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Explore Moscow from the top deck of an open top bus! Hop on and off at key locations such as the renowned Red Square, St. Basil's Cathedral, Bolshoy Moskvoretsky Bridge, ...
Hop On Hop Off Tours in Moscow
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Moscow is the capital of and largest city in Russia, is one of the largest cities in the world, one of the greenest capitals and major cities worldwide, has one of the biggest and most powerful urban economies, and if you wanted more of these superlatives you’d fill a list longer than the tours on this page. Right off the bat, this city showcases an incredible tourist opportunity, with its unique architecture, historical buildings and city center, and the cultural hodgepodge of Russian tradition and modernity that permeates its streets and edifices. It’s also peppered with World Heritage Sites, each one a marvel in its own. Head on over to this unique and acclaimed city with our 2015 tours and activities!
Go on a City Sightseeing Moscow Hop On Hop Off Tour and explore all the best sights in the city in your own time. Board an open top double decker tour bus and start at the iconic Red Square, the first UNESCO World Heritage Site you’ll see in Moscow. Here is located St. Basil’s Cathedral, a 16th century whose architecture is unique in all of Russian design and indeed in the world. You’ll also get to see Lenin’s mausoleum, a pyramid built upon constructivist principles. Go along Bolshoy Moskvoretsky Bridge, spanning the Moscow River between Red Square and Bolshaya Ordynka Street of Zamoskvorechye. View these and many more sights over 17 stops on your bus route. Admire the landmarks from afar or disembark to explore further at any time.
Tour the Moscow Markets and journey into the history of the region through the wares of the many vendors in the markets of the city. After that, enjoy a Russian and CIS Cooking Class where you’ll learn how to cook authentic Russian dishes under the guidance of professional chefs.
Uncover the history of the Soviet Union written in the edifices of its old government on a Communist Moscow Tour. See the KGB Headquarters on Lubyanka; Revolution Square, where the revolution reached its peak; Bolshoi Theater, where the USSR was conceived; and many more.