This is a walking tour that takes place in Moscow that allows travellers to explore places such as the Kremlin and the famous Red Square.
Tourists will get to explore Kremlin, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and one of the biggest and oldest fortresses in Russia
Travellers will be visiting the Red Square of Moscow, a place where once a great fire took place during the 15th century and was never rebuilt again
What You'll Do:
Travellers will be picked up from their respective hotels and taken to the different sites via metro
Upon entering the Kremlin, the tourists will get to see the Tsar Cannon, The Tsar Bells, and the four famous cathedrals - Assumption Cathedral, Annunciation Cathedral, Archangel Cathedral, and the Cathedral of the 12 Apostles
Tourists also get to visit the four Kremlin Palaces and view them from the outside - Great Kremlin Palace, State Kremlin Palace, Terem Palace, and the Poteshny Palace
What It Includes:
This tour is led by a friendly and local tour guide
Travellers get to see the 5 famous squares which include Palace Square, Cathedral Square, Ivanovo Square, Trinity Square, and the Senate Square
Travellers will also get to see other photoshoot locations like the Red Square, Kazan Cathedral, St. Basils Cathedral, the Bolshoi Theatre, and the Street of Kitay Gorod
Tourists will also get to see Lenin's Mausoleum, where his body is preserved
Tourists will also be provided with lunch at an authentic Russian restaurant
Tourists who have participated on this trip before have exclaimed that their tour guide was very friendly and helpful.
Travellers also liked how their tour guide tailored the trip based on their request
Tourists enjoyed walking and seeing the various sights, along with learning about the history of the city
Is It Right:
This tour is not suitable for travellers " using wheelchairs
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