During this walking tour you will discover the diversity of Russian architectural masterpieces from underground palaces over the largest cathedral in the city, to the aristocratic residences of the 19th century.
Worldwide, the Moscow metro is celebrated for its beauty. Built like palaces, but palaces for the people, the stations represent various architectural aspects not only of Russian culture, but also of other republics of the USSR. Your tour guide will walk you through the most beautiful stations and tell you their stories and secrets. Then you will stroll relaxed over the Arbat, the heart of the picturesque and charming pedestrian street of old Moscow. From here you will see some of the most beautiful houses and buildings in Moscow's best-preserved area.
Next, go to the Cathedral of Christ the Savior, the largest cathedral in Russia. With your tour guide, you will not only discover the wealth of the cathedral, but also the turbulent history of the replica and the original building destroyed by Stalin in 1931.