Kolomna Kremlin is a living history of a provincial merchant city, embodied in ancient streets, squares, churches, monasteries and cozy houses. Accessibly, vividly and excitingly, I will reveal his eight-century biography and help you to feel the inextricable connection of times! Individual excursion for 1-10 people Duration 1.5 hours Children Possible with children How it goes On foot Rating 5 by 28 reviews RUB 1600 per tour Price for 1-15 people, regardless of the number of participants
What awaits you
Kremlin through the centuries You will hear who and on whose orders built the impregnable fortress and why the Kolomna Kremlin is called the "younger brother" of the Moscow Kremlin. You will slightly open the veil of secrecy over the Marina tower and find out who dismantled 10 Kremlin towers, leaving only seven to the descendants as a keepsake. You will also stroll along the busy street named after the "Russian Walter Scott" and get acquainted with the history of two monasteries: Brusensky Assumption and Holy Trinity Novo-Golutvin
The main and oldest square of Kolomna The "Heart of the Kremlin" is the ancient Cathedral Square, the ensemble of which took shape over several centuries. You will hear what events took place on it and how it is connected with the names of Vasily III, Ivan the Terrible, Marina Mnishek, Catherine the Great and Matvey Kazakov. And also appreciate the impressive proportions of the Cathedral Bell Tower - the hipped belfry of 1692.
There are no additional costs for the excursion.
The beginning of the excursion on Lazhechnikova street. You will find out the exact meeting point immediately after booking.