Start your journey through Moscow at Bolotnaya Square, where the adventure onboard the green and red lines start. The red line will take you over the Great Stone Bridge, also know as the where you'll be able to see the statue of Peter the Great and also the Cathedral of Christ the Saviour.
See some of the biggest art collections in Russia at the Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts, or enjoy of a nice stroll around Alexander Garden. Don't miss out on another incredible attraction: the Big Moskvoretsky bridge, a concrete arch-like structure which spans the Moscow River, connecting the Red Square and Bolshaya Ordynka Street of Zamoskvorechye. The bridge’s architect, Alexey Shchusev, chose pink granite as the facade to make the bridge look as if it were built from real rock.
If you hop on the Green Line instead, you can visit the Moscow Book House, where you'll find the perfect book for everyone. You'll definitely want to hop-off at the Red Square, one of the most bustling, vibrant spaces in Moscow. Add some Russian history to your trip by visiting the Moscow State Historical Museum nearby, its red colour and grand architecture will leave you breathless.
The Orange Line will take you on a journey through Moscow's Soviet past. You'll get to learn more about the Russian space program at the Moscow Museum of Cosmonautics and Cosmonauts Alley, then head over to the VDNKh park, full of palatial pavilions, fountains and ponds.
You can also combine your bus ticket with a cruise along the river. Available only during the summer season, this cruise tour will show you the best sights of the city from another perspective.