Moscow's metro stations are famous for their cultural value apart from sheer functionality. During 30-50 minute guided tour, you’ll visit the best Moscow Metro stations of the Soviet period that were designed and built in 1934-1960 by outstanding architects and engineers and you’ll have a possibility to compare different architectural styles and the beauty of the underground.
After the city stroll, go for a visit to the State Tretyakov Art Gallery. This is one of the largest art galleries in Russia, famous for mostly classical Russian art – old Russian paintings including icons, sculptures, minor and applied arts, Russian graphics. Once the collection was private and belonged to a great connoisseur of Russian art, Paul Tretyakov who left his collection to the city of Moscow when there was no more space for the paintings in his house. You’ll see the masterpieces by Vasnetsov, Repin, Ivanov, Serov, Brulov together with the pre-Mongolian icons and the world-famous “Trinity” by A.Rublev in the main building of the gallery which is a masterpiece in a Russian authentic architectural style itself. You’ll be impressed by the uniqueness of Russian art.