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Spb Break , 4 nights

St Petersburg is the second largest city of Russia, major sea and river port. With 86 canals and over 45 islands St Petersburg is often called Venice of the North. There are over 580 bridges, which make up an essential part of the city infrastructure. Many of the bridges are engineering and architectural masterpieces and harmoniously contribute to the incomparable image of the city. Created by Emperor Peter the Great in 1703 to be his “window on Europe”, St Petersburg combines the fascinating Russian heritage with a distinctly European outlook. A city of palaces and museums, broad avenues and winding canals, St. Petersburg has gained the reputation of one of the Great Cities of Europe. Altogether 4,000 outstanding architectural, historical and cultural monuments are on the UNESCO World Heritage List.

Moscow Break , 4 nights

Moscow, the capital of the Russian Federation, the seat of Russia’s president and the federal government, is one of the biggest megapolises in the world with the population exceeding 10 million. As Russia’s principle city and one of the oldest Russian settlements, set up in 1147, Moscow played a prominent role in Russia’s history, which is reflected in numerous monuments, such as magnificent Kremlin, lovely St Basil’s Cathedral, ancient monasteries and splendid manors. Influenced by both Byzantine and Western trends, the city’s architectural image is an eclectic mixture of Oriental and European styles, of ancient and modern constructions, which makes up a unique feature of Moscow as a city of great historical and cultural traditions.

Highlights Of Russia , 7 nights

Moscow (3 nights) - day train - Saint-Petersburg (4 nights)
Get the crème of the top by visiting Moscow and Saint-Petersburg! The greatest museums, monuments and other tourist highlights are located in these two main Russian cities. Start discovering Russia from vibrant and expressive Moscow and continue with Saint-Petersburg, splendid “Northern Venice” pretended to be the most beautiful European town. Saint-Petersburg has been the capital of the Russian empire for more than two hundred years, until it moved back to Moscow in 1918. Explore the difference between acting and former capitals of Russia by own comparing of clubs, shops, city sights and way of life.

Golden Ring , 7 nights

Moscow (2 nts) – day train – Vladimir/ Suzdal (1nt) – night train to St. Petersburg (3 nts)
The Golden Ring refers to a 700km long route around architectural and artistic riches of old Russian towns which is a most enchanting way of learning more about Russia. It goes to the north-east of Moscow and forms a circle of big and small old towns preserved their great historical and architectural wonders. This is the ancient heart of Russia as it was many centuries ago.

A Taste Of Russia , 7 nights

Moscow (2 nts) - night train - Veliky Novgorod (on transit) - St. Petersburg (4 nts)

Taste the Russian culture, traditions and way of life by visiting 3 completely different cities: never sleeping Europe’s largest megapolis Moscow, gorgeous Saint-Petersburg with pompous baroque palaces and romantic canals, provincial Novgorod with the spirit of the medieval Rus that survived in the oldest masterpieces of Russian architecture. Compare the peculiarities of these cities and make your own mosaic of Russian image.

Moscow To The Pacific Ocean , 12 nights

 Moscow (2 nights) — train (4 nights) — Irkutsk in transit — Listvianka (1 nt) — Irkutsk (1 nights) — train (3 nights) — Vladivostok (1,5 nights)
Travel by Trans-Siberian Railway is undoubtedly the most fascinating voyage of the world. It is the longest railway on the Earth and the backbone of Russia, going through the whole country. The train route crosses 10 time zones, 2 continents, 12 regions, 5 territories, 2 republics, 1 autonomous region, 87 towns, and 16 large rivers. It starts in Moscow, passes through the European Russia and Ural mountains which separate Europe and Asia, continues into Siberia with a stop in Irkutsk and Baikal Lake. The finish is 9288 km far from the starting point, at the Russian Far East coast on the Pacific Ocean. While passing across the vast expanse of Russia, travelers get a unique chance to explore different cultures and present-day lifestyles of local people, see historical monuments, admire breathtaking sceneries of virgin land, the Siberian taiga, great rivers, steppes, mountains and deserts.

Great Transsiberian Journey To China Via Mongolia , 13 nights

 Moscow (2 nights) — train (4 nights) — Irkutsk — Listvianka (1 night) — train (2 nights) — Ulaanbaatar (2 nights) — train (1 night) — Beijing
Come and see three great countries in one journey! Start exploring Moscow — 3 days is quite enough to see its highlights. The understand Russia is not about only Moscow — go thousand kilometers through the vast territory of the country. For many people the great part of the pleasure is simply sitting back and watching the land they go by. However, most travelers on the Trans-Siberian Railway find that it is interaction with other passengers and local people is what makes the trip an unforgettable experience. Optional program of staying in Mongolia includes visiting Terelj National Park, acquaintance with the life style of nomadic family with overnight camp in yurta (nomad’s conical hut) and many other fascinating activities. Finally, you'll visit Beijing, one of the Four Great Ancient Capitals of China, and see the Forbidden City, the Temple of Heaven and the Great Wall.

Moscow To China Via Mongolia + Yekaterinburg , 15 nights

Moscow (2 nights) - train (1 night) - Yekaterinburg (2 nights) - train (3 nights) - Irkutsks/Listvianka (1 night) - train-(2 nights) - Ulaanbaatar (2 nights) - train (1 night) - Beijing (1 night)

Get a unique chance to explore different cultures and present-day lifestyles of local people. You can see historical monuments, admire breathtaking sceneries of virgin land, the Siberian taiga, great rivers, steppes, mountains and deserts. The guided excursions on each of stop take the travelers to major historic and cultural sites, allowing time for photos and shopping.

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