Dear guests,

Welcome to Moscow… and beyond!

We greet foreigners visiting the capital of Russia.

“Moscow…and beyond” is for those tourists who look for accurate and truthful information about a city. We offer interesting private tours with an inspired guide.

We try to make Moscow accessible and offer affordable prices.

We also recommend you to visit Art/Events page, where we publish posts on the Russian art and interesting events in Moscow.

Please don’t hesitate to ask questions (Contact page). We are always at your disposal!

Walking Tour in 5 steps

  1. Find schedule on our website – the tour usually takes place 2 times a week.
  2. Go to the meeting point – it is always Kamergersky lane, near Chekhov statue (the plan is available on Walking Tour page).
  3. Find our guide, he or she will hold a bag or a folder with “Moscow…and beyond” logo.
  4. Pay for your tour in cash.
  5. Enjoy your tour!

Private Tours in 5 steps

  1. Think about which sights you would like to see in Moscow or chose one of our options (check Private Tours page).
  2. Contact us by any possible means to book your tour.
  3. Name the place where you want to meet with the guide, it can be your hotel/hostel or any other place.
  4. Pay for the tour in cash.
  5. Enjoy your tour!

Recent Posts

Museums of Moscow open their doors again!

Featured image – Alexandre Benois, King’s Walk, 1906 The state museums of Moscow are ready to recieve visitors after break caused by anti-COVID-19 restrictions. Museums were claused since November, 15 and were supposed to reopen on January, 16. However, the Mayor of Moscow Sergey Sobyanin decided to wait another week to be sure that the … Continue reading Museums of Moscow open their doors again!

Art A-Z: F – Filonov Pavel

Pavel Nikolaevich Filonov (1883, Saint-Petersburg – 1941, Leningrad) – painter, illustrator, theoretic of art. In 1897, Filonov moved to Saint-Petersburg where he studied painting in several places. He travelled to Jerusalem and Constantinople, in 1912 he studied classical art in France and Italy. Shortly he became one of leaders of Russian avant-garde. In 1916-1918, Filonov … Continue reading Art A-Z: F – Filonov Pavel

Art A-Z: D – Dobuzhinsky Mstislav

Mstislav Valerianovich Dobuzhinsky (1875, Novgorod – 1957, New-York) – painter, illustrator, decorator. Graduated from the Faculty of Law of the Saint-Petersburg University (1895-1899). Attended Painting School of Peredvizhniki, continued studies at Azbe’s and Holloshi’s workshops in Munich. Collaborated with satirical reviews. In 1902, Dobuzhinsky became a member of Mir Iskusstva (World of Art) fellowship, where … Continue reading Art A-Z: D – Dobuzhinsky Mstislav

Art A-Z: B – Bilibin Ivan

Ivan Yakovlevich Bilibin (1876, Tarkhovka – 1942, Leningrad) – painter, illustrator, theatre decorator. Studied at the Law Faculty of the Saint-Petersburg University (1896 – 1900), and simultaneously at the Painting School of Peredvizhniki (1895 – 1898). Besides, Bilibin passed courses at Azbe’s studio in Munich, at┬áRepin’s workshop in Tenisheva’s school and at the Academy of … Continue reading Art A-Z: B – Bilibin Ivan

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