Almost every tourist visits Moscow’s Kremlin. I don’t find it more exciting than the Red Square, where access is free of charge. But if you still want to check it out there, I recommend to top your visit to the Kremlin with a bonus, tickets to any concert in Kremlevskiy Dvorets.
There are a lot of different performances in the Kremlevskiy, so it is easy to choose something to your liking. There are also many private parties, and I was lucky to attend one of them, when my university celebrated its 70th birthday.
I have visited most of Moscow’s concert halls, but Kremlevskiy is the most colossal. It looks like a typical pompous Soviet building. It was renovated inside, but still looks like a private club for Russki civil servants.
Though Kremlevskiy is old, it is quite comfortable to watch a performance even from the worst seats. I personally didn’t expect Dvorets to be as cool as the modern Krokus City Hall. Given the reasonable prices (for example, you can attend Morricone concert for 1000 rubles which is slightly more than € 10), the concert hall is really worth a visit.