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BANKS (born 15 June 1988) aka Jillian Rose Banks is an up and coming R&B singer-songwriter hailing from California, US.
Music has often been used as a form of therapy and release, something Banks is more than an advocate for. At the age of 15 she was presented with keyboard as her parents were in the middle of divorce. Teaching herself to play she would find herself locked away in her room writing and recording tracks onto a Dictaphone inspired by artists like Tracey Chapman, Lauryn Hill and Fiona Apple. The result would be very raw and gritty personal lyrics which were very telling of her mind set and feelings.
Going to university, Banks embarked on a degree in Psychology instead of pursuing a career in music. With terrible stage fright she would occasionally perform at open mic nights with her back to the audience, encouraged by her friend Lily Collins (son of Phil). During her studies Lily sent some of Banks’ demos to Katy Perry’s tour DJ Yung Skeeter who was incredibly impressed by her talent that he offered to manage her which would lead to her signing with the label Good Years Recording in 2013.
Her first official single “Before I Ever Met You” streamed on Soundcloud racking up over 218,000 plays and it wasn’t long before it caught the attention of Radio 1 DJ Zane Lowe and released in February 2013. The following month her debut EP “Fall Over” hit the interweb as a digital release and soon the buzz surrounded this exciting new talent. Banks became hotly tipped by many music publications as an act to watch out for in 2014 featuring in BBC, MTV and Spotify polls.
Joining The Weeknd on a support slot for his US and UK tour in the autumn of 2013 saw Banks garner unprecedented popularity as audiences fell in love with her intimate, revealing and vulnerable lyrics coupled with her incredibly soulful and distinctive vocals.
Banks’ debut album “Goddess” released on 5 September 2014 landed respectably in the top 20 album charts in seven countries as it received critical acclaim, filled with dark and gloomy synths and enchanting qualities.
Most artists revel social media, but Banks shies away from it and instead maintains a very intimate relationship with her fans by posting her personal mobile number giving her fans access to the person beneath the artist.
I've seen quite a few acts during their debuts on the music scene and then later on when they've matured into their crafts. None excite me more than Banks. For her first UK tour and a small venue, she had the whole place encapsulated. Birmingham crowds can be tough nuts to crack but she was onto a winner with a flawless vocal performance, superb crowd interactions and a well traversed set list of songs. Quite simply she left the audience wanting more and without even a debut album to back up this concert, I can’t wait to see what the future brings.
Banks’ music is a mix of current electronic beats with impressive lyrics and vocals swerving around serene harmonies. Banks debuted the track 'Goddess' which was as well received as existing material taken from her London EP. Banks, first name Jillian, performs with vivacity and appreciates music to its core and you will gleam that from her performances. I’ve never known an artist publish their personal number on their Facebook page before, this is a testament for her obvious desire to perform for her fans. An exciting act and definitely one to check out in the future, hopefully she will come back from LA to perform in England again soon.
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I won tickets to Banks, never having listened to her before. I had had friends tell me about her, but I had never gotten around to actually listening to her debut album, Goddess. Before the show started, a security guard near us was talking about how she demanded professional pictures only be taken on her left side and that she would walk off stage if they photographed from her right. Honestly, after hearing that, I expected her to come off as somewhat of a diva on stage and not interact much with the crowd. However, by the second song, I had forgotten about that completely. She looked like a porcelain doll as she swayed on stage, and looked a bit nervous at the beginning. However, she warmed up pretty quickly and her personality really came through when she performed. She was graceful, elegant, sweet, and I actually thought she was lip-syncing at one point by the perfection of her voice. (She wasn't) Overall, the concert was amazing and I am definitely a fan now. She did a great job of interacting with the crowd and her overall performance was one of the best.
This was my third time seeing BANKS in LA in 2014, and it was honestly amazing! She was really sentimental since LA is her hometown and it was the GODDESS tour. She played every single song with her soul. And when she played "Goddess," this amazing energy flew around the Wiltern. She also played "Fall Over" demonstrating her piano skills. She loves to interact with the crowd all the way in the front. And she would tell the crowd to sing along and dance as well. She finished with "Stick" which made everyone dance. I love you BANKS, you're the best.
