Fantastic Moscow Night Tour with top 15 attractions included!

Fantastic Moscow Night Tour with top 15 attractions included!Fantastic Moscow Night Tour with top 15 attractions included!. Let’s take a plunge into the city’s everyday life on Moscow walking tour, one of the best Moscow tours to be taken on foot!

Let’s take a plunge into the city’s everyday life on Moscow walking tour, one of the best Moscow tours to be taken on foot!

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Stop At: Tverskaya Street (Ulitsa), Tverskaya ulitsa, Moscow Russia

Tverskaya Street, Russia‘s answer to Oxford Street and the Champs-Élysées, is a bustling boulevard, the beating heart of the city. Fascinating back alleys and quaint side streets branch off of it, acting as arteries linking this hive of activity to more tranquil, hidden gems in the surrounding Tverskaya district. Stretching from the Moscow Kremlin northwards, it encompasses all of Moscow – providing a snapshot of all the city’s European history, stunning architecture, and diverse walks of life.

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: Eliseyevskiy, Tverskaya St, 14, Moskva, Russia, 125009

Historic and famous Eliseevsky is a supermarket with the Russian grandeur. Located in the very center of the city in a former merchant palace, it has the most beautiful interior you’ve ever seen in a grocery store. Hand-painted ceilings, beautiful arcs, tiled floors – and in the midst of all that you’ll find the finest Russian produce at supermarket prices. They also have a good alcohol section, so Eliseevsky can be a good place to stock up on gifts before the departure.

Duration: 5 minutes

Stop At: Kamergerskiy Lane, Moscow Russia

Kamergersky Pereulok is a pleasant cobble-stone pedestrian lane filled with restaurants, which open up patios on the street in the summer months. It runs from Ulitsa Tverskaya to the parallel Ulitsa Bolshaya Dmitrovka. At the beginning of the lane is a statue of Anton Chekhov which was unveiled in 1980 – the same year as the redevelopment of the lane which saw it being pedestrianised. Also located here is the Anton Chekhov Art Theatre which was founded in 1898 by Konstantin Stanislavsky and Vladimir Nemirovich-Danchenko, who also are commemorated with a statue which was unveiled here in 2014.

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: State Historical Museum, Red Square, 1, Moskva, Russia, 109012

The State Historical Museum is a museum of Russian history wedged between Red Square and Manege Square in Moscow. Its exhibitions range from relics of prehistoric tribes that lived on the territory of present-day Russia, through priceless artworks acquired by members of the Romanov dynasty. The total number of objects in the museum’s collection comes to millions.

Duration: 3 minutes

Stop At: Kremlin Walls and Towers, Red Square, Moscow 613310 Russia

The apex of Russian political power and once the centre of the Orthodox Church, the Kremlin is the kernel of not only Moscow, but of the whole country. From here, autocratic tsars, communist dictators and modern-day presidents have done their best – and worst – for Russia.

Covering Borovitsky Hill on the Moscow River’s north bank, it’s enclosed by high walls 2.25km long (Red Square’s outside the east wall). The best views of the complex are from Sofiyskaya nab across the river.

Duration: 10 minutes

Pass By: City Hall and City Duma, Moskva, Russia, 123100

Today’s City Hall (the former Mossovet – Moscow Council of People’s Deputies and the Palace of Governor-General) is located at Tverskaya, 11 on your way down to Manezhnaya Square and is part of Tverskaya Square ensemble. This mansion was bought by the state in 1784 and since then has been a permanent official residence of all Moscow governor-generals. After the 1917 Revolution, it was home to the Provisional Government commissar and later Moscow Council of People’s Deputies moved in to stay till the fall of the Soviet empire. In 1946, the building received two more floors and a different ground facade (project of architect Chechulin).
Buildings of the State Duma at Okhotny Ryad Street belong to the oldest historical landmarks of Moscow with great architectural significance.

Stop At: Aleksandrovskiy Sad, Near Kremlin, Moscow 119072 Russia

The first public park in Moscow, Alexander Garden sits along the Kremlin’s western wall. Colourful flower beds and impressive Kremlin views make it a favourite strolling spot for Muscovites and tourists alike. Back in the 17th century, the Neglinnaya River ran through the present gardens, with dams and mills along its banks. When the river was diverted underground, the garden was founded by architect Osip Bove, in 1821.

