It is a masterpiece, all churches are a must see in Moscow, but the service is not well organized. I do recommend understand that this place is comparable St Peter basilique in Rome or with Louvre but I believe the queues could be a bit...More
About Moscow Kremlin (Moskovsky Kreml)
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A five star venue spoilt by lack of organisation and information. No-one to ask about queues and, given the fact that you must queue for each separate museum, it could really do with an information desk.
differents tickets make the queueing long and complicated. you don't know where to start, staff (at 8.30 am there is none) don't speak anything other than Russian. So, no possible explanation :( security controls are numerous and guards are everywhere telling you off if you...More
The original old palace of Moscow and of course the seat of the government, the buildings are beautiful and if you can get inside(varies0 it is very worthwhile
You can't possible visit Moscow and not visit the Kremlin. As impressive as you might imagine. Particularly atmospheric at night.
A visit to the Kremlin is a must when in Moscow. There are 7 different churches inside and each of them are worth a visit. It was a visit which was totally different from our expectations. Wear good walking shoes as the surfaces vary from...More
Had no idea what to expect and was amazed. Buildings and churches are beautiful and artwork, displays and jewelry were amazing. It was a nice day so we got great photos. Lots of walking so wear comfortable shoes. Allow at least two hours.
The Kremlin is nothing like you'd expect from the outside. The outside suggests that the inside is crowded. It's not with a large open parkland and parking areas. The main attraction are the churches clustering around Cathedral Square. Actually the Square is huge. We paid...More
I was expecting once I go to Kremlin to visit a palace. But it seems there palaces in that area are only dedicated to the governors and no public visitor can enter to them. In this case, you have the opportunity to walk in the...More
Everything - the walls and the towers (see my other review), the churches and the cathedrals, the museums, the Tsar-Cannon and the Tsar-Bell - is a masterpiece in its own right. Some places house Russian government facilities and are closed to the public, but apparently...More