We’ll go through the most fascinating metro stations of the most beautiful underground in the world (including Revolution Square, Kievskaya, Novoslobodskaya, Komsomolskaya and Mayakovskaya), we’ll admire mosaics and murals, stained glass and chandeliers, discuss difference in architecture and construction styles. But more than that, you’ll get to know our Soviet history: fun and scary, real and mythical. We’ll have a pitstop in the middle to know the story of Stalin’s 7 Sisters and admire one of them (the Red Gate building - the most challenging construction). In the end of our tour we’ll finish at a special place to try Russian tea with pastry – the best way to relax after 3 hour walk! The tour is perfect if it's raining, snowing or freezing outside - you will feel warm!
We’re 4 passionate local guides very keen on history of USSR: Olga, Tanya, Reilya and Ilya. Moscow metro is the best place in the city to talk about Stalin's Empire rise and dawn. We have been doing this tour for 3 years and keep improving with every year. We have a historian (Ilya) and a journalist (Tanya), an economist (Olga) and a philologist (Reilya) in our team, but we love history and discussions about USSR mostly! We would give you opposite opinions on Lenin, Stalin, Khrushchev, and Gorbachev along with showing mosaics and murals and will leave it up to you to decide
2 metro rides
We’ll meet by the Karl Marks monument at the Revolution Square, then head to same-named metro station to discover Russian Soviet past. We’ll visit the oldest metro stations of the first stage of construction (Red line), see the awarded Mayakovskaya station (Green line) , discover WWII bomb shelters. We’ll see how Khrushchev’s period rewrote the history (Kievskaya, Komsomolskaya). We’ll see the challenging tilted building on the Red Gate!
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Your comfortable shoes for a 3-hour walk and your smile!
Message me if you need some exact dates & check different dates for discount! I'll help you buy tickets and explain the navigation in the metro, so you're up and ready to go by yourself the next time.
Moscow Metro - Palace of Soviets