Meet your activity leader: Sergey
Hello, my name is Sergey, I was born and raised in Moscow and I work as a tour guide since 2009.
For the last ten years I've changed dozens of jobs that helped me to get to know Moscow and its surroundings better than just a regular moscovite. I was working as a delivery man, as a journalist, photographer etc. I was studying Moscow villages and railways, old mansions, military objects and natural sights.
I am ready to share all this and much more with those curious newcomers who want to explore Moscow and Russia intense and from within.
What to expect
Journey around the city centre exploring the main sights along with hidden attractions. The general brief look over the Moscow history, modern life and challenges.
Today moscovites consider cycling as the best way to study up Moscow, as it gives an excellent chance to see plenty of sights in a short period of time. Our journey covers primarily Zamoskvorechie ("behind the Moscow-river") district. The main sights on the way are: dozen of medieval churches and side-streets, Tretyakov gallery (from outside only), Swamp square (medieval execution spot with a number of city sculptures), the Big Stone bridge and the Cremlin walls, Christ the Saviour cathedral and the Patriarch's bridge, the Muzeon park (a rich collection of Soviet sculpture gathered here after the collapse of Soviet Union). All this with dozens of legends and stories of "never old" Moscow.