Tourism in Russia has seen rapid growth since the late Soviet times. Rich cultural heritage and great natural variety place Russia among the most popular tourist destinations in the world. Not including Crimea, the country contains 23 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, while many others are on UNESCO's tentative lists.

Major tourist routes in Russia include a trip on the Golden Ring of the ancient cities, cruises on the big rivers including the Volga, and long journeys on the famous Trans-Siberian Railway. Diverse regions and ethnic cultures of Russia offer many different foods and souvenirs, and show a great variety of traditions, including Russian banya, Nizhny Novgorod Khokhloma and Matryoshka, Tatar Sabantuy, or Siberian shamanist rituals. In 2013, Russia was visited by 33 million tourists, became the ninth-most visited country in the world and the seventh-most visited in Europe.

* Dress code if you plan to visit churches: for men it's required to dress long pants, for women-long skirts or dresses and head scarf. *

Moscow Kremlin is closed on Thursdays

Sightseeing tour in Moscow

 Sightseeing tour in Moscow
City sightseeing tours on the principle of Hop On Hop Off allow you to plan your own travel route in Moscow. Principle HopOnHopOff: go (Hop On) and get off (Hop Off) to the bus can be at any of the public transport stops along the route of the sightseeing tour. Audioguide in 8 languages: English, Russian, German, Spanish, French, Chinese, Arabic, Italian Duration of the tour: 1 hour on the route number 1, about 2 hours on the route number 2. The beginning and end point of all routes: Marsh Quay, near the monument of Repin, opposite Luzhkov Bridge. Validity of the ticket: 2 days (today and tomorrow) from the moment of the first boarding in the bus, depending on the cost. Most of the stops of double-decker buses are located near the Moscow metro stations. You can easily find our bright red double-decker buses at public transport stops on the following streets Route №1 - Bolotnaya embankment, Serafimovich st., Prechistenskaya nab., Ul.Volhonka, Gogolevsky boulevard, Arbatskaya square, Znamenka street, Mohovaya street, Okhotny Ryad st., Teatralnaya square, Lubyanskaya square, Red square (Vasilyevsky spusk) , Balchug, Sophia Embankment. Route №2 - Bolotnaya nab., St. Serafimovich, the Great stone bridge, ul. Mohovaya, st. Vozdvizhenka, Novy Arbat str., Kutuzovskiy avenue, Ukrainian boulevard, Taras Shevchenko Embankment, Europe Square, st. Bolshaya Dorogomilovskaya, Borodino Bridge, st. Smolenskaya, Smolenskaya-Sennaya Square, Smolensky Boulevard, Smolensk Square, Novinsky Boulevard, st. Novy Arbat, Gogol Boulevard, Soymonovsky Pereulok, Prechistenskaya Embankment, Kremlin Embankment, Moskvoretskaya Embankment, Kotelnicheskaya Embankment, Goncharnaya Embankment, Krasnokholmskaya Embankment, Novospassky Monastery, Podgorskaya Embankment, Yauzskaya Street, B. Ustinsky Bridge, ul. .Sadovnicheskaya, ul.Balchug, st. Swamp, Swamp area, Sofiyskaya embankment, st. Baltschug. You can walk to the main sights of Moscow from our stops on foot, it takes only 5-10 minutes...


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