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Welcome to Russia and the start of your long weekend! Arrival transfer from the Train station to hotel and check in. Tonight, our Welcome Meeting takes place, an opportunity to meet fellow travellers. Spend the remainder of the evening at leisure. Overnight - Moscow
Start the day with a guided walk of the Kitay-Gorod and Lubyanka area. You’ll see ancient churches and buildings and the outside of the FSB (successor to the infamous KGB) as you head to the highlight of your walk - the impressive Red Square. Experience the magic of Moscow as you approach the Resurrection gate - a beautiful red archway that leads to Red Square, from where you can catch your first glimpse of the wonderfully coloured fairy-tale castle of St Basil’s. If open, you can view the somewhat eerie but healthy looking wax work like figure of the embalmed Lenin in his mausoleum. The rest of the day is free for you to explore. Overnight - Moscow
In the morning we take a guided tour of the impressive Moscow Kremlin - previously home of the Tsars and headquarters of the Soviet Union. The enclave contains many stunning sights, from the gold domed Cathedral of the Annunciation to the also gold topped Ivan the Great Bell Tower the 200 tonne Tsar Bell that sits beside the tower! This afternoon we offer a guided tour of a Cold War Soviet bunker. Head 65 meters underground to explore a Stalinist-era bunker that up until recently was a top secret symbol of Soviet Power. Cleverly hidden beneath an ordinary apartment building, on a busy street in the heart of Moscow, the facility was constructed in secret in the 1950’s, to protect against a US nuclear attack (shared tour). Overnight - Moscow
Our Mood for Moscow ends after breakfast. Spend the morning souvenir hunting in the nearby Izmailova Markets before and hotel check out at 12noon transfer to airport
Located just off Nevskiy Propekt, the exterior of the church rather resembles famous St Basil’s Cathedral on Red Square – due...