Moscow and St Petersburg for 3 days and 2 nightsprint


DAY 1  

Upon your arrival to Moscow you will be met by our friendly and courteous driver. While the transfer to your accommodation you will have  a first glimpse on the Gold-Domed Capital of Russia.  Check-in. Some free time. Our guide will meet you at the reception of the hotel with sign with your name on it.


This walking guided city tour shows you around the city center of Moscow. During this excursion you’ll get a good account of the history, architecture and main landmarks of the city. There will be some stops for photographing.The tour starts at Tverskaya Street—one of the main and most exciting of all streets in Moscow. It leads to the heart of the city—the Kremlin and Red Square. You will see the Red Square with the History Museum, the Trading Arcades of GUMLenin’s Mausoleum and, of course, the symbol of Moscow — St. Basil’s cathedral.Enjoying the best panoramic views of the Kremlin, you will cross the river and come to the lovely park in the Bolotnaya (Swamp) Square (although it bears no resemblance to a swamp anymore).Then you will take a stroll to the symbol of the Stalin's rule—"The House on the Embankment", a grey monster with ill fame. It was the residence of the Soviet “aristocracy”.From the Bolshoy Kamenny (Big Stone) Bridge, you will have a splendid view of Christ the Savior Cathedral, which has an extremely colourful history. Here, you will be able to take panoramic pictures of the Kremlin’s Cathedrals and the Grand Kremlin Palace.Then you will have the opportunity to relax in the Alexander Garden and watch the change of guards at the Tomb of Unknown Soldier. Afterwards, you will take a 1-hour relaxing boat trip covering the main sights' view from the water.  Return back to the hotel.

DAY 2  

Enjoy your breakfast at the hotel and check-out. Our driver will meet you at the reception of the hotel with the sign with your name on it. Transfer to the Train Station. Departure for St Petersburg. 


During this guided city tour you will be walking through the city center of St. Petersburg. During this excursion you'll get an excellent sight of the history, architecture and main landmarks of the city.
First, walk along Nevsky Prospect (main avenue of the city).
Cross the Anichkov Bridge famous for its four equestrian statues.
Walk along the Fontanka river embankment and have a short stop to see the statue of “Chizhik Pyzhik” and hear the story of this curious little bird.
Pass the Mikhailovsky (Engineering) Castle – a former residence of the Emperor Paul I.
Walk through Mikhailovsky garden towards The Church of the Saviour on the Spilt Blood (the monument of Russian Orthodox architecture built on the spot where the tsar Alexander II was assassinated).
Walk across Konushennaya Square, go along the Moika river embankment and all the way to the Palace Square with its Triumphal Arch and the Winter Palace facing each other and the Alexander Column in the middle.
Walk along Nevsky and see the Stroganov palaceKazan CathedralGostiny Dvor and other places of interest.You'll have one longer stop to admire the beauty the Hermitage.
You will see the main rooms and expositions of the largest museum of Russia and one of the most significant museums of the world. At present the museum occupies five buildings: the Winter Palace, the Small Hermitage, the Old Hermitage, the New Hermitage and the Hermitage Theatre. Besides the huge collection of paintings, the museum also acquired collections of prints and drawings, classical antiquities, objects of Western European applied art, weapons, coins, medals and books (Voltaire's library). In the 19th century the Hermitage began to receive archaeological artefacts which, among other things, formed the nucleus of the celebrated collection of Scythian gold. At the Hermitage you can explore the art of Ancient Egypt, Mesopotamia, Classical Greece and its colonies in the northern Black Sea area. You can also examine the culture of the Etruscans and the primitive tribes of Siberia, as well as see Egyptian mummies, antique pottery, Tanagra statuary and much more. The interiors of the Winter Palace are among the masterpieces of baroque. Apparently, it would take a visitor almost 15 years to appreciate all the treasures the museum houses. That is if one stays at the museum 8 hours a day spending one minute examining each exhibit. Check-in at the hotel. In the evening do not miss the opportunity to enjoy a music festival performance or opera and ballet upon your choice at world famous St Petersburg music halls and theatres. Check the repertoire here
And take your date to one of the so many to choose restaurants. Do not hesitate to contact us if you need a recommendation.  

DAY 3  

Check-out. Enjoy your breakfast at the hotel and get ready for the day! Our guide will meet you at the reception of the hotel with the sign with your name on it.


Our guide and you will walk to the boat station and take a 30 minutes boat trip to Peterhof, enjoying the magnificent views of the city from the water. Peterhof, like St Petersburg itself, is an amazing symbol of Peter's desire to make Russia a sophisticated European power. This is a Russian baroque garden, inspired by Versailles and designed by a pupil of Le Notre (Jean-Baptiste Le Blond). Peter the Great admired Versailles. For his own summer palace he chose a site with a good water supply. It stands on a natural terrace overlooking the Baltic. A fabulous marble cascade flows from the palace towards the sea, along the Samson canal. It symbolises Russia's conquest of the Baltic coast in the Great Northern War. The cascade is lined with gilded statues and leads to a basin with a gilded statue of Samson. On the south front of the palace there is a large parterre, alleys, grass plots, basins, fountains and statues. This garden contains 173 fountains. They line the canal and ornament the woods.You will see 300-acre park on the shore of the Finish Gulf, spectacular fountains, the Grand Palace, crowning the hill above the fountains and numerous smaller Palaces and pavilions representing "Russian Versailles" now. You will enjoy the picturesque Lower Gardens with three unique cascades and dozens of powerful water jets. You will admire a breathtaking central composition of Peterhof - the Grand Palace and Grand Cascade, with its staircases, waterfalls, an avenue of 64 fountains and 37 gilded statues. And, of course, you will have a guided tour of the Grand Palace, one of the most spectacular Russian palaces, representing architectural styles of the 18th - 19th centuries: modest Peter’s Baroque, shining Elisabeth’s Baroque, elegant Catherine’s Classicism and exotic oriental style. 

Transfer to the airport/train station

Now, you'll say goodbye to St Petersburg. And we hope to see you back sometime in the future! 



Total number of travelers                                            

2                              3 - 4                single supplement

Dec 15 - Feb 10
3 stars $338 $282 $69
4 stars  $357 $301 $98
5 stars $480 $424 $222
Apr 5 - Apr 25
3 stars  $351 $295 $84
4 stars  $377
$321 $121
5 stars  $503 $447 $245
Feb 11 - Apr 4
Apr 25 - Dec 14
3 stars $359 $304 $93
4 stars  $416 $360 $156
5 stars  $587  $532 $329
Prices are per person based on double occupancy in a hotel room.
You should add single supplement to the price in case you travel in a group but you stay in a single room.  
If you travel by yourself, please, contact us for a quote. 
We would also love to offer discounts for groups of 5 and more, please do not hesitate to contact us for details and group rates
    • Hotel accommodation & breakfast
    • Entrance tickets to museums and parks according to the programme
    • Transport service according to the programme
    • Guide service of English/German/Spanish/Italian/French speaking guide (other languages upon request)
    • Free visa support (tourist invitation letter)


  • Embassy/ Consulate visa processing fees
  • Train/ plane tickets  
Tour dates can be flexible.
Tours can be customized to your preferences.
Mix & match options are available.
We can also include additional tours, performances or anything else, as well as adjust accommodation to any hotel of your choice on your request. 
25% of the tour amount is due no less than 45 days prior to your arrival to Russia or the city that the tour is scheduled for.  
The remaining 75% of the tour amount is due no less than 7 days before the tour.
Please note that prices are subject to change. To gaurantee you the price please pre-pay 25% of the tour.
In case of cancellation, please see our cancellation policy.