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Tour: Moscow – Murmansk – St. Petersburg

  • Продолжительность: 10/9
  • Countries: Russia
  • Type of flight: Regular flight
  • Visa: Visa Support
  • Depature data: Regular programs

    Code of program: TST-MCK-SPB-D08

    TOUR COST
    ATTENTION! The cost per person in the room based on double occupancy (1/2 DBL)
    DBL - cost per person in double room
    SGL - cost per person in single room
    EXB - the cost of an extra bed in the room

    USD RUB

    Hotel / Room D/N 1/2 DBL Notes
    Hotel 4* (Hotel description ↠)
    Standard 10/9 1346$ 87557 RUB 25+1 pax
    Standard 10/9 1426$ 92761 RUB 20+1 pax
    Standard 10/9 1568$ 101998 RUB 15+1 pax
    Hotel (3*) 3* (Hotel description ↠)
    Standard 10/9 1293$ 84110 RUB 30+1 pax
    • Hotels 4*-3*: Accommodation
    • Entrance fees according to the program
    • Transfers and transportation according to the program (1 minibus 10-15 seats with driver), separate transfers from/to the airport
    • English-speaking guides
    • Meals according to the program
    • Flights
    • Visa support
    • Insurance
    • Additional excursions
    • Tips for guide and driver
    TOUR PROGRAM
    Day City Program
    Day 1

    Arrival to Moscow.

    Meeting with a guide. Transfer to the hotel, accommodation in 4* hotel.

    Day 2 Moscow

    Breakfast in the hotel.

    Visit the center of the city. Red Square is the main square in Moscow. It is the center of the city, and if you look at Moscow's plan, you will see that it is located in the center of the radial layout of the city. The place for the present Red Square was identified during the reign of Ivan III (the end of XV – beginning of XVI century), when the Kremlin was rebuilt. So, Red Square is allocated along the northeastern wall of the Kremlin. There is the Lobnoye mesto, the monument to Minin and Pozharsky, Lenin’s mausoleum, the Kremlin Wall Necropolis, GUM, the State Historical Museum, St. Basil's Cathedral, Kazan Cathedral in Red Square. The Moscow Kremlin was built in 1482-1495. It is situated on the high left bank of the Moskva River, where the river Neglinnaya flows into it. Just as the White House in Washington, the Kremlin in Moscow is the official residence of the President of the Russian Federation.

    Day 3 Sergiev-Posad

    Transfer to Zagorsk – Sergiev-Posad (Optional).

    The ancient city of Zagorsk: About 70 kilometers from Moscow is a town with a population of about 110,000. It was once the most important Orthodox center in Moscow. The most representative buildings in the city are the Holy Trinity Monastery, the Church of the Assumption, and the Russian An Orthodox seminary. In addition, there is a holy spring in the middle part of the city.

    Day 4 Murmansk

    Flight to Murmansk.

    Murmansk located in the most northwestern part of Russia, is the capital of the Murmansk region, the largest city in the Arctic, not far from Norway and Finland, with a population of 311,209. It is the largest city in the Arctic Circle.

    After dinner visit Sami Village.

    Day 5 Murmansk

    After breakfast, visit Husky Dog Farm, Husky Dog Sledge Riding.

    Husky dogs: they look like wild wolves, and the sound of howling is similar to the wolf. The most attractive part of these dogs is often a pair of clear and unique eyes, sometimes like diamonds sometimes brown as agate.

    Day 6 Murmansk

    Visit Murmansk Port, Lenin Nuclear Icebreaker Museum, History Museum.

    Murmansk State Museum: Here you will be able to discover the nature of Murmansk, the history and the heroic city of Murmansk in World War II, and the largest museum in the Arctic Circle.

    Unfrozen port: It is the only "north-year non-freezing port" in the northern part of Russia. It is located at about 68° in the Arctic Circle. Due to the influence of the North Atlantic warm current, although it is located in the Arctic Circle at high latitudes, the temperature is very low. No ice, even in the coldest months, the sea temperature is not lower than 3 degrees Celsius. You can sail on the icebreaker all year round.

    Day 7 Murmansk

    Visit Alyosha Monument. "Aliosha Soldier Statue": A statue of a soldier 40 meters high. It was built in 1972 and is the second tallest statue in Russia. It looks at the West like a soldier.

    Flight to St. Petersburg.

    Visit Nevsky Prospect.

    Day 8 St. Petersburg

    Meeting guide at the railway station.

    St. Petersburg ~ Hermitage Museum ~ Peter & Paul Fortress.

    City sightseeing tour. Visit the center of St. Petersburg Square - the Palace Square, Alexander Column and Senate Square (for 10 minutes). The Peter and Paul Fortress, Kazan Cathedral, St. Isaac Cathedral, Nevsky Prospect and other interesting places.

    Lunch.

    Visit Hermitage. The Hermitage is the second-largest art museum in the world. Today its collection has more than 3 million world's culture items: art and sculpture, archeological finds and unique mechanic stuff, coins, graphics and applied art.

    Dinner.

    Free time for shopping.

    Day 9 St. Petersburg

    Breakfast in the hotel.

    Countryside tour to Peterhof. One of St. Petersburg's most famous and popular visitor attractions, the palace and park at Peterhof are often referred to as "the Russian Versailles". Peterhof is perhaps most famous for its remarkable array of decorative fountains, including the incredibly impressive ensemble of the Grand Cascade.

    Lunch.

    Way back to the city.

    Dinner.

    Day 10

    Departure from St. Petersburg. Arrival to your homeland.

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