Verfügbar bis 31 Oktober 2017
Ausflüge in Moskau - Private-Kreml-Besuch und Waffenkammer
Ausflüge in Moskau: Besuchen Sie eine der berühmtesten Festungen Russlands, den Moskauer Kreml und staunen Sie über die lange Geschichte dieses Gebäudes.
HÖHEPUNKTE:
* Schauen Sie sich die Kleidung, Waffen, Wagen und Artefakte aus anderen Epochen an
* Bewundern Sie die prächtigen Kirchen und Kathedralen mit ihren hellen goldenen Kuppeln
* Lassen Sie Sich von der Schönheit des Großen Kremlpalasts und dem schönen Lustpalast beeindrucken
Und in der Tat bedeutet das Wort Kreml auf Russisch auch so viel wie ''Festung'' oder ''Zitadelle''. Diese Festung Moskaus ist das Kernstück der Stadt, von wo aus die Stadt wuchs und ist die wichtigste Festung des Landes. Die UNESCO erklärte den Kreml zum Weltkulturerbe, bei dem man hervorragend die verschiedenen künstlerischen und politischen Phasen vom imperialen Russland aus dem Mittelalter bis in die Sowjetunion sehen kann.
Der Kreml ist viel mehr als nur ein geheimnisvolles Denkmal, er besteht aus einer Reihe von Kirchen, Paläste, Plätzen, Mauern und Türmen, die eine Vielzahl von dekorativer und angewandter Kunst bieten. Die besten Handwerker und Künstler arbeiteten in diesen Kirchen, Kathedralen und Paläste und haben dabei ein unschätzbares Meisterwerk geschaffen. Noch heute umgeben schützend die beeindruckenden mittelalterlichen Mauern und Wachtürme die Prachtbauten, die sich im Inneren befinden. Bewundern Sie die prächtigen Kirchen und Kathedralen mit ihren hellen goldenen Kuppeln. Lassen Sie Sich von der Schönheit des Großen Kremlpalasts und dem schönen Lustpalast beeindrucken. Bewundern Sie die klassischen Senatsgebäude und besuchen Sie im Anschluss die rätselhafte Rüstungskammer.
Die Rüstungskammer ist das älteste und größte Museum Russlands. Es wird angenommen, dass es im Jahre 1485 gebaut wurde, obwohl die ersten Aufzeichnungen zurück ins Jahre 1547 führen. Schlendern Sie durch die neun Zimmer und verschaffen Sie sich damit einen faszinierenden Einblick in die Vergangenheit dieses großen Landes. Schauen Sie sich die Kleidung, Waffen, Wagen und andere merkwürdige Artefakte aus anderen Epochen an und bewundern Sie die weltberühmten Fabergé-Eier, sowie das wichtigste Stück des Museums, die Kaiserkrone von Russland.
Treffpunkt: Es gibt zwei mögliche Treffpunkte je nachdem wie Sie sich entschieden haben: Abholung vom Hotel in dem Sie untergebracht sind oder am Treffpunkt neben dem Brunnen bei der Zentralen Galerie bei den staatlichen Geschäften auf dem Roten Platz 3.
Dauer: 4 Stunden bei Abholung vom Hotel. 3,5 Stunden bei Abholung vom Zentrum.
Beginn: Um 10:00 Uhr.
Ende: Um 13:00 Uhr.
Öffnungstage / Zeitraum: Die Tour ist verfügbar täglich, ausgenommen vom Donnerstag.

Verfügbar bis 31 Oktober 2017
Ausflüge in Moskau - Private-Moskauer Stadtführung und Metro-System
Ausflüge in Moskau: Begeben Sie sich mit uns auf einen Ausflug zu den neuen und historischen Wahrzeichen Moskaus und lassen Sie sich vom großartigem Metro-System begeistern.
HÖHEPUNKTE:
* Sehen Sie die märchenhafte Basilius-Kathedrale mit ihren bunten Zwiebelförmigen Kuppeln
* Erfahren Sie mehr über die Geschichte der Stadt vom 16. Jahrhundert bis in die heutige Zeit.
* Bestaunen Sie die prächtigen Stationen Moskauer Metro-System
Besichtigen Sie das historische Zentrum und die modernen Stadtteile und erleben Sie eine hervorragende Einführung in die Geschichte dieses beeindruckenden Reiches. Die Tour führt Sie vom 16. Jahrhundert, in dem der russische Staat gegründet wurde bis zur Gegenwart, sowie durch die sowjetische Zeit. Jedes Gebäude Moskaus erzählt eine andere Geschichte und jede Kirche offenbart seinen Besuchern die Geheimnisse des russischen Wesens.
Unter den Sehenswürdigkeiten, die wir besuchen, befindet sich der bekannte Rote Platz, das pulsierende Herz Russlands und von wo aus Moskau sich mit dem Rest des Landes verbindet. Am Ende des Platzes werfen wir einen Blick auf die märchenhafte Basilius-Kathedrale mit ihren bunten Zwiebelförmigen Kuppeln. Sehen Sie das berühmte GUM Kaufhaus, wo es während der sowjetischen Ära zu immensen Warteschlangen kam. Betrachten Sie auch das Lenin-Mausoleum und die beeindruckende Christ-Erlöser-Kathedrale und gehen Sie dann zum Aussichtspunkt auf die Sperlingsberge vor dem staatlichem Universitätsgebäude, um das schöne Stadtbild von dort zu bewundern.
Der Höhepunkte unserer Tour ist, wenn wir uns in das großartige Moskauer Metro-System begeben, das mit keinem anderen auf der Welt zu vergleichen ist. Seine prächtigen Stationen werden Ihre Erwartungen mit Sicherheit nicht enttäuschen. Die aus den 30er Jahren stammenden 188 Stationen bieten dem Besucher glamouröse Paläste aus Marmor und Granit mit aufwendigen Fresken und Mosaiken. Eine unvergessliche unterirdische Welt!
Treffpunkt: In Ihrem Hotel.
Dauer: Ca. 4 Stunden.
Beginn: Um 10:00 Uhr.
Ende: Um 14:00 Uhr.
Öffnungstage / Zeitraum: Täglich.

Verfügbar bis 31 Oktober 2017
Ausflüge in Moskau - Privattour nach Wladimir und Susdal mit Mittagessen
Ausflüge in Moskau: Entkommen Sie der Hektik von Moskau und erhalten Sie auf dieser Tour einen Einblick in den rustikalen Charme des Landlebens in Russland indem Sie die malerischen Ortschaften Wladimir und Suzdal besuchen.
HÖHEPUNKTE:
* Erkunden Sie Wladimir, eine hübsche mittelalterliche Stadt
* Gehen Sie durch die imposanten Goldenen Tore
* Verlieben Sie sich in den unvergleichbaren zeitlose Charme von Suzdal
Zuerst reisen wir zur alten Stadt Wladimir. Gegründet im Jahr 1108 von Prinz Vladimir Monomakh, ist diese hübsche mittelalterliche Stadt berühmt für seine prachtvollen weißen Denkmäler. Besuchen Sie die Kathedrale von San Demetrios (1194-1197), eines der schönsten Beispiele der antiken russischen Architektur und bewundern Sie die geschnitzte Fassade mit der biblischen Geschichte des Königs David. Erkunden Sie die Mariä-Entschlafens-Kathedrale aus dem Jahr 1160 und lassen Sie sich von den Fresken des 11. Jahrhunderts verzaubern, die von dem berühmten Maler Andrei Rublev gemalt wurden. Gehen Sie im Anschluss durch die imposanten Goldenen Tore, die im 12. Jahrhundert erbaut wurden und einst als Haupteingang in die mittelalterliche Stadt genutzt wurden.
Unsere Tour führt uns weiter nach Suzdal, wo Sie einen Blick auf eine eher traditionelle Lebensweise werfen können. Sein unvergleichbarer zeitlose Charme und die Friedlichkeit zeichnen Suzdal aus und sind der Grund weshalb der Ort von vielen als das Juwel des berühmten Goldenen Rings angesehen wird. Malerische Kirchen, Klöster und einstöckige Holzhäuser, die in verschiedenen Farben dekoriert und gestrichen werden, sowie nicht asphaltierte Wege und eine hügelige Landschaft verleihen dieser Gegend eine unberührte Schönheit. Besuchen Sie den alten Kreml, wo die Geburtskathedrale und der Palast des Erzpriesters liegen. Erkunden Sie das schöne mittelalterliche Kloster von St. Euthymius und betrachten Sie die magischen Wände. Dann gehen Sie zum Museum für Russische Holzarchitektur, um mehr über dessen Geschichte zu erfahren.
Treffpunkt: In Ihrem Hotel.
Dauer: Ca. 15 Stunden.
Beginn: Abfahrt um 10:00 Uhr.
Öffnungstage / Zeitraum: Die Tour ist täglich.

