“Moscow Calling” – is a get-to-know walking tour mainly for those who visit Moscow for the first time. It’s also a good opportunity for busy people who don’t have a lot of free time, but still want to get acquainted with the city.
The tour covers interesting moments of history and architecture of Moscow from ancient times to modern day. You will spend 3 wonderful hours with our dedicated and cheerful guide. The tour doesn’t include visits to museums or any establishments.
- Tverskaya Street
- Theatre Square (Bolshoi Theatre, Hotel Metropol, TsUM)
- Revolution Square
- Tretyakov Drive
- Nikolskaya Street
- Red Square (St. Basil’s Cathedral, Lenin’s Mausoleum, GUM)
- Kremlin Wall
- Manezhnaya Square (History Museum, hotel Moskva)
- Alexander Garden
Itinerary – the tour starts near Chekov statue on Kamergersky lane. How to get to the starting point – Okhotny Ryad station (line №1), exit №3, go down Tverskaya str, turn right to Kamergersky lane, Chekhov Statue will be on the right, opposite Moscow Art Theatre. The tour ends near Aleksandrovsky Sad station.
Duration – about 3h
Price – adults – 1,000 RUB, children under 18 – 500 RUB, children under 12 – free of charge (only cash is acceptable)
Language – English
Our guide will hold a bag or a folder with “Moscow…and beyond” logo.
You may download the brochure with all necessary information.