Such an amazing show!! The openers were so good! Lemon and Kevin Garrett really killed it! And Banks.... Ugh let me tell you, it was so good that I literally levitated. Ascended in another dimension. Exorcism after exorcism, girl it was beautiful. I cried, yelled, laughed... I’m just so glad that I was able to witness an incredible artist perform its art and be apart of this experience. PERIODT.
BANKS fulfilled my very high expectations, sang beautifully, awesome stage presence, great sound and lots of (borderline saccharine) love for London and her audience. Highlights were a rendition of Fall Over in a very different style to the album and finishing the main part of the show with a huge rendition of Begging For Thread. Remember to stick around for the encore.
Venue sucked, paid extra for early entrance and got in at regular door opening time, super disorganized. Drunk bartenders. No bueno.
Actual show was great. She was awesome. Opener was awesome. Lighting and sound was very good. Banks was on fire and her set was perfectly chosen with the song mix. I had such a good time, loved the dancers too!
BANKS made the whole experience memorable, the overall performance was phenomenal it will probably stay embedded in my brain for the rest of my life! I loved the whole show! I heard and saw the passion she was expressing which is what I love! I will definitely be seeing her again no doubt! Thank you again for the great performance!
I've been lucky enough to see Banks every time she has played in London.
It has been a priviledge to see her grow as a performer and artist.
First time she seemed shy and a little fragile, last night she was a goddess totally sure of her art and talent and in total command of HER stage.
A wonderful night, thank you.
BANKS was great live. I loved the energy. Everyone singing along and truly enjoying their time. Luckly I was surrounded by some very nice individuals. Her opening band "the Movement" was a such a great choice. Overall it was a very enjoyable show. Recommend for anyone who loves BANKS as much as I do.
I love Banks. Obsessed rather. I've been to 4 of her shows already. And 2 were in a row! She does a great performance each time but tonight seemed a bit lacking. I'm not sure if she was sick but it felt like she didn't give it her all this time. Still I love her music with all my heart.
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Banks Finds Her Way Back From the Darkness
By Liam Hess
At the beginning of 2020, Jillian Banks—better known simply as Banks—was coming off the back of a sold-out tour for her third album, III, which earned her both the best reviews and the highest chart placements of her career. It’s easy to imagine that she was riding high; but between a series of ongoing health issues, a grueling tour, and a traumatic breakup, Banks was burnt out. And inevitably, as soon as the first lockdowns began, she simply crashed.
“I was exhausted, and depressed, and I had my first anxiety attack,” Banks recalls. “My sister used to have them, and I would think to myself, It’s just anxiety—you’re not actually going to die. But, no. You really feel like you are. I cracked through the bottom, but I think I needed to go there. It was a huge wake-up call for me. I realized that I needed to interact with my life differently to get the most joy out of it and enjoy the things that I’ve been blessed with and accomplished,” she says with an audible sigh. “The tour for my last album was the most brutal tour I’ve ever gone through and it was mainly because of the pressure I put on myself.”
Among those pressures was a spine fracture suffered three months before the tour, which involved extensive choreography. Banks would bring a mattress to the rehearsal studio so that she could lie down while her band practiced, and underwent both regular steroid epidurals and intense physical therapy. “My management said we could postpone and I was like, ‘No, we can’t,’” she says. Around the same time, she was diagnosed with the autoimmune disorder Hashimoto’s disease, and had to take steroid shots just to get her vocal cords through a performance.
It’s no wonder, then, that by the time the pandemic arrived, her body shut down. “My autoimmune stuff was flared up, my back was messed up, my body was overtired, my adrenals were messed up,” she says. “I actually kind of hit a really dark place, but it was a place that I needed to go through to really confront some things. The big demons in my head that take away joy in my life.” Not by coincidence, these demons directly influenced the lead single of Banks’s new single, “The Devil,” released today alongside a gloriously theatrical video. Instead of referencing what drove her to her lowest point, the titular devil reflects her newfound sense of control. “In order to overcome those demons, you have to be stronger than a demon,” she explains. “What’s stronger than a demon? A devil. I couldn’t be some kind, sweet, polite person to get over the certain things that I needed to get over. You have to be a devil.”
