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Moscow: Metro & Bunker-42 Guided Tour

1. Moscow: Metro & Bunker-42 Guided Tour

Explore Moscow’s famous underground stations and the Bunker-42 Cold War Museum. Start with the best Moscow metro stations of the Soviet period, designed and built between 1934 and 1960. Compare different architectural styles and the beauty of the underground on this 30 to 50-minute tour. Next, visit Bunker-42, a once-secret military complex, bunker, and communication center with an area of 7,000 square meters at a depth of 65 meters.  During the Cold War, approximately 600 people could live and work in the complex for 30 days without assistance from the outside world, thanks to stores of food and medicine, an air recycling system, and diesel generators. Workers would commute to the facility by way of the Taganskaya metro station, on special trains that ran at night. Even the entrance is hidden, disguised as an old building.

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Moscow: Private Metro Tour with Hotel Pickup

2. Moscow: Private Metro Tour with Hotel Pickup

Benefit from pick-up at your accommodation at a time to suit, and then head to the nearest metro station to start your private tour of the Moscow Metro network. Travel to Novokuznetskay station, where the design honors the soldiers of the Soviet era. Continue to Mayakovskaya station to admire its futurist architecture.  Visit some of the stations on the Koltsevay line, including Belorusskaya, Novoslobodskaya, Prospekt Mira and Komsomolskaya. Continue to Ploshchad Revolyutsii (Revolution Square) to take a closer look at the marble statues of the most famous station on the network. Move on to the stations of Arbatskaya and Kievskaya, the latter built to symbolize the unity of the people from Russia and Ukraine. Avail of the chance to visit other stations with your guide and ask any questions you may have.

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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: Historical Walk with Metro, Cathedral, & Arbat Tour

4. Moscow: Historical Walk with Metro, Cathedral, & Arbat Tour

Go deep underground to discover the beauty of the famous Moscow Metro. Known to be as beautiful as palaces, these stations represent different architectural aspects not only of Russian culture, but also those of the former republics of the USSR. Let your guide show you some of the most beautiful stations and tell you about their stories and secrets. Then, take a leisurely stroll on Arbat street. This charming and picturesque pedestrian street is the heart of the old section of Moscow. From there, you will take a walk by some of the most beautiful houses and buildings of one of the best-preserved areas of Moscow. You will soon arrive at the imposing Cathedral of Christ the Savior, the largest cathedral in Russia. With your guide, you will discover not only the splendors of the cathedral, but also the turbulent history of the replica of the original edifice ordered destroyed by Stalin in 1931.

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Moscow: Guided Metro & Museum of Cosmonautics Tour

5. Moscow: Guided Metro & Museum of Cosmonautics Tour

Moscow's metro stations offer not only functionality as a public transport system but incredible cultural value. On this tour, visit the best Moscow Metro stations from the Soviet period that were designed and built from 1934–1960. Then, explore the Space Museum, also known as the Museum of Cosmonautics. After meeting your professional English-speaking guide at the meeting point, take a metro tour that lasts 30-50 minutes. Admire the work of outstanding architects and engineers, as well as the beauty of the underground system, and compare the different architectural styles with the help of your guide. Next, head to the Space Museum, which was opened on April 10, 1981, in celebration of the day when Yuri Gagarin became the first human to orbit the Earth in space 20 years before. Here, plunge into the history of Soviet and international cosmonautics, or space science. With your guide, discover many of the museum's 85,000 different items and exhibits. See the models of the first sputniks, the first space station, and a miniature spaceship, and marvel at the model of the Mir Space Station’s main module.

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Moscow: Bunker-42, Dinner, and Moscow Metro Guided Tour

6. Moscow: Bunker-42, Dinner, and Moscow Metro Guided Tour

Discover Russia's underground wonders on this exciting evening tour of Bunker-42 and the Moscow Metro. Enjoy a unique Cold-War dining experience. Enjoy convenient pick-up from your hotel in Moscow and dive into Cold War story in one of the most secure places in the USSR: Bunker-42. Enjoy a traditional Russian dinner and fortify yourself with a shot of vodka before exploring. After dinner, follow your guide as you learn what life was like 65 meters below the surface in this bunker that could house up to 2000 people. Learn about Soviet plans in case of nuclear attack. Dive into the marvelous Moscow Metro after your bunker tour and see why it was nicknamed "Stalin's Palace for the People." Take in the richness of the world's most beautiful metro before being dropped off back at your hotel.

