Kremlin historical tour
What you will do
The Moscow Kremlin is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the most historical places in Russia. It’s home to many churches, magnificent palaces and museums that will take you back through time!
The Kremlin is one of the oldest and holiest sites in Russia. It was first mentioned in written records at the beginning of 14th century, despite suffering destruction from invader Napoleon Bonaparte and his troops during which time it lost many landmarks; but today’s complex has remained largely intact since then as a grandiose example to showcase power for new Czars upon their coronations about centuries years ago!
The Kremlin is a beautiful palace that was the seat of power for over 1,000 years. The exterior walls are made up primarily from red bricks and contain 19 towers as well as other structures such gardens or baths inside it too!
In addition to the Presidential Administration in the Senate Palace and the official residence of the President in the Terems Palace, the Kremlin contains many architectural treasures, including four cathedrals, two churches, and many palaces. Our guide will present them to you, and you will be able to visit several of them.