- Destination Overview
- 03 Nights accommodation in Moscow on Twin/ DBL sharing basis
- 03 Nights accommodation in St. Petersburg on Twin/ DBL sharing basis
- A/c Coach/transport and English speaking guide/escort as per Itinerary
- Airport transfers on private basis
- All taxes
- City Tour in Both Cities as per the itinerary
- Daily Breakfast
- Kazan Cathedral visit in SPB
- Tickets on super fast one way SAPSAN train between Moscow and St. Petersburg or vice versa.
- Visa arrangements
- Any items of personal nature viz. telephone, beverages, laundry, Tips gratuities etc.
- Any other services not mentioned in the inclusions or in the itinerary
- Anything not specifically mentioned under the head “Prices included”
Modern Semi-circular Tower Hotel jointly designed by French & Soviet architects.
Hotel Sputnik , the capital of Adjara Batumi 3km from the city center. and the average distance of 200 m from the sea . It is located at a height . The hotel complex is Batum Hill ( Batumi Hill) hill and has panoramic views of the city called . The resort built on a total of 9308 m2, in a location surrounded by a garden with tropical plants and trees.
Great views of Saint Petersburg and the Neva River, and spacious rooms are offered by this hotel. It is centrally located on Pirogovskaya Embankment. The Saint-Petersburg Hotel has modern rooms with Ip-TV, Wi-Fi, air condition, hair dryer. Many feature large windows with panoramic river views. Room service is available 24/7. European, and Japanese food is served in the Saint-Petersburg’s Bering restaurant. Varied buffet breakfasts are prepared in the mornings. The rooftop La Vue restaurant with a panoramic view of the Neva river features 5 dining halls and the wine shop. Hotel Saint-Petersburg’s reception is open 24 hours a day. Free WiFi is available in all areas. Other facilities at the Saint Petersburg include a souvenir shop and 8 conference rooms of different sizes and configurations for business meetings. Saint-Petersburg Hotel is less than 3 km from the Hermitage Museum. Finlyandsky Train Station is less than 1 km away.
CITYTEL Hotel Oktiabrskaya **** is located in the historical heart of Saint-Petersburg in the business,cultural and social life center of Nothern capital.Hotel is situated on the crossroad of Nevsky and Ligovsky prospects, on the Vosstaniya Square, opposite the Moscow Railway Station. CITYTEL Hotel Oktiabrskaya **** offers to guests high level of comfort and European service, original and multifunctional rooms, safety and all necessary features for business meetings or rest with family and friends. Hotel has: restaurant,lobby bar, free WiFi, ATM, currency exchange,safe,lugguage room, beauty salon. Rooms are equipped with air-conditioning,satellite TV, mini refrigerator, telephone.
AZIMUT hotel Saint Petersburg is located on the Fontanka embankment just 2 metro stations away from the city center. The hotel is the first and the highest building in the historic part of the city. Each room offers an unforgettable panoramic view of the main attractions of St. Petersburg. Bright and cozy rooms are made by a SMART concept and equipped with everything that a guest may need for a comfortable stay and productive work. The Avenue restaurant serves an «a la carte» menu as well as buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. On the top of our building, the 18th floor, the legendary Sky bar is located. Moreover, the hotel has such facilities as the beauty salon, the fitness center, the travel agency, ATMs and concierge service. Free WiFi is available too. It takes 15 minutes to get to the Palace Square by car and 30 minutes to Pulkovo airport. AZIMUT hotel St. Petersburg is a perfect choice for those who are looking for high quality hotel services at a reasonable price
Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travellers visiting Kiev, Premier Hotel Rus is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its family-friendly environment and proximity to great restaurants and attractions, Premier Hotel Rus makes it easy to enjoy the best of Kiev. Rooms at Rus Hotel provide a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a refrigerator, and guests can stay connected with free wifi. In addition, while staying at Hotel Rus guests have access to 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and 24 hour check-in. You can also enjoy free breakfast. Need a place to park? Free parking is available at Hotel Rus. Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as St. Michael’s Cathedrale (2.1 km) and Kiev-Pechersk Lavra – Caves Monastery (2.2 km), guests of Hotel Rus can easily experience some of Kiev’s most well known attractions. When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Palata №6, Barmandictat, and Shato Robert Doms, which are some pubs that are popular with locals and out-of-towners alike. Kiev is also known for some great monuments and statues, including Rodina Mat (Motherland), Hedgehog Monument, and After Two Hares Characters Monument, which are not too far from Hotel Rus. Whether you’re travelling for business, pleasure or both, Premier Hotel Rus is sure to make your visit to Kiev one wort
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Arrive to Moscow
Friday Arrival to Moscow. Transfer and Check in to hotel
Poklonnaya Hill, New Maiden Convent, Vorobievy (sparrow) Hills , Tverskaya street, Manezhnaya square, Ohotny Riad, Bolshoy theatre, Lubianka square, Savior Cathedral, Kremlin and Kropotkinskaya embankments, Old Arbat street, Metro (subway) tour.
