Petit Futé's opinion on THE KREMLIN
The Kremlin district is hemmed between the first belt belt and the Moscow. In the west, the Kremlin's ochre walls leave outside only the golden bulbs of its churches, and the yellow chick facade of the Senate. On its north-east façade, outside the ramparts, it is bordered by Red Square, which in Russian means "beautiful place", without any connection with the colour of the bolshevism. Majestic and majestic, the Red Square serves as a backdrop at Lenin's mausoleum in the centre, the beautiful th century buildings of the Goum and the historic museum in the east and north. On both sides, the enchanting Saint Basil cathedral and the modest cathedral of Kazan. In the north of the Kremlin and Red Square, the Place du Manège is in full swing. Finally, the Theatre Square (Teatralnaya ploshchad) is the place of all the arts with its two most prestigious theatres, the Bolshoi (the big) and its brother the Maly (the small). In contrast, Hotel Metropol is trying to Compete with its beautiful Art deco façade.
Information on THE KREMLIN
The Kremlin is open for visits every day except Thursdays, from 9.30 am to 6 pm in summer and from 10 am to 5 pm in winter. The cash desks are located in the Aleksandrovskiy Garden, it is best to buy the extra tickets for the Armoury and the Diamond Foundation there to avoid queuing inside again. Allow half a day's visit. Access to the Kremlin and all the sites on Cathedral Square costs 700 RUB. Climbing to the top of the Ivan the Great bell tower costs 350 RUB. Access to the Palace of Armour costs RUB 1,000.
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