Inspired by the gaudy, surrealist visuals of Francis Ford Coppola’s Dracula and the kitschy, body horror delights of Robert Zemeckis’s Death Becomes Her, the video marks a playful new direction for Banks. (In something of a clue to where she was headed, Banks posted an image in February of Isabella Rossellini as the glamorous, red-lipped socialite offering a mysterious elixir of youth in the latter film.) Playing a femme fatale in thigh-high, blood-red PVC boots and a slinky knit dress with a cut-out detail, Banks lures a lover by biting the rose she offers him and spitting blood. They drive in a sports car before she hisses with a forked tongue, dances with her harem of witchy sisters in a desert and a dive bar, and eventually forces her lover into a Perspex box and seals him in.
“We wanted it campy in the best way possible,” says Banks. “When I was talking with Jenna Marsh, who directed it with me, we kept coming back to that word. I just wanted to have fun and play a character. There is strength in feeling comfortable enough to find the humor in it, that you can take the piss out of yourself a bit. I’m in a really good place right now in general, so it felt like an empowering first introduction back.”
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Where her previous projects saw her work with the cream of electronic and alternative pop, from Hudson Mohawke to Lil Silva to Shlohmo, Banks chose a different tack for her next album, which is set to arrive later this year. Taking the time during lockdown to master the production software Ableton, she coproduced it with an unusually slimmed-down list of associates. “It almost feels like learning how to write a song all over again,” she says of claiming near-total control of the production process. “Every little thing you learn feels like a new world opening up. And ironically after learning more and more about production, I’m almost more into my raw voice than I’ve ever been before. My animal self is free in this album. It’s me at my core.”
While details of the album remain under lock and key for now, Banks is more than ready to hit the road again. “I’m so excited; I really miss touring,” she says. “I’m going to be playing the piano a lot more, but there’s also going to be a lot of movement. I’ve been training with this choreographer I love, Todd Williamson. The world is my oyster!” Is she worried at all about putting herself through that demanding process again? “I’m not in that place now,” she says, firmly. “I’m not even worried about it. I love performing and touring. You have to learn so much along the way in this business; it’s like the Wild West. You don’t know until you mess up and you’ve made the mistake, and then you have to pick yourself up and keep going.”
It’s partly for that reason that the record marks Banks’s first release as an independent artist. After the tribulations of the past few years, taking back the reins was a decision that only felt natural. “I’ve never felt so independent in my life,” she says. “I’ve never felt so at peace with myself and in the flow of who I am and what I want. Ironically, that’s when you draw the right people to you, and I’ve also happened to fall in love with a wonderful person. But I own my masters now. I have control over every aspect of my career. I choose every photographer I work with, I choose when I want my music to come out, I choose what comes out first. I’m just trusting myself more than ever—trusting my gut.”
It’s this sense of fierce autonomy and reliance on instinct that she hopes fans will take away from “The Devil”—and the eclectic lineup of songs still to come from the album. “The last year and a half has at times made everyone feel so powerless, and I hope that when people hear this song they feel the opposite, sexy and powerful,” she concludes. Maybe we could all do with getting in touch with our inner devil from time to time? Banks certainly makes it sound like a lot of fun.
The First Time: Banks
By Claire Shaffer
Jillian Banks , better known simply Banks, released III , in July and to help support her latest album, the singer-songwriter visited Rolling Stone to chat about her first experiences: her first time writing a song, her first time seeing her musical impact, and her first time going on tour, among others.