Verfügbar bis 30 Dezember 2017
Ausflüge in Moskau - City Center Walking Tour - Private
Ausflüge in Moskau: Moscow is the capital and most important city of the biggest country in the world, Russia. So you can imagine it is not a small city and, with the rich and long history of the country, it is only logical that there is a lot to see. But worry not! As doing a tour around Moscow’s city center will cover many of the most important tourist attractions and monuments. And that is what makes this tour one of the most relevant to really get to know the city, especially if you are visiting the city for a short time and you can’t afford seeing everything in separate days, little by little.
With this tour you will discover the most beautiful and historically important attractions of the Russian capital. The itinerary will be as follows: our walking tour starts at Red Square - the “heart” of Moscow and the whole of Russia. Although it is one of the most well-known tourist destinations, this place is so beautiful that it is absolutely worth visiting. During the excursion you will also see The Moscow Manege, and after this, you will take a walk through Alexander Gardens and the city center to The Cathedral of Christ the Savior. This building is enormous and truly impressive, being the highest Orthodox Christian church in the world.
Then the route goes through the green and pleasant Gogolevsky Boulevard and finishes with a walk by the famous Arbat street with its street musicians, where you will be surrounded by eclectic art markets and cosy sidewalk cafés.
A tour around Moscow’s city center with a tour guide like this will most definitely make you fall in love with the Russian capital.
Duration: 6 hours.

Verfügbar bis 31 Dezember 2017
Ausflüge in Moskau - City Tour and Novodievichy
Ausflüge in Moskau: The ideal way to get in touch with the city, including its historical centre and major monuments. We will stroll along the broad avenues, making our way through the famous Tverskaya Street to the top of Sparrow Hills, under the imposing stare of Lomonosov University, one of the Stalin-era skyscrapers scattered throughout the city. From there we will admire an impressive panorama of the city, followed by a stop at Victory Park and another in front of Novodevichy Convent and its lake, the inspiration for Tchaikovsky’s Swan Lake. We will approach the historical centre from the banks of the Moskva River, coming out near the White House, location of the siege of the Russian Government.
We will also stop at Arbat Street, a busy pedestrian thoroughfare nicknamed the “Moscow Montmartre” because of the artist that used to live in the area and the painters that nowadays populate the street. We will pass in front of the Cathedral of Christ the Saviour, the Parliament Building (Duma), Bolshoi Theatre, and the imposing facade of Lubyanka, headquarters of the KGB. We will continue through the alleyways of the ancient merchant district Kitai-Gorod, which contains numerous small churches, finally arriving at Red Square, undoubtedly one of the most beautiful in the world and designated by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. It was named Red, or “Krasnaya” in Russian, which in Old Russian was a synonym of “beautiful. ” Now the square is surrounded by the famous buildings of the Russian Historical Museum, the Kremlin, and Saint Basil’s Cathedral with its gorgeous onion domes, built by order of Ivan the Terrible. Red Square is also home to Lenin’s Mausoleum and features Russian Army parades on various holidays throughout the year.
Novodevichy Monastery, designated by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site, is one of the most beautiful monasteries in all of Russia and is situated in the southwest of the capital on a meadow next to the Moskva River. It was founded as a fortified monastery by Vasili III in 1524 to commemorate a victory over the Polish and Lithuanian armies and the seizure of Smolensk. During the 16th and 17th centuries the great boyar families and even the tsar’s family sent their daughters there. The monastery is situated next to a small lake which served as the inspiration for Tchaikovsky’s famous Swan Lake ballet, the exteriors of its five-domed cathedral and bell tower being stunningly beautiful.
In Novodevichy Cemetery, situated on the Monastery’s grounds, numerous outstanding and famous Russian personalities from the worlds of art, science, and even politics are buried: Boris Yeltsin, Khrushchev, Kropotkin, and Molotov rest here, along with Chekhov, Gogol, Mayakovski, Bulgakov, and also Rostropovich, Shostakovich, Stanislavsky, Rubinstein, Chaliapin, and Eisenstein. The five-domed cathedral dedicated to Our Lady of Smolensk is the oldest building inside the monastery, as it was built in the first half of the 16th century by Italian architects. Its interior is decorated with frescoes of an extraordinary beauty and majestic golden icons. In Novodevichy Museum we will find valuable collections of icons, jewellery, embroideries, and ancient books.
Meeting/pick-up point: Pick up at the hotel.
Duration: 4 hours.
Start/opening time: At 9am.
End/closing time: At 1pm.

Verfügbar bis 31 Dezember 2017
Ausflüge in Moskau - City Tour and Tretiakov Gallery
Ausflüge in Moskau: The ideal way to get in touch with the city, including its historical centre and major monuments. We will stroll along the broad avenues, making our way through the famous Tverskaya Street to the top of Sparrow Hills, under the imposing stare of Lomonosov University, one of the Stalin-era skyscrapers scattered throughout the city. From there we will admire an impressive panorama of the city, followed by a stop at Victory Park and another in front of Novodevichy Convent and its lake, the inspiration for Tchaikovsky’s Swan Lake. We will approach the historical centre from the banks of the Moskva River, coming out near the White House, location of the siege of the Russian Government. We will also stop at Arbat Street, a busy pedestrian thoroughfare nicknamed the “Moscow Montmartre” because of the artist that used to live in the area and the painters that nowadays populate the street. We will pass in front of the Cathedral of Christ the Saviour, the Parliament Building (Duma), Bolshoi Theatre, and the imposing facade of Lubyanka, headquarters of the KGB.
We will continue through the alleyways of the ancient merchant district Kitai-Gorod, which contains numerous small churches, finally arriving at Red Square, undoubtedly one of the most beautiful in the world and designated by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. It was named Red, or “Krasnaya” in Russian, which in Old Russian was a synonym of “beautiful. ” Now the square is surrounded by the famous buildings of the Russian Historical Museum, the Kremlin, and Saint Basil’s Cathedral with its gorgeous onion domes, built by order of Ivan the Terrible. Red Square is also home to Lenin’s Mausoleum and features Russian Army parades on various holidays throughout the year. This unrivalled gallery was named after its founder, the famous trader Pavel Tretyakov (1832-1898), a major sponsor of 19th century Russian art.
Tretyakov’s dream was to build a large museum open to everyone regardless of class or wealth, with a significant collection of exhibits designed to help people understand and admire the history of Russian art. The project materialized in 1881 with the inauguration of the gallery as Tretyakov donated more than 2000 exhibits to the gallery from his own collection in Moscow, beginning the history of what today is an impressive museum featuring more than 130000 works of art created by Russian artists, an overall historical narrative of Russian painting from the 11th century until the present. Its treasure is its collection of icons, while among its best known pieces are the Byzantine “Virgin of Vladimir", attributed to St. Luke according to the legend, and the masterpiece of Andrei Rublev called the "Trinity".
Meeting/pick-up point: Customers’ hotel at 9am.
Duration: 4 hours.
Start/opening time: At 9am.
End/closing time: At 1pm.

