Moscow is a place that is full of Marvellous Lakes, Mountains, museums, parks, cathedrals, hills, towers, and much more.
If you are a traveller who loves adventure, then this place is no doubt ideal for you. Here you can perform several fun activities in a medium budget as well.
The city is a blend of modern and historical sites that make this city a great choice to travel for tourists across the world.
If you are making plans to travel to this amazing city, then this travel guide is going to be very helpful for you. In this article, I have added a quick choice of some of the top tourist attractions in Moscow that will triple up the fun during your short trip here.
The Kremlin is one of the most ancient parts of Moscow where you will find many antique things that symbolise the history of this city and the whole of Russia as well. The Kremlin is a cultural site as well which reflects the culture of the country. This place is also famous because it serves as the centre of the Russian state and, it is the residence of the President of Russia. This place is also added in the UNESCO World Heritage Site’s list.
You will find different museums located inside the Complex of The Kremlin.
Some of the top tourist attractions in Kremlin include the Armory Chamber, Cathedral of Annunciation, Cathedral of Archangel, Cathedral of the Assumption, the Patriarch’s chambers, Church of the Deposition of the Robe, Ivan and the Great Bell Ensemble, Sobornaya square, and much more
The Hermitage Museum is located at the St Petersburg. This museum is well-known all over the world because it is the second largest art museum in the globe.
The Hermitage Museum contains more than 3 million items in its collection. And all these things are displayed in its 360 rooms and besides all these rooms the Hermitage museum is divided into six buildings that represent the historic work of this museum.
This place is ideal for art lovers, if you are one then you will find a lot of art pieces here that will blow your mind for sure.
The entry fee for the Hermitage Museum is totally free.
You can also get a chance to visit the diamond and gold rooms in the treasure gallery but that will be a guided tour for sure.
The Hermitage Museum is wheelchair accessible and the wheelchairs are also available here at rent.
St. Basil’s (Pokrovsky) Cathedral
The St. Basil’s Cathedral is located on the opposite side of Voskrensensky gate of the Red Square. This cathedral was constructed in the reign of Tsar Ivan IV from 1554 to 1560.
This cathedral is no doubt an architectural masterpiece that will surely blow your mind.
If you are planning a short trip to Moscow, then do not forget to visit this place there. You will spend an amazing time here.…Read More