Moscow is an intoxicating city. Modern, with a wonderful sophisticated elegance. You will be taken in by its beauty and overwhelmed by the grandeur of the cities familiar landmarks.
Red Square– Moscow’s iconic Red Square is the heart of the city in more ways than one. Red Square and the Kremlin have always been inextricably linked as recognised by their combined UNESCO World Heritage listing.
The iconic domes of St Basils Cathedral, a reminder of the reign of Ivan the Terrible sit to the south of the square. The red and white facade of the Historical Museum and the candy coloured Kazan Cathedral next to the resurrection gate at the northern end complete a vivid and colourful panorama, a vision of a country’s incredible history.
The Kremlin– For over 800 years, the fortified complex known simply as The Kremlin has been the heart of Russia. This city within a city covers over 68 acres (275,000 square meters).
GUM has become something of a Moscow institution.- While this magnificent store once represented everything that was bleak about Soviet Russia, when people would queue for hours only to find empty shelves, it now represents everything that is great about Russia. This magnificent arcade rivals the best in the world boasting over 1,000 high end shops with no shortage of customers.
St Basil’s Cathedral– Built between 1555 – 1561 by order of Ivan the Terrible to commemorate the 1552 capture of Kazan from Mongol forces, St Basils has become a symbol of Russia, its most celebrated and iconic landmark.
The Moska River– The Moska or Moscow River runs through central Moscow. Whether you take a cruise down the river or stroll along the banks and bridges, there is plenty to see on this picturesque waterway.
The Church of The Christ Saviour– Stroll over the Patriarchal Bridge for some of Moscow’s best views, to one side an impressive view of the Kremlin and to the other, the commemorative statue paying tribute to Peter the Great and 300 years of the Russian Navy.
Further along, you will find the Bridge of Kisses famous for its padlock trees.
The Bolshoi Theatre– The Bolshoi Theatre is one of the most celebrated theatres in the world. Home to the Bolshoi Ballet and Bolshoi Opera, amongst the oldest ballet and opera companies in the world.
The Metro– The Moscow Metro is one of the most extraordinary train systems in the world. Opened in 1935 with only 13 stations, the Moscow Metro was once described as a “Subterranean paradise for the people” or in Stalin’s words “Peoples palaces“.
Radisson Blu Beloruskaya, 4*- from €420 per person in a double room
Mercure Moscow Baumanskaya, 4*- from €440 per person in a double room
Courtyard by Marriott Moscow Palevetskaya Hotel, 3*- from €450 per person in a double room
Crowne Plaza Moscow World Trade Centre, 5*- from €490 per person in a double room
Hilton Moscow Leningradskaya, 5*- from €545 per person in a double room
Hotel De Paris, 4*- from €550 per person in a double room
Swissotel Kasnye Holmy, 5*- from €610 per person in a double room
Metropol, 5*- from €610 per person in a double room
Golden Ring Hotel, 5*- from €625 per person in a double room
Hotel Baltschug Kempimski Moscow, 5*- from €650 per person in a double room
Standart Hotel Moscow. A Member of Design Hotels, 5*- from €770 per person in a double room
Savoy, 5*- from €785 per person in a double room
Within the Prices are included:
- Round Air tickets in economy class from/ to Athens airport
- 4 Overnights in a double room in one of the above mentioned hotels
- Breakfast daily
- 1 Checked Luggage up to 23 kg
- 2- hour- Excursion at Kremlin, Unesco’s World Heritage Site
- 3- hour- Excursion in Moscow, where we will get to know the landmarks of the town… but in a way that only the habitats know…
- VAT & Third Party Insurance
- Within the prices airport taxes are not included (about €121 per person)
- Prices are per person in a double room
- Our agency may assist you with your excursions at museums, sightseeings & other events
- The above prices are calculated according to the pricelist that was given to us on 15/9/17. Our agency reserves the right to adjust the prices accordingly if there is a significant price difference