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Red Square is also home to Lenin’s Mausoleum and features Russian Army parades on various holidays throughout the year. The word “Kremlin” in Russian means fortress, and in early Rus every important town had a fortress encircled by a wall where the main buildings, churches, and cathedrals were located and protected. The Moscow fortress, the cradle of the city, is the main fortress in the country and has been designated by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. Built in the 12th century, it took the form we know today in the 15th century. It is an excellent reflection of the different stages of Russian art; a single monumental centre of architecture, painting, and decorative and applied arts.

The best craftsmen and artists worked on its churches, cathedrals, and palaces, bequeathing to us their priceless work framing the power and fame of Russia that is concentrated in its unforgettable alleyways and different sections. The Kremlin is even today the seat of some of the main political and religious government bodies: the President’s Palace, different administrative and military buildings such as the Senate and Armoury, and also numerous churches and cathedrals. Its walls, 19 meters high and 2235 meters long, tower above the Moskva River and Red Square and are made from eight kilogram bricks.

We will visit the fortress, enjoying the view of the world’s biggest "tsar bell", forged in 1733, and the "tsar cannon", one of the biggest guns ever made in the entire world. Forged in 1586 by Andrew Chokhov, its purpose was to defend the gate of the Spasskaya tower, though it has never been used. The Cathedral Square is an architectural jewel, flanked by the Dormition Cathedral, the Cathedral of the Annunciation, and the Cathedral of the Archangel.

The ideal way to get in touch with the city, including its historical centre and major monuments. We will stroll along the broad avenues, making our way through the famous Tverskaya Street to the top of Sparrow Hills, under the imposing stare of Lomonosov University, one of the Stalin-era skyscrapers scattered throughout the city. From there we will admire an impressive panorama of the city, followed by a stop at Victory Park and another in front of Novodevichy Convent and its lake, the inspiration for Tchaikovsky’s Swan Lake. We will approach the historical centre from the banks of the Moskva River, coming out near the White House, location of the siege of the Russian Government. We will also stop at Arbat Street, a busy pedestrian thoroughfare nicknamed the “Moscow Montmartre” because of the artist that used to live in the area and the painters that nowadays populate the street.

We will pass in front of the Cathedral of Christ the Saviour, the Parliament Building (Duma), Bolshoi Theatre, and the imposing facade of Lubyanka, headquarters of the KGB. We will continue through the alleyways of the ancient merchant district Kitai-Gorod, which contains numerous small churches, finally arriving at Red Square, undoubtedly one of the most beautiful in the world and designated by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. It was named Red, or “Krasnaya” in Russian, which in Old Russian was a synonym of “beautiful.” Now the square is surrounded by the famous buildings of the Russian Historical Museum, the Kremlin, and Saint Basil’s Cathedral with its gorgeous onion domes, built by order of Ivan the Terrible.

desde 65,4 €

Zemlyanoy Val, 33

Visit Moscow’s main arts and design districts, ArtPlay and Winzavod Browse through one-of-a-kind creations made by local artisans. Visit a shop that features artwork by autistic children Hunt for rare records in a vinyl store filled with collector’s editions Stop for a snack in Moscow’s only vegan café.

Take a trip through modern Moscow, checking out the best of the city’s arts and culture. Browse shops selling goods by local artisans, uncover cool finds in design, and explore the galleries that make up Moscow’s modern art movement. Along the way, snack like a true hipster at the city’s only vegan café. Your Moscow tour will start by taking you to the ArtPlay district, the first neighbourhood of its kind in the city, inspired by London’s galleries that occupy former industrial spaces. ArtPlay is home to Moscow’s trendiest studios, shops, and cafés, and we’ll visit a shop where local artisans sell handmade earrings, bracelets, and clothing, as well as old postcards, pins, and other finds.

We’ll also browse through a shop where they sell cups and t-shirts with prints made by autistic children. From there, we’ll take a snack break with a stop at the only vegan place in the city, with a great atmosphere and super delicious food. If the weather’s nice, we’ll gather in their small outdoor garden — but even if we can’t go outside, don’t worry as they have a very hip and stylish cafeteria.

Along the way, you’ll also learn a bit about recycling in Russia, as here is one of few places where they accept rubbish to recycle. We’ll move on to a few art houses, including the British Higher School of Design and Winzavod, the centre of modern arts and a former wine factory. We’ll visit several galleries situated within the property, which regularly change exhibits and always surprise guests with something original. While we’re here, you may want to check out a local shop selling vinyl records. You can find rare collector records, as well as some modern editions — a true highlight for vinyl lovers! There are also a few souvenir shops with extraordinary finds — bring your spending money for gifts to bring back home!

At the end of the tour, if you’re feeling hungry, you can stay for a meal at the marvelous café, with tasty dishes and welcoming staff. Otherwise, your guide will accompany you to the closest metro station, leaving you free to explore more of Moscow on your own.

desde 56 €

Opened on May 15, 1935, by the Soviet government as a symbol of the technological and industrial prowess of the political system, the Moscow metro was considered to be the "People’s Palace". The most important artists of the period took part in its decoration, and materials were brought from all corners of the country, representing the union of the Soviet people.

