November 11 (Friday)

Daytime (pick one):
1. Tour to Moskvarium (in Russian and English)

The aquarium with the total area of 12.000 square kilometers is home to 8.000 sea and freshwater creatures from all across the world. Moskvarium has a large collection of freshwater fish. Visitors get the unique opportunity to touch starfish, lobsters and stingrays in a special pool.
2. VDNKh. All Russia in One Exhibition. А walking tour including the Central Pavillion rooftop

There is a unique monument in Moscow, a symbol of the power of the Soviet regime, — All-Union People Economy Exhibition, or VDNKh. Opened in 1939, and renovated numerously under Stalin, Khruschev and today, it is considered a theme park of Russian history of the last century.
The tour takes you through the cetral part of the exhibition and finishes in the rooftop of the Central Pavillion.
Trip to the Yandex head office

November 15 (Tuesday)

Trip to the Mail.Ru Group head office

Sightseeing trip around nighttime Moscow (only in English)

Moscow becomes especially beautiful at nighttime: its captivating and colorful illumination of many objects presents the architectural ensemble of the city in a new guise. You will be able to visit main sights of Moscow on a comfortable bus, take a walk on the Tverskaya street and the Red Square, feast your eyes on the lights of night Moscow from the observation deck in the Sparrow Hills and take amazing pictures against the background of "Moscow-City".

November 19 (Saturday)

If you decide to stay in Moscow on November 19, then we will do our best to provide fascinating tours to you. Here are several options that we think you might find interesting:

1. Visit one of the real-life quests by the company Claustrophobia

Each quest is a unique story that you need to solve. Your goal is to get out of a room in the course of 60 minutes by using various handy devices that you find, combining them and solving all kinds of riddles. A quest is passed in a team composed of 2-4 persons; the cost per team is 4500-5000 rubles, depending on time.
2. Go to the Museum of Cosmonautics

Russians are very proud of their successes in the area of space exploration of the 20th century: first spacecrafts and satellites, exploration of planets and, of course, the flight of Yuri Gagarin. The Museum of Cosmonautics was reconstructed in 2009, it features examples of rocket and space technology, personal items of astronauts and engineers, and archive documents. The cost of one tour per group with up to 10 members is 3000 rubles + 300 rubles per person for an entrace pass.
3. After the tours, if the weather is good, we suggest to simply take a walk across main streets and parks of Moscow.

Our volunteers will help you plan out and organize your day-off, and order tickets in advance.