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Tomb of Unknown Soldier, Aleksandrovskiy Sad, Moscow 125009 Russia

The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier contains the remains of one soldier who died in December 1941 at Km41 of Leningradskoe sh – the nearest the Nazis came to Moscow. This is a kind of national pilgrimage spot, where newlyweds bring flowers and have their pictures taken. The inscription reads: ‘Your name is unknown, your deeds immortal.’ Every hour on the hour, the guards perform a perfectly synchronised ceremony to change the guards on duty.

Duration: 5 minutes

Stop At: Saint Basil’s Cathedral, Red Square 2, Moscow 109012 Russia

At the southern end of Red Square stands the icon of Russia: St Basil’s Cathedral. This crazy confusion of colours, patterns and shapes is the culmination of a style that is unique to Russian architecture. In 1552 Ivan the Terrible captured the Tatar stronghold of Kazan on the Feast of Intercession. He commissioned this landmark church, officially the Intercession Cathedral, to commemorate the victory. Created from 1555 to 1561, this masterpiece would become the ultimate symbol of Russia.

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Park Zaryadye, Varvarka, 6/1, Moscow 109012 Russia

Take fantastic shots and seflies at Zaryadye Park as it does provide some of the best views of the Moscow Kremlin, St. Basil’s and Seven Sisters – Stalin’s Skyscrapers.

Zaryadye Park is a new type of public space created by an international team of architects, engineers, landscape designers and other experts. Here the concepts of nature and technology, education and entertainment, history and modernity are united and complement each other.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Lenin’s Mausoleum, Red Square, Moscow 613310 Russia

Lenin’s Mausoleum, also known as Lenin’s Tomb, situated in Red Square in the centre of Moscow, is a mausoleum that currently serves as the resting place of Soviet leader Vladimir Lenin. His preserved body has been on public display there since shortly after his death in 1924, with rare exceptions in wartime.

Duration: 3 minutes

Stop At: Floating Bridge, Zaryadye Park, Moscow Russia

The floating bridge in Zaryadye Park is a spectacular, boomerang-shape bridge that hovers, seemingly unsupported, over the Moscow River, constructed a few years ago.

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: GUM, Red Square, 3 Metro Ploshchad Revolyutsii, Moscow 109012 Russia

The famous department store that stretches along one side of Red Square for some 242 meters, GUM is a popular place with tourists. Comprising of some 200 shops, you can buy just about anything you need here, but generally you’ll pay much more for goods here than elsewhere. Shops range from exclusive, upmarket boutiques to popular chain outlets and from fast food cafes to elegant restaurants. The three-level, glass-roofed building is quite exquisite and well worth exploring even if you’re not shopping. Also, there’s a great Soviet-style grocery shop at the east side of the shop open 24 hours and a Soviet-style cantine Stolovaya N10 at the top floor.

Duration: 10 minutes

Pass By: Kotelnicheskaya Embankment Building, Kotelnicheskaya Emb., 1/15, Moscow Russia

Kotelnicheskaya Embankment Building is one of seven Stalinist skyscrapers laid down in September 1947 and completed in 1952. The main tower has 32 levels (including mechanical floors) and is 176 metres (577 ft) tall. At the time of construction it was the tallest building in Europe.

Stop At: Kilometre Zero, Manezhnaya Square, Moscow Russia

Right outside the Resurrection Gates you will see on the ground a large circular bronze plaque. This plaque was established in 1995 and marks kilometre zero – the exact centre of Moscow (although all distances to the city are actually measured using the central telegraph office a few metres away). You will also see people observing the tradition here which is to stand in the centre, make a wish and then throw a coin on the ground. This is then, more often than not, followed by babushkas and homeless people scrambling to pick up the coin and pocket it.
We will stop there, so you could make a wish (if you want to) – it’s a local tradition there.

Duration: 2 minutes

Categoría: Tours privados y personalizados.

Inicio en: Moskva, Russia.

Duración: 2 hours.

Precio: 69,23 euros.

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