“I think it was in London at Notting Hill Arts Club,” she said of her first time performing live. “I had such bad stage fright when I first started. I couldn’t face the audience. I would turn to the back, and everyone would be like, ‘Turn around!’ And I’d be like, ‘No…'”
Banks also talked about her experiences with writing poetry, and how it led to her interest in crafting songs and sonic peculiarities. “When I write a sentence that has a certain flow to it, it almost sounds like a riddle. Like in [my song] ‘The Fall’: ‘Still tripping to slip in your own dirty fingers to dip in the chicken now.’ I like how it kind of sounds like a tongue twister. I like that type of stuff, and I always have, even when I was younger. I’ve been interested in how, sonically, words come out.”
III marks Banks’ first album since 2016’s The Altar and her third LP in total. Banks is currently on a lengthy North American tour that opens September 3rd in Toronto and concludes October 19th in Miami.
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Banks Was Rising to the Top When She Disappeared. Here’s Why
Two years ago, Banks suddenly retreated from her flourishing career. Now she's emerging with her most confident album to date -- and finally feels at peace.
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In the artwork for the single “Gimme,” Banks ’ first solo release since 2017, the synth-pop singer gazes into the distance as she clutches her bare breast, which is just out of frame. The provocative image, which inspired the cheeky #TitsOutForBanks Twitter campaign among her dedicated fans, mirrors the directness of the song: “You can call me that bitch,” growls Banks in the first verse. The artwork was a move she now calls “a little bit risky.” But after being out of the spotlight for two years — during which the dark, alt-pop aesthetic that she, Lorde and Halsey helped popularize exploded even further into the mainstream through the likes of Billie Eilish — a risk was exactly what Banks, 30, needed to take. The new single, she says from her Los Angeles home in the hills, “slaps you in the face. It’s a part of my personality that is fearless — I wanted to come back with that.”
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Born Jillian Rose Banks, the Orange County, Calif., native started writing songs at 15, though it wasn’t until she had graduated from the University of Southern California with a degree in psychology that she started posting tracks on SoundCloud, including “Before I Ever Met You,” which she uploaded in February 2013. With the help of DJ Yung Skeeter, who connected with Banks in college and offered to manage her, the song made its way to Zane Lowe, then at BBC Radio 1. The following month, Banks landed a record deal with London-based label Good Years Recordings, and six months later she signed stateside with Harvest Records. Her 2014 debut full-length, Goddess , hit No. 12 on the Billboard 200 , led by the electro-pop single “Beggin for Thread,” which peaked at No. 11 on the Alternative chart. The album’s 2016 follow-up, The Altar , also entered the Billboard 200’s top 20. She has since garnered 513 million on-demand streams in the United States, according to Nielsen Music; landed synchs on shows like Girls and Power ; collaborated with 6LACK ; and, on her last tour, booked 3,000-capacity venues.
But years of nonstop promoting and touring left her feeling rootless, and Banks was ready for a timeout. Since graduating in 2010, she had put all her time and energy into getting her career off the ground. And once it did, maintaining a rapid-fire pace was a necessity. But as a result, Banks never had the chance to process her trajectory. As she approached 30, she realized she needed to carve out time for herself. “It was very necessary,” she says of her break. “I never really had time to digest how much my life had changed. I needed to rediscover how to live in one place, reestablish a nesting place and be a little more grounded. I purposely told my management, ‘I don’t want to leave for at least a year.’”
She didn’t. Free from touring, she wrote nonstop; the results make up her third album, III , out in July on Harvest. Hunkering down in L.A.’s Westlake Recording Studios, she gathered an intimate circle of collaborators, including Buddy Ross ( Frank Ocean ’s music director), BJ Burton ( Bon Iver , Francis & The Lights ) and Hudson Mohawke ( Kanye West , Drake ). And though she says she’s usually possessive of lyrics and melodies, she opened the door to songwriters she had never worked with before: Trey Campbell ( Ella Mai , Bebe Rexha ) and Kevin Garrett ( Beyoncé ). She kept things tightknit outside the studio as well, working for the first time entirely in-house with Capitol Music Group.
