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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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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
From $220.00
 
Kolomenskoye Estate Private Tour from Moscow
"Our tour will start when a local guide will pick you up at your hotel and accompany you to Kolomenskoye. The tour will begin with a short walk in the Kolomenskoye toward the Ascension church – built back in 1532 to commemorate the birth of Ivan the Terri the Ascension church was constructed out of stone (very uncommon for Russia) and is included in the UNESCO World Heritage List.The Kolomenskoye Estate Tour will continue with a walk through park during which you will feel as if you are Elizabeth and Peter the Great. The Palace was originally build in the 17th century and was reconstructed to its present form in 2008-2010. The tour guide will take you through the Palace that has been turned into a museum. As you wonder through t you will see the way that the tsar and his family lived and enjoyed life. You will visit the restored dining room of Alexei I where he would entertain his guests and serve them the most exquisite food that the 17th century had to offer. As dining was a v the restorers paid special attention to every detail of the interior decor and the food servings. After enjoying the palace the Kolomenskoye Tour will continue through the park to a local maker of Medovukha* – a traditional Slavic honey-based alcoholic beverage. Medovukha’s main ingredients include water honey and yeast. As this is an old drink popular among the Russian nobility back in the 18th century – it will be a perfect way to end your day. At the end of the Kolomenskoye Estate Tour your guide will be happy to recommend you a place to eat or go sho
From $125.00

More Things to Do in Tula

Lev Tolstoy house in Yasnaya Polyana

My friend in Tula took me in his car to Yasnaya Polyana, at about 15 kilometers distance from Tula, where I could visit the house where Lev Tolstoy lived. There he wrote War and Peace and Anna...
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jorgejuansanchez
Aug 28, 2014

The old gymnasium

Just in front of the Kremlin you will find the building of the old gymnasium, now it is part of the Pedagogica Institute, but it is still worth of visiting...The children of famous russian writer Leo...
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Anjutka
Jun 12, 2009

The heart of Tula - the Kremlin

Right in the centre (you cannot miss it) is situated the Old Kremlin of Tula. You will see its typical red walls and towers reminding the Moscow Kremlin from far away. It is not so big but anyway...
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Anjutka
Jun 12, 2009

Old and new

Construction boom get in every remote corner in Russia not to tell about Tula of course. Huge living apartments buildings are now being erected here and there.... sometime the contrast this...
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Lalique
Jul 29, 2004

Soviet legacy

The very center of Tula are, apart from the Kremlin, the huge typical soviet time building of the local administration and the usual statue of Lenin, which accidentially survived the devastating...
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Lalique
Jul 29, 2004

Kremlin of Tula

Kremlin is the #1 thing to see being the kernel of the city and the most central.Kremlin was built in 1520 and from the defence point of view it didn't have a strategic position being built in the...
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Lalique
Jul 01, 2004
 
 
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Samovar museum

Samovar museum occupies two floors of the the museum building.Over there you'll be able to trace the history of the Russian samovar from the very begining several centuries ago up to the current times...
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Lalique
Jul 01, 2004

Museum of torture

On the Kremlin territory in one of the turrets there is a small Museum of torture, well it's definitely not London Dangeon but the guy behind the bars and lighted with dim red tells very artistically...
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Lalique
Jul 01, 2004

Armoury

On Kremlin's territory in the former cathedral there is an armoury museum.Historically Tula was a well known place for armoury production, its different types guns were used widely in Russian from the...
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Lalique
Jun 30, 2004

Inside Kremlin

Unfortunately not many things are left to see inside Kremlin but even those few deserve your attention.You may have a walk on Kremlin walls at the height of 6 meters along the "battle way" which was...
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Lalique
Jun 30, 2004

Old Style Russian houses

If you want to see typical, old style, wooden, Russian houses, you can find quite a few here. Just wander down one of the dirt roads and you will eventually find some.
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Jul 16, 2005

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"Charming old russian town near Moscow"
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"Tula"
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"Town of 'Samovars' and 'prainiki'"
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"Zaoksky: Tula, Russia"
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"Tula samovars"
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