home or to your next destination.
|No of pax||Age Limit||Price per pax (Rs)|
|Adult||Above 12 years||$ 1145 / Adult|
* Mentioned prices may vary depending upon date of travel, hotel availability, surge pricing and seasonal rush.
Payment Terms & Methods :
* Some Advance Percentage of total booking amount
* Airfare/Transport fare to be paid full at one time in advance.
Cancellation & Refund Policy :
* Upon cancellation, refund will be made after deducting the Retention Amount.
* Retention Amount varies as per the number of days left before your package start date.
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