The metro is still the city’s main transportation artery and even one of the most important in the world, with its 200 kilometres of railway lines and 145 stations. We will visit the most important stations decorated with luxurious materials: more than 20 types of marble, granite, and onyx, as well as paintings, majolica, glass, mural paintings, mosaics, etc.

desde 17,34 €

La catedral de San Isaac y su cúpula dorada que data del siglo XIX es la primera parada de nuestra ruta y es uno de los monumentos más conocidos de San Petersburgo. Contempla las maravillosas vistas de la ciudad desde su plataforma de observación dorada. La catedral es, sin duda, una visita obligatoria ya que presume de una gran historia, pasando de ser un museo del ateísmo en tiempos soviéticos a una importante colección de obras de arte del siglo XIX.

El recorrido continúa hacia el edificio más famoso de la ciudad, el Palacio de Invierno, que no solamente domina la plaza del Palacio y el terraplén sur del río Neva, sino que también desempeña un papel político y cultural en la historia de la ciudad. Si eres amante del arte, el museo del Hermitage cuenta con obras maestras de artistas como Leonardo da Vinci, Picasso y Rembrandt. Explora sus 350 salas que albergan más de tres millones de obras y objetos.

Esta visita turística te brinda la oportunidad de descubrir los edificios más destacados de la San Petersburgo, las estatuas, parques y canales que definen el carácter de esta ciudad singular. Baja del autobús y toca los dedos de los pies de las siete estatuas atlantes para tener buena suerte. Si lo prefieres, explora la calle Nevsky Prospekt que, además de tener numerosos palacios, teatros y museos, es el centro de la vida social y cultural de la ciudad, repleto de bares, restaurantes, tiendas y cafés a lo largo de sus casi cinco kilómetros de longitud.

La catedral de Nuestra Señora de Kazán, el parque Jardín de Verano o la iglesia del Salvador sobre la Sangre Derramada, por nombrar algunos, son otros puntos destacados de la ciudad que son dignos de una visita. Preocúpate únicamente por tomarte el tiempo que haga falta para explorar la llamada «ciudad de los zares» y deja que City Sightseeing te dé toda la información necesaria a través de las audioguías multilingües.

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Audioguía disponible en: inglés, ruso, alemán, italiano, chino, francés, español, japonés y coreano.

desde 11,85 €

Kremlin

The word “Kremlin” in Russian means fortress, and in early Rus every important town had a fortress encircled by a wall where the main buildings, churches, and cathedrals were located and protected. The Moscow fortress, the cradle of the city, is the main fortress in the country and has been designated by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. Built in the 12th century, it took the form we know today in the 15th century. It is an excellent reflection of the different stages of Russian art; a single monumental centre of architecture, painting, and decorative and applied arts. The best craftsmen and artists worked on its churches, cathedrals, and palaces, bequeathing to us their priceless work framing the power and fame of Russia that is concentrated in its unforgettable alleyways and different sections.

The Kremlin is even today the seat of some of the main political and religious government bodies: the President’s Palace, different administrative and military buildings such as the Senate and Armoury, and also numerous churches and cathedrals. Its walls, 19 meters high and 2235 meters long, tower above the Moskva River and Red Square and are made from eight kilogram bricks. We will visit the fortress, enjoying the view of the world’s biggest "tsar bell", forged in 1733, and the "tsar cannon", one of the biggest guns ever made in the entire world. Forged in 1586 by Andrew Chokhov, its purpose was to defend the gate of the Spasskaya tower, though it has never been used.

The Cathedral Square is an architectural jewel, flanked by the Dormition Cathedral, the Cathedral of the Annunciation, and the Cathedral of the Archangel.

desde 38,68 €

The State Historical Museum - Red Square, 1

Moscow is the capital and most important city of the biggest country in the world, Russia. So you can imagine it is not a small city and, with the rich and long history of the country, it is only logical that there is a lot to see. But worry not! As doing a tour around Moscow’s city center will cover many of the most important tourist attractions and monuments. And that is what makes this tour one of the most relevant to really get to know the city, especially if you are visiting the city for a short time and you can’t afford seeing everything in separate days, little by little.

With this tour you will discover the most beautiful and historically important attractions of the Russian capital. The itinerary will be as follows: our walking tour starts at Red Square - the “heart” of Moscow and the whole of Russia. Although it is one of the most well-known tourist destinations, this place is so beautiful that it is absolutely worth visiting. During the excursion you will also see The Moscow Manege, and after this, you will take a walk through Alexander Gardens and the city center to The Cathedral of Christ the Savior. This building is enormous and truly impressive, being the highest Orthodox Christian church in the world.

Then the route goes through the green and pleasant Gogolevsky Boulevard and finishes with a walk by the famous Arbat street with its street musicians, where you will be surrounded by eclectic art markets and cosy sidewalk cafés.

A tour around Moscow’s city center with a tour guide like this will most definitely make you fall in love with the Russian capital.

desde 184 €

Near the museum entrance

The biggest collection of Russian art in the city is located in this majestic palace built by the Grand Duke Michael, son of Tsar Paul I, and designed by Carlo Rossi. Inaugurated by Nicholas II in 1895, its 320,000 exhibits beautifully demonstrate the evolution of Russian art from the 11th century onward.

