Moscow City Breaks
Moscow is a city of grand architecture, magnificent holy sights and of course an inspiring musical tradition.
Staying in Red Square in Moscow is expensive, so choosing a hotel further out and making use of public transport can be good value for money.
All clients visiting Russia require a visa and should allow six weeks for processing. We strongly recommend that you take advantage of our preferred visa service. Please phone 0844 879 8036 for details.
Must See & Do
Red Square Flanked by the Kremlin and Lenin's tomb, Moscow's Red Square is the historical and social heart of this stunning city.
St. Basil's Cathedral Constructed by Ivan the Terrible in 1550's this intriguing Cathedral in Moscow is made up of nine chapels each topped by magnificent, individual domes.Read more
Visit the world famous Bolshoi Ballet in the newly renovated Bolshoi theatre in Moscow.
Food & Shopping
You'll find no shortage of places to eat in Moscow serving both European and local dishes, from restaurants serving local specialities such as Stroganov to top international cafes. A speciality of this Russian city is the blini, or pancakes, served with red or black caviar and borscht (beetroot soup).
Shopping in Moscow ranges from glamorous boutique craftsman offering individual trinkets to grand shopping malls where you will rub shoulders with the city's social elite.
Moscow City Tour
This private tour takes in all the main sights and includes brief stops at Christ the Savior Cathedral, Red Square with St Basil's Cathedral and the Kremlin, Sparrow Hills, Novodevichy Convent and the Arbat district.
Departs: daily. Duration: 3 hours.
Adults from £50 based on 2 adults sharing.
Kremlin and Armoury Tour
A private tour of the Kremlin fortress including one of the beautiful Cathedrals and the State Armoury Museum with its amazing exhibition of gold and silverware, jewellery, royal regalia, arms and armoury. Entrance fees included.
Departs: Fri-Wed. Duration: 3 hours.
Adults from £102 based on 2 adults sharing.