Day 2: The Kremlin
After a good breakfast we were ready for a city walk. We toke the Metro to the Kremlin, from where we walked the few meters to the Puschkin Theater. No question, that white building with its big pillars is really stunning. Afterward we were heading to the red square. Unfortunately more than half of the red square was barred and a big stands were blocking the nice view on the Kremlin.
Finally it was time to visit the main attraction of Moscow, the Kremlin. And to be honest, it was a little bit of a challenge to get in the Kremlin. Our guide book mentioned it not with a single word that there is a main entrance at the Alexanders Park. So we were struggling around for more than an hour until we found the gate. But it wasn’t done yet, we had to buy a ticket for the Kremlin. Thanks god the ticked office was close by and easy to find. Now the Kremlin inside has some very nice churches and it was great to have a walk around.
The last attraction of that day was the Arbat, a nice road with street cafes and a wide range of different street artists. We enjoyed the flair and had a relaxing café and cake with some doves at the Starbucks.