Verfügbar bis 31 Dezember 2017
Ausflüge in Moskau - City Tour and Underground in Moscow
Ausflüge in Moskau: The ideal way to get in touch with the city, including its historical centre and major monuments.
We will stroll along the broad avenues, making our way through the famous Tverskaya Street to the top of Sparrow Hills, under the imposing stare of Lomonosov University, one of the Stalin-era skyscrapers scattered throughout the city. From there we will admire an impressive panorama of the city, followed by a stop at Victory Park and another in front of Novodevichy Convent and its lake, the inspiration for Tchaikovsky’s Swan Lake. We will approach the historical centre from the banks of the Moskva River, coming out near the White House, location of the siege of the Russian Government. We will also stop at Arbat Street; a busy pedestrian thoroughfare nicknamed the “Moscow Montmartre” because of the artist that used to live in the area and the painters that nowadays populate the street.
We will pass in front of the Cathedral of Christ the Saviour, the Parliament Building (Duma), Bolshoi Theatre, and the imposing facade of Lubyanka, headquarters of the KGB. We will continue through the alleyways of the ancient merchant district Kitai-Gorod, which contains numerous small churches, finally arriving at Red Square, undoubtedly one of the most beautiful in the world and designated by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. It was named Red, or “Krasnaya” in Russian, which in Old Russian was a synonym of “beautiful. ” Now the square is surrounded by the famous buildings of the Russian Historical Museum, the Kremlin, and Saint Basil’s Cathedral with its gorgeous onion domes, built by order of Ivan the Terrible. Red Square is also home to Lenin’s Mausoleum and features Russian Army parades on various holidays throughout the year.
Opened on May 15, 1935, by the Soviet government as a symbol of the technological and industrial prowess of the political system, the Moscow metro was considered to be the "People’s Palace. " The most important artists of the period took part in its decoration, and materials were brought from all corners of the country, representing the union of the Soviet people. The metro is still the city’s main transportation artery and even one of the most important in the world, with its 200 kilometers of railway lines and 145 stations. We will visit the most important stations decorated with luxurious materials: more than 20 types of marble, granite, and onyx, as well as paintings, majolica, glass, mural paintings, mosaics, etc.
Meeting/pick-up point: Pick up at the hotel.
Duration: 4 hours.
Start/opening time: 9am.

Verfügbar bis 31 Dezember 2017
Ausflüge in Moskau - City Tour, Metro, Kremlin and Armory
Ausflüge in Moskau: The ideal way to get in touch with the city, including its historical centre and major monuments. We will stroll along the broad avenues, making our way through the famous Tverskaya Street to the top of Sparrow Hills, under the imposing stare of Lomonosov University, one of the Stalin-era skyscrapers scattered throughout the city. From there we will admire an impressive panorama of the city, followed by a stop at Victory Park and another in front of Novodevichy Convent and its lake, the inspiration for Tchaikovsky’s Swan Lake. We will approach the historical centre from the banks of the Moskva River, coming out near the White House, location of the siege of the Russian Government. We will also stop at Arbat Street, a busy pedestrian thoroughfare nicknamed the “Moscow Montmartre” because of the artist that used to live in the area and the painters that nowadays populate the street. We will pass in front of the Cathedral of Christ the Saviour, the Parliament Building (Duma), Bolshoi Theatre, and the imposing facade of Lubyanka, headquarters of the KGB. We will continue through the alleyways of the ancient merchant district Kitai-Gorod, which contains numerous small churches, finally arriving at Red Square, undoubtedly one of the most beautiful in the world and designated by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. It was named Red, or “Krasnaya” in Russian, which in Old Russian was a synonym of “beautiful. ”
Now the square is surrounded by the famous buildings of the Russian Historical Museum, the Kremlin, and Saint Basil’s Cathedral with its gorgeous onion domes, built by order of Ivan the Terrible. Red Square is also home to Lenin’s Mausoleum and features Russian Army parades on various holidays throughout the year. Opened on May 15, 1935, by the Soviet government as a symbol of the technological and industrial prowess of the political system, the Moscow metro was considered to be the "People’s Palace. " The most important artists of the period took part in its decoration, and materials were brought from all corners of the country, representing the union of the Soviet people.
The metro is still the city’s main transportation artery and even one of the most important in the world, with its 200 kilometres of railway lines and 145 stations. We will visit the most important stations decorated with luxurious materials: more than 20 types of marble, granite, and onyx, as well as paintings, majolica, glass, mural paintings, mosaics, etc. The word “Kremlin” in Russian means fortress, and in early Rus every important town had a fortress encircled by a wall where the main buildings, churches, and cathedrals were located and protected. The Moscow fortress, the cradle of the city, is the main fortress in the country and has been designated by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. Built in the 12th century, it took the form we know today in the 15th century. It is an excellent reflection of the different stages of Russian art; a single monumental centre of architecture, painting, and decorative and applied arts. The best craftsmen and artists worked on its churches, cathedrals, and palaces, bequeathing to us their priceless work framing the power and fame of Russia that is concentrated in its unforgettable alleyways and different sections.
The Kremlin is even today the seat of some of the main political and religious government bodies: the President’s Palace, different administrative and military buildings such as the Senate and Armoury, and also numerous churches and cathedrals. Its walls, 19 meters high and 2235 meters long, tower above the Moskva River and Red Square and are made from eight kilogram bricks. We will visit the fortress, enjoying the view of the world’s biggest "tsar bell", forged in 1733, and the "tsar cannon", one of the biggest guns ever made in the entire world. Forged in 1586 by Andrew Chokhov, its purpose was to defend the gate of the Spasskaya tower, though it has never been used.
The Cathedral Square is an architectural jewel, flanked by the Dormition Cathedral, the Cathedral of the Annunciation, and the Cathedral of the Archangel. The Armoury is the oldest and most important museum in the Kremlin. It is supposed to have been built in 1485, though the first record of it dates back to 1508. Its collections include the costumes used in the coronations of the tsars, made of the most expensive materials and encrusted with precious stones; the tsars’ carriages, cars, and harnessing made by the best artisans with the most glamorous materials; thrones encrusted with diamonds; and jewellery, tableware, and weapons belonging to the royal family. We will also admire the world-renowned Faberge Easter Eggs, as well as the most important item of the museum, the so-called “Crown of Monomachos:” the imperial crown of Russia, legend having it that it was a present from the Byzantine Emperor Constantine Monomachos. It has been used since 1547 during all the coronations of the tsars.
Meeting/pick-up point: Hotel pick-up.
Duration: 9 hours.
Start/opening time: At 9am.
End/closing time: At 6pm.
Languages: English, Spanish, French, German and Italian.

Verfügbar bis 31 Dezember 2017
Ausflüge in Moskau - City tour and Kremlin
Ausflüge in Moskau: Red Square is also home to Lenin’s Mausoleum and features Russian Army parades on various holidays throughout the year. The word “Kremlin” in Russian means fortress, and in early Rus every important town had a fortress encircled by a wall where the main buildings, churches, and cathedrals were located and protected. The Moscow fortress, the cradle of the city, is the main fortress in the country and has been designated by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. Built in the 12th century, it took the form we know today in the 15th century. It is an excellent reflection of the different stages of Russian art; a single monumental centre of architecture, painting, and decorative and applied arts.
The best craftsmen and artists worked on its churches, cathedrals, and palaces, bequeathing to us their priceless work framing the power and fame of Russia that is concentrated in its unforgettable alleyways and different sections. The Kremlin is even today the seat of some of the main political and religious government bodies: the President’s Palace, different administrative and military buildings such as the Senate and Armoury, and also numerous churches and cathedrals. Its walls, 19 meters high and 2235 meters long, tower above the Moskva River and Red Square and are made from eight kilogram bricks.
We will visit the fortress, enjoying the view of the world’s biggest "tsar bell", forged in 1733, and the "tsar cannon", one of the biggest guns ever made in the entire world. Forged in 1586 by Andrew Chokhov, its purpose was to defend the gate of the Spasskaya tower, though it has never been used. The Cathedral Square is an architectural jewel, flanked by the Dormition Cathedral, the Cathedral of the Annunciation, and the Cathedral of the Archangel.
The ideal way to get in touch with the city, including its historical centre and major monuments. We will stroll along the broad avenues, making our way through the famous Tverskaya Street to the top of Sparrow Hills, under the imposing stare of Lomonosov University, one of the Stalin-era skyscrapers scattered throughout the city. From there we will admire an impressive panorama of the city, followed by a stop at Victory Park and another in front of Novodevichy Convent and its lake, the inspiration for Tchaikovsky’s Swan Lake. We will approach the historical centre from the banks of the Moskva River, coming out near the White House, location of the siege of the Russian Government. We will also stop at Arbat Street, a busy pedestrian thoroughfare nicknamed the “Moscow Montmartre” because of the artist that used to live in the area and the painters that nowadays populate the street.
We will pass in front of the Cathedral of Christ the Saviour, the Parliament Building (Duma), Bolshoi Theatre, and the imposing facade of Lubyanka, headquarters of the KGB. We will continue through the alleyways of the ancient merchant district Kitai-Gorod, which contains numerous small churches, finally arriving at Red Square, undoubtedly one of the most beautiful in the world and designated by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. It was named Red, or “Krasnaya” in Russian, which in Old Russian was a synonym of “beautiful. ” Now the square is surrounded by the famous buildings of the Russian Historical Museum, the Kremlin, and Saint Basil’s Cathedral with its gorgeous onion domes, built by order of Ivan the Terrible.
Meeting/pick-up point: Pick up at the hotel.
Duration: 4 hours.
Start/opening time: 9am.

