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MOSCOW - VLADIMIR - SUZDAL - IVANOVO - ST. PETERSBURG

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Moscow - Vladimir - Suzdal - Ivanovo - St. Petersburg

MOSCOW - ST. PETERSBURG FIXED TOUR

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Moscow - St. Petersburg Fixed Tour

CITY TOUR AND NOVODEVICHY CONVENT

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The red and white crenellated walls and golden domes of Novodevichy Convent make it one of Moscow's most attractive monasteries. Situated a short walk from the Luzhniki Sports Stadium, in a tranquil southern suburb of Moscow, inside a bend in the Moscow River, the Convent's leafy gardens are a pleasure to stroll in during the summer months and a welcome retreat from the bustle of the city. Most of the capital's monasteries were built between the 13th and 16th centuries, not merely as religious centers but as fortified structures with the express purpose of defending the city from Tatar and Pole attacks. Novodevichy, or "New Maidens Convent" in English, was founded by Vasily III in 1524 to commemorate the recapture of Smolensk from the Lithuanians in 1514.

KOLOMENSKOE ESTATE

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The old imperial estate at Kolomenskoe is one of the most picturesque and enjoyable of Moscow's out of town attractions and is an absolute must see for those with an extra day to spare in the Russian capital. The estate is nestled on the steep west bank of the Moscow River, 10km southeast of the Kremlin and surrounded by 390 hectares of ancient forest land, which is now a conservation zone and one of UNESCO's World Heritage Sites. Kolomenkoe features vintage wooden structures built by many of the country's Tsars, one of the most beautiful churches and examples of Russian tent-roofed architecture in the country, and is a beautiful site for a spot of summer sunbathing or a snowy walk in the winter.

KUSKOVO ESTATE

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The Kuskovo Estate, nicknamed the Moscow Versailles due to its formal French gardens, is a perfect example of an 18th century Muscovite country residence. The history of the estate dates back to 1715, when Tsar Peter the Great awarded the village of Kuskovo to Boris Sheremetev, a Russian general who excelled at the battle of Poltava and who decided to build a summer residence there. The Sheremetyevs were one of the wealthiest and most powerful families in Russia and the estate was used by several generations of the family.

MOSCOW CITY TOUR

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Moscow is the capital of Russia, the country’s largest city, its major political, industrial and cultural center. Moscow is a unique city, its architecture combines the features of both Oriental and Western cultures. Today we are the witnesses of a new stage in Moscow’s life. Here more than anywhere else one can feel the atmosphere of all those changes which drag the attention of the whole world.

OLD ARBAT STREET AND METRO TOUR WALKING TOUR

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Old Arbat Street and Metro Tour Walking Tour

PUSHKIN FINE ARTS MUSEUM

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The Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts is Moscow's equivalent to St. Petersburg's enormous Hermitage Museum, and boasts an impressive collection ranging from Roman antiquities to canvasses by Gauguin. The museum was established in 1912 by the father of the famous Russian poet Marina Tsvetaeva, who was well renowned in Moscow as a Professor of Art History at Moscow State University. The early collection was comprised mainly of casts of antique, Medieval and Roman sculptures, which were somewhat controversially augmented with artifacts from private collections that were confiscated after the Revolution of 1917.

THE CATHEDRAL OF CHRIST THE SAVIOR

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The Cathedral of Christ the Savior

MOSCOW – KOSTROMA-UGLICH-TVER-VELIKIY NOVGOROD -ST. PETERSBURG

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MOSCOW – KOSTROMA-UGLICH-TVER-VELIKIY NOVGOROD -ST. PETERSBURG

ISSAC CATHEDRAL

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Issac Cathedral

PAVLOVSK

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Pavlovsk

PETER AND PAUL FORTRESS

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Peter and Paul Fortress

PETERGOFF TOUR (GRAND PALACE AND GARDEN/ MONPLAISIR)

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Petergoff tour (Grand Palace and Garden/ Monplaisir)

PUSHKIN

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Pushkin

RUSSIAN MUSEUM

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Russian Museum

ST. PETERSBURG CITY TOUR

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St. Petersburg City Tour

BOLSHOI THEATER PERFORMANCE TICKETS

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Since its foundation towards the end of the 18th century, Moscow's celebrated Bolshoi Theater has experienced a turbulent and dramatic history. The forerunner of today's theater was Prince P.V. Urussov's Public Opera and Ballet Theater, commissioned by Catherine the Great in 1776 and financially backed by the Englishman Michael Maddox. The first of many disasters struck the theatre in 1805 when fire gutted the building, leaving it beyond repair and Maddox completely penniless. Ownership of the theater was then transferred to the state and Moscow acquired its first Imperial Theater.

