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Moscow Kremlin

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Moscow Kremlin

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Private Walking Tour of Kremlin, Armoury and Diamond Fund
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Early-Admission Kremlin Tour in Moscow: Armory, Diamond Fund Exhibition and Assumption Cathedral
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Moscow 103132 Russia
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Biblioteka Imeni LeninaMoscow Metro6 min
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City Sightseeing Moscow Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour with Optional Cruise
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City Sightseeing Moscow Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour with Optional Cruise

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It can be hard to see the highlights of Moscow in a day or two, but this hop-on hop-off City Sightseeing open-top bus tour makes it easy and convenient. Take in views of the city while listening to recorded commentary on the bus. Hop off at any of the stops, including Red Square, the Big Stone Bridge, and Pushkin Fine Arts Museum. Rejoin the bus when you’re ready. Upgrade to include a boat tour of Moscow.
US$46.00 per adult
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Paulinelr wrote a review Dec 2020
Llanrhystud, United Kingdom86 contributions30 helpful votes
A little late in reviewing but can only say what a fantastic experience this was. Our tour guide was excellent - and patient when we were confused over the meeting place. This tour has a potted history of the Kremlin from outside its walls, after which you enter the Kremlin and explore by yourself. We opted to visit the diamond collection, something I will not forget. Whilst you are free to wander there are many restricted areas which are clearly marked. Try and combine with changing the guard at the eternal flame.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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sallikaan wrote a review Aug 2020
Yekaterinburg, Russia125 contributions35 helpful votes
The landmark of all Soviet and Russian parades, the heavily Italian or even Roman architecture surrounding you, moseleum of Stalin, great yet kinda expensive restaurants and the heart of Moscow.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Casa62 wrote a review Jul 2020
Brisbane, Australia439 contributions207 helpful votes
We were there in a chilly September and early in the day. However there was still a queue and once inside its pretty crowded and you will need to queue to look at exhibits and dodge between tour groups and school groups. Exquisite items on display in the armoury and a couple of other buildings to visit. Its a large complex with not much open to the public. Its still a huge drawcard.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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CAPerth wrote a review May 2020
Perth216 contributions111 helpful votes
The Kremlin is a collection of several attractions, the Architectural Ensemble (basically the main Kremlin grounds, museums and several historic Orthodox Cathedrals), the Armoury (the Treasury including carriages, Faberge eggs, jewellery, armour and ceremonial clothing), the Diamond Fund (basically a collection of individual stones and some set pieces) and the Ivan Bell Tower. We purchased our tickets on line for the Architectural Ensemble (day ticket) and Armoury (timed ticket, different day) from the official website as soon as our dates were available (17 days prior). The Diamond Fund tickets are purchased from inside the Armoury. Prices are quite cheap given the world class exhibits. We did not attempt to buy tickets to the Bell Tower following advice on line and confirmed by our guide that it is like winning the lottery and you have to hang around for hours on the one in a hundred chance that you might score tickets. Note that even though you buy in advance, you still have to queue up to exchange your “voucher” for a ticket and you will need your original passport as ID. Not sure if this is much quicker than buying tickets direct but since we were in peak time and Armoury tickets are quite limited, advance purchase is highly recommended. We visited the Cathedrals as part of a tour with Viki Tours (Armoury we did ourselves, audio guide is free and very good but covers the main exhibits only – to get detailed commentary on everything would take a whole day) and we had planned our visit to coincide with the Ceremonial mounting parade of Horse Guard and Foot Guard of the Presidential Regiment at midday on Saturday. This is a worthwhile addition if you can plan it, but may have also accounted for the very large crowd there that day (or that could be normal in June). Unfortunately, no photography is allowed inside the cathedrals or the Armoury Museum.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Kesha wrote a review May 2020
Mumbai, India282 contributions124 helpful votes
One of the amazing place I have ever seen I will give a big Thumbs up to this place must visit this place just love it
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Date of experience: May 2020
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