And I go, walk across Moscow
Arbat is a pedestrian street in Moscow, which seems to be even more famous than Tverskaya, the main street of the capital. Arbat is such a Moscow Montmartre, with street dancers, musicians, artists, cozy cafes and restaurants, souvenir shops. Arbat has been known since 1475.
Our tour starts from the Arbatskaya metro station. Or our guide can meet you at any other metro and come to the Arbat together.
End of the tour: a monument to the great Russian poet A. Pushkin and his beautiful wife Natalie Goncharova.
The duration of the tour is 3 hours. Please put on comfortable walking shoes. The tour is held at any time, at any time of the year, for any number of people.
We will see
- The mansion of the famous Russian merchant, Old Believer, nephew of Savva Morozov, Arseny Morozov on Vozdvizhenka. We also call it Morozov’s “openwork castle”. Built in the 19th century on the site of an equestrian circus. Now it is the Reception House of the Government of the Russian Federation.
We will learn
- About the dangers of the dispute (why Arseniy Morozov won the dispute, but died after 3 days)