To learn more and to feel more confident in any city, it is necessary to walk around and discover with your own eyes. Therefore, we invite you to interesting walking tours in the very centre of Moscow, where you will have a wonderful excellent to walk along the streets where each house is full of history and represents the development of the city from the distant past up to the present time.
Here, more than anywhere else, one can feel the atmosphere of all those changes which has caught the attention of the whole world.
Our experienced guide will help you to discover this unusual and vibrant city and help you to enjoy your time here, as much as possible.
Welcome to our Moscow walking tours!
Our walking tour destinations:
Route 1.Pedestrian Moscow Sightseeing tour "Antique jewellery of Red Square".
During this walking tour you will explore the most publicized square of Moscow and see the scenic views of the Moskva River. You will pass Voskresenskie Gate and walk into Red Square. Here, you will see the popular State Historical Museum, the GUM shopping mall, the Mausoleum, the majestic towers of Kremlin fortress, not forgetting the world-famous St.Basil’s Cathedral and the monument to Minin and Pozharsky. Following this tour, you will wend your way to the Big Moskvoretsky Bridge where you will be able to enjoy a view of the Kremlin from the embankment.
Route 2. Walking tour of Alexander Gardens and Manezh Square.
You will start in the historic Revolution Square and then our guide will escort you to the well-known Alexander Gardens which are connected to the former Russian emperor, Alexander I and the Napoleonic war. The gardens will lead you towards the enormous fortress of the Kremlin and famous Kutafia tower. Leaving there, still on foot, you will make your way to the Manezh Square and enjoy looking at the Manezh with the magnificent fountains and designs, that everyone seems be enthralled with.
Route 3. Moscow Sightseeing tour "Journey to Kitai-gorod."
Here, you will go on foot to Kitai-gorod, historical area of Moscow. In medieval times Kitai-gorod was encircled by walls, but now, it is a business district of Moscow. Bogoyavleske Side Street, Ilinka and Varvarka Streets will be pointed out to you during this tour. Moreover, you will be shown renowned Nikolskaya Street where the 1st printed book appeared. During this walking tour you will also see the world famous Kremlin, GUM shopping mall and Kazan Square.
Route 4.Moscow Walking tour "Way to Cathedral of Christ the Savior."
This starts at Alexander gardens – a beautifully laid-out area that is a historic monument to the Napoleonic war and WWII. This is one of the most interesting and picturesque walking tours. During this tour, you will be able to see Mokhovaya Street that is connected with appearance of the first Russia university and Volkhonka Street, where the Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts stands – the largest museum in Russia that the greatest collection of Russian and international collections of works of art. Finally, you will reach the Cathedral of Christ the Savior, raised in Soviet times and rebuilt in 21st century. The cathedral is considered to be one of the main ones in Russia.
Route 5. Moscow Sightseeing tour "Three Squares."
There are three "Squares" that are begging to be seen right in the heart of Moscow, and should not be ignored by any traveler. You will see Theatre Square with its ornate and beautiful Bolshoi and Mali Theatres, followed by Revolution Square and lastly, Lubyanskaya Square. Finally, you will go through historic Nikolskaya Street, that is famous for Slavic-Greek-Latin Academy and publishing of "Apostol" the first Russian printed book in 1564, and you will finish your tour in the famous Red Square. So really, three equals four!
Route 6. Arbat Street walking tour.
We offer a walking tour in Moscow to the first pedestrian street in our capital and quite possibly, the most well-known of streets, by name, in Europe – Old Arbat, which is famous for very old architectural buildings, souvenir shops, cozy cafes and expensive restaurants. You will learn that this street has witnessed numerous events and riddled with references to well-known historic names.
The tour will take approximately 2 hours.
Price per person in EURO
Tour program includes:
- Guide-interpreter (English, Spanish, French and German);
- Provision of excursion.
N.B. - We can arrange transportation to museum, if needed.
See more tours:
Moscow Sightseeing Tour
Old Arbat Street & Moscow Metro
and more tours to Moscow