We organize interesting excursions about histoty, art, architecture of Moscow. For us, Moscow is a multitude of layers, and each of them is a living story. Like a "matreshka", we discover our city with our guests. Open Moscow with us!
Mastermimd & guide
Journalist, traveller, lecturer of Moscow State University & "Synchronization" culture center, scientific investigator of the "House of Gogol" and head of the educational programs of the Museum of Andrey Rublev
Guide & Editor
Philologist, journalist, traveler, collaborator of a modern publishing house AST
Political scientist, English teacher, guide and great connoisseur of Moscow
Guide & Marketer
Social scientist, traveller, researcher, graduate of Philosophical Faculty, English teacher
I want to tell everyone how glad I am that there is this project and that I am familiar with it! It is really a great way to walk around the city and get to know it from another perspective. On the tour you can learn, see and hear something new and mind-blowing, you can think and feel something curious. The perfect combination of story, conversation and walk: smart jokes, valuable questions, meaningful ideas and just the opportunity to admire the city. Our whole company has a very good feeling after the tour.
Moscow is getting closer, more understandable, more interesting and dearer when you get to know it better. Two excursions helped me in this: about the genius of Russian modernism Fedor Shekhtel and about the Silver Age. They have much in common with each other and this creates a holistic, three-dimensional impression. The excursions that Maxim apparently develops himself have composition, there is a plot, there is a plot. This is not a simple string of facts and names that can tire even the most inquisitive. A fascinating journey through time and an impetus for self-reflection. Once again - many thanks! And see you soon. :)
Thanks for an extraordinaty tour of medieval Moscow. It inspired me with the lively and deep approach, we really felt a little like medieval inhabitants:)
The tour, indeed, for some time immersed us in the atmosphere of that time. The story caused our great interest, was fascinating and very emotional. I recommend this tour to my friends , as it is not only informative and helps to expand the "cultural horizon", but also gives you the opportunity to reflect, completely "plunge" into the mysterious world of the mysterious symbols of the given age
We went on a completely outstanding tour. A lot of unexpected courtyards with lurking mansions and chambers (!), some miraculously preserved masterpieces hidden from the view, a mixture of eras and styles, lilacs, chestnuts and birdhouses with rare birds for the city, every imaginable view of the Kremlin...Kirill tells stories, draws parallels - and does it with a great love for a particular place and the whole city, which, of course, makes the whole difference