Gold-domed Moscow

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Gold-domed Moscow

24 Jun - 27 Jun
3 Days
Maximum seats

Moscow is magnificent and dignified. There are a lot of cultural objects such as more than 400 museums, about a thousand monuments, 150 theatres and dozens of concert halls. A lot of secular events are happened here, such as the world premiere, exhibitions and etc.

The route is thought out in a way that you will have the opportunity to stop in historical places and take photos of picturesque nature.

All included. You will receive a motorcycle and health insurance. All museums tickets are included in the price.

It is possible to change the program only if it’s the group’s wish.

Throughout the route you will be accompanied by a guide, guard and mechanic (we will replace motorcycle in case of serious damage).

All inclusive tour

Transfer and
(in all cities)
Food (arrival day
and throughout
the route)
museum tickets,
Technical costs and
charges related to toll
roads and parking
Guard and mechanic
Give yourself an unforgettable adventure!
And we will make sure that it goes perfectly

Tour overview

Day 1
Meeting at the airport, transfer to the hotel, accommodation; you will get a motorcycle, meet with the team, sign a contract and have a dinner.

Motorcycle Centre “Sexton”

The Center is included in the list of Moscow sights. The founder of the Center is the first and oldest motor club in Russia called “Night Wolves. The Center is a modern platform for celebrations and dance events, concerts, stage lighting and pyrotechnic shows. The Center is divided into open arenas with concert scenes as well as restaurant-club Sexton.
Day 2

The Kremlin and the Red Square

This is the most recognizable and remarkable places in Moscow. Since the 12th century the Kremlin has served as a defensive structure. It has burned and rebuilt several times. Red Square more than once became the place of important state events. It held meetings, fairs, parades, various cultural events.

Saint Basil's Cathedral

The cathedral was founded by order of Ivan the Terrible as gratitude to the Lord for help in taking Kazan. The name was given in honor of the holy fool Basil the Blessed who had collected part of the money for the construction of the temple and handed them over to Ivan the Terrible.

The Cathedral of Christ the Saviour

The temple was built in honor of the victory in the Patriotic War of 1812, designed by Konstantin Thon, the work lasted more than forty years. During Soviet times, the building was blown up, and the Palace of Soviets appeared in its place, and later the “Moscow” swimming pool. The cathedral was rebuilt in 1994-1997. and now has a maximum external similarity with the original.

The Cathedral of the Immaculate

Conception of the Holy Virgin Mary The Cathedral is a neo-Gothic Roman Catholic Church at Moscow's center, that serves as the cathedral of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Moscow. Located in the Central Administrative Okrug, it is one of three Roman Catholic churches in Moscow and the largest in Russia. The construction of the cathedral was proposed by the Tsarist government in 1894. Groundbreaking was in 1899; construction work began in 1901 and was completed ten years later. Three-aisled and built from red brick, the cathedral is based on a design by architect Tomasz Bohdanowicz-Dworzecki. The style was influenced by Westminster Abbey and Milan Cathedral. With the help of funds from Catholic parishes in Russia and its neighbouring states, the church was consecrated as a chapel for Moscow's Polish parish in 1911.

The Bolshoi Theatre

It is a historic theatre in Moscow, Russia, originally designed by architect Joseph Bové, which holds ballet and opera performances. Before the October Revolution it was a part of the Imperial Theatres of the Russian Empire along with Maly Theatre (Small Theatre) in Moscow and a few theatres in Saint Petersburg (Hermitage Theatre, Bolshoi (Kamenny) Theatre, later Mariinsky Theatre and others). The Bolshoi Ballet and Bolshoi Opera are amongst the oldest and most renowned ballet and opera companies in the world. It is by far the world's biggest ballet company, with more than 200 dancers. The theatre is the parent company of The Bolshoi Ballet Academy, a world-famous leading school of ballet.

The State Tretyakov Gallery

The gallery's history starts in 1856 when the Moscow merchant Pavel Mikhailovich Tretyakov acquired works by Russian artists of his day with the aim of creating a collection, which might later grow into a museum of national art. In 1892, Tretyakov presented his already famous collection of approximately 2,000 works (1,362 paintings, 526 drawings, and 9 sculptures) to the Russian nation. The façade of the gallery building was designed by the painter Viktor Vasnetsov in a peculiar Russian fairy-tale style. It was built in 1902–04 to the south from the Moscow Kremlin. During the 20th century, the gallery expanded to several neighboring buildings, including the 17th-century church of St. Nicholas in Tolmachi.

Victory Park on Poklonnaya Hill

In the 1960s, the Soviet authorities decided to put the area to use as an open-air museum dedicated to the Russian victory over Napoleon. The New Triumphal Arch, erected in wood in 1814 and in marble in 1827 to a design by Osip Bove, was relocated and reconstructed here in 1968. A loghouse, where Kutuzov presided over the Fili conference which decided to abandon Moscow to the enemy, was designated a national monument. The huge panorama "Battle of Borodino" by Franz Roubaud (1910–12) was installed here in 1962. A monument to Kutuzov was opened in 1973.vThe Victory Park and the Square of Victors are important parts of the outdoor museum.

Vystavka Dostizheniy Narodnogo Khozyaystva (VDNKh) (Exhibition of Achievements of National Economy)

VDNKh is located in Ostankinsky District of Moscow, less than a kilometer from Ostankino Tower. It is served by VDNKh subway station, as well as by Moscow Monorail. Cosmonauts Alley and the Worker and Kolkhoz Woman statue are situated just outside the main entrance to VDNKh. It also borders Moscow Botanical Garden and a smaller Ostankino Park, and in recent years the three parks served as a united park complex.

Ostankino Tower

It is a television and radio tower in Moscow, Russia, owned by the Moscow branch of unitary enterprise Russian TV and Radio Broadcasting Network. Standing 540.1 metres (1,772 ft) tall, Ostankino was designed by Nikolai Nikitin. It is currently the tallest free-standing structure in Europe and 11th tallest in the world. The tower was the first free-standing structure to exceed 500 m (1,600 ft) in height. Ostankino was built to mark the 50th anniversary of the October Revolution. It is named after the Ostankino district of Moscow in which it is located.

The Seven Sisters (Stalin's high-rises)

This are a group of seven skyscrapers in Moscow designed in the Stalinist style. They were built from 1947 to 1953, in an elaborate combination of Russian Baroque and Gothicstyles. The seven are: Hotel Ukraina, Kotelnicheskaya Embankment Apartments, the Kudrinskaya Square Building, the Hilton Moscow Leningradskaya Hotel, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs main building, the main building of the Moscow State University, and the Red Gates Administrative Building. There were two more skyscrapers in the same style planned that were never built: the Zaryadye Administrative Building and the Palace of the Soviets.
Return of motorcycle and photos
Day 3
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