Are you studying Russian? Would you like to understand how Russian people live?
Only when you have walked down the streets of old Moscow, visited our famous museums, watched performances in Moscow’s wonderful theatres, and relaxed in one of Moscow's many parks, will you begin to understand how diverse Moscow and its residents can be.
We invite you to discover for yourself what Moscow is really like!
If you are drawn to the classical images of the Russian capital, then Red Square - the most ancient symbol of the city - awaits you. In the square you will find St. Basil's Cathedral, the Kremlin, and Lenin's Mausoleum.
If it is Soviet Moscow that you would like to see, you will be able to photograph Stalin's Skyscrapers (Stalin's Seven Sisters) sometimes called the wedding cake buildings because of their tiered architecture, walk around VDNKh - a park which celebrates soviet industry and agriculture - and visit the Cold War Museum on Taganka (Bunker-42).
If it is art that you are most interested in, then we invite you to explore the Bolshoi Theater, the Chekhov Moscow Art Theater, the magnificent Tretyakov Gallery, the Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, and an enormous number of exhibits by modern artists, photographers, etc.
If Russian literature is something you are fond of, then it’s time to get acquainted with the Moscow of Bulgakov, Tolstoy, Pushkin, and many others.
If it is modern Moscow that you would like to see, a visit to the Moscow International Business Center should be right up your street.
If the fast-paced hustle and bustle of Moscow's streets becomes tiring, Moscow also has an enormous array of parks in which to wind down. In this case we invite you to relax in Kolomenskoye, Tsaritsyno, Kuskovo, Ostankino, Vorobyovy Gory, Park Pobedy, Gorky Park, or Alexander's Garden. Or, perhaps you would like to take a stroll along the Moscow River. On a small river bus you will get to sail past such points of interest as Novodevichy Convent, Moscow State University, Gorky Park, the Kremlin, and Red Square.
Of course, a trip to Moscow would not be complete without making at least a couple of journeys on the Moscow Metro and sviewing such stations as Mayakovskaya, Novoslobodskaya, Ploshad Revolyutsi which are works of art in their own right.
In Moscow you are sure to find something that interests you. Please contact us, and we will help you organize interesting excursions to the Bolshoi Theater, Cold War Museum, the "Red October" Chocolate Factory, the Cosmonaut Museum or to many, many other interesting places.
We would like you to get to know Moscow!