We will see how fun Moscow is by the night. And how many secret places and history we can discover in just around 3 hrs:) Optionally at the end we will stop for some tea/coffee in a very unique place, a Soviet apartment on Tverskaya where now what is called anti-cafe is located with lots of poets and musicians coming to spend their evenings in a nice atmosphere. On our way we'll discover: - Where was famous Lubyanka prison and KGB headquarters? - Which of the houses on Tverskaya are hiding others like Russian Matreshka doll? - Which area of Moscow used to be the most criminal and why? - Which metro stations bring luck? And so much more.. All the main sights lit up like the stars at night and if there is something more beautiful than the St. Basil's cathedral on the Red Square, then it is the St. Basil's at night;) No crowds around - a beautiful way to establish a dialog with the city that never sleeps. We will cover all the main sights and we will go off the beaten path as well. I can also recommend you best restaurants and bars to spend the rest of the evening there!!:))
Hi! We are Katya and Nikita. We are tour guides. We do tours since the last years of our BA in Art History. Tourists all the time acknowledge our high English-speaking skills and great knowledge of the city. And tourists never lie;) We like personal experiences ourselves, that's why we prefer small groups, up to 5 people. But if you are one big happy family, or a group of best friends, we would love to tour with you as well. We know what a contemporary traveller wants, because we are passionate travellers ourselves. The most recent destinations of ours include Rome, Paris, Amsterdam etc. :)
A cup of tasty hot coffee/tea/Russian ginger drink Sbiten' or cold refreshing lemonade/unique Russian bread-made drink:)
Public transport tickets
We will see such things as: * The famous Red Sqaure * the unforegettably beautiful St. Basil's cathedral * Walk past the Kremlin walls * Check out the GUM * See where famous Lubyanka prison and KGB were located * Walk some of the main streets of the city center - Nikolskaya, Tverskaya * See the 2nd biggest library of the world - Russian State Library * Walk into the main cathedral of Orthodox - Christ the Saviour cathedral * Soviet flat and tea!
Raincoats or umbrellas if forecast promises rain (usually hotels will give them to you, but if not, we will find a place to buy them on the tour:)
At the end of the tour I can leave you somewhere at the city center or help you get back to where you live:)
Hidden Gems of Moscow by Night