Traveling to Russia
If your next vacation choice is traveling to Russia, we will make sure to show you the best of what the world’s largest country has to offer to travelers. We will be happy to plan your trip of a lifetime to Moscow, St. Petersburg, and other notable Russian cities.
Our 10-days trip will begin in Moscow, so you will have the opportunity to explore the Russian capital during the first few days of your journey to Russia.
Moscow has served as the capital of Russia since the late 15th century. Today, the city is becoming a popular tourist destination that attracts international travelers with its stunning architecture, rich culture, intriguing history, and interesting nightlife.
Upon our arrival in Moscow, you will have enough time to rest and relax before we begin our city exploration. We will visit the world-renowned attractions of Moscow such as the Red Square, the Bolshoi Theater Square, the Cathedral of Christ the Savior, and the Moscow Historical Museum with the Romanov House.
You will also have the opportunity to explore famous city’s places that include the UNESCO World Heritage sites of the Kremlin, St. Basil’s Cathedral and the Church of the Ascension. All of these famous Moscow’s landmarks are dating between the 14th and 17th centuries.
Also, while in Moscow, don’t miss exploring the most beautiful stations of Moscow Metro. No matter how many subway systems around the world you encountered so far, it is most likely that you have never come across anything as remarkable as Moscow Metro stations, some of them opened back in the 1930s.
Before we left Moscow, visit the Kremlin Armoury, one of the oldest museums of the city, established in 1851, and inspect its spectacular collection of royal armor, jewels, crowns, and thrones.
The Medieval Cities
Traveling to Russia is not complete without visiting the fortified museum cities of Vladimir, Suzdal, Kostroma, Rostov, Jaroslavl, Ivanovo, and Sergjev Possad. These astonishing medieval cities are rich in treasures and works of art, almost all included in the UNESCO World Heritage. Apart from the admiring the highest cultural, religious, and aesthetic values of the country, you’ll have a unique opportunity to enjoy romantic Russian countryside.
This remarkable Russian port city on the Baltic Sea was founded in 1703 by Peter the Great and served as the imperial capital for two centuries. Today, St. Petersburg remains Russia’s cultural center.
Our guided St. Petersburg tour includes a visit to the city’s most impressive attraction, the Hermitage museum. The extraordinary display of archeological findings and art objects of all kinds is located in the famous Winter Palace, once the main residence of the Russian Tsars. In addition, we will visit the palace and park at Peterhof (also known as Petrodvorets), famous for its majestic interiors and splendid gardens.
During our second day in St. Petersburg, a guided tour will take us to the Pushkin-Tsarkoe Selo Palace (Tsar Village), some 30 km of the city. Here, you can explore the interior of the magnificent Catherine Palace, a Rococo palace that was the summer residence of the Russian Tsars.
When we return to St. Petersburg, you will have enough time to spend your last day in Russia exploring the city’s rivers, canals, religious buildings, parks, and intimate restaurants hidden from the tourist crowds.