Moscow Metro and "7 Sisters" (Stalin's Skyscrapers)
- Local English-speaking guide, Russian pie and tea.
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— Explore the spectacular stations of Moscow Metro, one of the most beautiful underground systems in the world;
— Listen to the personal stories told by a local guide about Soviet Russia
Sample a traditional Russian snack;
— Chat with your local tour guide, who will give you an insight into a Soviet common person’s life;
— See Stalin’s Seven Sisters and listen to the legends of what was going on behind the walls.
During this excursion you will get to know the story of Moscow extreems — how metro has been built, first time something was built so deeply underground; and how first really tall buildings were built, Stalin's skyscrapers.
Moscow metro — palace underground, see it with your own eyes!
Get to know stories, behind: how it was build? when did it start? why metro was closed for one day? how did it help during war times? how is it functioning nowadays? And of course discover the wonderful architecture of gorgeous stations of blue, red, green and ring lines.
Combine this "underground" adventure with visiting 3 out of 7 famous sisters, Stalin's skyscrapers. Admire their beauty, terrifying stories and lagends around them. And even enjoy one of the skyscrapers from inside!
In the end of the tour relax in a warm atmosphere of local cafe having a Russian pie and a tea in a company of our friendly guide.
|Regular ticket||2900 ₽||per person|
What is included in activity
Local English-speaking guide, Russian pie and tea.
Additional food and drinks, tickets for public transport, souvenirs and items of a personal nature, tips/gratuities for the guide.
Daily at 10AM
What places will you see
Most gorgeous stations of Moscow underground; three of Stalin Skyscrapers; local cafe for a Russian pie and tea
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Directions to meet your guide
Karl Marks Monument at Revolution Square