This tour explores the most iconic garden of Russia. The Kremlin Garden is a slice of tranquility tucked away within the bustling heart of Moscow. It is the peaceful jewel of the Kremlin Complex. The monuments within the garden depict the main heroes of the country over the past seven centuries. Delve into the often turbulent and constantly evolving history of Russia. Discover the stories of those who have shaped the path of this fascinating country. Along the way, you'll take in medieval towers, beautiful scenery and legendary events.
The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, the Grotto, The changing of the guard ceremony, The Great Victory Wall, The Horse Show Fountain
The nearest Moscow Metro station to the garden is Okhotny Ryad (Red Line), . Attention - you can use the Alexander Garden station (blue line) but the its exit is located in the second part of the garden so you will miss the entrance and the first part of the garden.
Places to stop along the way:
The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, the Grotto, The Great Victory Wall, The Horse Show Fountain
Best time to walk:
Early morning, on the weekend it might be crowded
Keep an eye on your belongings. Hold some cash money in rubles just in case. Get yourself some water. don't buy any souvenirs here. The prices are extremely high. Keep your ID card with you.
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