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Two capitals (Tour to Moscow and St.Petersburg)

 Two capitals (Tour to Moscow and St.Petersburg) 850 , 7 Days
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  Two capitals, two of the epitomes of Russia, two of the greatest European cultural destinations – Moscow and St. Petersburg are welcoming you on this 7-day tour. The monumental architecture of Red Square with the magnificent St. Basil’s Cathedral, the famous Bolshoi Theatre and the uniquely decorated metro stations of Moscow along with the intriguing imperial history of St. Petersburg are among the highlights of this tour that show you simultaneously the modern life of the country and its glorious history.

Tour highlights:

 Red Square - where many of the city's architectural sights are located and where many of the important events in Russian history took place. 

♦ Bolshoi theatre - the historical theatre from where some of the oldest and most renowned baller and opera companies originated 

 Moscow metro - some of the most beautiful metro stations in the world 

♦ Kremlin territory - historical fortified complex, now the place where the president resides

♦ Palace Square - the central city square of St. Petersburg  


 Itinerary:


Day 1. Arrival to Moscow 
 
Arrival to Moscow International Airport. Simultaneous group transfer to the hotel (individual transfer upon request). Check-in in the hotel and free time. Dinner at the hotel restaurant and overnight. 
 
Day 2. Moscow sightseeing tour. 
 
After breakfast at the hotel you will meet your guide in the hotel and start your sightseeing tour. We will visit Christ the Savior Cathedral, the second tallest Orthodox Christian church in the world. We will enjoy a nice view of the city from Vorobyevy hills, formerly called Lenin hills, one of the highest points of the city. We will admire the magnificent building of  Moscow state university and walk along Tveskaya street, whose name you might already know from Pushkin's timeless novel Eugene Onegin. Lyubyanka square and the famous Bolshoi Theatre, from where some of the oldest and most renowned balelt and opera companies originated will be our last stops before the lunch break. After lunch we continue wit a visit to the Kremlin territory - the residence of the president and the place where many historical events took place. The Red Square - a symbol of the city will be our next stop. Here are located many of the city's most significant buildings, like the iconic St. Basil's Cathedral and The Mausoleum of Lenin. We will have a tour around the famous metro system and see some of the most beautiful metro stations in the world. Dinner and overnight at the hotel.
 
Day 3. Free time
 
Breakfast at the hotel. Free time to explore the city on your own terms. Dinner and overnight at the hotel.
 
Day 4. Moscow - St. Petersburg 
 
After breakfast we will check-out from the hotel at meet our guide/ driver who will transfer us to the railway station. From here we take the Sapsan fast train to St. Petersburg. Upon arrival, we will meet our local guide near the carriage and he will then transfer us to the hotel. After check-in you have some free time. Dinner at the hotel restaurant and overnight.
 
Day 5. St.Petersburg sightseeing tour 
 
We will have breakfast at the hotel and meet our tour guide at the lobby. Today we will visit some of the most famous sights of the city, like the Palace Square - the central city square of St. Petersburg, The Bronze Horseman - the equetrian statue of Peter The Great. We will take a walk on the main street Nevsky prospect and explore the park Field of Mars. We will see two of the most elaborate churches in the city - St. Isaac Cathedral and Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood. After short lunch break we continue our tour with a visit to Peterhof - a royal complex of palaces and gardens, built in responce to the Palace of Versailles, now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You will have some free time and then dinner at the hotel.
 
Day 6. Free time 
 
Breakfast at the hotel. Free time to explore the city on your own. Dinner and overnight at the hotel 
 
Day 7. Departure 
 
Breakfast at the hotel and check- out. Simultaneous group transfer to the airport (individual transfer upon request). Flight out. 

Price Includes:
Accommodation at ½ double room
hotels 3* and 4* (Alfa Izmailovo,Nevskiy Grand and similar)
Meals – breakfasts and dinners (HB)
Simultaneous group transfer from/to airport
Transportation per visits
Licensed guides,excursions,entrance tickets per program
Train tickets: Sapsan from Moscow to St. Petersburg,2 class
Visa support (voucher and visa invitation)

Not Included:
Single supplement - 270 EUR
Individual transfer from/to airport - 42 EUR/one way per vehicle (max 3p)
FB supplement (lunches),starting from 2nd day - 118 EUR


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Two capitals (Tour to Moscow and St.Petersburg) (Rated 4.86 / 5 Based on 16 Reviews.)
Price
850 EUR
Duration
7 Days
Status
Guaranteed departure
Price
850 EUR
Duration
7 Days
Status
Guaranteed departure
Price
850 EUR
Duration
7 Days
Status
Guaranteed departure
Price
850 EUR
Duration
7 Days
Status
Guaranteed departure
Price
850 EUR
Duration
7 Days
Status
Guaranteed departure
Price
850 EUR
Duration
7 Days
Status
Guaranteed departure
Price
850 EUR
Duration
7 Days
Status
Guaranteed departure
Price
850 EUR
Duration
7 Days
Status
Guaranteed departure

Currency fluctuations might cause correction of price at any time.

Group Size
1 - 20 people
Reservation System Code
RURUNDCAPT
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