We will admire excellent examples of Russian pictorial art, including Soviet Realism, subjects of decorative art, and traditional crafts, as well as one of the world’s best collections of applied arts and sculptures. However, the most famous treasures of the museum are undoubtedly the splendid icons of Andrei Rublev.

desde 26,7 €

This tour is ideal for getting the feel of the city, and in particular its historical center and major monuments. Participants will enjoy Nevsky Prospect along with its most prestigious buildings: the Anichkov, Stroganov, and Belozersky Palaces; Lutheran, Catholic, and Armenian churches; the orthodox Cathedral of Our Lady of Kazan, the Eliseev, Singer, and Mertens buildings, and many others.

We will cross the Fontanka, the river that, along with the Moika River and Griboedov Canal, formed the border of the city center. The banks of Griboedov Canal are home to the well-known Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood, built in the so typically Russian style with its multicolored cupolas and gold onion domes. The former Winter Palace, once a residence of the tsars and now the Hermitage Museum, dominates the northern bank of the Neva River, while on the opposite bank the silhouette of the Peter and Paul Fortress and its high spire command the skyline.

We will stop by the House of Peter the Great - it was from this modest residence that the Tsar personally kept an eye on the construction of "his" city between 1703 and 1708. On Vasilievsky Island we will see the Strelka, the Menchikov palace and a historical building which is part of the State University.

We will pass by the Admiralty with its imposing gold broach, a symbol of the Russian navy on which Peter the Great wanted to base his empire. His equestrian statue is erected in front of the Senate building and St. Isaac’s Cathedral with its impressive columns made from Finnish red granite. Then there are the buildings of the Conservatory and Mariinsky Theatre on Theater Square, after which the tour will conclude with a visit to the St. Nicolas Naval Cathedral, surrounded by canals. This St. Petersburg landmark was designed and constructed by two main architects: the Spanish Agustin de Betancourt and French Auguste de Montferrand.

St. Isaac’s Cathedral is one of the largest cathedrals in Europe, while also one of the richest by the luxury of its materials: gold, malachite, lazuli, 14 varieties of marble, more than 40 minerals and semiprecious stones, granite from Finland, and 600 square meters of mosaics, along with numerous paintings and sculptures. The dome is covered with 100 kilograms of gold. The imposing columns are each 43 meters high and made from a single piece of granite from Finland. More than half a million workers took part in the construction of the cathedral, made particularly difficult by the swampy ground, the magnitude of the project, and the heavy materials that were employed - more than 300,000 tons! Today the cathedral is a museum, with only one small chapel used for religious purposes every day, though religious services are still held on the most important orthodox holidays.

desde 37,36 €

Located on a small island opposite the winter palace and dominating three branches of the Neva River, the Fortress was intended to protect the city from a naval assault. It was the city’s first building and is considered the foundation of St. Petersburg, while the tsars also used it as a political prison for their main opponents.

Now it is a museum and one of the best spots in the city to enjoy magnificent panoramic views of the Neva’s southern bank. One of the guns on the top of its bulwarks is even fired every day at noon, and what was initially a small wooden church built inside the big fortress was eventually expanded and improved on, becoming the current cathedral, both hits with visiting tourists.

There we will take in the graves of all the tsars of the Romanov dynasty and their families, including the grave of Peter the Great, founder of the city, and those of Nicholas II and his family, killed during the Bolshevik revolution of 1918. Their remains were buried in the cathedral in 1998.

desde 21,34 €

Disfruta de un tour mágico al caer la noche y admira la sofisticada iluminación de los principales monumentos y edificios de la ciudad.

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- Un paseo imprescindible para cualquier visitante
- Aprecia el encanto de las calles, plazas, palacios y puentes iluminados

A medida que se esconde el sol en San Petersburgo, el paisaje urbano se vuelve aún más encandilador para sus visitantes. Los principales monumentos, puentes, plazas y edificios históricos se iluminan al anochecer y la ciudad desprende una magia que no te puedes perder. Descubre acompañado de un guía profesional el fabuloso patrimonio arquitectónico de San Petersburgo mientras paseas por su centro histórico, declarado Patrimonio de la Humanidad por la UNESCO. El recorrido también cubre numerosos lugares de interés situados fuera de esta zona.

En invierno, la iluminación de las fachadas realza la belleza de los palacios y edificios públicos mostrando un nuevo aspecto de la ciudad, especialmente en los largos terraplenes que se levantan a orillas del helado río Neva. Pero es sobre todo en verano cuando San Petersburgo adquiere un encanto único. Entre finales de mayo y mediados de julio se produce un fenómeno que nadie quiere perderse: las famosas “Noches Blancas”. Durante estas noches el sol no llega a ponerse por completo y la luz espectral crea una atmósfera de romanticismo y misterio. En esta época del año se levantan los puentes levadizos por la noche para dar paso a los grandes barcos; un espectáculo inolvidable para los visitantes.


desde 40,02 €

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