Your tour guide will pick you up from your place of stay and you will head to the closest metro station. Once inside the metro, your tour will begin with Novokuznetskay station. Then continue to Mayakovskaya, a perfect example of futurist architecture and one of the most beautiful metro stations in the world.
Further, visit the various stations that span across the Koltsevay line and include Belorusskaya, Novoslobodskaya, Prospekt Mira and Komsomolskaya. Each of these stations have a special story that range from architectural marvels to World War II mysteries.
Afterwards, visit Ploshchad Revolyutsii (Revolution Square), one of the most famous stations in the Moscow Metro. You will be surrounded by statues made from black Armenian marble that symbolize the different people of the Soviet Union, ranging from farmers and soldiers to aviators and writers.
After Revolution Square head toward Arbatskaya and Kievskaya stations. The Kievskaya station was built and named to symbolize the unity between Ukrainian and Russian people. A commonly held belief in the Soviet Union was that Ukrainians and Russians are “brotherly” people.
If at this point in your tour you would still like to visit other metro stations, your guide will gladly take you there and answer any questions that you might have.