Verfügbar bis 30 September 2017
Ausflüge in Moskau - Grand Walking Tour with Visit to the Kremlin
Ausflüge in Moskau: We will pass the Parliament Building (Duma), Bolshoi Theatre, and the imposing facade of Lubyanka, headquarters of the KGB. We will continue through the alleyways of the ancient merchant district Kitai-Gorod, which contains numerous small churches, finally arriving at Red Square, undoubtedly one of the most beautiful in the world and designated by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. It was named Red, or “Krasnaya” in Russian, which in Old Russian was a synonym of “beautiful. ”
Now the square is surrounded by the famous buildings of the Russian Historical Museum, the Kremlin, and Saint Basil’s Cathedral with its gorgeous onion domes, built by order of Ivan the Terrible. Red Square is also home to Lenin’s Mausoleum and features Russian Army parades on various holidays throughout the year.
We will continue with a visit to the Moscow metro. Opened on May 15, 1935, by the Soviet government as a symbol of the technological and industrial prowess of the political system, the Moscow metro was considered to be the "People’s Palace. " The most important artists of the period took part in its decoration, and materials were brought from all corners of the country, representing the union of the Soviet people. The metro is still the city’s main transportation artery and even one of the most important in the world, with 200 kilometres of railway lines and 145 stations. We will visit the most important stations decorated with luxurious materials: more than 20 types of marble, granite, and onyx, as well as paintings, majolica, glass, mural paintings, mosaics, etc. Then it will be time for a quick break for lunch.
In the afternoon we visit the Kremlin and its Cathedrals. The word “Kremlin” in Russian means fortress, and in early Rus every important town had a fortress encircled by a wall where the main buildings, churches and cathedrals were located and protected. The Moscow fortress, the cradle of the city, is the main fortress in the country and has been designated by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. Built in the 12th century, it took the form we know today in the 15th century. It is an excellent reflection of the different stages of Russian art; a single monumental centre of architecture, painting, and decorative and applied arts. The best craftsmen and artists worked on its churches, cathedrals, and palaces, bequeathing us their priceless work framing the power and fame of Russia that is concentrated in its unforgettable alleyways and different sections. The Kremlin is even today the seat of some of the main political and religious government bodies: the President’s Palace, different administrative and military buildings such as the Senate and Armoury, and also numerous churches and cathedrals. Its walls, 19 meters high and 2235 meters long, tower above the Moskva River and Red Square and are made from 8 kilogram bricks.
Visit the fortress, enjoying the view of the world’s biggest "tsar bell", forged in 1733, and the "tsar cannon", one of the biggest guns ever made in the entire world. Forged in 1586 by Andrew Chokhov, its purpose was to defend the gate of the Spasskaya Tower, though it has never been used. The Cathedral Square is an architectural jewel, flanked by the Dormition Cathedral, the Cathedral of the Annunciation, and the Cathedral of the Archangel. < br />
Meeting/pick-up point: GUM shopping center on Red Square, near the fountain at main passage.
Duration: 4 hours.
Start/opening time: At 10am.
End/closing time: At 2pm.

Verfügbar bis 31 Dezember 2017
Ausflüge in Moskau - Kolomenskoye Tour
Ausflüge in Moskau: The ancient village of Kolomenskoye, located in southern Moscow, is a unique place to discover and appreciate a piece of Russian history and art set in a beautiful, natural environment.
Its construction started at the beginning of the 14th century, judging by the first written notices we have about it. For several centuries Kolomenskoye was the summer residence of the Moscow princes, followed by the tsars, serving at different points as the residence and favourite hunting grounds for the Grand Prince Vasili III and Ivan the Terrible.
We will visit a museum of wooden architecture, the traditional material used in the construction of civil and religious buildings in ancient Russia. We will also discover the old house of Peter the Great, while the most beautiful building is also the most ancient: the Church of the Ascension, designated by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. It was built in 1532 by order of Vasili III and is a distinctive building with a tent-shaped roof erected in honour of the birth of his heir, Ivan the Terrible.
Meeting/pick-up point: Pick up at the hotel.
Duration: 3 hours.
Start/opening time: At 10am.
End/closing time: At 1pm.

Verfügbar bis 31 Dezember 2017
Ausflüge in Moskau - Kremlin Tour
Ausflüge in Moskau: The word “Kremlin” in Russian means fortress, and in early Rus every important town had a fortress encircled by a wall where the main buildings, churches, and cathedrals were located and protected. The Moscow fortress, the cradle of the city, is the main fortress in the country and has been designated by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. Built in the 12th century, it took the form we know today in the 15th century. It is an excellent reflection of the different stages of Russian art; a single monumental centre of architecture, painting, and decorative and applied arts. The best craftsmen and artists worked on its churches, cathedrals, and palaces, bequeathing to us their priceless work framing the power and fame of Russia that is concentrated in its unforgettable alleyways and different sections.
The Kremlin is even today the seat of some of the main political and religious government bodies: the President’s Palace, different administrative and military buildings such as the Senate and Armoury, and also numerous churches and cathedrals. Its walls, 19 meters high and 2235 meters long, tower above the Moskva River and Red Square and are made from eight kilogram bricks. We will visit the fortress, enjoying the view of the world’s biggest "tsar bell", forged in 1733, and the "tsar cannon", one of the biggest guns ever made in the entire world. Forged in 1586 by Andrew Chokhov, its purpose was to defend the gate of the Spasskaya tower, though it has never been used.
The Cathedral Square is an architectural jewel, flanked by the Dormition Cathedral, the Cathedral of the Annunciation, and the Cathedral of the Archangel.
Meeting/pick-up point: Near the Kremlin entrance.
Duration: 2 hours .
Start/opening time: At 10am.
End/closing time: At 12pm.
Languages: English, Spanish, French, German and Italian.

Verfügbar bis 31 Dezember 2017
Ausflüge in Moskau - Kremlin with Transfer
Ausflüge in Moskau: The word “Kremlin” in Russian means fortress, and in early Rus every important town had a fortress encircled by a wall where the main buildings, churches, and cathedrals were located and protected. The Moscow fortress, the cradle of the city, is the main fortress in the country and has been designated by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. Built in the 12th century, it took the form we know today in the 15th century. It is an excellent reflection of the different stages of Russian art; a single monumental centre of architecture, painting, and decorative and applied arts. The best craftsmen and artists worked on its churches, cathedrals, and palaces, bequeathing to us their priceless work framing the power and fame of Russia that is concentrated in its unforgettable alleyways and different sections.
The Kremlin is even today the seat of some of the main political and religious government bodies: the President’s Palace, different administrative and military buildings such as the Senate and Armoury, and also numerous churches and cathedrals. Its walls, 19 meters high and 2235 meters long, tower above the Moskva River and Red Square and are made from eight kilogram bricks. We will visit the fortress, enjoying the view of the world’s biggest "tsar bell", forged in 1733, and the "tsar cannon", one of the biggest guns ever made in the entire world. Forged in 1586 by Andrew Chokhov, its purpose was to defend the gate of the Spasskaya tower, though it has never been used.
The Cathedral Square is an architectural jewel, flanked by the Dormition Cathedral, the Cathedral of the Annunciation, and the Cathedral of the Archangel.
Meeting/pick-up point: Hotel pick-up at 10am.
Duration: 4 hours (including transfer).
Start/opening time: At 10am.
End/closing time: At 2pm.
Others: Alternative in case of conditions which affect the activity operation.

