This bus tour starts at Moscow’s renowned Bolotnaya Square for both the Red Line and the Green Line. If your time in Moscow is limited then hop-on the Red Line and we'll take you to 18 of the city's best attractions. If you want to spend more time exploring and have purchased the 48 hour ticket tour then you'll be able to hop off at all of the 27 amazing attractions on the Green Line. Go ahead and choose the tour that suits you!
- Access to 2 bus tour routes & 50 stops around Moscow. Create your own itinerary to explore the city.
- 1 day/2 days Unlimited Hop-on Hop-off bus tour with 360° panoramic views of Moscow's main sights.
- Audio-guide in 13 languages so you can learn all about Moscow's history and traditions.
- Choose to add the Boat Tour to the Bus Tour and enjoy panoramic views from the Moskva River.
- Add other options like the 48h Tour and get the most of your trip.
Map, Routes & Stops
- All Routes
- Red Route
- Green Route
Visit some of biggest art collections in Russia at the Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts at Bus Stop 3 or if you prefer being outside then hop-off at Bus Stop 7 and take a stroll around Alexander Garden. One must-see attraction is the Big Moskvoretsky bridge, a concrete arch-like structure which spans the Moscow River, connecting the Red Square and Bolshaya Ordynka Street of Zamoskvorechye. The bridge’s architect, Alexey Shchusev, chose pink granite as the facade to make the bridge look as if it were built in real rock.
If you're taking the Green Line, hop-off at Bus Stop 18 to visit the Moscow Book House at where you'll find books for every taste. Make sure you hop-off at the Red Square at Bus Stop 26 too, it's one of the most bursting, vibrant spaces in Moscow. If you want to enlighten yourself with some Russian history then visit the Moscow State Historical Museum nearby, you won't miss it's eye-catching red colour and grand architecture. As you can see, there is something for everyone! Get your ticket online today and start planning your dream trip to Moscow.
Know before you go
Boat Tour (60 minutes, from Tretyakovsky Pier), from 11:00 to 20:00:
The Moscow’s Vodootvodny canal was built in 1783-1786 along the central bend of the Moskva River near the Kremlin, with a length of 4 kilometres, width 30 - 50 meters. Together with the Moscow River forms the island Balchug. While traveling through the canal you will be able to see the stunning implementation of engineering: Maly Kamenny (Small Stone) bridge, the First and Second sluice bridges, Small Krasnokholmsky bridge, Zverev bridge, Commissariat bridge and Sadovnichesky bridge.
Along the Vodootvodny canal there are many interesting architectural monuments of the past: factory “Einem”, which later became the factory “Red October”, Pertsov’s commercial apartment building, facilities of the oldest hydro-electric power station in Moscow.
Sailing along Yakimanskaya embankment you will see the head of ce and the industrial buildings former textile factory Golutvino, on Prechistenskaya embankment - Association of manufactures Butikov and the building of the Technical school named after Ermakov. On Soyskaya embankment you’ll come across the wonderfully preserved bell tower of the Cathedral of St. Sophia the wisdom of God, along with the former “House of free apartments for widows” of fairy godfathers Bakhrushins brothers and many other interesting sights!
- Free Walking Tour, which covers all the main attractions in Moscow