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One-day tours in Moscow for on-land travelers

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1 day (6-7 hour)


On-land tour

Type of the tour

Private Tour

Tour category

min 2; max 8

Group Size


If you plan to visit both St Petersburg and Moscow , the best way to explore Moscow  is to be accompanied by a local Moscow  tour guide who will show you the core of the city and recommend how to proceed on your own.

Option A. if you love walking, then it will suit you perfectly. You will see the very city center of Moscow including Red square and the Kremlin and splendid Moscow metro (we have to admit it’s more spectacular than in St Petersburg).

Option B. this option covers the sights that are difficult to do on your own if your hotel is not located in the city center. This tour will take you on a driving city tour and Tretyakov Gallery guided tour and after it you will be brought back to your hotel.

Option C.

If it’s your second time in Moscow or you just prefer suburbs to the city rush, this tour will suit you best. You will be driven to SergievPosad, will enjoy a tour there and be brought back to your hotel.

if you are planning to spend 2 days in Moscow you can take two programs in any combination ( A+B or B+C or C+A) . You are welcome to change the below pograms in any way you wish.


Number of people in your party 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Price Per Person US $
Option “A”
170 125 105 95 85 80 70
Price Per Person US $
Option “B”
200 155 120 100 90 80 75
Price Per Person US $
Option “C”
240 170 150 120 105 90 85

Activity level:

Transportation: ( option “B” and “C”)
Comfortable sedan ( 1-2 people ) ,Mercedes Viano ( 3-4 people ) , Mercedes Sprinter ( 5+ parties)  with a/c ; Wi-Fi ( upon request ).

Local,experienced and licensed English-speaking guide ( tours in Spanish, French ,German,  Potuguese or Chinese are available as well ).


Option A

  • Waking tour in Moscow downtown
  • Kremlin grounds tour
  • Red Square tour

Option B

  • Driving tour of Moscow center
  • Tretyakov Gallery

Option C

  • The Trinity Monastery of St. Sergius

Option “A”

Walking tour

10:00am  Meeting with the guide at the hotel

10:00 -11:30am  Walking Tour of  Moscow Center Including Tverskaya Street, the Bolshoi Theatre, the former KGB building, and Alexander’s Gardens.

11:30-12:30 pm – Red Square tour.

1:30-2:30pm  Lunch.

2:30-4pm  Kremlin grounds tour ( including: Tsar Bell, Tsar Cannon,  Cathedral Square, Ivan the Great’s Bell Tower, inside visit of 3 cathedrals).

4-5pm  Metro tour (4-5 most significant metro stations).

5:00pm Return to your  hotel.

Option “B”

10:00 am Meeting with the guide in the lobby of your hotel.

10:00-1:00pm  Driving tour of  Moscow center including the stops at: Christ the Savior Cathedral, Novodevichiy  Convent,

Sparrow Hills, Moscow State University and Victory Park.

1-2pm  Lunch.

2-4pm  Tretyakov Gallery tour.

4:30-5:00pm return to your hotel.

Option “C”

10:00am – meeting with the guide and the your  hotel lobby .

10:00-11:30am Driving to Sergiev Posad.

11:30-1:30pm The Trinity Monastery of St. Sergius.

1:30-2:30pm Lunch.

2:30-4:30(5:00) pm Driving back to your hotel.

  • Hotel pick-up and drop-off
  • Private guide services for 1 day
  • Private driver services for 1 day
  • Baby car seats for children under 6 y.o.
  • Admittance fees to the museums highlighted in orange
  • Metro fares ( options “A” and “B”)
  • The cost of lunches
  • Visits to Armoury Chamber and Diamond Fund are not included ( upon request and for extra $$)
  • High speed “Sapsan “ train tickets for St Petersburg-Moscow-St Petersburg trip


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