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Moscow: Guided Nighttime Metro Tour

7. Moscow: Guided Nighttime Metro Tour

Discover Moscow's metro stations that are famous for both their cultural value and functionality. Tour the largest subway system in Eastern Europe and admire the artwork and mastery that went into creating these spaces. Experience stations that were created by outstanding architects and engineers in the Soviet at stops like Ploshad Revolutsii (Revolution Square), Arbatskaya, Kievskaya, Belorusskaya, Novoslobodskaya, and Kurskaya.  Have the possibility to compare different architectural styles and artwork. Learn more about these public masterpieces from your informative guide.

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Moscow: Soviet-Era Metro Tour and River Cruise

8. Moscow: Soviet-Era Metro Tour and River Cruise

Marvel at the stunning facades of Moscow’s Soviet-era metro stations and learn the fascinating stories behind their construction from a professional guide. Gain unique insights into the architects and engineers who brought the stations to life, before boarding a memorable boat tour on a modern cruise ship past the river’s highlights. Enjoy panoramic views across the iconic architecture of the city, including the 16th-century St Basil’s Cathedral, the 98-meter-high monument to Peter the Great, and the Russian Parliament. Relax onboard the 2.5-hour boat journey, as you learn about the captivating history of this incredible 12th-century city.

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Moscow: Guided Evening Metro Tour

9. Moscow: Guided Evening Metro Tour

Discover Moscow — the city that never sleeps — on a guided Metro tour. Visit some of Moscow's most iconic metro stations that are known for their cultural value apart from sheer functionality. Hop on the metro and visit stations such as Ploshchad Revolyutsii, Arbatskaya, Kievskaya, Belorusskaya, Novoslobodskaya, and Kurskaya. Learn about their history, architectural styles, and the witness beauty of the underground. Receive some practical information from your guide about your stay in the city and get some tips on places to visit.

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Moscow: Night Walking Tour and Metro Guided Tour

10. Moscow: Night Walking Tour and Metro Guided Tour

Discover the city that never sleeps on this walking tour and stroll along the most beautifully lit up streets. Take some great pictures and look at one of the busiest megalopolises in the world.  Visit some shops that are open up to 10:00 PM and listen to the chimes of the main Kremlin tower clock in Red Square and enjoy the night beauty of the mail department store GUM. See Moscow's metro stations that are famous for their cultural value apart from sheer functionality. Visit the best Moscow Metro stations of the Soviet period such as Ploshad Revolutsii (Revolution Square), Arbatskaya, Kievskaya, Belorusskaya, Novoslobodskaya, and Kurskaya.   The metro stations were designed and built between 1934 and 1960 by the architects and engineers of that time. Get the chance to compare different architectural styles and the beauty of the underground. Receive some practical information from your guide about your stay in the capital and get some tips on what to visit next.

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What people are saying about Moscow

Overall rating

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based on 2 reviews

2nd part Metro tour was great!

The information that no German gide was available and that we would be picked up directly from the hotel the day before was great. The first part of the tour with the various points (7 sisters, basilica, etc.) was not so good, we would have found out on our own. But driving a car from the Soviet era made a lot of competition. The tour in the metro stations was very exciting and entertaining. Our guide Ilja enriched this with a lot of joy and background information. It was great including the snack at the end. Thanks!

Our guide Katja picked us up in our hotel and we started the tour at lubyanka station. Passing the KGB building she told us about that period in time when many people were imprisoned and killed by the gouvernement. Katja told us a lot about Russian history and showed us many many beautiful stations. She really knows all the facts and figures and we got a lovely souvenir from Moscow metro. Thank you Katja for a great underground tour, we enjoyed it from the start till the end.

Wonder ful

It was really nice our guide was young girl . Kate was amazing she knew all details and very sweet . She replied all our questions explained everything so nicely . She really took care of us I must say. When u get such wonderful guide you feel your trip was worth it .

Kate our guide picked us up from our hotel and took us to different metro stations, explaining the history at each one. It was a really informative tour and Kate was helpful and friendly.

A convenient and personable service. Being met at our hotel and walked to the nearest Metro station had a fine sense of reality to it.