What To Expect
Visit the infamous headquarters of KGB on Lubyanka, the Revolution Square, the epicenter of the revolution, and Bolshoi Theater, the birthplace of USSR, the museum of the Gulag concentration camp system, Tverskaya Street, the main street of the city, and other important Soviet sights in the center of the city.
For more than 70 years Moscow was the capital of the huge Soviet empire. The streets of the city are still full of remnants of the communist regime and the Cold War, and the fearsome Soviet strongholds still guard the young democracy in Russia.
Ex-KGB Headquarters on Lubyanka
Solovetsky Stone, a memorial to the victims of political repressions
The Gulag Museum (without visiting)
Sluzhebny Vhod, the best Soviet style cafe
Tverskaya St, the main street of the city
Eliseevsky Gastronum, the most important grocery store of USSR
Tips and gratuities
Optional activity costs
Meals and drinks
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