DIAMOND FUND AND THE KREMLIN GROUNDS

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The Armory also houses the State Diamond Fund, a separate collection containing the most valuable gems in Russia. The highlights of the collection are the priceless diamond-encrusted Coronation Crown of Catherine the Great and the 190-carat Orlov Diamond, given to the Empress by her lover Count Grigory Orlov and set into the Imperial Sceptre. The collection features a whole host of jeweled necklaces and earrings as well as the world's largest sapphire. Visitors may also be lucky enough to see a few more Faberge Eggs in the collection.

SERGIEV POSAD

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Drive out of Moscow along the Yaroslavsky highway and find a small town Sergiev Posad some 70 km from the capital. The town emerged long time ago, round the St. Trinity Sergius Lavra, the monastery established here by one of the most honoured Russian saints, reverent Sergius of Radonezh. The monastery, which got the status of Lavra in 1744, has currently become a place of pilgrimage of the Russian Orthodox Church and one of the most interesting museums, where one may find the icons of Andrei Rublev and other famous masters of the 15th-18th centuries. The architecture ensemble of monastery created during the long period of the 14th-19th centuries is a unique sample of wonderful combination of different architectural styles forming the most impressive and harmonious composition.

THE KREMLIN GROUNDS AND 1 CATHEDRAL

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The beautiful and ancient ensemble of the Moscow Kremlin stands high on the hill towering over the left bank of the Moscow River. The Kremlin has been perceived as a symbol of power of the Russian State, the national idea expressed in stone. The oldest museums of the capital are located on the territory of the Kremlin. You will see the Armory Chamber displaying the unique specimens of Russian art of the 12-15th centuries, the finest collection of Russian decorative-applied arts of the 16-19th centuries, which includes the royal symbols regalia (crowns, scepters, orbs, thrones), the Diamond Fund where the world-famous collections of precious stones and Russian jewelry gold and platinum nuggets are displayed; the beautiful ensemble of the ancient cathedrals with the unique icons; the Tsar Cannon and the Tsar Bell.

THE KREMLIN GROUNDS AND THE ARMORY

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The Kremlin is the historical, spiritual and political heart of Moscow and the city's most famous landmark and tourist attraction. It's an intriguing ensemble of buildings with an architectural variety that reveals a long and fascinating history. The Kremlin stands at the confluence of the Moscow and Neglinaya Rivers on Borovitsky Hill, named after the pine forests (bor in Russian) that used to cover it.

THE KREMLIN GROUNDS AND THE ARMORY WALKING TOUR

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The State Armory is the oldest museum in Russia and is now home to a staggering collection of priceless artifacts and royal treasures dating back to the 14th century. Although there are historical records proving the existence of the Armory collection as far back as 1508, the Armory's present Russo-Byzantine building wasn't designed until the 1840s. Built by Tsar Nicholas I's favorite architect, Konstantin Thon, the Armory was intended to echo the architectural style of the Kremlin Palace and harmonize with the entire Kremlin ensemble. Initially the Armory was just a small stone chamber, built to house and protect the Kremlin's growing collection of priceless jewelry, embroidered cloth, ceremonial robes, arms, enamelware and icons. Much later in 1726 the collections of the Kazenny Dvor (Imperial Treasury) were incorporated into those of the Armory and in 1806 the building was transformed into a museum and the combined collections put on display for visitors to see.