Starting with the bite of lead single “Gimme,” the songs on III are more fiery than ever, with lyrics about desire and pain sung over driving bass. Banks nearly named the album Eros , after the Greek god of love — which would have fallen in line with her other divinely inspired album titles — but felt the word wasn’t strong enough to encompass the breadth of what she had written about. Her new album, she says, covers a richer chapter in her life, and the number three, with its definitive simplicity, more effectively conveys a beginning, middle and end. “I was going through a major growth spurt when I made this album,” she says, including moving on from a breakup. She now describes herself as a “wise woman” instead of a “naive girl.” Rather than giving in to bitter or jaded lyrics, she tapped into the early assurance heard on the Altar track “Fuck With Myself” and her 2017 one-off “Underdog.” On III ’s closing track, she replaces her lost love with a new one: Her 4-year-old niece’s voice saying “I love you” fills the album’s last few seconds.
On Banks’ last tour she introduced movement into her sets, which featured elaborate goth-inspired costumes and veiled backup dancers. When it comes time to hit the road again, she promises her delivery will be even “bigger and better” than before — largely because, she says, she kept in mind how new songs would translate live while making them in the studio.
But until then, she’s entirely content to stay put in her “quiet little retreat” of a home a while longer. She’s far removed from the always-on-the-go Banks who in 2013 was eager to jump-start her career, and she couldn’t be happier about it. “I’m in a very peaceful place,” she says now. “What a relief.”
BEHIND THE GLASS This trio of producers and engineers helped Banks’ new album across the finish line
Hometown: Raleigh, N.C. Résumé: Burton has credits as a co-writer, producer, engineer and/or mixer on albums like Lizzo ’s Big Grrrl Small World (2015), Francis & The Lights’ Farewell, Starlite! (2016) and Bon Iver’s 22, A Million (2016). Biggest Hot 100 Hit: Eminem ‘s “Fall,” which peaked at No. 12 on Sept. 15, 2018 Keeping Up With BJ : Francis & The Lights’ “Morning” became the theme song of Keeping Up With the Kardashians in 2017.
Hometown: Kelso, Wash. Résumé: He has toured as Frank Ocean’s keyboardist since 2012 and later became his music director. Recently he worked as a recording and mixing engineer on Vampire Weekend ’s Father of the Bride . Biggest Hot 100 Hit: Ocean’s “Nights,” which reached No. 98 on Sept. 10, 2016 Political Past: Ross’ instrumental “Scorpio” soundtracked Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign video.
Hometown: Glasgow Résumé: Since signing to Kanye West ’s G.O.O.D. Music production team in 2012, Mohawke most notably worked on four tracks for West’s The Life of Pablo and “Maria” on Christina Aguilera ’s Liberation . Biggest Hot 100 Hit: West’s “Waves,” which reached No. 71 on April 23, 2016 Political Past: Mohawke shared a snap of “Old Town Road” rapper Lil Nas X in his studio earlier in May.
This article originally appeared in the May 25 issue of Billboard.
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BANKS’ The Goddess Tour Hits Seattle This Fall
If you aren’t quite sure who this BANKS person is yet, let us introduce you to this soul capturing artist. Jillian Banks, most commonly known as BANKS, is a self-taught singer and songwriter who took the pain of her parents’ divorce and turned it into something inspiring.
You don’t have the tools at that age  to really know how to work things out in your own head. I felt very alone and helpless. I didn’t know how to express what I was feeling or who to talk to. Then somebody gave me this toy keyboard as a gift. – BBC News
The toy keyboard “wasn’t a really high quality one” but it was the beginning of something that would bring joy to listeners of all ages.
BANKS slips in and out of genres with an ease so effortless, it once again serves as a reminder to leave your tags behind. Hip-hop, Pop, R&B, Alternative, Electronic… they all live in this very place. And she can be any or all. Or none. A singer. A poet. A pianist. A narrator. An artist.
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Moscow Vibes – Three Day City Escape
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This short Moscow tour will give you a true taste of the history, culture and incomparable urban vibe that define one of the world’s largest metropolises. In just three days, this Moscow itinerary takes in all the most iconic sights of this attraction-packed destination. After two and half days getting acquainted with the city, we’ve set time aside for you to explore Moscow your way and discover your own favourite hang-outs in a city overflowing with hidden treasures
3-Day Moscow Tour Highlights:
- Panoramic Tour of Moscow: See Moscow beyond the postcard images on a private excursion by car through the city streets including a drive along the banks of the Moskva River. Visit the famous Bolshoi Theatre, pass by Gorky Park and the Novodevichy Convent, and admire the city from on high at the Sparrow Hill observation platform.
