Seven Sisters, Moscow

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Moscow: 2.5-Hour Luxury River Cruise with Dining Option

1. Moscow: 2.5-Hour Luxury River Cruise with Dining Option

Take a journey along the Moscow river, beginning either at the lively Gorky Park or the Ukraine Hotel, which is one of the Seven Sisters of Stalin. See all of the most iconic attractions in Moscow from a slightly different angle. The boat has two decks and you can choose whether to be on the open upper deck or stay inside and enjoy the views through the panoramic windows. At the lower deck, there is a bar and a restaurant with free Wi-Fi access. To make your journey not only spectacular and relaxing but also informative, you can ask for an audioguide in your language on board for a small price. Upgrade your river cruise by choosing the fine dining option and enjoy an exquisite lunch or dinner on your trip. A standard menu includes one salad, one main course, one soft drink, and bread. You will see the Ukraine hotel, Sparrow Hills, Luzhniki Olympic Stadium, Moscow City, Gorky Park, Ministry of Defence, Monument to Peter the Great, Christ the Saviour Cathedral, Crimean Bridge, Kremlin Palaces and Cathedrals, St. Basil’s Cathedral, Zaryadye Park, Floating Bridge,  Moscow Music Hall, Tretyakov Gallery, Red October Chocolate Factory, and Muzeon Park.  It is recommended to do this tour in the evening when Moscow turns on all of its lights. 

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Moscow: Pub Crawl by Soviet Van

2. Moscow: Pub Crawl by Soviet Van

Experience the vibrant party scene in Moscow from a new perspective and join an experienced guide on a 4-hour pub crawl in a van that dates back to the days of the Soviet Union. Benefit from pick-up at your hotel, and then relax aboard the classic van, equipped with a beer cooler and massive Bluetooth loudspeaker to start the party even before you arrive at the first venue. Get served some Russian snacks (on request) to line you stomach. Arrive at a cocktail bar with a terrace overlooking the golden domes of the Christ the Saviour Cathedral. Continue to a Stalinist-era skyscraper to enjoy some drinks on its unusual rooftop bar. Then, enter a secret underground bar and join the locals in what is probably the trendiest and most interesting lounge bar in the city. Be impressed by their selection of craft cocktails, mixologist bartenders and popular DJs. If you still have some energy, your guide will take you to dance the night away at your own pace in one of Moscow's craziest clubs!

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Moscow City and Metro Tour

3. Moscow City and Metro Tour

Climb aboard a classic soviet van for a 3 hour guided excursion through Moscow. From Red Square, Cathedral of Christ the Saviour to Moscow State University, discover the best spots of Russia's capital. Your tour will make 7 stops totalling no less than 12 major city sights. Explore Moscow comfortably in a cozy van with snacks and drinks served along the way. The last stop of this portion of the tour is Red Square from where you'll be taken to a typical Russian restaurant in case you're feeling hungry. Take the opportunity to taste a specialty of the region.  After your quick bite, dive into an impressive underground network more than 33 meters below ground. See an underground museum decorated by great Soviet artists and experience the Muscovites’ favorite form of transport, by metro. Visit 6 different metro stations with a local guide and rediscover Russian history from a new perspective. Head back above ground to complete your tour with a visit to 3 of the Seven Sisters skyscrapers. 

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Moscow: Guided City Tour by Soviet Van

4. Moscow: Guided City Tour by Soviet Van

Discover the highlights of Moscow from a different perspective on a fun 3-hour tour by Soviet-era van. Get driven to 12 of the city's must-see sites, departing from the amazing onion domes of Saint Basil's Cathedral on Red Square. Journey through the history of the city and stop at 7 different sites. Indulge in traditional Russian snacks and drinks as you make your way to iconic monuments such as Academy of Science and the Moscow State University. Admire the towers of the Kremlin Embankment, and discover the site of the impressive GUM department store. Pass the new urban space of Zaryadye Park next to Red Square, see the faculty building of the Russian Academy of Sciences, pass the 16th-century Novodevichy Convent, and discover one of the world's oldest surviving thoroughfares on Arbat Street. End at the impressive Cathedral of Christ the Savior on the north bank of the Moskva River after getting panoramic views from Sparrow Hills.

