Highlights Of Russia


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Experience the history and highlights of Russia in 6 great days.

Kick off your amazing Highlight of Russia tour in the rich culture of St Petersburg. Enjoy the dazzles and delights of this amazing city before traveling to the cauldron of creativity, Moscow. Experience the creative energy of the capital by exploring the churches and monuments remembering the fallen heroes.






At the terminal keep your eyes open for our sign, as we pick you up from the airport and take you to our hotel. Gather round in the hotel lobby at 6:00pm to meet your guide as well as the other tour members. Listen up for a fast and informal meeting with the leader including registration, a short briefing about the adventures ahead and some country info. After the meeting, join the group for a walk and partake in an optional group dinner. Your tour leader can also recommend some local bars for you to try out and enjoy a drink with your new travel buddies during the evening until late.




St. Petersburg – City tour incl. the Hermitage st-petersburgmedium

The amazing city of Saint Petersburg was founded by Tsar Peter the Great in 1703 and was previously Russia’s capital. The city is built around a series of bridge-connected canals and rivers and our day starts with the city tour includes a drive along the main street, Nevsky Prospect, giving us a solid introduction to this beautiful city and a few stops at Church on Spilled Blood (exterior only)Then we have guided visit of the treasure-filled Hermitage Museum.




St. Petersburg (opt. Tsars Route tour)

Russia Tina DahmenToday you have a free day to explore this magnificent city on your own! There is an optional Tsars’ Route tour including lunch available, with visits to Peterhof Garden and Catherine Palace during the summer months (May to October) or Pavlosk Palace and Catherine Palace in winter months (October to May). Later this evening we board our overnight sleeper train bound for Moscow. Overnight train in a sleeping cabin accommodation.




Moscow City Tour, Red Square
Today we tour Russia’s most famous Kremlin, with a guided walk throughout the grounds for you to see numerous government buildings, gold-domed cathedrals and the tsar bell. This walk will also visit the stunning St Basil’s cathedral and walk down Arbat street; one of the oldest surviving streets of the capital and a desirable place to live. 



Moscow, Kremlin Palace, St Basil’s, Arbat Street
MoscowA fantastic day is awaiting us to explore the city of Moscow. We will take you on a guided walk of Moscow’s heart including amazing Red Square. The city offers amazing galleries and museums and plenty of cafes, shops and bars. After the city tour you have the option to join the tour to the World War II Museum. The rest of the afternoon and evening is yours. You will have chance to join optional tour of famous Moscow Circus as well.



DAY 6Russia Tina Dahmen

The trip will end after we say goodbye to our new friends over breakfast, bid you safe travels, and check-out of the hotel (11:00am)
Please note: There will be a local payment of £160

We ease your cash needs by dividing the tour cost into two payments : tour price and local payment. You just need to pay the tour price to purchase your travel. The compulsory local payment will be paid when you join the trip.

What Is The Local Payment For ?

We know that it’s not always easy to have sufficient cash to cover the cost of your entire holiday in one go; especially when you book your flight ticket and tour at the same time.

We aim to ease your cash needs through our pay easy system by dividing the tour cost into two payments: the tour price and the local payment. You just need to pay the tour price to purchase your travel and the compulsory local payment will be paid when you join the trip. You can pay the local payment in GBP, EUR, USD or the local currency; however we advise you to pay the local payment in GBP in order to avoid exchange rate differences at the destination.

The local payment is a part of the overall tour cost and it covers a portion of the local expenses at the destination, including transportation, expenses of the local guide and the operation. The local payment does not cover extra costs like additional meals, entry fees, drinks, tips, personal expenses or other type of travel costs.


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Optional activities

50 EU
Folk Show, Moscow

Feel like a Russian! Enjoy this unique opportunity of getting acquainted with the history and cultural traditions of Russia! Classical quartet is playing lovely melodies of the XVIII th century, two stunning ladies in crinolines and a handsome gentleman in a wig (ballet trio "Reverence") are welcoming guests at the Gala stairs of the Palace. How nice to be a guest of the Grand Duke!

50 Euro
Circus, Moscow

Since the reign of Catherine the Great, the circus has played an important role in the rich cultural traditions of Russia. Circus is regarded as an art form on par with the ballet or opera, a showcase for highly skilled and creative artists. Be ready to watch and feel a breath taking show in one of the oldest circuses in Russia.

70 Euro
Tsar’s Route, St. Petersburg

Guided day tour includes entrance fees, transport and an authentic Russian lunch. Catherine Palace at Tsarskoe Selo (during winter season) -alternatively Pavlosk Palace if Catherine Palace is closed. Be ready for the fascinating parks and palaces of the Tsars and enjoy an original lunch at a local restaurant.

Entrance fees

Kremlin Palace 500 Rouble
Hermitage 600 Rouble
St. Basil 400 Rouble

Personal Spending Money, Extra Meals, Souvenirs…

Every person has different spending habits, but to help you out with your planning, we estimated your average daily expenses. An approximate amount of £20 per day for lunch & dinner (without drinks), and £30 per day as personal spending money (souvenirs, handicraft etc. not included) is generally sufficient.

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