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A visit that should not be missed
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The ancient residence of the Czars and the actual seat of political power in Russia, and listed as an UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Kremlin in Moscow is the grandest fortress in Europe.This architectural collection is home to a number of palaces and cathedrals, of which the oldest dates back from the 15th century. The Cathedral of the Assumption, the ancient site of the coronations of the Czars and the Emperors of Russia is the most beautiful example. The Kremlin ...
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Visit one of the most legendary and important museums of the world
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The Hermitage Museum, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is one of the most important museums in the world. It houses treasures from antiquity and the works of the grand masters of the Dutch, Italian, Belgian, and Spanish art movements assembled together in the Winter Palace, a gem of Russian baroque in itself, as well as in the buildings of the Small Hermitage, and the Old and the New Hermitage complexes.Since 2014, the famous collection of Impressionist paint...
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Discovering an imperial village
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The village of Tsarskoye Selo (“Imperial Village”) was established in the 18th century to build the summer residences of the czars. Rebaptized “Pushkin” after the Revolution, it is the location of the splendid Catherine Palace, built by the Italian architect Rastrelli by decree of Elizabeth I. The Alexander Palace was built by Catherine II on the occasion of her grandson’s marriage, the future Alexander I. It is easy to appreciate the b...
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Full immersion in the Cold War
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Located more than 60 meters below ground, Bunker 42 of the Taganskaya district of Moscow is a former military communication post transformed into a museum of the Cold War. In these four "blocks" connected by an underground Metro system, more than 2,000 people worked in this location during the Soviet era. The entrances, either in the Metro or a discreet door in an alley, were built and maintained in the greatest of secrecy. The guides help create the impre...
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Don't miss the essentials of Moscow
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Discover all the must-see attractions of Moscow by transport: Red Square, Cathedral of St-Basil-the-Blessed, GUM, Kremlin, Lenin's Mausoleum, the Bolshoi theatre, Manege Square, Tverskaya Street, Sparrow Hills with its superb panorama of the historical center.Additional details: As an option, visit the famous Cathedral of St-Basil on the Red Square....
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Discover the world's biggest collection of Russian art
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Housed in the private mansion of the collector Pavel Tretyakov in the heart of the picturesque Moscow district of "Zamoskvorietchy", the "Tretyakov" brings together the most important collection of Russian art and in the world, and displays the history of Russia from the 11th to the 20th centuries.Hours of operation: Open from 10 am to 18 pm, and until 9 pm on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays. Closed on Mondays....
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Discover the splendid interior of the Pavlovsk Palace
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In 1786, Catherine II offered this magnificent palace to her only son who would become Paul I and would make this palace his summer residence. Constructed in the Palladian style and inspired by the white columns of Roman temples, the Pavlosk Palace houses majestic buildings decorated in tones of pastel yellow. Classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Pavlovsk Palace is renowned not only for the splendor of its interiors filled with numerous pieces of furniture, s...
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Visit Moscow's most improtant art museum
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The most important art museum in Moscow occupies a white marble palace, southwest of the Kremlin. It houses a Department of Antiquities and an important Department of Paintings (including a collection of the French school from the seventeenth to the twentieth century, with works by Poussin, Chardin, Monet, Renoir, Gauguin, Matisse ...).Hours of operation: Open from 10 am to 7 pm. Closed on Mondays and the last Thursday of the month....
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Take a walk in the very heart of the city
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The Moscow Metro is world-renowned for its rich ornamentation, ranging from classicism to Soviet Realism. Certain stations appear to be actual “underground palaces”. A visit to the Metro fits in with a stroll along the Arbat, a pedestrian corridor that is bordered with stores and shops and strolling portrait artists, musicians, and second-hand booksellers that maintain a permanent, living animation. Not far away from the Arbat is the impressive Cathedral...
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Discover one of the residences of the Grand Princes, then of the Tsars
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From the 14th century, the Kolomenskoye estate was one of the residences of the Grand Princes and the Czars. Guests can visit the Church of the Ascension, the first church made of stone in Russia, and today included on UNESCO’s World Heritage Site list. There are several other monuments and small museums throughout the verdant park. An excursion to Kolomenskoye will help you forget the noise of the city and let you immerse yourself into an atmosphere of calm a...
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A typical market much appreciated by Russians themselves
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It is here, in Izmailovo, that Russians themselves come to buy the Russian dolls, wooden toys, and linen tablecloths that they decorate their dachas with. This souvenir market also hosts a "flea market" and stalls selling antiques. Visitors can also find a number of small refreshment stands and restaurants serving shashlik.Hours of operation: Open every day from 9 am to 5-6 pmPlease note: Saturdays and Sundays are busier days at the Izmailovo Kremlin, so t...
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Don't miss the essentials of St-Petersburg
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Explore the historic center of St-Petersburg by transport and on foot and admire the most famous monuments: the Palace Square, the Senate Square, St-Isaac's Cathedral, the tip of Vasilyevsky Island, Nevsky Prospekt, the Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood, the Field of Mars, the Arts Square, and the street of the architect Rossi. This excursion will not be complete without going over the many bridges and passing the numerous quays of the Venice of the North....
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This monastery is a must-see of the Golden Ring
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A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Holy Trinity St-Sergius Lavra is a must-see attraction of the Golden Ring. It is located 90 kilometers northwest of Moscow in the city of Sergiyev Posad. The Cathedral of the Dormition and its magnificent blue cupolas studded with stars are a symbol of this monastery, which is among the oldest and most beautiful of the Orthodox world.Founded in 1340 by Sergey Radonezh, iconographer monk and patron of saint Russia, it is here that Bo...
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Embark on an unforgettable cruise
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You will board this cruiser from the Ukraine Hotel, also known as the Royal Radisson, and it will take you to the Kotelnicheskaya Quay. The boat, commissioned in November, 2009, has introduced a new twist to the meaning of “chic” leisure in the lives of Muscovites. The cruiser is 300 m² in area, and can hold 200 people in a luxurious setting.In addition to the spectacle provided by the Moscow monuments while listening to great music, you can drink d...
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Discover St Petersburg's former religious center
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This orthodox cathedral, constructed in the 19th century under the reigns of Alexander I, Nicholas I, and Alexander II, was the center of religious life in St. Petersburg until the Revolution of 1917. The third largest cathedral in Europe, the main dome, which is 102 meters in height, offers a magnificent view of the Neva.Hours of operation: Open from 10:30 am to 6 pm. Closed Wednesdays....
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The Peter and Paul Fortress is a symbol of St-Petersburg. Its foundation coincides with the creation of the city. Discover this monumental complex that has been used as a necropolis for the Tsars, since Peter the Great.
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Your guide will pick you up at your hotel to help you discover the Peter and Paul Fortress in St-Petersburg.Peter the Great picked the strategic spot of Hare Island to lay the first symbolic stone of his new city in 1703. This military square built to protect St-Petersburg from the Swedes has several buildings including a splendid cathedral where almost all of the Romanovs are buried, including Nicholas II, who was interred there in 1998.Opening: From 10am to 6pm.Cl...
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Visit a very unique Russian church
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The Cathedral of Our Lady of Kazan is situated in St-Petersburg not far from the Russian Museum. This orthodox cathedral is devoted to the icon of Our Lady of Kazan, the young woman of Kazan who found a lost icon thanks to the Virgin Mary.A visit to the cathedral will help you discover a church designed in the neo-classic style unique to St-Petersburg. There you will see a majestic dome of 76 meters in height, and 96 columns forming a semicircle. The unique bronze s...
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