Take a walk along the most beautiful boulevards of the capital, look at the old alleys and get to know the colorful stories of the capital's residents.
Your walk will begin at the Cathedral of Christ the Savior, where you will hear about its fate during the Soviet era. Then you will see where the shop of the legendary Russian entrepreneur nicknamed "the milk king" was located. Don't miss the oldest operating cinema in Moscow, which is more than 100 years old.
You will enter the House of Polar Explorers, where Arctic explorers "arrived from the ice floe" lived. Learn why the building of the main USSR news agency TASS is called a "house with a globe", a "talking house" and even a "TV set". The trip ends on the spacious and noisy Tverskaya Street, a couple of steps from the Red Square.