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Stop At: Kremlin Walls and Towers, Red Square, Moscow 613310 Russia
We will walk along the Kremlin wall in Alexander Garden and learn the story of Moscow glorious past, see the WW2 memorial and the obelisk of the 300th anniversary of the Romanovs.
Duration: 30 minutes
Stop At: Moscow Kremlin (Moskovsky Kreml), Red Square, Moscow 103073 Russia
We will visit the Kremlin grounds, see the top highlights such as Tsar Cannon, the biggest cannon in the world; Tsar Bell, the biggest bell in the world; enter Cathedral Square and visit Assumption Cathedral, the coronation place, Archangel Michael Cathedral, the royal grave yard and see the palaces where the Tsars and Patriarchs lived
Duration: 1 hour
Stop At: Armoury Chamber, Dvortsovaya St., 1R, Moscow 103073 Russia
We will proceed to the royal treasury, the Armoury Chamber, and see the regalia of the State - crowns, thrones, coronation garments, carriages and embassadorial gifts. You will enjoy the breathtaking jewels of X to XX century, including world-famous Faberge Easter eggs.
Duration: 2 hours
Traveler pickup is offered
We meet the travelers at their accommodation (hotel or apartment) or at a meeting point by request (metro station, train station or other)
For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.
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The Kremlin of Moscow is by far the ultimate destination of the Russian capital by all visitors. What is behind the crenelated walls of the Kremlin? Step on the cobble stones of this medieval castle, be fascinated by the grandeur of palaces and cathedrals, the astonishing Tsar-Pushka (cannon) and Tsar-Kolokol (bell) and decipher the meaning of the murals on the vaults and pillars with our professional guide. The Armoury Chamber holds the treasure of the crown collected by generations. Each piece of the collection hides behind the secretes and legends of the past. It features among other valuable items, the Monomakh hat, the ancient crown of the Russian monarchs, sets of sceptres, orbs, thrones, royal garments and coronation and wedding dresses, the largest collection of gold- and silverware, ambassadorial gifts, arms and armour, carriages and, of course, the Faberge Easter eggs.