The Moscow Kremlin is a group of civil and religious buildings at the heart of Moscow, overlooking the Moskva River to the south, the Red Square to the east and Alexander Garden to the west.

It is the best known of the Russian citadels and includes five palaces, four cathedrals, grouped inside an enclosure delimited by the Kremlin Wall, which includes the towers of the Kremlin. Its name has changed since the days of the Soviet Union synonymous of the Russian government.

Into the architectural complex are three buildings that are used as official residences of the President of the Russian Federation: the Palace of the Senate, the Grand Kremlin Palace and the Military Academy.

The Moscow Kremlin


Itineraries that allows you to visit this point of interest

Moscow to Beijing

From Russia to China through Mongolia, some places you will not forget rightly has seen many films this train that exudes an amazing magic and that leaves a mark on those who experience it.

Beijing to Moscow

From China to Russia through Mongolia, landscapes you will not forget. For this reason it has been seen in many films this train that exudes an amazing magic and that leaves a mark on those who experience it.

Moscu - Vladivostok

The Trans-Siberian, the most famous train in the world, and shows the way to the heart of Russia. Thousands of kilometers from the shores of the Baltic Sea to the Pacific Ocean, which will open its most unknown side and make you hear the beat of your heart of steel.

Vladivostok - Moscu

The trainTransiberian will take you through magical places! You will see Russia in all its historical grandeur, you will know the mixture of cultures and riches, its splendor and architectural extravagance, a diverse and united country, linking people and different religions.

From Moscow to St Petersburg

Travel on board our private train chasing Aurora Borealis as you discover the northernmost cities of Russia, as well as Moscow and St. Petersburg. 

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