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You’ll spend 10 unforgettable days from Moscow to St. Petersburg on your affordable tour of Russia. Begin sightseeing in the capital city of Moscow with the iconic Kremlin complex, Red Square, and the Vladimir Lenin Mausoleum. You’ll also see the 14th-century Troitse-Sergiev Monastery, and you’ll visit the Matryoshka Museum where you can learn how to paint your own Russian nesting dolls. Travel to the pretty town of Klin to see historic Russian Christmas decorations at the local museum where you will be able to create your own to take home, as well as the Tchaikovsky House-Museum home of composer Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky. You’ll stop in Tver for a traditional evening of Russian dining, after visiting the Goldwork Embroidery Museum and the beautiful Russian Orthodox Valday Iversky Monastery. Next, your escorted budget vacation in Russia will lead you to the city of Novgorod with its opulent St. Sophia Cathedral, St. George’s Cathedral, and an open-air wooden traditional Russian village. Your budget travel vacation to Russia concludes with your 3-night stay in splendid St. Petersburg. You’ll discover the magnificent architecture, culture, and history of this amazing port city founded by Tsar Peter the Great in 1703. Explore the Peter & Paul Fortress and Cathedral which served as a jail which held the likes of Dostoyevsky, Trotsky, and the Tsar’s son Alexei. The local guide will show you the main sights and bring the city’s history back to life, and you will be able to choose from many sightseeing options from the Tsar’s Winter Palace, the Hermitage, to the blue and white Catherine Palace. Your exciting affordable tour of Russia will be an experience like no other. Your thoughts will often return to your memories of Russia with love for a long time to come.
Visits to Moscow including Metro tour, Sergiev Posad's Trinity-Sergius Monastery, Matryoshka Museum and masterclass, Klin Podvorye, Christmas decoration masterclass and Tchaikovsky Museum, Torzhok, Goldwork Embroidery Museum, Valday Iversky Monastery, Novgorod's Kremlin and St. Sophia Cathedral, St. Petersburg's Peter & Paul fortress and cathedral.
St. Basil's Cathedral and Spassky Tower on Red Square in Moscow on a summer evening and colorful flowers
Trinity Lavra of St. Sergius panoramic aerial view in Sergiev Posad, Moscow, Russia
The Millennium of Russia bronze monument in the Novgorod Kremlin with Saint Sophia Cathedral in the background, Russia
Peter and Paul Fortress, Neva river, Saint Petersburg, Russia
The Catherine Palace in Tsarskoye Selo, St. Petersburg, Russia
Day 1 : ARRIVE IN MOSCOW, RUSSIA.
Check into your hotel. The rest of the day is free to start exploring Russia's exciting capital city. Tonight, meet your Tour Director and fellow travellers. (D)
Day 2 : MOSCOW.
Guided sightseeing this morning reveals just what makes Moscow so special-from the fortified KREMLIN complex and ARMOURY MUSEUM in the heart of the historic city to the iconic onion-domed St. Basil's Cathedral and Red Square with the Lenin Mausoleum. You'll also visit the splendid Moscow METRO, lavishly constructed in the early 20th century to resemble a magnificent subterranean palace. (B)
Day 3 : MOSCOW. EXCURSION TO SERGIEV POSAD.
An included excursion travels to picturesque Sergiev Posad with its 14th-century TRINITY-SERGIUS MONASTERY the Russian Orthodox equivalent of the Vatican. With its imposing white-stone façade and blue and gold onion domes, this is one of the loveliest monasteries in Russia. Then, at the MATRYOSHKA MUSEUM, discover how these famous wooden nesting dolls are crafted and painted and learn how to paint your own. (B,L)
Day 4 : MOSCOW - KLIN - TVER.
Leave Moscow and travel northwest, stopping in pretty Klin. Discover the historic CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS at the local museum and have a go at decorating your own to take home. Then, explore the TCHAIKOVSKY HOUSEMUSEUM, former country home of composer Pyotr Tchaikovsky. This is where he wrote Symphony No 6 (Pathetique) and spent his final days in 1893. See the areas where he lived and worked, as well as his top hat, gloves, and the luggage he took on concert tours. Overnight in Tver, dating back to the 12th century and situated at the confluence of the Volga, Tmaka, and Tvertsa Rivers. (B,L,D)
Day 5 : TVER - TORZHOK - NOVGOROD.
Start the day with a visit to the GOLDWORK EMBROIDERY MUSEUM in Torzhok, famous for its delicate gold-wire embroidery found in artwork, insignia, and royal clothing. Next, visit the beautiful Russian Orthodox VALDAY IVERSKY MONASTERY, founded in 1653. Situated on an island on Lake Valdayskoye, it became an important centre of culture and education in the 17th century, and producer of fine porcelain tiles. Arrive in Novgorod and enjoy an included dinner featuring traditional Russian cuisine at a local restaurant. (B,L,D)
Day 6 : NOVGOROD.
Visit Novgorod, the former cultural, social, and economic hub. Discover its KREMLIN (city centre) and magnificent ST. SOPHIA CATHEDRAL with its ancient frescoes, bronze 12th-century Magdeburg Doors, and five onion domes. Then, explore a recreated old Russian village with traditional izbas (homes), chapels, farmyards, and more at the OPEN-AIR VITOSLAVLITSY WOODEN ARCHITECTURE MUSEUM. Visit ST. GEORGE'S CATHEDRAL, dating back to 1119. (B)
Day 7 : NOVGOROD - ST. PETERSBURG.
Depart Novgorod and push north to incomparable St.Petersburg, an important Russian port on the Baltic Sea. An orientation drive introduces you to some of the city's palaces, parks, monuments, squares, boulevards, and 600 beautiful bridges. (B,D)
Day 8 : ST. PETERSBURG.
An architectural gem founded in 1703 by Peter the Great, St. Petersburg rivals any other European capital in splendour, beauty, and distinction. During your guided sightseeing, see the city's main sights, including a visit to the PETER & PAUL FORTRESS and CATHEDRAL, which served as a high-security jail for political prisoners. Its most famous inmates included Dostoyevsky, Trotsky, and Peter the Great's own rebellious son, Alexei. This afternoon, consider joining our guided optional excursion to the Hermitage Museum. Housed in Peter's magnificent former Winter Palace on the banks of the Neva River, today the museum's collection boasts precious items from around the world. (B)
Day 9 : ST. PETERSBURG.
A whole day in St. Petersburg to do as you please. Maybe explore on your own, or join the optional excursion to the flamboyant blue and white Catherine Palace, summer residence of the Russian tsars. You may also choose an evening canal cruise to celebrate the conclusion of your adventure. (B)
Day 10 : ST. PETERSBURG.
Your holiday ends with breakfast this morning. (B)
Good accommodations are vital to your enjoyment on tour, so we pre-screen before selecting. Hotels are as shown, although it may be necessary to substitute with an alternate hotel of equivalent standard.
MOSCOW : HOLIDAY INN TAGANSKY
TVER : OSNABRUCK
NOVGOROD : PARK INN VELIKY NOVGORO
ST. PETERSBURG : COURTYARD BY MARRIOTT VASILIEVSKY
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