- Moscow Historical City Centre Guided Walking Tour : Immerse yourself in the atmosphere of one of the world’s biggest metropolises and discover local haunts on foot, including the Red Square, the Kremlin and the multi-coloured domes of St Basil’s Cathedral.
- Armory Chamber tour: Explore the endless treasures of this unique museum, displaying the wealth accumulated by Russian rulers from the 12th century until the October Revolution of 1917. Walking through the exhibition halls is a journey through the centuries.
- Moscow Metro Tour : Go deep underground on a subway tour of the famous Moscow metro. The world’s deepest metro system is renowned for its palatial, art-adorned stations, complete with marble columns and chandeliers.
On your first day, you’ll be treated to a panoramic, drive-by tour of Moscow to get a feel for the immense scale of one of the world’s most rapidly developing urban centres. The city’s history unfolds in real-time as you pass lavish imperial mansions, solemn Soviet structures and luxurious modern shopping centres.
Day two kicks off exploring Moscow’s historic centre on foot, followed by a tour of the Kremlin, the seat of Russian power and political intrigue for centuries. Stand in the Red Square, surrounded by the stunning architecture as you hear stories of the people and events behind many of Moscow’s most iconic landmarks.
On your final day, we’ll head beneath the city for a tour of the Moscow Metro and its famously ornate underground stations. Art lovers should hit up one of Moscow’s many world-class galleries such as the Tretyakov State Gallery, the Pushkin Museum or Garage, Moscow’s cutting-edge contemporary art museum. History fans can follow a Soviet trail through the city including Stalin’s Bunker, while those seeking a more indulgent experience can browse trendy neighbourhoods like Kitay Gorod or shop for everything from fashion to kitsch souvenirs at the enchanting Izmaylovo Flea Market. Foodies can head to one of the countless speciality stores sampling vodka, caviar and chocolate.
If you only have a few days to spend in Moscow, this tour will ensure you make the most of your time in the city. Let the experts navigate you through this complex and occasionally overwhelming capital, giving you plenty of time to soak up the city’s most unmissable attractions.
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Day 1 Panoramic city tour
Welcome to the glorious capital of Russia, Moscow! You’ll be met by your driver at the airport and taken to your centrally located hotel.
After check-in and rest, meet your private guide at the hotel lobby for a comprehensive tour of Moscow by car. Visit the starkly contrasting Theatre Square to see the stunning Bolshoi Theatre, pass Tverskaya Street, the city’s main boulevard and home to the landmark Yeleseyevskiy Grocery Store.
You’ll enjoy a panoramic drive along the Moskva River, where a huge, controversial state of Peter the Great was erected. Pass by the legendary Gorky Park and the White House before a stop at the architecturally stunning Novodevichy Convent, and the observation platform at Sparrow Hills, for a bird’s eye view over this staggering megalopolis.
Day 2 Red Square and Kremlin
After breakfast at the hotel, your guide will take you on a walking tour of the historical city centre. Stroll through the Red Square, the hub of cultural life in Moscow, with its elaborate ‘stone flower’ fountain and fantasy-like St Basil’s Cathedral – a postcard-perfect symbol of the nation. Admire the grandiose façade of GUM, the city’s most luxurious shopping centre, and visit Alexander’s Garden, with its eternal flame and the chance to watch a changing of the guards.
Break for lunch before continuing on a tour of the Kremlin and Armoury Chamber, famous of its collection of tsarist fashion, with regalia such as jewel-encrusted crowns, orbs and sceptres as well as arms and armour, exotic gifts from the leaders of faraway lands, and an illustrious case of Imperial Faberge eggs.