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Moscow: 4–Hour Sights of Communism Private Tour

5. Moscow: 4–Hour Sights of Communism Private Tour

After pick–up from your hotel, get a brief historical overview of Soviet Union. Head toward the Lubyanka Square, home of the infamous KGB headquarters and learn the story of the GULAG concentration camps and the Solovetsky stone on the Square. Continue your tour to Detskiy Mir (Children’s World), the most famous children's store in USSR, and go up to the store's roof to admire the view of Moscow. See Stalinist skyscrapers and learn the stories and myths behind their construction. Stroll down to the Revolutionary Square and gaze at the monument to Karl Marx, one of the ideologists of communism. Pass the Metropol hotel, the scene of fierce fighting between Czar forces and the Bolsheviks. Afterwards, head underground and admire 76 bronze sculptures depicting the Soviet people on the Revolution Square metro station. Continue by metro to VDNKh, a large park and exhibition center constructed on the eve of the Second World War, now a symbol of the USSR. Take a picture next to the Worker and Kolkhoz Woman statue that has become the embodiment of Soviet sculpture. Walk past the monument to the Conquerors of Space and see the Cosmos Hotel, the largest hotel in Russia, built to host the participants of the 1980 Olympic Games.

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Moscow: Night Tour with Private Guide

6. Moscow: Night Tour with Private Guide

Meet your savvy local guide in your hotel lobby, strap on your sneakers and get prepared for a fascinating evening journey. Recall medieval Russia at Red Square. Discover the striking Kremlin walls and towers, quirky St. Basil’s Cathedral and other main draws like Kazan Cathedral, Alexander Garden and Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. You’ll take in the sweeping views of the Kremlin from Bolshoy Moskvoretsky Bridge and experience true luxury at the famous GUM department store which has reinvented itself as a purveyor of upscale shopping and retro-Soviet chic. Stroll along the neon-drenched Tverskaya Street and enjoy people-watching down Kamergersky Lane and Petrovka Street. Here, more than 800 years of history breathe softly from every corner, where bustling cafes and trendy boutiques meet impressive and expansive architecture. Take a moment to marvel at the Christ the Savior Cathedral made even more beautiful as it lights up after dark. You’ll get incredible views of the Moscow skyline from Patriarch Bridge and feast your eyes on the prominent skyscrapers from Sparrow Hills. Meander down Arbat, a hub of arty galleries and bohemian cafes, while your knowledgeable guide entertains you with amazing tales about local life.

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Moscow: City, Metro, and Food Tour with Lunch

7. Moscow: City, Metro, and Food Tour with Lunch

Discover Moscow on this comprehensive full-day tour that explores the city, metro, and food scenes. Hop aboard a bus to discover iconic spots in the city and enjoy lunch before exploring the metro underground. Top off your excursion with a visit to a Russian market to taste local specialties. City Tour Come on board a classic Soviet van to discover the Russian capital during a 3-hour guided city tour. Sightsee and discover Moscow’s secrets and mysteries as you enjoy Russian caviar and champagne. Enjoy 7 stops at key points and see no less than 12 important places such as Saint Basil’s Cathedral, Red Square, Moscow State University, the Russian Academy of Sciences, and more. Lunch & Metro Tour After getting dropped off at the Red Square, meet your next guide. Then, it’s time to eat. Visit a typical Russian restaurant and enjoy typical dishes from the region. With a filled stomach, you’ll be ready to dive more than 33 meters below ground in Moscow’s subway. Decorated by soviet artists and renowned as one of the most astonishing underground networks in the world, the muscovite metro is a real underground museum. During the metro tour, explore 3 of the most atypical stations. Learn another angle of Russian culture and local life while taking the metro. Food Tour Coming back to the surface, you’ll end up just in front of the Danilovsky Market, an authentic and charming food market located under a dome-shaped roof. Take a walk along the stacks of teas, cakes, meat, fruits, and vegetables and experience a typical Russian atmosphere. Complete your experience tasting specialties of the region like cheeses, caviar, or cakes and drinking tea, mors (fruit drink), or kvac (fermented drink). Learn the ins and out of Russian traditions and gastronomy.

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What people are saying about Seven Sisters, Moscow

Overall rating

4.3 / 5

based on 226 reviews

The tour was very easy to book. The description helped us find the jetty. Check-in with mobile phone went smoothly. We really enjoyed the ride on the Moskva and the service was excellent.

Very nice cruise, very clean, very beautiful!! Food was good, we really enjoyed our cruising with this company!! Best part of Moscow was crossing!!

Excellent experience and spectacular food I recommend doing the tour at night so that they see everything illuminated

During winter time , should have your jacket with you to go outside for photo taking at some key landmarks.

It was amazing experience we really enjoyed. The Staff and everything was excellent.