In Moscow, the Kremlin is a succession of palaces, churches and museums to discover inside the gilded fortress. A guided visit!
All the visits of the Russian capital begin on the Red Place. Framed by a multitude of monuments filled with incredible treasures, this famous site shelters an official governmental palace: The Kremlin. Open year-round, the seat of the country's executive power can be visited by tourists interested in history, culture and architectural patrimony.
Inside the Kremlin fortress of Moscow
The Kremlin spans 27 hectares. Your first steps with lead you to the Place of the Cathedrals—the Assumption, Saint-Michael Archangel, the Annunciation, the Depostion of the Virgin's Robe and the Twelve Apostles. White facades, golden bulbs, icons, relics, tombs of the patriarchs, bas-reliefs, religious frescoes, all these venues are dedicated to cults form a unique spectacle.
All the treasures of Russia
A little further, a selfie op, in front of Tsar Kolokol, the largest bell in the world, is a must. Then enter the Diamond Fund galleries, showcasing the impressive gems of former sovereigns. After going through a series of adjoining ceremonial reception rooms, you will finally arrive in the spectacular Museum of the Royal Coaches. A complete day is recommended to fully benefit from the treasures of the Kremlin…