- 4 days / 3 nights
- regular tour
- activity level: easy
Since it was founded in 1147, Moscow, the heart of all Russia, has been intimately linked to the history and destiny of the Russian state, from which it took the lead after triumphing over the Mongols. Ravaged several times, it has always reborn from its ashes, offering the visitor the charm of a heterogeneous city whose eagerness to live surprises. This is where the iconic symbols of Russia stands, the Red Square and the Kremlin.
It can be said that it is an eclectic city, where different eras intermingle. The impressive contours of the Stalinist towers (mid-20th century) and the skyscrapers of Moskva City contrast with the quiet streets of the ancient Moscow, the wide avenues and parks.
In the last decade Moscow has undergone major changes. Those who visited the city five or six years ago were surprised by the drastic positive changes. Many historical sites such as the Cathedral of Christ the Saviour, the Gates of the Resurrection and the Church of Our Lady of Kazan on Red Square were completely rebuilt.
- City tour
- Moscow Metro
- Moscow Kremlin