October 13, 2016


If you are coming from New York or Paris the Metro is the last place you would like to go.  However, it is no wonder why the Moscow Metro is considered to be one of the most beautiful in the world and you would be missing an incredible experience if you were to not go into the Moscow underground. The tour will last about 2.5 hours covering the 12 most famous stations ranging from the stations on the Koltsevay line such as Kievskaya and Belorusskaya, all the way to Arbatskaya and Vorobyevy Gory (Sparrow Hills).

Your tour guide will pick you up from your hotel or apartment and you will head to the closes metro station that is to your location. Once inside the metro your will head to Ploshchad Revolyutsii (Revolution Square), one of the most famous stations in the Moscow Metro. You will be surrounded by statues made out of black Armenian marble, that symbolize the various people of the Soviet Union ranging from farmers and soldiers to aviators and writers.

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After the Revolution Square you will visit the various stations that span across the Koltsevya line and include among other Prospekt Mira, a station covered in white marble with columns topped by floral elements symbolizing the agricultural prosperity of the Soviet Union.

You will also visit the Belorusskaya and Kievskaya metro stations that will were built and named to symbolize the unity between the Belorussian, Ukrainian and Russian people. A commonly held idea in Soviet Union that all three of these are brotherly people.

You will further continue to Komsomolskaya, Novoslobodskaya, Kurskaya, Novokuznetskaya and even Arbatskaya. Each of these stations has a special story about them ranging from some architectural marvels to World War II mysteries.

After visiting the Koltsevaya line your guide will take you to other prominent stations, such as Park Pobedy and Vorobyevy Gory (Sparrow Hills) a sight of the famous MSU (Moscow State University) and a place with an incredible view.

Finally, your tour will end with the Mayakovskaya station, a perfect example of pre-World War II Stalinist architecture and arguably one of the most beautiful metro stations in the world.

If at this point in your tour you would still like to visit some other metro stations our guide will gladly take you there and will answer any questions that you might have at the end of your tour.

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