Moscow is a city waiting to be explored. See all its highlights, including Pushkinskaya Square, Tverskaya Street and an authentic Russian Orthodox. Walk through the streets of Moscow like a local and visit the St. Basil's Cathedral. Explore places that only Moscovitas know about.
You'll start off with a trip to Pushkinskaya Square, named after the great Russian poet Alexander Pushkin. Here you will find the avant-garde building of the former main soviet newspaper. You can also try local snacks such as the famous chebureks (deep-fried dough with meat filling) or enjoy traditional Russian tea. Then, you'll take a walk around Tverskaya Street, passing by the monument to the founder of the city and the governor’s house. Along the way, you’ll learn a bit about Russian theatre, and you’ll be able to visit a Russian Orthodox Church.
The tour ends at one of the most famous places in Russia, the Red Square in the heart of Moscow. There, you'll find landmarks like Lenin’s Tomb and the 16th-century St. Basil’s Cathedral which you will visit from the inside. Troughout 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.