4-hour Private Moscow Panoramic Tour By Car
Be ready to get astonished by the most vibrant views of Moscow! Keep your camera handy!
Our pro guide will pick you up at your central Moscow hotel. The first stop will be the Patriarch Bridge and Kremlin Embankment to relish the picturesque vistas of the Russian capital.
The Cathedral of Christ the Savior (the highest Orthodox church in the world) will be engraved in your memory. The Sparrow Hills is one of the Seven Hills of Moscow will gift you the majestic panorama of Moscow from its viewpoint. We move on to the New Maiden Convent – a XVI century active cloister; the UNESCO proclaimed it a World Heritage site. It is an impressive photo-stop so say cheese!
Vivid Arbat street is our ultimate destination. Souvenir shops and restful cafes make this street remarkable for every visitor!
- Photo-stop at Kremlin Embankment
- Patriarch Bridge (visit)
- Christ the Savior Cathedral (visit)
- photo-stop at the Sparrow Hills
- Photo-stop at New Maiden Convent
- New Arbat Street
- Old Varvarka Street
- Russia Parliament Building
- Moscow Seven-Sisters (Stalin high-rises)
For guests with children under 6 y.o.: if there are 2 or 5 adults and 1 or more children in your party it will require a car upgrade to allow comfortable seating for everyone (and child security seats) for which we will bill you separately.
Meeting point: Your central Moscow hotel
End location: City centre
- Private guided tour
- Private transport
- pick-up from your centrally located hotel
- admissions as per program
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Pay the remaining amount 10 days before tour or earlier.
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