Two capitals of Russia

Two capitals of Russia

7 days / 6 nights

Tour highlights

Moscow
  • City tour
  • Includes an overview of the most attractive city sights such as Cathedral of Christ the Savior, Moscow State University, Vorobiovy Gory where you can admire a bird's eye view of Moscow, Poklonnaya Hill, Victory park and other places of interest.
  • The Kremlin and cathedrals
  • The word "Kremlin" in Russian means "fortress". The Moscow fortress, the cradle of the city, is the main fortress of the country. It has been designated as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
  • Tverskaya & Arbat streets
  • Arbat is a pedestrian street about one kilometer long in the historical centre of Moscow. Tverskaya is the Moscow's main radial street.
  • Moscow Metro
  • The Moscow Metro was opened by the Soviet government as a symbol of technological and industrial progress of the political system and was considered as "People's Palace". You will visit the most important stations constructed of luxurious materials – more than 20 types of marble, granite, onyx, as well as decorations of painting, majolica, glass, mural painting, and mosaic.
St. Petersburg
  • City tour
  • Includes an overview of the most attractive city sights such as the Spit of Vasilyevsky Island, the Church of our Savior on Spilled Blood, St. Isaac’s, Kazan and Smolny cathedrals, Alexander-Nevsky Lavra and other places of interest.
  • Peterhof
  • This 300-year-old palace is known as 'Versailles by the Sea', and served as one of the summer residences of the royal family. The Peterhof parks comprise about 150 fountains and four cascades that include the Grand Cascade, the largest fountain ensemble in the world.
  • The Hermitage
  • The Hermitage Museum is Russia's largest art museum and home to an astounding collection of about three million pieces of art.