Ausflüge in Moskau - Modern Moscow
Ausflüge in Moskau: Visit Moscow’s main arts and design districts, ArtPlay and Winzavod Browse through one-of-a-kind creations made by local artisans. Visit a shop that features artwork by autistic children Hunt for rare records in a vinyl store filled with collector’s editions Stop for a snack in Moscow’s only vegan café.
Take a trip through modern Moscow, checking out the best of the city’s arts and culture. Browse shops selling goods by local artisans, uncover cool finds in design, and explore the galleries that make up Moscow’s modern art movement. Along the way, snack like a true hipster at the city’s only vegan café. Your Moscow tour will start by taking you to the ArtPlay district, the first neighbourhood of its kind in the city, inspired by London’s galleries that occupy former industrial spaces. ArtPlay is home to Moscow’s trendiest studios, shops, and cafés, and we’ll visit a shop where local artisans sell handmade earrings, bracelets, and clothing, as well as old postcards, pins, and other finds.
We’ll also browse through a shop where they sell cups and t-shirts with prints made by autistic children. From there, we’ll take a snack break with a stop at the only vegan place in the city, with a great atmosphere and super delicious food. If the weather’s nice, we’ll gather in their small outdoor garden — but even if we can’t go outside, don’t worry as they have a very hip and stylish cafeteria.
Along the way, you’ll also learn a bit about recycling in Russia, as here is one of few places where they accept rubbish to recycle. We’ll move on to a few art houses, including the British Higher School of Design and Winzavod, the centre of modern arts and a former wine factory. We’ll visit several galleries situated within the property, which regularly change exhibits and always surprise guests with something original. While we’re here, you may want to check out a local shop selling vinyl records. You can find rare collector records, as well as some modern editions — a true highlight for vinyl lovers! There are also a few souvenir shops with extraordinary finds — bring your spending money for gifts to bring back home!
At the end of the tour, if you’re feeling hungry, you can stay for a meal at the marvelous café, with tasty dishes and welcoming staff. Otherwise, your guide will accompany you to the closest metro station, leaving you free to explore more of Moscow on your own.
Duration: 3 hours.
Start/opening time: Tuesday to Sunday at 12pm.
End/closing time: At 3pm.
Languages: English.
Others: Vegan snack and drink included.

Ausflüge in Moskau - Moscow Behind the Icons
Ausflüge in Moskau: Get out of the guidebook and into local life in Moscow, with a new take on the typical spots Taste a cheburek and find out why locals love them so much Hear stories of how city sites — everything from monuments to a McDonald’s — have been influenced by soviet history Retreat to a quiet secret spot away from the bustle of Moscow See iconic sites like Pushkinskaya Square, Red Square, and St. Basil’s Cathedral.
You can’t go to Moscow and miss the classic sites like Red Square and St. Basil’s Cathedral — but that doesn’t mean you have to see them like a tourist! Get a local’s perspective on Russia’s emperor days, soviet history, and modern-dayMoscow with stops at the classic landmarks, but paired with detours into the spots only locals know.
Your Moscow tour will start at Pushkinskaya Square, a main spot for locals to gather and meet. It is the epicentre of many of Moscow’s historical layers: here you’ll find a monument to Pushkin, the main figure of Russian literature and the big macho of his times; the avantgarde building of the former main soviet newspaper; and even the first McDonald’s in Russia. These “landmarks” all come from very different periods of Russian history, and convey a lot what was happening in the country during their eras.
From there, we’re going 100% authentic with a taste of local Russian fast food. We’ll visit a spot that’s popular for selling chebureks, deep-fried pastries filled with minced meat. (Don’t worry if you’re meat-averse — for vegetarians there are chebureks with potatoes and cheese. ) Wash it down with a traditional Russian soft drink or tea, and find out why the locals love this place. This snack spot is rarely visited by tourists, so you’re getting the true taste of local life!
After our short snack stop, your Moscow tour will continue with a visit to the most unlikely of beautiful sites: a grocery store! Not just any grocery store, though — Eliseevsky is famous for luxurious, neo-baroque interiors.
From there, we’ll continue walking along Tverskaya Street, passing by some of Moscow’s main landmarks: the monument to the founder of the city and the governor’s house, and along the way, you’ll learn a bit about Russian theatre, like how it reflects the mysterious Russian soul. We’ll check out an amazing, gigantic piece of ballerina-inspired graffiti art — a modern way to interpret classic Russian ballet.
Along the way, we’ll visit a Russian Orthodox Church, where we can light a candle and, if we’re lucky, listen to some beautiful choir songs while your guide shares a few personal stories. (Please note that if you wish to go inside the church, you must be wearing clothing that goes below your knees, and women must have a scarf to cover their head. )
Still feeling soothed from our experience at the church, we’ll then whisk you to a secret spot where you can find a moment of absolute silence while still being in the centre of a noisy metropolis.
We will finish our Moscow city tour at Red Square, the famous heart of Moscow, where you can spot all the legendary landmarks found in guidebooks. Here is Lenin’s Tomb, housing the body of the Russian revolutionary. You’ll also find the GUM department store, with its outstanding interiors and many soviet attributes — such as kiosks serving the famous soviet ice cream, which for sure should be on your must-try list!
And finally, the main highlight of Red Square is, of course, the 16th-century St. Basil’s Cathedral, with its bright and colourful domes — the classic Red Square scene! Get your cameras ready.
Throughout it all, your local guide will share stories from local life and history, and point out sites you may want to see during the rest of your time in Moscow. Get some insider tips on what to do next, where to eat, where to go, and how to get there, before bidding farewell to your new friends in Moscow!
Meeting/pick-up point: Pushkin Monument on Pushkinskaya Square, metro station: Tverskaya.
Duration: 3 hours.
Start/opening time: At 10am.
End/closing time: At 1pm.
Languages: English.
Others: Cheburek (snack) and drink included.

Verfügbar bis 31 Oktober 2017
Ausflüge in Moskau - Moscow Boat Tour
Ausflüge in Moskau: Take a relaxing cruise down Moskva River with an unlimited travel ticket valid for 1 day or one single tour in one day, and see some of Moscow's wonderful sights while relaxing with your loved ones.
Pass the incredible, 98-meter monument to Peter the Great, sculpted by the notorious Georgian sculptor, Zurab Tsereteli. The monument, with sits on an artificial island, can only be seen close-up from the river, making it one of the most exciting attractions of the day. As you cruise down the river, make your way down the Vodootvodny Canal pass the bustling Bolotnaya Square, the beautiful Novospassky Monastery, as well as Gorky Park, each of which has its own pier. Disembark from the river boat at these three locations whenever you feel like exploring a sight or neighborhood by foot, and then hop back on when you are ready to continue on with your cruise.
Meeting/pick-up point: Bolotnaya Square.
Duration: General tour - 90 minutes. 1 day tour - one day.
Start/opening time: At 10:30am.
End/closing time: General tour - at 11:45am. 1 day tour - 9:45pm.
Languages: Spanish, English, German and Russian audio-guide with headphones on the bus.

Verfügbar bis 31 Oktober 2017
Ausflüge in Moskau - Moscow City Tour - private
Ausflüge in Moskau: Behold the majesty of Moscow with this epic panoramic city tour that takes in the best sights and attractions of the Russian capital. See famous landmarks such as Red Square, the golden-domed Cathedral of Christ the Saviour, the Bolshoi Theatre, the headquarters of the notorious KGB, the university, the Novodevichy Convent and much, much more during this three-hour excursion.
Stroll along the vibrant Tverskaya Street, taking in the bustling atmosphere and exclusive shops. Continue to Red Square, so called because of the surrounding red brick buildings. Admire the History Museum, the Kremlin walls and the famous multicoloured onion domes of St Basil's Cathedral. Red Square is also where the Lenin Mausoleum still located, a curious relic of the Soviet Union.
Admire the rebuilt Cathedral of Christ the Saviour (Stalin had the original dynamited) and then see the world-famous Bolshoi Theatre building. Continue to the Lubyanka, where many an unfortunate prisoner passed through the hands of KGB henchmen and which is now the headquarters of its successor agency. Wander the alleyways of the historic merchants’ district Kitay-Gorod then explore the bank of the Moscow River, see the parliament (Duma) and stop at the top of the ‘Sparrow Hills’ for a superb view over the city. Pause in front of Lomonosov University to view a landmark Stalin-era skyscraper then move on to Victory Park. Finally, see the Novodevichy Convent, which inspired Tchaikovsky’s ‘Swan Lake’. The tour finishes in Arbat, a busy pedestrian street in the heart of the old city centre.
Meeting/pick-up point: Next to the fountain of the central gallery in the State Department Store (GUM) located in Red Square, 3 (metro station Okhotniy Riyadh, Ploshad Revolutsii or Teatralnaya).
Start or opening time: Daily at 10am.
End or closing time: 1pm.