THE KREMLIN GROUNDS, ARMOURY AND 1 CATHEDRAL

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The State Armory is the oldest museum in Russia and is now home to a staggering collection of priceless artifacts and royal treasures dating back to the 14th century. Although there are historical records proving the existence of the Armory collection as far back as 1508, the Armory's present Russo-Byzantine building wasn't designed until the 1840s. Built by Tsar Nicholas I's favorite architect, Konstantin Thon, the Armory was intended to echo the architectural style of the Kremlin Palace and harmonize with the entire Kremlin ensemble. Initially the Armory was just a small stone chamber, built to house and protect the Kremlin's growing collection of priceless jewelry, embroidered cloth, ceremonial robes, arms, enamelware and icons. Much later in 1726 the collections of the Kazenny Dvor (Imperial Treasury) were incorporated into those of the Armory and in 1806 the building was transformed into a museum and the combined collections put on display for visitors to see.

THE KREMLIN GROUNDS, ARMOURY AND 1 CATHEDRAL WALKING TOUR

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The State Armory is the oldest museum in Russia and is now home to a staggering collection of priceless artifacts and royal treasures dating back to the 14th century. Although there are historical records proving the existence of the Armory collection as far back as 1508, the Armory's present Russo-Byzantine building wasn't designed until the 1840s. Built by Tsar Nicholas I's favorite architect, Konstantin Thon, the Armory was intended to echo the architectural style of the Kremlin Palace and harmonize with the entire Kremlin ensemble. Initially the Armory was just a small stone chamber, built to house and protect the Kremlin's growing collection of priceless jewelry, embroidered cloth, ceremonial robes, arms, enamelware and icons. Much later in 1726 the collections of the Kazenny Dvor (Imperial Treasury) were incorporated into those of the Armory and in 1806 the building was transformed into a museum and the combined collections put on display for visitors to see.

TRETYAKOV GALLERY

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The Tretyakov Gallery houses one of the most celebrated and extensive collections of Russian art and artifacts in the world. The gallery was named after the financier and entrepreneur Pavel Tretyakov (1832-98), who donated approximately 2,000 works of Russian art from his own private collection to the city of Moscow at the end of the 19th century. These works formed the basis from which today's impressive collection grew. Without Tretyakov's extensive and generous patronage of the arts many Russian artists would not have been able to achieve the artistic success that they did and the world of Russian art would be considerably diminished.

VLADIMIR-SUZDAL

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Vladimir (195 km. from Moscow) - Vladimir was the capital of Vladimir-Suzdal's principality of the Old Rus in the 12th century. This town is the site of several unique architectural monuments. The most outstanding of these are the Assumption Cathedral, the Cathedral St. Demetrius, the Golden Gate. These monuments are inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. The 12th century Church of the Intercession on the Nerl, the most marvellous and perfect monument became the symbol of early Russian architecture. Suzdal (230 km. from Moscow) - Suzdal is a wonderful ancient town with fantastic architectural monuments of the past. The architectural style of Suzdal is characterised by sophisticated proportions (the use of "golden section"). One of the latest monuments of the above architectural style, the Church of the Nativity, is located in Suzdal. The Monastery of the Deposition of the Robe is famous with its wonderful Church over the Gates.

RIVER CRUISE FROM ASTRAKHAN TO MOSCOW ON M/S 'RUSS'

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RIVER CRUISE FROM MOSCOW TO ST. PETERSBURG ON M/S 'NIKOLAY CHERNISHEVSKY'

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Price Prices start from $ 96.00 per person on Main deck (based on double occupancy). Possible upgrades: Upper deck - $ 105.00 Boat deck - $ 115.00 Single supplement (in single cabin) - $ 50.00 Single supplement (in twin cabin) - $ 56.00 Price includes: * Arrival and departure transfers for groups of 20 and more * Services of tour guides for groups of 20 and more * 3 meals a day * Welcome "Bread and Salt" ceremony * Welcome cocktail and Captain's dinner with special entertainment program * Sightseeing program in each point of the itinerary

RIVER CRUISE FROM MOSCOW TO ST. PETERSBURG ON M/S 'ZOSIMA SHASHKOV'

