Check-out from the hotel.
Cultural and educational program at the Mosfilm Museum.* (for an additional fee)
Grandiose in its size, the film studio is currently one of the largest in Europe. Whole cities were built here from decorations, so we will walk through the streets of Old Moscow and St. Petersburg. There are also many pavilions where Soviet and Russian films were shot, an apple orchard and a forest park.
This museum houses a wide variety of shooting equipment, such as a collection of retro cars that were produced back in 1913, old postal and royal carriages. You will be able to see with your own eyes the old Copenhagen, created from the scenery that was shot in the film by Eldar Ryazanov " Andersen. Life without love", see with your own eyes the props used in the legendary films "The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson", "Beware of the Car" and many others.
Visit to the unique museum "House of the Giant".*(for an additional fee)the fee)
"House of the Giant": Here you can feel like a midget, because you will see huge furniture that you can not climb without help, dishes and other items that fit to use giants, but not ordinary people. Neither children nor adults will be bored here. Inside, you can take unique photos and selfies that most people don't have.
Visit to the park "Kidzania"* ( for an additional fee).
"Kidzania" is an incredibly realistic children's country, where a child can master many professions, develop their talents, gain practical skills and knowledge about the world around them. The country is a huge Park with an area of 10,000 sq. m.
Today, guests of Kidzania can try more than 100 exciting professions. Children fly their own aircraft, create television shows, put out fires, conduct research in the laboratory, perform secret missions and perform on the stage of the theater.
Cultural and educational program in the Tsaritsyno Nature Reserve.*(for an additional fee)
Tsaritsyno Nature Reserve: At the moment it is a state historical, architectural, art and landscape museum-reserve, which is also called the Moscow Versailles. The first buildings in this area date back to the 16th century. At first, the Tsaritsyn lands belonged to the Godunov family, then several times passed from one nobleman to another, until the beauty of the architecture drew the attention of Catherine the Great, who immediately bought the land.
Visiting a Shopping Center on the way out of Moscow.
Departure to Minsk