Start the tour with a short walk to the historical center of Moscow and explore Moscow's unique cultural buildings such as the Kremlin and the cathedrals, monasteries, fortresses and preserved Boyar’s palaces.
After that move on to the famous Red Square and St Basil’s Cathedral with its unique fairytale colored domes and continue to the old avenues of Moscow and Walk along Arbat street, one of the oldest ones. In the mid 1980s, Arbat became the first pedestrian street in the city, and it's now the lively Russian version of Barcelona's La Rambla. See artists draw portraits of visitors, and hunt down some souvenirs along the way while you watch as street performers sing and play music.
Your final stop will be at the Cathedral of Christ the Savior.