Moscow Metro Tour
The Moscow metro is known as “The Underground Palace” We tell you all the secrets and stories of the Muscovite underground with our expert guides.
Moscow Metro Tour with an english guide.
Moscow Metro Tour available all year round from Monday to Friday at 1:30pm or 7:00 pm, always with advance booking. Visiting Moscow metro is great. See the Moscow metro with our excursions is ideal for you.
The tour in the Moscow metro, is undoubtedly one of the must-see visits of the city, Explore the Underground Palace with a guide who knows its stories and anecdotes. Entering the metro system of Moscow is an unforgettable experience, never a metro has been built with greater luxury than in this city.
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Among the places to visit in this tour are the following most outstanding stations:
Belorruskaya Metro Station (dedicated to Belarus)
In this station the carved marble paintings on the ceiling tell part of the history of the Belarusian people, the complicated techniques combined with the simplicity and elegance of its architecture make it unique and worthy of touring
Mayakovskaya Metro Station (dedicated to writer Vladimir Mayakovsky)
This place served as a refuge for Stalin, during a bombing in World War II. Art Deco style, is a temporary place, where its elegance and beauty, transported it to the 30s. This station is among the 10 most beautiful metro stations in the world.
Novoslobodskaya Metro Station
The impressive stained glass work by Latvian artists creates a cathedral atmosphere, but in the Soviet style. This contradiction makes this station a place visited by tourists. In combination it also has a mosaic by Pavel Korin, one of the best-known artists of the Stalinist period. Learn the stories and anecdotes of this season.
Kievskaya Metro Station (dedicated to the friendship of the peoples of Ukraine and Russia)
In this also busy station, among its mosaics, they tell us the stories about the Russian and Ukrainian people. Discover important facts of both nations and the participation that Ukraine had in the Soviet Union as the second most important nation of the group.
Ploshchad Revolyutsii Metro Station (dedicated to the revolution and its early years)
In this station a set of bronze statues by the sculptor Matvey Manizer, tells us about the evolution of the first 20 years of the revolution. Get to know in this station more about the superstitions of the Russians, and how this place has become a current icon for Muscovites looking to improve their luck.
Komsomolskaya Metro Station
One of the largest and most ostentatious stations of the Moscow metro system, this station tells us about the city of Moscow and its role in Russian history, which will unveil this majestic station.
This is just a small summary of what you will see from our expert guides, do not hesitate to make this visit, you will not regret it.
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