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Private Moscow Must-See Tour
"Itinerary:Red Square and Alexander Garden Fabulous Red Square and Alexander Garden is the focal point and a traveler's fantasy stop. Definitely got to be visited during the evening when it is incredibly lit up! See Kazan Church Historical Museum burial at the Kremlin Wall Mausoleum Senate tower Senate Spasskaya Tower
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The Armoury Chamber Early Opening Private Museum Tour
"Meet your guide in your hotel lobby in the early morning to be taken to the Kremlin - the oldest part of Moscow. Behind the Kremlin walls you will see many ancient magnificent structures such as the 15th century cathedrals the coronation the wedding and bury place of Russian rulers the bell-tower Patriach’s Palace Grand Kremlin Palace and of course the Armoury Chamber. The Armoury Chamber has a fantastic collection of insignia of Imperial power
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Private Moscow City Tour with Red Square and Kremlin
"The smell of history is in the air! When you think about Russia there is no way Red Square and Kremlin won't pop up. The stories about Moscow are as limitless as your desire to explore. On this tour you'll explore the heart of Moscow in depth. known for its architect Postnik Yakovlev who was blinded by Ivan the Terrible in order to prevent him to duplicate this kind of beauty Lobnoye Mesto (or ""Place of the Skulls"") where big and sometimes terrible events took place Kremlin Tour The Ivan the Great Bell To which started as a royal arsenal in 1508 and nowadays consists of 9 halls with a unique collections of the Russian European and Eastern weapons jewelry and household articles of the tsars belonging to the period from the 5th to the 20th centuries. Learn a ton of fun facts on this private tour with your friendly local guide:Red Square is a result of large fire in fiftee however it was really rare because it was considered sacred and made for royal decrees The Tsar Cannon was never actually used in any war conflicts For about 100 years the Tsar Bell was in a pit The sculptor who created the Min
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Train from Moscow to St Petersburg

After a couple of nights in Moscow it was time for us to move on to St Petersburg. When researching our trip back in London, I determined that the best way for us to travel between the 2 cities was by...
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Sep 18, 2005

To Moscow by train

On my first trip to Moscow in July 2005 I arrived in the city by day train from St. Petersburg. There are several trains serving this route daily. Most of them are night trains. The price and journey...
Mar 14, 2010

Kazansky Voksal

When you travel somewhere by train always make sure you know which station you are leaving from. From most stations there are long-distance trains as well as suburban trains. This railway station you...
Jul 19, 2005

Travelling by Train

We travelled around Russia by train, first from Germany to Minsk, then Gomel to Moscow, Moscow to St. Petersburg, St. Petersburg to Gomel, then home.Generally the trains, although not up to the...
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Oct 10, 2004

Yaroslavl Station

Called a Voksal in Russian, this is the train station for points East. if you are going to Sergei Pasod, this is where you will depart. Buy tickets in the back of the building. This is located at one...
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Mar 17, 2009

Leningrad Station

Called a Voksal in Russian, this is the train station for points North. If you are going to St. Petersburg, this is where you will catch your train. This is located directly across the street from the...
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Mar 17, 2009

Booking a train out of Moscow

Booking a train out of Moscow was a bewildering experience. Basically if you do not speak Russian, then you can't get a ticket.Aswell as this there is a very disorganised/highly complicated queuing...
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Nov 05, 2003

Train Moscow-Saint Petersburg-Moscow

I have travelled twice on Russian trains, from Moscow to Saint Petersburgh and back to Moscow. It was a night train. They are not new ones, but they are clean and cosy. And really cheap...about 10...
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May 19, 2006

Belorusskaya Voksal

This station is so wide that it hardly fits on a picture. Train depart here for Belorus and further afield like Poland and Berlin. Also if you fancy going to Smolensk for instance, this is the station...
Mar 22, 2006

The Red Arrow night train (Moscow-St Petersburg)

The Red Arrow night train (Krasny Strela) is a 75-year old train that plies the Moscow-St Petersburg route. On my recent trip, I took the Red Arrow night train from St Petersburg to Moscow. The...
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Jun 28, 2006

St Petersburg To Moscow (Mockba) Express Train

I was impressed with our train journey from St Petersburg to Moscow on the high speed luxury train. It is similar to the high speed trains we used in Germany and France and loses nothing in...
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Jan 01, 2011

Trans Siberian Rail

We arrived in Moscow by train, the mithical trans siberian railway: 7 days by train from Beijing through Mongolia, Siberia, the Ural Mountains and the endless russian plains.Well, in fact it was the...
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Jan 12, 2003
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Kremlin - Great Palace

The stunning, yellow-and-white Russo-Byzantine facade of the Grand Kremlin Palace stands on the crest of Borovitsky Hill in the southern part of the Kremlin complex. The palace on view today was...
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Alexander Garden

Whilst much of the Kremlin/Red Square area is designed to part us tourists with our money the Alexandrovsky Garden is a total freebie. This is one of Moscow's earliest public parks, built on the...
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Tomb of the Unknown Soldier

The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier (Russian: Могила Неизвестного Солдата, read: Mogila Neizvestnova Soldata) is a war memorial, dedicated to the Soviet soldiers killed during WWII. It is located at the...
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Cathedral Square

The Cathedral Square is located in the Moscow Kremlin. In the square stood the Cathedral of the Dormition, the Archangel Cathedral, Faceted Chambers, Cathedral of Annunciation, Ivan the Great Bell...
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Kremlin - Annunciation Cathedral

The Cathedral of the Annunciation (Russian: Благовещенский собор, read: Blagoveschensky sobor) is a Russian Orthodox church dedicated to the Annunciation of the Theotokos. It is located on the...
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Kremlin - Church of the Deposition of the Robe

The Church of the Deposition of the Robe is another church within Kremlin. It is belief that it was build in 1484-1485 by masters from Pskov. It is a cross-building single-domed church (hood-shaped...
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