Free sightseeing in Moscow

Free tourism is becoming one of the most requested in recent months, and although traveling to a city is still not free in terms of transport, there are many cities that offer multiple activities and access to places tourism for free, thanks to which the city receives many more visitors and even if you do not earn money with these tickets, the entire city and the businesses that are in it do win. One of the best options is free sightseeing in Moscow .

With a reputation as a very expensive city, Moscow has many places of interest with free entry, as well as many places where you can go without the need, or obligation, to spend money. To start the free visits in Moscow, go to Red Square , where in addition to discovering its spectacular architecture you can visit Lenin’s Tomb , a mausoleum that opens from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. every day except Monday and Friday, if you go in high season be patient because the queues are usually a bit long. Once you are in the square, also visit the Cathedral of Christ the Savior, the largest Orthodox temple in the world.

There are also several free museums in Moscow , such as the Gorky Museum, located in a beautiful building and which is dedicated to the Russian writer who gave it its name. In the Cathedral you can also visit its Museum, a gallery that is below the church. Finally, a most curious museum, the Doll Museum , where you can see a large number of Russian and European dolls, many of them over 300 years old. If you want a couple of places to spend a few hours in a relaxed way, and for free, visit the Kolomenskoye (former summer residence of the Tsars) or the Tsaritsino, one of the most beautiful parks in the city.