I went to a bike tour on the 5th of Wednesday with amazing Alexandra Gribanova and family from Ankara! We saw different sights of Moscow, from centre to calm slipping districts. It was a really colourful, contrast and interesting bike trip! Thank you so much!...More
Tours and Tickets by Moscow Urban Adventures
Learn to eat like a true Muscovite on this foodie-led walking tour, which skips the tourist track and takes you to straight to local favorites in the Danilovsky food market. Munch on regional treats like smoked lard, red caviar, and Russian honey, and learn about the culinary heritage of the former USSR. Tours also include stops at a Soviet-era eatery, plus savory dishes from Uzbekistan and Dagestan.
Explore Moscow’s most buzz-worthy nightlife district during this guided after-hours food and drink crawl. Discover hidden hotspots only favored by locals, getting a peek at under-the-radar attractions along the way, like the former headquarters of the KGB. Tours include stops at three hip locations, plus craft beer, flavored vodka, a traditional Russian spirit, and an array of hearty local snacks.
Moscow By Bike - Afternoon Small Group Tour with Local Guide
Join us on for a thoroughly enjoyable afternoon of cycling around the green heart of Moscow. See some of the city’s most famous sights but also some of her quirky hidden gems too, such as Museon Park with its many statues of Stalin and former Russian leaders. Your local guide will lead you to some of their favourite places to relax in the city and we’ll hit a local market to try some truly authentic Russian snacks. With picturesque green spaces, pretty panoramas and tasty snacks, we can’t think of a better way to spend 3 hours in the city!
$98.13 per adult
For visitors, Moscow can be a tricky city to navigate, but you can skip the hassle of trying to figure it out for yourself on this complrehensive guided tour. Visit the city's must-visit cultural gems, including St Basil’s Cathedral, admire its grand underground system, and visit a local's-favorite food market.
Moscow’s metro stations perfectly encapsulate Russia’s bygone Soviet era, but exploring them without a guide won’t do them justice. This small-group tour takes you to key stations to view their statues, murals, and ornamentation, and provides the lowdown on their history and Soviet symbolism. Sampling blini pancakes and riding a trolleybus to see two of Moscow's Stalinist-era “Seven Sister” skyscrapers makes your tour complete. Metro and bus fares are at your expense.
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