Walking tour - hidden streets of Moscow 1/10


We love discovering Moscow by foot. Even though we know the city quite well, on a walking tour with a guide you'll see&hear many interesting details which you'd never seen before and which will give you a better understanding of and appreciation for this wonderful city.

Join the 2-hour private walking tour, organized by Strelka Travel and their wonderful guide Lana. Get your cameras ready and immerse yourself into the rich history of Moscow. 

Walk off the beaten paths where you will be able to see a range of architectural styles including Russian Medieval, Russian classicism, Modern style, and Constructivism. 

See the “collection” of masterpieces of one of the most renowned modern architects of Moscow Fyodor Shekhtel. Learn about the influence of modern style on the works of the famous Russian writers and poets, such as Mayakovsky, Bulgakov, etc. 


- the house where Gogol burned the handwriting of the second volume of his famous novel "The Dead Souls; 

- the Church of Grand Ascension where Pushkin married Natalia Goncharova;

- one of the most famous Art Nouveau buildings in Moscow – the Ryabushinsky Mansion.

We need a minimum of 5 participants and we only have 10 spots, so please email to tips@moscowliving.org if you'd like to participate or if you have more questions.

We hope to see you on this tour!

=== Date: Tuesday October 1st

Time: 10.00-12.00

Costs: 1500 RB p.p.

Meeting point: Prague Restaurant (Arbat Street, 2/1, Moskva, 119019)

Ending point: Mayakovskaya Metro station


Photo credits: Strelka travel

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