Verfügbar bis 31 Dezember 2017
Ausflüge in Moskau - Moscow City Tour by night
Ausflüge in Moskau: The capital transforms itself after sunset, offering an absolute different view at night than the one during daylight hours: stunning and recently installed illumination enhances the beauty of the severe and imposing Stalinist facades, while the magnificent Orthodox churches sparkle. The banks of the Moskva River offer this alternative vision of the city, to be discovered only after the sun goes down.
Meeting/pick-up point: Pick up at the hotel.
Duration: 3 hours.
Start/opening time: 9:30pm.

Verfügbar bis 31 Oktober 2017
Ausflüge in Moskau - Moscow City- Private Tour
Ausflüge in Moskau: Behold the majesty of Moscow with this epic panoramic city tour that takes in the best sights and attractions of the Russian capital. See famous landmarks such as Red Square, the golden-domed Cathedral of Christ the Saviour, the Bolshoi Theatre, the headquarters of the notorious KGB, the university, the Novodevichy Convent and much, much more during this three-hour excursion.
Stroll along the vibrant Tverskaya Street, taking in the bustling atmosphere and exclusive shops. Continue to Red Square, so called because of the surrounding red brick buildings. Admire the History Museum, the Kremlin walls and the famous multicoloured onion domes of St Basil's Cathedral. Red Square is also where the Lenin Mausoleum still located, a curious relic of the Soviet Union.
Admire the rebuilt Cathedral of Christ the Saviour (Stalin had the original dynamited) and then see the world-famous Bolshoi Theatre building. Continue to the Lubyanka, where many an unfortunate prisoner passed through the hands of KGB henchmen and which is now the headquarters of its successor agency. Wander the alleyways of the historic merchants’ district Kitay-Gorod then explore the bank of the Moscow River, see the parliament (Duma) and stop at the top of the ‘Sparrow Hills’ for a superb view over the city. Pause in front of Lomonosov University to view a landmark Stalin-era skyscraper then move on to Victory Park. Finally, see the Novodevichy Convent, which inspired Tchaikovsky’s ‘Swan Lake’. The tour finishes in Arbat, a busy pedestrian street in the heart of the old city centre.
Meeting/pick-up point: Either your hotel or the source side of the central gallery in the state stores in Red Square 3.
Start or opening time: Daily at 10am.
End or closing time: 1pm.

Verfügbar bis 30 Oktober 2017
Ausflüge in Moskau - Moscow Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour and Boat Combo
Ausflüge in Moskau: Take your time exploring the capital of Russia with a combined 24-hour, hop-on hop-off bus and boat ticket and discover Moscow from on board a double-decker bus with retractable roof. Learn the history of the city from the audio commentary, available in 8 languages.
Ride the double-decker bus around the city's historic streets, past canals and rivers, and admire the onion domes of Red Square. Then, swap land for water and cruise along the Vodo’otvodny Canal around Golden Island, stopping at Gorky Park to see the Pushkin Museum of Fine Art.
Duration: Boat tour: 90 minutes. Bus tour: 60 minutes.
Start/opening time: Boat tour: 10:30 am. Bus tour: 10am
End/closing time: Boat tour: 7pm ( 8pm in Summer). Bus tour: 9:30pm.
Frequency: Boat tour: every 30-60 minutes. Bus tour: every 15-60 minutes.
Languages: Bus tour: Commentary in English, Spanish, French, Chinese, Russian, Dutch and Arabic.

Verfügbar bis 31 Dezember 2017
Ausflüge in Moskau - Moscow Metro
Ausflüge in Moskau: Opened on May 15, 1935, by the Soviet government as a symbol of the technological and industrial prowess of the political system, the Moscow metro was considered to be the "People’s Palace". The most important artists of the period took part in its decoration, and materials were brought from all corners of the country, representing the union of the Soviet people.
The metro is still the city’s main transportation artery and even one of the most important in the world, with its 200 kilometres of railway lines and 145 stations. We will visit the most important stations decorated with luxurious materials: more than 20 types of marble, granite, and onyx, as well as paintings, majolica, glass, mural paintings, mosaics, etc.
Meeting/pick-up point: Clients’ hotel at 10am.
Duration: 3 hours.
Start/opening time: At 10am.
End/closing time: At 1pm.
Others: Alternative in case of conditions which affect the activity operation.

Verfügbar bis 31 März 2018
Ausflüge in Moskau - Moscow Tourist Bus - hop on hop off
Ausflüge in Moskau: Whether you’re new to Moscow or an old hand this sightseeing tour on a Double -Decker open top bus is the way to discover the main sights and attractions of Russia’s top tourist destination. You can hop on and off as many times as you like at any of the nine stops around Russia’s capital city as you enjoy an audio-guide featuring fascinating information about the main sights and attractions in English, German and Russian.
The tour starts at Moscow’s emblematic Red Square where you can admire the world- famous Saint Basil’s Cathedral with its elegant onion domes, Lenin’s mausoleum and the Kremlin. Other stops on this must-do tour include the Moskovoretsky Bridge, the elegant Alexandra Gardens, the iconic Udarnik Movie Theatre and the fabulous Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts where you can view one of the world's most significant collections of Impressionist and Post-Impressionist art. Don’t miss the magnificently decorated Kropotkinskaya Metro Station with its splendid marble columns and granite floors.
The ticket is valid for 24-hours, if you wish you can remain on the bus for the entire loop (60 minutes) as you listen to the informative audio commentary, or you can hop on and off at any of the nine stops around the city to explore Moscow’s numerous museums, gardens and squares.
Meeting/ pick-up point: Bus stop. The tour starts at Red Square.
Duration: 1 hour. The ticket is valid for 24 or 48 hours.
Start/opening time: First bus departure at 10am till 7.30pm. Departures every 20 minutes.
Languages: Audioguide available in English, German, Russian, Chinese, Italian and Arabic.
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Ausflüge in Moskau - Moscow Underground
Ausflüge in Moskau: Go beneath the streets on this tour of the spectacular, mind-bending Moscow Metro! Be awed by architecture and spot the propaganda, then hear soviet stories from a local in the know. Finish it all up above ground, looking up to Stalin’s skyscrapers, and get the inside scoop on what’s gone on behind those walls.
We begin our Moscow tour beneath the city, exploring the underground palace of the Moscow Metro. From the Square of Revolution station, famous for its huge statues of soviet people (an armed soldier, a farmer with a rooster, a warrior, and more), we’ll move onto some of the most significant stations, where impressive mosaics, columns, and chandeliers will boggle your eyes! Moreover, these stations reveal a big part of soviet reality — the walls depict plenty of propaganda, with party leaders looking down from images on the walls. Your local guide will share personal stories of his/her family from USSR times, giving you insight into Russia’s complicated past and present.
Then we’re coming back up to street level, where we’ll take a break and refuel with some Russian fast food: traditional pancakes, called bliny. And then, stomachs satiated, we are ready to move forward!
We’ll take the eco-friendly electric trolleybus, with a route along the Moscow Garden Ring. Used mainly by Russian babushkas (grannies) during the day, the trolleybus hits peak hours in the mornings and evenings, when many locals use it going to and from their days.
Our first stop will be the Aviator’s House, one of Stalin’s Seven Sisters, followed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs — and you’ll hear the legends of what has gone on inside the walls.
Throughout your Moscow tour, you’ll learn curious facts from soviet history while seeing how Russia exists now, 25 years after the USSR.
HIGHLIGHTS:
Explore the spectacular stations of the Moscow Metro, one of the world’s most beautiful subway systems
Hear personal stories of soviet Russia, told by a local guide
Sample bliny, a Russian fast food treat
Hop on the local trolleybus for a ride alongside Moscow residents
See Stalin’s Seven Sisters and hear the legends of what went on inside the walls
Meeting/pick-up point: Karl Marks Monument on Revolution Square, metro stop: Square of Revolution.
Duration: 3 hours.
Start/opening time: At 10am.
End/closing time: At 1pm.
Languages: English.
Others: Pancake snack and drink included.