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Price Prices start from $ 95.00 per person on Main deck (based on double occupancy). Possible upgrades: Upper deck - $ 105.00 Boat deck - $ 115.00 Single suppliment (in single cabin) - $ 50.00 Single suppliment (in twin cabin) - $ 56.00 Price includes: * Arrival and departure transfers for groups of 20 and more * Services of tour guides for groups of 20 and more * 3 meals a day * Welcome "Bread and Salt" ceremony * Welcome cocktail and Captain's dinner with special entertainment program * Sightseeing program in each point of the itinerary

RIVER CRUISE FROM MOSCOW TO ST. PETERSBURG ON M/S 'RUSS'

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Price Prices start from $ 95.00 per person on Main deck (based on double occupancy). Possible upgrades: Upper deck - $ 105.00 Boat deck - $ 150.00 Single suppliment (in single cabin) - $ 50.00 Single suppliment (in twin cabin) - $ 56.00 Price includes: * Arrival and departure transfers for groups of 20 and more * Services of tour guides for groups of 20 and more * 3 meals a day * Welcome "Bread and Salt" ceremony * Welcome cocktail and Captain's dinner with special entertainment program * Sightseeing program in each point of the itinerary

RIVER CRUISE FROM MOSCOW TO ST. PETERSBURG ON M/S 'LENIN'

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Price Prices start from $ 95.00 per person on Main deck (based on double occupancy). Possible upgrades: Upper deck - $ 105.00 Boat deck - $ 115.00 Single supplement (in single cabin) - $ 50.00 Single supplement (in twin cabin) - $ 56.00 Price includes: * Arrival and departure transfers for groups of 20 and more * Services of tour guides for groups of 20 and more * 3 meals a day * Welcome "Bread and Salt" ceremony * Welcome cocktail and Captain's dinner with special entertainment program * Sightseeing program in each point of the itinerary

RIVER CRUISE FROM ST. PETERSBURG TO MOSCOW ON M/S 'ZOSIMA SHASHKOV'

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Price Prices start from $ 95.00 per person on Main deck (based on double occupancy). Possible upgrades: Upper deck - $ 105.00 Boat deck - $ 115.00 Single supplement (in single cabin) - $ 50.00 Single supplement (in twin cabin) - $ 56.00

RIVER CRUISE FROM ST. PETERSBURG TO MOSCOW ON M/S 'LENIN'

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Prices start from $ 95.00 per person on Main deck (based on double occupancy). Possible upgrades: Upper deck - $ 105.00 Boat deck - $ 115.00 Single supplement (in single cabin) - $ 50.00 Single supplement (in twin cabin) - $ 56.00

RIVER CRUISE FROM ST. PETERSBURG TO MOSCOW ON M/S 'RUSS'

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Prices start from $ 95.00 per person on Main deck (based on double occupancy). Possible upgrades: Upper deck - $ 105.00 Boat deck - $ 115.00 Single supplement (in single cabin) - $ 50.00 Single supplement (in twin cabin) - $ 56.00

MUSEUM BORODINO

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THREE CAPITALS

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KIEV (2 NTS) – OVERNIGHT TRAIN (1NT) - MOSCOW (2NTS) – DAY TRAIN -ST. PETERSBURG (4NTS)

TRANS SIBERIAN ORIENT EXPRESS (EASTBOUND)

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Russia - Mongolia – China (eastbound)

TRANS SIBERIAN ORIENT EXPRESS (WESTBOUND)

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China – Mongolia - Russia (westbound)

MOSCOW – VELIKY NOVGOROD - ST. PETERSBURG

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Moscow – Veliky Novgorod - St. Petersburg

TRANS SIBERIAN ORIENT EXPRESS (EASTBOUND)

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St.Petersburg – Kazan – Omsk – Irkutsk – Lake Baikal (eastbound)

TRANS SIBERIAN ORIENT EXPRESS (EASTBOUND)

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Moscow – Irkutsk – Listvyanka – Vladivostok

ST.PETERSBURG

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MOSCOW

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Moscow

TRANS SIBERIAN ORIENT EXPRESS (WESTBOUND)

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Lake Baikal – Irkutsk – Omsk – Kazan - St.Petersburg (westbound)
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