This walk explores Red Square, the historic complex in the heart of Moscow that is called "red" because the word originally meant "beautiful" in Russian, not because of the colour of its walls.
In the Soviet Union period, this was the centre of the socialist cult. Today the complex serves as the official residence of the President.
You'll see cathedrals, museums, churches, 20 towers, several monuments, and a mausoleum along the way, as well as the toniest store in Moscow. You'll also see the Moscow Kremlin, one-time official residence of the tsar.