Verfügbar bis 30 Dezember 2017
Ausflüge in Moskau - Moskow's Boulevard Ring Walking Tour
Ausflüge in Moskau: Moscow’s Boulevard Ring is, obviously, a boulevard in the form of a ring, but not exactly as you would imagine, actually the form is more like a horseshoe. It is a perfect place for having a nice relaxed walk surrounded by trees and nature even being in the city.
The Boulevard Ring goes through the popular Old Town or historical district, going by the White Town, formerly known as the second ring. It is 9 kilometers long and it is considered to be a garden-park. It is so nice and popular that it constantly goes through improvements. So besides having many historical sights, you will see that it can have many modern and well-kept structures.
A walking tour on Boulevard ring in Moscow is certainly going to be one of the highlights of your trip! With a private guide you will be able to see a lot of amazing buildings, streets, secret gateways and many other!
Your journey will start from Prechistensky area, followed by walk to Arbatsky, Tverskoy, Sretensky, Pokrovsky and Yauzsky neighbourhoods. All so different from each other, with their own history and fascinating places to see!
Definitely you will have a great time with this experience and enjoying the beautiful sights of a relaxing walking tour through one of the most popular spots of the Russian capital. So don’t hesitate and book this walking guided tour now!
Meeting/pick-up point: Entrance to the Cathedral of Christ the Saviour.
Duration: 4 hours.

Verfügbar bis 31 Dezember 2017
Ausflüge in Moskau - Novodievichy Monastery
Ausflüge in Moskau: Novodevichy Monastery, designated by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site, is one of the most beautiful monasteries in all of Russia and is situated in the southwest of the capital on a meadow next to the Moskva River. It was founded as a fortified monastery by Vasili III in 1524 to commemorate a victory over the Polish and Lithuanian armies and the seizure of Smolensk. During the 16th and 17th centuries the great boyar families and even the tsar’s family sent their daughters there.
The monastery is situated next to a small lake which served as the inspiration for Tchaikovsky’s famous Swan Lake ballet, the exteriors of its five-domed cathedral and bell tower being stunningly beautiful. In Novodevichy Cemetery, situated on the Monastery’s grounds, numerous outstanding and famous Russian personalities from the worlds of art, science, and even politics are buried: Boris Yeltsin, Khrushchev, Kropotkin, and Molotov rest here, along with Chekhov, Gogol, Mayakovski, Bulgakov, and also Rostropovich, Shostakovich, Stanislavsky, Rubinstein, Chaliapin, and Eisenstein. The five-domed cathedral dedicated to Our Lady of Smolensk is the oldest building inside the monastery, as it was built in the first half of the 16th century by Italian architects. Its interior is decorated with frescoes of an extraordinary beauty and majestic golden icons.
In Novodevichy Museum we will find valuable collections of icons, jewellery, embroideries, and ancient books.
Meeting/pick-up point: Pick up at the hotel.
Duration: 3 hours.
Start/opening time: At 10am.
End/closing time: At1pm.

Verfügbar bis 30 Dezember 2017
Ausflüge in Moskau - Old Moscow: Walking tour
Ausflüge in Moskau: Although Moscow is one of the biggest cities in the world, you can certainly see many of the things it has to offer just by doing a walk through all of the old center of Moscow.
By doing this tour about Moscow’s Old Center, you will have the chance to see many famous monuments from the very beginnings of when this city was built, until the Soviet era and until today.
Among some of the most important sights to visit, this walking tour around the Old Center of Moscow will allow you to see:
The world-famous Red Square of Moscow: This includes of course passing by the impressive Kremlin, residence of the President of Russia and St. Basil’s Cathedral The peculiar and artistic Metro of the city: This subway system is considered one of the most beautiful in the world because of the unbelievable works of art and architecture in their stations
Ulitsa Varvarka: Also known as St. Barbara Street. It is a beautiful and historically important street very near from the Kremlin. It used to be the residence of representatives of the Romanov Dinasty
Book a tour with private guide, and get a unique opportunity to get acquainted with the places of important events, learn about a unique architectural style, and places where great writers and poets used to live in.
This is definitely one of the main tours you should do if you visit Moscow just for a short period and you don’t want to miss the most important things to see in the Russian capital.
Duration: 2 hours.
Start/opening time: Depending on option chosen. (at 10am, 12pm, 2pm or 4pm. )
Languages: English, Spanish, German, French and Italian

Verfügbar bis 31 Oktober 2017
Ausflüge in Moskau - Private visit to Tretjakov Gallery
Ausflüge in Moskau: Delve into the past of Russia’s glorious artistic heritage on a visit to the Tretyakov Gallery.
This unsurpassed art gallery, named after its founder, the famous merchant Pavel Tretyakov (1832-1898), houses one of the country’s biggest collections of Russian art. Tretyakov was a big sponsor of arts of the 19th century and his dream was to build a large museum open to everyone irrespective of class or fortune with a substantial collection of exhibits to help people understand and admire the history of Russian Art.
The project was realized in 1881 with an inauguration of the gallery. Tretyakov presented more than 2,000 exhibits to the gallery from his own collection in Moscow, beginning the history of what has become an impressive museum today. After his death in 1898 the collection grew quite rapidly taking on new dimensions following the October Revolution of 1917 when museum collections were privatised and art was transferred from other museums and religious buildings. Works were also bought and donated from private collectors.
Stroll around and explore more than 170,000 works of art created by Russian artists covering many centuries and styles. Besides its great collection of religious icons, we will admire the exclusive historical panorama of Russian painting from the 11th century up to the present day. Among some of the best most known pieces is the 12th century Byzantine ‘Virgin of Vladimir’, widely regarded to be the finest panel icon of its type and the medieval masterpiece of Andrei Rublev called the ‘Trinity’. Whatever your taste in art, be it modern, classic or ancient you will be sure to find something to tickle your fancy.
Meeting point: Two meeting points depending on the customers' choice: the customers' hotel or in the source side of the central gallery in the state stores in Red Square 3.
Duration: Approximately 3 hours.
Start or opening time: The tour is available daily (except on Mondays) at 10am.
End or closing time: At 1pm.

Verfügbar bis 31 Oktober 2017
Ausflüge in Moskau - Private-Kremlin visit and three cathedrals inclusive
Ausflüge in Moskau: Step into the epicentre of Russia with this exciting tour of the Kremlin and three of cathedrals within its walls. This historic citadel has now cast off its fearsome reputation and its five palaces and four cathedrals can now be visited, allowing you a glimpse of the lavish lifestyles of the tsars and Soviet dictators.
The word Kremlin in Russian means fortress and this unconquerable citadel is the cradle of the city, its walls defiantly protecting it for centuries. To this day it remains the seat of power in Russia. Rather than a single monument, the Kremlin is an enigmatic and rather eclectic selection of churches, palaces, squares, walls and towers offering an enormous array of decorative and applied arts.
Marvel at the impressive medieval walls and watch towers that still encircle the complex. Gaze in awe at the superb churches and cathedrals with their gleaming golden onion domes. Be stunned by the immense beauty of the Great Kremlin Palace or the pretty Poteshny Palace. Then visit the fort to see the Tsar Bell, the largest bell in the world. Broken during casting it has never been rung but still remains an incredible sight.
Continue to the monumental Cathedral Square, the Sobornaya, for a in depth look at the Cathedral of the Dormition, the Cathedral of the Annunciation and the Cathedral of the Archangel. Also here are the Palace of Facets, the Church of the Deposition of the Robe and the Church of the Twelve Apostles as well as the imposing Ivan the Great Bell Tower.
Meeting/pick-up point: Either your hotel or the source side of the central gallery in the state stores in Red Square 3.
Start/opening time: Daily except on Thursdays at 10am.
End/closing time: 1pm.
Languages: English, Spanish, French, Italian, German and Portuguese.

