You will have a scrumptious breakfast at the hotel followed by the check-out process. Later, you will get your transfer to the famous fortress, The Kremlin, and be awed by the long history of power that exudes from its buildings. Designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site, it is an excellent reflection of different stages of Russian art and politics dating from the medieval imperial age up to the Soviet Union. Rather than a single monument it is an enigmatic and rather eclectic selection of churches, palaces, squares, walls and towers offering an enormous array of decorative and applied arts. The best craftsmen and artists worked on its churches, cathedrals and palaces, leaving us priceless works. Impressive medieval walls and watch towers still encircle the area protecting the magnificent buildings within. Marvel at the superb churches and cathedrals with their gleaming gold domes. Be stunned by the immense beauty of the Great Kremlin Palace or the pretty Poteshny Palace. Admire the classical Senate building then head off to visit the intriguing Armoury. The Armoury Chamber displays a wide variety of items from the tsars/’ treasury, including ancient state regalia, ceremonial dress and the largest collection of gold and silver by Russian craftsmen. Spread out over nine halls on two floors, the Armoury is home to more than 4000 items of applied art of Russia, European and Eastern countries of the fourth to the early 20th centuries. On display are Russian gold and silverware, including works by Petersburg and Moscow masters and the famous Faberge eggs. You will see European and Oriental ceremonial weapons, guns crafted in Persia and Turkey and Russian arms dating back to the 12th century. Note: The Armoury is located within the Kremlin but requires a separate ticket. Admission is at four times each day.
Later you will be transferred to Moscow airport @ 1900 hrs approximately 3 hours prior to catch a flight.