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Moscow Bunker & Underground
Walking & Orientation using local transport, Food Visits, Local Life & Culture
- Admire the interior beauty of metro stations underneath the Russian capital
- Ride through the metro’s complex web of tunnels and tracks on this unique Moscow tour
- Explore a Russian military bunker 60 meters underground
- Learn about life in Cold War Russia
- Experience the effect of a nuclear bomb explosion
- Enjoy an authentic local snack in a Russian-style cafe
Head below ground to explore the Russian capital and discover its wealth of secrets on this exciting Moscow walking tour. Prepare to be amazed as you descend into the underground metro system, admiring its rich web of networks, which span every nook of the city, and where no expense was spared by the Soviet authorities who first built it. Some of the city’s most impressive artwork decorates the walls of the stations, and on this Moscow tour, we’ll show you the best bits of the city.
After an hour spent whizzing about under the city – discovering the history, art and design interspersed with this engineering marvel – head above ground to the centre of the city. Step out of the underground and into a little known military bunker, which even many longtime locals know nothing about. Built in the 1950s, this fascinating location was mainly used by the military for ministerial communication and security in the case of a nuclear bombing, and a hidden Moscow sightseeing gem.
Now a museum, stroll through the tunnels where up to 600 people worked and lived until the end of the Cold War. Learn about this moment in Russian history, and listen to stories about the fear of nuclear warfare that gripped the country during this period. Leave the tunnels behind and finish the tour on a high note, with a tea or coffee and some authentic, hand-made Russian pies and buns in a local café.
Children must be 6 years of age to 11 years inclusively. Children below the age of 6 are not permitted on this tour. Snack, gratuities for the local guide
Monument to Mayakovsky, outside the Mayakovskaya Metro Station
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How to book
- Press Book now, select dates and options
- Pay by credit card or PayPal
- Receive guide confirmation and voucher
The offer has to be booked at least 2 days in advance. Canceling and confirmation policy
Please contact Moscow Urban Adventures to confirm your tour 24 hours prior to departure. A child must be a least this age to participate in this trip: 5. The maximum age of a child on this trip before they have to pay adult price: 12.