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ONE day Tzarina Moscow city tour by train
Visit the capital of Russia, explore the main iconic attractions on this one-day tour. You will see the City Center with Red Square, the famous St. Basil's Cathedral, The outside of Lenin's Mausoleum, The highly exclusive G.U.M. department store. You will watch the Change of Guards at the Eternal Flame and the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and go down to some of the most beautiful Moscow Metro stations. Our staff transfer you from your cruise ship to the central railway station, and our guides meet you in Moscow and return you to the train station for you to travel back to Saint-Petersburg by high-speed train.
The sample of the itinerary.
5:50 - 6:45 AM - Driver pick up and transportation to the train station
7 :00 - 11:05 AM - High-Speed train to Moscow
Meet your private guide, head to Red Square (on foot or by metro)
11:05 AM - 12:00 PM - Explore the city center - Red Square, the famous St Basil's Cathedral , Lenin's Mausoleum(outside), visit the department store G.U.M., watch change of guards at the Eternal Flame and enjoy a short Metro tour to see the most beautiful underground stations.
12:30- 2:00 PM - Kremlin Grounds Tour
2:00- 3 :00 PM - Lunch break (optional, expenses not included)
Driver pick up
3:00 - 6:00 PM -Church of Russia - the Cathedral of Christ the Saviour, Stalin's sky scrapers, the gorgeous New Maidens Convent, enjoy a skyline view of the city from the highest point - the Sparrow Hills and drive by Victory Park.
6:00 PM - Drive back to the train station or by metro
7:45 - 11:25 PM -High-Speed train back to Saint-Petersburg
12:00 AM -Driver pick up, return to the ship
WHAT IS INCLUDED
- Admission charges to museums
-Gratuities: suggested 5% to the guide and 2% to the driver, given separetely in cash
WHAT IS NOT INCLUDED - lunch
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