Sunday Moscow Optional Tours
Sergei Pasad, Radisson Cruise, Moscow Circus, Ballet Show, Tretykov Art Gallery, Metro Tour
Moscow to St. Petersburg on Sapsan Train
St. Petersburg: Palace Square, Winter Palace, St. Isaac's Square, Decembrists' Square, Arts Square, Field of Mars, Summer Garden, Michael's Castle, Church of Our Savior, Cruiser Aurora, Split of Vasiliv's Island, Hermitage, Admiralty, Nevsky Prospect , St Peter & Paul Fortress, Bronze Horseman, Kazan Cathedral, Faberze Museum, Vodka Museum
Wednesday St Petersburg Optional Tours
Peterhoff, Catherine Palace in Pushkin, Russian Ballet, Russian Circus, White Nights Neva Cruise.
Departure transfer to the Airport
More about this tour
Welcome to Russia
Russia is the world's largest country offers it all, from historic cities and idyllic countryside to artistic riches, epic train rides and vodka-fuelled nightlife,6 nights and 7 days.
Historic & Contemporary
If ancient walled fortresses, glittering palaces and swirly-spired churches are what you’re after, focus on European Russia. Here, Moscow and St Petersburg are the must-see destinations, twin repositories of eye-boggling national treasures, political energies and contemporary creativity. Within easy reach of these cities are charming historical towns and villages, such as Veliky Novgorod, Pskov and Suzdal, where the vistas dotted with onion domes and lined with gingerbread cottages measure up to the rural Russia of popular imagination.
Arty & Adventurous
Whether you’re a culture vulture in search of inspiration from great artists and writers or an adventure addict looking for new horizons to conquer, Russia amply delivers. Tread in the footsteps of literary greats, including Tolstoy and Pushkin, on their country estates. Ski or climb lofty mountains in the Caucasus, go trekking or white-water rafting in the Altai Republic, hike around Lake Baikal, or scale an active volcano in Kamchatka – the variety of possibilities will make your head spin.
Off the Beaten Track
Russia’s vast geographical distances and cultural differences mean you don’t tick off its highlights in the way you might those of a smaller nation. Instead, view Russia as a collection of distinct territories, each one deserving separate attention. Rather than transiting via Moscow, consider flying direct to a regional centre such as Rostov-on-Don, Irkutsk or Yekaterinburg and striking out from there. With a welcome spread of Western-style hostels and hotels around the country and the ease of booking trains and flights online, it's simple to organise this kind of trip yourself.
A Riddle Worth Solving
We won’t lie: bureaucracy and occasional discomfort and inconvenience, particularly away from the booming urban centres, remain an integral part of the Russian travel experience. However, a small degree of perseverance will be amply rewarded: one of the great joys of travel in Russia is being swept away by the boundless hospitality of the people. Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn and Winston Churchill both wrote famous lines about Russia being an enigmatic riddle. Embrace this conundrum and you, too, are sure to find yourself swept away by a passion for Mother Russia.