A New Year’s program of excursions has been launched in the capital.

Photo by M. Mishin. Press Service of the Mayor and the Government of Moscow

Children from the Far East, the Urals and Siberia were the first to take part in bus tours around the New Year’s Russian capital. They are organized for children whose parents are involved in a special military operation. Together with the children who came from other regions, their relatives will be able to get acquainted with the sights of Moscow.

Families from Magadan, Salekhard and Anadyr have opened the Winter Tale tourism program, which is organized for children whose parents are involved in a special military operation. The program of excursions includes a trip along the central streets decorated for the New Year. Young guests of the capital and their relatives saw the Kremlin, Zaryadye Park, the Polytechnic Museum, the main building of the Moscow State University named after M.V. Lomonosov and many other sights of the Russian capital. With the history of Moscow and its main tourist sites, the children were told by professional guides who accompany tourists during walking tours in the center of Moscow. The program also includes a visit to the Museum of Moscow, the Cosmonautics and Aviation Center and the historical park “Russia – My History” at VDNKh, the Izmailovsky Kremlin and participation in a festive performance at the Mayor’s Christmas tree, according to the website of the city government.

It is planned that by December 27, 2.8 thousand people will become guests of the Winter Tale in Moscow – 1.4 thousand children and adult family members accompanying them.

Formerly online edition “Teacher’s newspaper” reportedthat Santa Clauses from 14 regions of our country will come to Moscow on January 5 as part of the Journey to Christmas festival. Within three days, residents and guests of the capital will be able to see them in parks, subway cars and even on the Ferris wheel at VDNKh. And in the Kuban will appear new tourist route “Journey to Science: Sochi”. It is worth saying that 80% of parents want to add to the school curriculum career guidance travel.