As an option* spend an evening on a sumptuous dinner cruise, taking in the stunning sights and city lights of this mesmerising metropolis by night.
Day 3 Metro and Arbat Street
Start a day with a tour of Metro, stopping on the way to marvel at some of the most elaborately decorated stations of the world-famous Moscow subway system. Take a stroll along Old Arbat street - the most famous street in Moscow. Through the centuries Arbat used to be one of the most bohemian places in Moscow. Today Arbat is a promenade full of small cozy cafes and street life.
The afternoon is free for you to either enjoy the rest of the day on your own or choose among optional excursions to explore more of Moscow. Visit the Tretyakov Gallery or Pushkin State Museum to admire Russian art. Join locals for a stroll at the Gorky or VDNH park.
Visit beautiful Kolomeskoye Estate or Izmailovo Kremlin, or spend a day exploring the beautiful city of the Golden Ring (Russian province) - Sergiev Posad. In the evening you will be transferred to the airport for your departure to your next destination.
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17 Best Moscow Tours
Are you planning a visit to the capital of Russia and looking for the best Moscow tours? From Red Square to the Kremlin and from world-class art to fairytale buildings, Moscow is an enchanting city that offers plenty of excitement and elegance. Its history dates back more than 800 years, and there is culture in abundance for visitors to immerse themselves in.
Make the most of your visit with 17 of the best Moscow tours that let you see everything the city and its surroundings have to offer.
1 – Guided Tour of the Moscow Metro
Moscow’s metro is world-famous, thanks to the architectural delights on offer underground stations around the capital. This guided tour of the Moscow stations, otherwise known as “the palace of the people” lasts for 1.5 hours and includes an English-speaking guide who will tell you how the Russian metro became one of the most beautiful in the world. Highlights include Mayakovskaya station with its aviation-themed mosaics.
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2 – Cosmonautics Museum Space Tour
Discover Cosmonautics Museum with this space tour. Dive into one of the greatest battles between the Soviet Union and the United States – the space race. Hear about the space programs of the USSR and learn about how the USSR shaped space travel and technology.
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3 – Guided Tour of the Kremlin
A Kremlin is actually a citadel in Russian towns, and Moscow’s version is, without doubt, the most famous. The Kremlin is the heartbeat of the city, and this guided tour takes you to the most important points of interest. See Cathedral Square with its orthodox temples; Tzar Cannon with its 890mm calibre, which is the largest in the world; and the exterior of the all-important government buildings that are located within the Kremlin’s walls.
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4 – Moscow City Walking Tour
One of the best Moscow tours for seeing everything the city has to offer, this small-group walking tour lasts for 2 hours and includes an expert guide. Make the most of the capital and see the cobbled spaces of Red Square, take pictures of St Basil’s Cathedral, visit the elegant Bolshoi Theatre, and enjoy the ornamental Alexandrovsky Garden.
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5 – Night Tour of Moscow
When the sun sets, the fun begins – and it all starts with a night tour of Russia’s most famous city. The beauty of Moscow comes into full effect after hours, as iconic buildings like St Basil’s Cathedral illuminate against the night sky. Other locations on this tour include the Moscow River and the Ukraine Hotel, which is a landmark skyscraper that was constructed during the era of Stalin.
6 – Sergiev Posad Day Trip
One of the best Moscow tours that take you outside of the city, the Sergiev Posad day trip provides the opportunity to see The Trinity Lavra of St. Sergius, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that is the spiritual centre of the Russian Orthodox Church. It’s made up of a number of different buildings that include the blue domes of the Cathedral of the Assumption, Church of St. Sergius and the Bell Tower.
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7 – City Sightseeing Moscow Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour with Optional Cruise
If your time in Moscow is limited, this hop-on, hop-off bus tour is ideal – and it even features an optional cruise on the river. Choose between a 2 and 3-day ticket and see famous landmarks like Red Square, the Kremlin and the Bolshoi Theatre from an open-top panoramic bus with informative audio commentary. Take your experience to the next level by upgrading to a boat tour.
