Moscow: 4 Day Itinerary

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Moscow: 4 Day Itinerary

Mar 2020 | posted by Tourism Portfolio
'During any season, at any hour of the day, Moscow thrills visitors with its artistry, history and majesty.' - Lonely Planet. Be inspired by one of Tsar Events suggested itineraries for 4 days in Moscow with a focus on history, food and being active.

Day 1: Welcome to Moscow

After check-in guests are invited to the welcome dinner in legendary Café Pushkin restaurant. Café "Pushkin" is a high-class restaurant in the city center, located on Tverskoy boulevard. It is housed in a marvelous two-storey mansion, which in the XVIII century belonged to one of the favorites of Catherine the Great, Ivan Rimskiy-Korsakov. The restaurant is famous for its aristocrat atmosphere and unique cuisine, including old Russian recipes and French culinary.

Day 2: Treasure Hunts, Obstacle Courses and an evening at the larget gastronomic centre in Moscow

On a second day guests are invited to explore city but with the secret mission. The group will be divided into 3 subgroups, each will get an assignment, a guide and their own vehicle. The groups will be moving from one object to another, at each location they will be given a clue by an actor and will proceed to the next step. The city treasure hunt will cover Cosmos Pavilion with International Space Station replica, Christ the Savior Cathedral, most beautiful metro in the world in Moscow and Old Arbat Street.  The treasure hunt will conclude at Glavpivtorg restaurant – KGB canteen where guests will have lunch.

In the afternoon, Obstacle Course in the Bunker - 65 meters underground.  Tests players' dexterity, speed, force, thinking and logical skills. Players are offered to split into 3 teams. Participants are given special attire for this obstacle course. Each team moves through their own route in the bunker and goes through the Shooting range, "Minefield", logical puzzles and maze.

In the evening the dinner will be held at Depo – the largest gastronomic center in Moscow.

Day 3: Military Experiences and a Panoramic Dinner with Ice Bar

Today guests will have a unique opportunity to ride the legendary Soviet tanks T-34, T-54, T-55. The tank base is located 70 km from Moscow. Tank model for the activity will be advised closer to the date. The group will be divided into 2 subgroups and rotate through all confirmed activity stations, uniforms will be provided. The program includes tour of the base and military vehicles museum visit, an introduction to the history of a chosen vehicle, an opportunity to ride on the outside, introduction to AK-47 and shooting from it. Upon completing the activities guests will have a military kitchen experience and taste what Russian soldiers eat in the field.

For a farewell to Moscow dinner, guests will be taken to the 84th floor of Moscow City at Oko Tower.  Ruski is the highest panoramic restaurant in Europe. The menu prepared by several chefs, it offers unique Russian dishes: soup of beef tails, marinated smelts and Karelian trout, dumplings with potatoes and cottage cheese stuffed duck neck "Delicieux" and stuffed carp. Ice Bar of the restaurant offers guests a caviar bar, homemade vodkas and liqueurs. Additionally guests can get access to the open air observation deck to see the city's beautiful night skyline.

Day 4: Jewels of Red Square and farewell

On the last day guests will see the Jewels of Red Square. They will visit Kremlin territory and its cathedrals, famous St.Basil's Cathedral and one of the oldest department stores in Russia – GUM. The Moscow Kremlin is a historic fortified complex at the heart of Moscow, overlooking the Moskva River and the Alexander Garden. It is the best known of kremlins (Russian citadels) and includes four palaces, four cathedrals and the enclosing Kremlin Wall with Kremlin towers. The complex serves as the official residence of the President of Russia.

After the tour the guests will enjoy lunch at Goodman Steakhouse located next to the Red Square and then depart for the Sheremetyevo airport on-route to St Petersburg.

Next stop? St Petersburg... perhaps for an exclusive arrival evening at Yusupov Palace

Find out what comes next and more about Russia as an incentive or event destination from our team.  Give us a call on 02 9922 5520 or email us at sharon@tourismportfolio.com.au or donna@tourismportfolio

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