The word ‘Kremlin’ denotes the fortified central part of a feudal city, the most secure area in military terms. Such fortresses were typically located on high ground, surrounded by defense walls, moats, and loophole towers with secret passages and hidden drinking water wells.
All of the above is just as true for the country’s main Kremlin in Moscow. This historical complex featuring impressive architecture of different epochs and exciting museums is inscribed on UNESCO’s World Heritage List. Besides, it has one of the biggest venues for ballets and concerts, the biggest Tsar Canon and a huge Tsar bell. You will go inside the main historical cathedrals where Russian tsars and emperors got crowned and married, individually prayed and finally buried. Walk along the Kremlin’s park, enjoy the stunning view of the city from the hill where the history of Moscow started in 1147 and take pictures of the helicopter pads of the Russian President.