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8 – Guided Tour of the Tretyakov Gallery
As one of the world’s most important galleries, the Tretyakov Gallery is a must-see for any art lovers and is one of the best Moscow tours for culture vultures. Learn about the masterworks of Pablo Tretyakov with a guided tour and discover the secrets behind the paintings. Other noticeable artists on view include Fedotov, Vasnetsov, Rokotov and Kiprenski, who is the author of the famous “Portrait of Alexander Pushkin”.
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9 – Alternative Moscow: 2-Hour Walking Tour
See a different side of Moscow with this 2-hour alternative tour. An expert guide will take you around quirky streets, suburbs and squares while as your veer away from the traditional tourist hotspots. Highlights include a ride on the famous “Annushka” tram and a visit to the neighbourhood of Khitrovka, which was once known as the criminal district of the city.
10 – St.Basil’s Cathedral and Red Square: Private Tour and Ticket
Combine two of Moscow’s biggest attractions with a visit to Red Square and St.Basil’s Cathedral. Admire the beautiful architecture of St.Basil’s Cathedral from inside and out, before wandering Red Square and learn about the soldiers, farmers and revolutionaries that all called this famous square their home. Round things off with the changing of the guard at Alexander Garden.
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11 – Bunker-42 Cold War Museum Guided Tour
Moscow is notorious for the Cold War, which lasted for about 45 years between 1945 and 1990. Head to the world-famous Bunker-42, located 65 meters below ground level, and learn about the storied past. Visit rooms and passages that were set up to shelter 3,000 people in case of nuclear attack and discover other sections, such as the equipment room and the war-proof telecommunications system.
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12 – Architecture Tour of Moscow’s Metro and Kolomenskoye Estate
Combine the beauty of the metro stations with the Kolomenskoye Estate and see some of Moscow’s grandest sights. After visiting the elegant metro stations, it’s time to go to the Kolomenskoye Estate, which is filled with UNESCO-listed sites that are dedicated to Tsar Peter the Great.
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13 – Tour of Soviet Moscow
Unpick the history of the USSR with one of the best Moscow tours for discovering Soviet Moscow. Starting at Monument to the Conquerors of Space, a tribute to the success of the Soviet space programme, the tour includes historical landmarks and interesting tidbits about Soviet Russia. There is also a visit to the All-Russia Exhibition Centre (VDNKh), a site that was constructed under the aegis of the USSR in tribute to state achievements.
14 – Moscow: 2.5-Hour Luxury River Cruise with Dining Option
Sail down the Moscow River on this 2.5 hour tour that provides a different perspective of the city and includes landmark sights. The boat features two decks and has panoramic views as well as free Wi-Fi access. Attractions along the route include Ukraine hotel, Sparrow Hills, Christ the Saviour Cathedral, Crimean Bridge, St. Basil’s Cathedral, Zaryadye Park and more.
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15 – Izmailovo Market and Vodka Museum Tour
Visit the museum of Vodka and gain insight into one of Russia’s most famous exports and head to the Izmailovo antique and handicraft market to find a gem or two. The tour starts with Izmailovo market, which features the iconic matryoshka dolls, fur hats and amber jewellery. Next up is a trip to the Museum of Vodka, where you will discover a distillery that dates back to the 15th century.
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16 – Súzdal and Vladímir Day Tour
Discover Russia’s famous “Golden Ring” on this tour of two medieval cities outside of Moscow. The historic city of Vladimir is first up with its Golden Gate, which is an ancient city-fortress that dates back to the 13th century. Next up is the neighbouring town of Suzdal, which features historic architecture and the Kremlin, where you can see its striking white walls topped with blue domes.
- Suzdal & Vladimir tours from Moscow
17- Moscow Food Tasting & Walking Tour
Sample the unique flavours of Moscow with this food tour that lasts for 3 hours and features more than 15 different food and drink tastings. Weave in and out of small alleys in the city centre while enjoying the best food spots in town. See Moscow like a local while trying classic dishes from local breakfast haunts, bustling markets, the oldest monastery in Moscow, and dumpling cafes where you can taste authentic dumplings and enjoy local coffee.
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