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I love Moscow, and I love sharing it with our many visitors. I may be small but my voice and passion are big :) My favorite part about giving tours of Moscow is having the opportunity to talk about and show Russian history and explain the Russian people. My biggest dream is to travel around the world. There're so many places to visit and so many people to meet. I hope I get a chance to see you on one of our amazing tours.
I was born and raised in Moscow, and this city still amazes and surprises me every single day. It is one of the most beautiful and diverse places in the world. I am passionate about the history of Moscow, its architecture and its citizens, and I am very happy to introduce it to people from all around the world. Apart from being in the Moscow Free Tour team I teach history and play football, I enjoy dancing bachata and listening to rock music, and I am writing a novel which has all the chances to become the new "War and peace".
My name is Irina, that in Greek language means “peace”. =) I was born in Moscow and do love my city. I see how the city is improving every year and I’m incredibly happy that I can give my own contribution to it being a part of the Moscow Free tour team! My insatiable interest to the city history, love of performing in public, energy and passion led me to the path of guiding. On my free time I dance boogie-woogie, read, walk around the city, do cycling and scating. =) Hope to see you soon on our tours!
Why am I a tour guide?! Because we are the happiest generation in history. We can travel all over the world and we can easily meet people from other continents. Especially during a free walking tour. Why am I doing it in Moscow?! It's one the most incredible cities in the world. You don't think so? Follow me, I'll show you!
I have graduated from department of political science of Higher School of Economics in 2014. I like to travel and really love to share my experience and knowledge with other people. It is very important for me to show Moscow as modern and open-minded city.
As a guide and art historian, I consider Moscow as a modern, dynamic city with many places of great historical interest. I love to share my passion for the city with guests from all over the world, to give them an inner view of things in this “Mecca” for tourists. The longer I work in the capacity of a tour guide, the better I love this.
We are very careful about our wall and love our city. We are glad that we were born here. With pleasure, we will share our sincere feelings for Moscow with you!
We want you to see the real Moscow on your journey and this is our philosophy.
Professionalism is our motto.
We believe that you can travel with a minimal budget and see everything as much as possible. That's why we are holding a Free Tour!
Airat Bagautdinov, program director of MFT talking about our company, the way we work and about the FREE TOUR concept.
There is no better way to explore a city than at street level, on foot, and with a guide who knows what they’re talking about. The trend of free walking tours is a phenomenon that has spread all over the world and is the perfect way to immerse yourself in a new city, and learn as you go.
"Can you really visit Moscow without having the roubles of Roman Abramovich? “You need the advice of a local. There are many places you can go where you get to see real people and pay real prices,” AiratBagautdinov, the owner of Moscow Free Tour tells me as we tour the city."
"They started Moscow Free Tour, which they offer every morning, taking in some of the best sites in town with a lively commentary… This quartet is part of new generation of young Russian entrepreneurs who making Moscow more tourist friendly in the process."
"The tours are full of banter in perfect English and delivered with an infectious enthusiasm that really piques your interest – nothing like the usual dour Russian customer service."
"WowLocal y Free Moscow Tour organizan esta primavera diferentes excursiones para descubrir la historia que esconden los principales lugares turísticos de la capital rusa. Con la llegada de la primavera la mejor opción ha sido un paseo en bicicleta por el parque más famoso de la ciudad."
"La plaza, los recuerdos de la revolución del 17, el cuerpo momificado de Lenin y café caliente en el Kamchatka, instancias del tour comunista por Moscú"