Discover Moscow Half Day Walking Tour

Start your Russian journey visiting the grandeur of Moscow

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Discover Moscow Half Day Walking Tour

  • 4 Hours
  • Iconic Sites, Walking
  • Flexible timing our guide will meet you at your hotel at a time convenient to yourself
  • Min age: 6
  • Languages offered: English

Tour Highlights

  • Discover the beauty and grandeur of Moscow from a local perspective
  • Learn about the city’s most famous architecture and history
  • Visit the Kremlin and Red Square
  • Interact with a real local
  • Return home with fond memories of Moscow
What to Expect

This walking tour of Moscow includes the best of both worlds, as you visit the must-see attractions as well as lesser-known spots popular with locals. Get the chance to chat with locals and learn about their lives. Get a more intimate experience of the city on a small-group tour. This is an ideal tour for first-time visitors to Moscow.

Tour Schedule Details
  • Starting time: At a time convenient to yourself
  • Duration: 4 hours
  • Meeting point: Our guide will meet you at your hotel
  • Ending point: Our Guide will return you to your hotel

Full Itinerary

Our tour will include the following stops

  1. Alexander’s Garden
    Start your tour around Manezhnaya Square next to the Zhukov monument and discover one of the most notable memorials to World War II (Great Patriotic War).

    Enjoy a stroll along the Kremlin walls and find out what the Kremlin looked like before the current red brick was used in its construction.

  2. Inside Kremlin (optional)
    Go inside the Moscow Kremlin where the Russian Czars were crowned and some of the most fateful decisions in world history were made.

    See the famous Tsar Cannon and Tsar Bell and find out why they were constructed and how they were eventually used, then proceed to the Cathedral Square – the true heart of the Russian empire.

  3. Red Square
    Soak in the atmosphere of the most famous tourist attraction in Moscow and find out why the Square is actually named Red (Hint: it has nothing to do with the color of the cobblestone).

    See where the famous Red Army military parades took place that were often an enormous spectacle not only for Soviet citizens but for the entire world.


          4. Lenin’s Tomb (outside)
               Pass by Lenin’s Mausoleum and go inside if you would like to see the mummified statue of the        famous revolutionary leader.

               Learn how the mausoleum has changed and who else was mummified in the mausoleum besides Lenin.


                 History Museum (outside)
                 Marvel at the magnificent structure of the Russian State History Museum that stands next to      another notable building – Museum of War of 1812 with Napoleon.

                Find out what was the significance of neo-Russian architectural style and what famous artists put       the finishing strokes inside the museum.



                Go inside the most posh and luxury store of Czar Russia, Soviet Russia and modern day Russia and find out what Stalin wanted to put in its place.

                Learn why this was the place that many Soviet citizens came to from all over the U.S.S.R. to buy anything they needed.


                St. Basil’s Cathedral (outside)
                Take a picture with the most famous Russian church while your guide will tell you a tale of the tragic fate of the cathedral’s architects.

               Find out who ordered the construction of the Cathedral and what event was this church supposed to commemorate.


                Nikolskaya Street
               Discover the story behind the name of one of the oldest streets in Moscow where numerous prominent buildings are located including an old monastery.

                 Explore the shortest (100 meters) and the most expensive side street in Moscow – Tretyakovskiy    Proezd. While walking the street ask your guide about Kitay Gorod an ancient fortification that was build back in the 16th century but can still be seen today.


                     The Bolshoi Theater (outside)
                     Admire one of the most famous theaters in the world where the astounding Russian ballet originated. Constructed in the beginning of the 19th century it instantly became a marvel of Moscow architecture.

                       Find out why was it here that the Soviet Union was proclaimed and what is the significance of the Apollo horses on the rooftop of the Bolshoi Theater.


                      Lubyanka Square
                       See the infamous building of the Soviet Secret police and listen to the stories about such people as Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn who were crushed by this repressive machine.

                        Find out why “Lubyanka” has become a household word and what happened to the notorious KGB after the collapse of the Soviet Union.




I'm a solo traveller, is there a single supplement?

There is no single supplement surcharge for single travellers as this is a private tour. The more travelers in your private group the bigger the discount for the private tour.

What is cancellation policy?

Cancellation fees – Cancellation fees may apply to any cancellations by the traveller of a service provided by Unless otherwise specified, the cancellation policy is as follows:

  1. Cancellations for set tours and made more than 24 hours prior to travel receive a full refund.
  2. Cancellations for set tours made 24 hours or less prior to travel require the traveller to pay for the tour in full, and no refund will be issued.



     Cancellations for custom itineraries (“Create Your Own”) are as follows:

  • 60+ days to departure – Full refund
  • 59 – 31 days to departure – 50% cancellation fee
  • 30 days and under to departure – 100% cancellation fee

What happens in the event of bad weather?

In the event of bad weather forecast we will contact you the day before and offer you either a refund or an amended tour for the following day.

We always advice to wear suitable clothing for the day of the tour as not every day is guaranteed sunshine.

How do I find the tour start meeting point?

Our guide will meet you in the lobby of your hotel or outside your apartment.