Verfügbar bis 29 Oktober 2017
Ausflüge in Moskau - Private-Novodevichy Convent
Ausflüge in Moskau: Be dazzled by the gold and silver onion domes of Novodevichy Convent in Moscow with this fascinating three-hour tour to this historic Unesco World Heritage Site. This visit is a must if you are interested in architecture, history, art or spirituality.
Nestled in picturesque spot on a bend of the River Moscow in southwestern Moscow, this large religious complex was originally founded in 1524 by Grand Prince Vasily III to celebrate the victory over the Lithuanians at the Siege of Smolensk. Such was its breathtaking beauty that it soon became a retreat for the noblest of ladies.
Enter through the decorative red and white baroque transfiguration gate-church and take in the wonderful sights inside. The main and oldest structure within the complex is the imposing six–pillared, five-domed Cathedral of Our Lady of Smolensk. This imposing temple has an astonishingly elaborate interior decorated with numerous frescoes from the 16th century. Of particular note is the octagonal bell tower, a later addition, which is considered by many to be the finest in all of Moscow. For a long time its 72 metres also made it the tallest structure in the city.
The other churches and buildings within the complex are also of great interest. The striking red and white colours of the baroque Muscovite style contrast beautifully with the blue sky and offer a very photogenic scene. The onion-domed Church of Assumption is a prime example as are the Church of St Amvrosiy Mediolanskiy and the Old Refectory.
Meeting/pick-up point: Collection from hotels.
Start/opening time: Daily (except Tuesdays and the first Monday of each month) at 10am.
End/closing time: 1pm.

Verfügbar bis 31 Dezember 2017
Ausflüge in Moskau - Pushkin Museum with Transfer
Ausflüge in Moskau: The State Museum of Fine Arts, named after the famous Russian poet Alexander Pushkin, houses the biggest art collection in Moscow, earning it a global reputation. It was inaugurated in 1912 as an initiative of the Pectoral Senate of the University, mainly funded by the philanthropist Nechaev. The nucleus of the collection came from the Hermitage, brought over when the communists transferred the capital of Russia from St. Petersburg to Moscow in 1918, and from the former Rumyantsev Museum in Moscow. It was also the beneficiary of many pieces taken from German museums at the end of World War II.
It is well-known for its exhibitions of impressionistic and post-impressionistic art (Renoir, Gauguin, etc. ), and its collections consist of 14th - 19th century paintings by such artists as Rubens, Rembrandt, and Botticelli, and have grown over time. The Ancient Art section is particularly intriguing, including Egyptian (more than 6000 items), Assyrian, Babylonian, and Pre-Christian art.
The legendary "Treasures of Troy", taken from the Pergamon Museum in Berlin, are displayed in the Museum’s famous room #7.
Meeting/pick-up point: Hotel pick-up at 10am.
Duration: 4 hours.
Start/opening time: At 10am.
End/closing time: At 2pm.
Languages: English, Spanish, French, German and Italian.
Others: Alternative in case of conditions which affect the activity operation.

Verfügbar bis 30 Dezember 2017
Ausflüge in Moskau - Red Square in Moscow
Ausflüge in Moskau: The famous Red Square in Moscow, probably one of the best known places in the world, is of course the central square of the capital of the biggest country in the world, Russia. This is definitely one of the places you cannot miss if you are visiting Moscow. The Red Square has so many things to see, and so much history behind it, that if you just get there by yourself without the help or knowledge of an expert tour guide, it will be very hard to really appreciate its importance and all it has to offer.
Just northeast of the also popular Kremlin, this square used to be a marketplace many years ago, but it has taken a lot of relevance throughout history and it has been the place of choice for lots of ceremonies, proclamations and even music concerts, among other important events, both planned and unplanned. Its importance goes beyond history or common popularity. It is also considered the center of Russia, because from this point start all the roads of the country, so it is considered to be the ‘Zero Kilometer’. The Red Square, in the opinion of many, the most important and most famous tourist attraction in Moscow.
Your personal tour guide will help you learn that it was originally made of wood, and its red brick was acquired only in the 19th century. So, if you really want to know one of Moscow’s and even Russia’s most important places in history and culture, then you are definitely in the right place. Book now an expert tour guide and enjoy the experience.
Meeting/pick-up point: Manege Sq, Moskva - Marshal Zhukov Monument
Duration: 2 hours.
Start/opening time: Depending on the chosen option.
Languages: English, Spanish, German, French, Italian.

Verfügbar bis 31 Dezember 2017
Ausflüge in Moskau - Sergiev Posad
Ausflüge in Moskau: Located about 70 kilometres to the north from Moscow on the Imperial Road of the Golden Ring, Sergiyev Posad (formerly known as Zagorsk) is one of the most important centres of Russian Orthodoxy. Its construction was begun by St. Sergius, who established a monastery-fortress there in 1340 that would over the course of the centuries become one of the most important spiritual centres in Russia. There you will see the characteristic elements of the military architecture of the 15th-18th centuries, the period of its development.
Nowadays, the Monastery of the Holy Trinity and St. Sergius is still operational and is home to a seminary, the Technological Institute, the Pilgrimage Centre, and the residence of His Holiness the Patriarch of All Russia, thanks to which the city picked up its nickname as the "Russian Vatican. " Among its numerous churches and cathedrals, the most notable and significant are the Cathedral of the Assumption with its blue domes and the Cathedral of Dormition. It houses the tomb of Boris Godunov and his family as well as a copy of Andrei Rublev’s famous icon of the Trinity, the original of which is in the Tretiakov Gallery in Moscow. Sergiyev Posad has been designated by the UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.
Then, wending our way through Suzdal on narrow and picturesque roads crisscrossing beautiful landscapes, we will see the historical towns of the Golden Ring: Alexandrov with its Kremlin built under Ivan the Terrible and Yuryev Polsky, founded in the 12th century by Yuri Dolgorukiy.
Meeting/pick-up point: Pick up at the hotel at 9am.
Duration: 4 hours.
Start/opening time: At 9am.
End/closing time: At 1pm.

Verfügbar bis 31 Dezember 2017
Ausflüge in Moskau - Sergiev Posad + Izmailovo + Vodka museum
Ausflüge in Moskau: The range of products and their varied origins are proof that we stand at the crossroads between Europe and Asia. Several workshops offer the opportunity to try one’s hand at traditional jobs such as goldsmithery, pottery, and weaving. You can also admire many imitation buildings representing traditional Russian architecture made from wood and stone.
In order to get to know the history of this well-loved beverage in Russia - it is just as common to drink it during a marriage as it is to do so when celebrating a birth! It was even used as currency at the beginning of the 20th century. The principles of distillation will be detailed in order to understand how to produce this 80 proof alcohol (or at least the commercial version) that was even served to troops during World War II. Moreover, a part of the museum is dedicated to this tragic period.
The visit is followed by a little vodka tasting.
Meeting/pick-up point: Clients’ hotel at 9am.
Duration: 5 hours.
Start/opening time: At 9am.
End/closing time: At 2pm.
Others: Alternative in case of conditions which affect the activity operation .

Verfügbar bis 31 Oktober 2017
Ausflüge in Moskau - Special discount offer: Moscow City Tour - private
Ausflüge in Moskau: Behold the majesty of Moscow with this epic panoramic city tour that takes in the best sights and attractions of the Russian capital. See famous landmarks such as Red Square, the golden-domed Cathedral of Christ the Saviour, the Bolshoi Theatre, the headquarters of the notorious KGB, the university, the Novodevichy Convent and much, much more during this three-hour excursion.
Stroll along the vibrant Tverskaya Street, taking in the bustling atmosphere and exclusive shops. Continue to Red Square, so called because of the surrounding red brick buildings. Admire the History Museum, the Kremlin walls and the famous multicoloured onion domes of St Basil's Cathedral. Red Square is also where the Lenin Mausoleum still located, a curious relic of the Soviet Union.
Admire the rebuilt Cathedral of Christ the Saviour (Stalin had the original dynamited) and then see the world-famous Bolshoi Theatre building. Continue to the Lubyanka, where many an unfortunate prisoner passed through the hands of KGB henchmen and which is now the headquarters of its successor agency. Wander the alleyways of the historic merchants’ district Kitay-Gorod then explore the bank of the Moscow River, see the parliament (Duma) and stop at the top of the ‘Sparrow Hills’ for a superb view over the city. Pause in front of Lomonosov University to view a landmark Stalin-era skyscraper then move on to Victory Park. Finally, see the Novodevichy Convent, which inspired Tchaikovsky’s ‘Swan Lake’. The tour finishes in Arbat, a busy pedestrian street in the heart of the old city centre.
Meeting/pick-up point: Next to the fountain of the central gallery in the State Department Store (GUM) located in Red Square, 3 (metro station Okhotniy Riyadh, Ploshad Revolutsii or Teatralnaya).
Start or opening time: Daily at 10am.
End or closing time: 1pm.

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