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RUSSIA - 4 Days

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Day 1
Arrival

Welcome to Russia! On your arrival our tour guide will greet you at the airport and transfer you to your hotel for check-in. Spend rest of your day at leisure, relax and get prepared for an exciting full day of touring tomorrow!

Day 2
Moscow

Capturing Moscow in a day means hitting Red Square early and forking out from there. Never forget to bring the good walking shoes. This itinerary takes you inside theKremlin walls, provides you a glimpse at busy Tverskaya Street, and leaves you the evening to explore the artsy Arbat neighborhood. Try to do this tour on a day when the Kremlin is open (it's closed on Thurs). If that's not possible, use those extra morning hours for wandering the Kitai-Gorod neighborhood on the other side of Red Square. Start: Metro to Ploshchad Revolutsii, Okhotny Ryad, Alexandrovsky Sad, or Teatralnaya -- -then head to Red Square.

Day 3
St. Petersburg

This exciting tour begins at Palace Square and the Hermitage, for passionate morning of history and art that gives context for the rest of the St. Petersburg experience. A walk along the ridge and thru the Neva to the Peter and Paul Fortress rounds out the day. An optional stroll along Nevsky Prospekt is reserved for evening. Don't do this tour on Monday, when the Hermitage is closed.

Day 4
Volgograd

Your journey starts along the Alley of the Fallen Heroes. Strolling down its tree-lined path, you head away from Volga central embankment to pay homage to a WWII veteran – the famous Poplar. Walking down the Alley you reach Square of the Fallen Heroes, the central square in all of Volgograd.

Now it’s a time to say good bye to Russia. You will be transferred to your hotel, made check out there, move to the airport and board your flight back to your home country.

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Day 1
Arrival

Welcome to Russia! On your arrival our tour guide will greet you at the airport and transfer you to your hotel for check-in. Spend rest of your day at leisure, relax and get prepared for an exciting full day of touring tomorrow!

Day 2
Moscow

Capturing Moscow in a day means hitting Red Square early and forking out from there. Never forget to bring the good walking shoes. This itinerary takes you inside theKremlin walls, provides you a glimpse at busy Tverskaya Street, and leaves you the evening to explore the artsy Arbat neighborhood. Try to do this tour on a day when the Kremlin is open (it's closed on Thurs). If that's not possible, use those extra morning hours for wandering the Kitai-Gorod neighborhood on the other side of Red Square. Start: Metro to Ploshchad Revolutsii, Okhotny Ryad, Alexandrovsky Sad, or Teatralnaya -- -then head to Red Square.

Day 3
St. Petersburg

This exciting tour begins at Palace Square and the Hermitage, for passionate morning of history and art that gives context for the rest of the St. Petersburg experience. A walk along the ridge and thru the Neva to the Peter and Paul Fortress rounds out the day. An optional stroll along Nevsky Prospekt is reserved for evening. Don't do this tour on Monday, when the Hermitage is closed.

Day 4
Volgograd

Your journey starts along the Alley of the Fallen Heroes. Strolling down its tree-lined path, you head away from Volga central embankment to pay homage to a WWII veteran – the famous Poplar. Walking down the Alley you reach Square of the Fallen Heroes, the central square in all of Volgograd.

Now it’s a time to say good bye to Russia. You will be transferred to your hotel, made check out there, move to the airport and board your flight back to your home country.

Day 1
Arrival

Welcome to Russia! On your arrival our tour guide will greet you at the airport and transfer you to your hotel for check-in. Spend rest of your day at leisure, relax and get prepared for an exciting full day of touring tomorrow!

Day 2
Moscow

Capturing Moscow in a day means hitting Red Square early and forking out from there. Never forget to bring the good walking shoes. This itinerary takes you inside theKremlin walls, provides you a glimpse at busy Tverskaya Street, and leaves you the evening to explore the artsy Arbat neighborhood. Try to do this tour on a day when the Kremlin is open (it's closed on Thurs). If that's not possible, use those extra morning hours for wandering the Kitai-Gorod neighborhood on the other side of Red Square. Start: Metro to Ploshchad Revolutsii, Okhotny Ryad, Alexandrovsky Sad, or Teatralnaya -- -then head to Red Square.

Day 3
St. Petersburg

This exciting tour begins at Palace Square and the Hermitage, for passionate morning of history and art that gives context for the rest of the St. Petersburg experience. A walk along the ridge and thru the Neva to the Peter and Paul Fortress rounds out the day. An optional stroll along Nevsky Prospekt is reserved for evening. Don't do this tour on Monday, when the Hermitage is closed.

Day 4
Volgograd

Your journey starts along the Alley of the Fallen Heroes. Strolling down its tree-lined path, you head away from Volga central embankment to pay homage to a WWII veteran – the famous Poplar. Walking down the Alley you reach Square of the Fallen Heroes, the central square in all of Volgograd.

Now it’s a time to say good bye to Russia. You will be transferred to your hotel, made check out there, move to the airport and board your flight back to your home country.

Russia is a big home to ecosystem and various species. Forests in Russia has very rare animals which are not present in many other countries like Asiatic black bear, snow leopards, snow bears and more. Russia’s most famous animal is a Russian Siberian tiger. