Vladimir is the majestic capital of Russia of the XII-XIII centuries. You will walk along the pedestrian Georgievskaya Street, see the ancient monuments of white-stone architecture and reveal the rich history of the city. And also learn the most interesting about its guests and famous residents! Individual excursion for 1-10 people Duration 1.5 hours Children Allow with children How it goes On foot Rating 4.83 on 6 reviews 800 rubles per person
What awaits you
The most-most in Vladimir You will see all the iconic sights of the city: the Golden Gate, the ancient Assumption and Dmitrievsky cathedrals and the red-stone buildings of the Duma, the Historical Museum and the maternity hospital of the provincial era. And I will tell you about the ancient Vladimir princes, the period of the Mongol-Tatar invasion and the icon painters who worked here - Andrei Rublev and his student Daniil Cherny
Vladimir secrets On the pedestrian Georgievskaya Street, you will decipher the main symbols of Vladimir, reveal the history of the Georgievskaya and Spasskaya churches and find out under what circumstances the first provincial pharmacy appeared in the very heart of the city. And also find out what kind of "Three Fools" were immortalized in the central square and whose monument was located on the site of the monument to Lenin.
- If you decide to explore museums and cathedrals from the inside, entrance tickets are paid additionally
- If desired, we can include in the excursion the Church of the Intercession on the Nerl and the palace of Andrei Bogolyubsky in the village of Bogolyubovo (20 minutes by bus). The surcharge will be 500 rubles per person.
The excursion starts at the Golden Gate stop. You will find out the exact meeting point immediately after booking.