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Tour Two Capitals and River Cruise

  • Продолжительность: 13/12
  • Countries: Russia
  • Route: St Petersburg – Mandrogi – Kizhi – Goritsy – Uglich – Myshkin – Moscow
  • Type of flight: Extra charge
  • Visa: Visa Support
  • Depature data: Regular programs

    Program Code: TST-SPB-CRUISE-MSK-D13

    Cruise ship description. A four-deck comfortable motor ship of the project 302. All cabins are equipped with individual sanitary units, air conditioning. At the service of passengers: 2 restaurants, bar, conference hall, solarium, reading room.

    This is one of the possible ships. We will offer you possible options on request depending on your travel dates.

    Rates can be changed by external reasons.

    The order of excursions can be changed.

    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


    Hotel / Room D/N 1/2 DBL
    Hotel 4* (Russia) 4* (Hotel description ↠)
    Standard 13/12 1110$ 106038 RUB
    • Hotel accommodation in Moscow (2 nights) and St. Petersburg (2 nights);
    • Cruise package including accommodation on board:
      1B Double single-tier cabin located on the sun deck (cabin area of 8.5 sq.m.) and the middle deck (cabin area of 10 sq.m.). The cabin has an individual bathroom unit (washbasin, toilet, shower), air conditioning, TV and refrigerator. OR
      1C is a double single-deck cabin located on the main deck. The cabin area is 9 sq.m. The cabin has an individual bathroom unit (washbasin, toilet, shower), air conditioning, TV and refrigerator.
    • Other types of cabin on request.
    • Meals according to the program (Breakfast, lunch, dinner);
    • English speaking guide;
    • Transportation according to the program;
    • Entry tickets to museums
    • Air or train tickets;
    • Extra meals;
    • Travel insurance;
    • Visa support;
    • Extra excursions;
    • Tips
    Day City Program
    Day 1 St. Petersburg

    Arrival to St Petersburg.

    Meeting with a guide. Transfer to the hotel.

    Day 2 St. Petersburg

    Breakfast in the hotel. 

    Departure to Peterhof, the fabulous gardens and fountains of Peter the Great’s summer residence, located on the shore of the Baltic sea, 35 km from the city center. For over 200 years the Great Palace in Peterhof  had been used by Russian Tsars for official ceremonies, lavish feasts and formal receptions. 


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

    Day 3

    Breakfast in the hotel. 

    Transfer to the port. Departure for the cruise.

    Day 4

    Day on board.

    Day 5

    A green parking lot in the picturesque village of Mandrogi, where guests can escape from the hustle and bustle of the city and feel real unity with nature. There are colorful peasant houses of the XIX century, the Island of Fairy Tales with characters carved from wood, as well as the vodka museum, which has more than 3,000 exhibits. Prior to World War II Mandrogi was a Karellian fishing settlement hardly touched by time. The war left it a burnt ruin, but a group of investors invited the best woodworkers to restore the town to its former glory.

    Day 6 Kizhi

    Arrival on the wonderful island named Kizhi in the Northern part of Onega lake. This is a pearl of Karelia region. The main attraction is the Museum of Wooden Architecture and its heart - the Kizhi Pogost ensemble with the world-known masterpiece of Russian wooden architecture - the 22-chapter Church of the Transfiguration of the Lord. During a guided tour on the island, you'll visit a traditional farmer's house, learn a lot about Karelian crafts and traditions; will listen to church bells ringing and will see one of central Orthodox relics of the Russian North – Church of the Resurrection of Lazarus.

    Day 7

    Arrival to Goritsy, a picturesque river town, located on the banks of a Volga tributary with a little river port, making it worth exploring its medieval atmosphere to dive into this small charming community's simplicity. This small town has an incredible church worth exploring. The Church of the Transfiguration is only part of the Monastery of St. Cyril on White Lake, which occupies a large area by it and is surrounded by high walls.

    Day 8

    Uglich is a quiet, authentic, and homelike town, one of the oldest towns in Russia. Many significant historical events left their imprint on the town. You'll be surprised by how many sights such a small town can house! In Times of Troubles, in 1591 the younger son of Ivan the Terrible, Prince Dmitry, was murdered here at the age of 10. Later, by the order of the Romanov Tsars, Uglich was turned into a place of pilgrimage, and, to commemorate young Prince Dmitry's victim, the Church of St. Dmitry-on-Blood was built in 1690. Such a sad story standing in contrast with the colorful exteriors of this red ensemble, indeed, makes the church a unique landmark. Plus, the complex is situated on the scenic banks of the Volga River providing stunning panoramas! Moreover, the town is home to one of the oldest religious establishments in Russia, the 17th-century Alekseevsky Monastery, along with the beautiful golden-domed Resurrection Monastery, that is defined to be on your Uglich itinerary as well. Despite such popularity, Uglich manages to remain a lovely and peaceful place.

    Day 9

    The "frozen antiquity of Russia", the former county center of fair trade – colorful and original town of Myshkin attracts crowds of tourists every year. Today Myshkin is a museum city of the Russian province, which has preserved the ancient merchant buildings and a measured way of life. Here is the estate of the millionaire merchant T.V. Chistov with a two-story mansion, the museum of Russian felt boots, an old mill and, of course, the Assumption Cathedral.

    Day 10

    Day on board.

    Day 11 Moscow

    Arrival in Moscow. Transfer to hotel.


    Day 12 Moscow

    Breakfast in the hotel.

    Moscow sightseeing tour. You will see Red Square, Alexander Garden, Tomb to the Unknown Soldier, Lenin's mausoleum, Saint Basil's Cathedral, GUM, Historical museum, The Cathedral of Christ the Savior.

    Excursion to the Kremlin. The Moscow Kremlin is considered to be a symbol of the Russian statehood. The Kremlin hill became the main sightseeing of Moscow. The architectural ensemble “The Moscow Kremlin and Red Square” is included into the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage list and consists of the Assumption, Archangel and Annunciation cathedrals, the Patriarch's Palace with the Twelve Apostles' Church and the Ivan the Great Bell-Tower complex.

    Transfer to the hotel.


    Day 13

    Breakfast in the hotel.

    Transfer to the airport. Departure from Moscow.

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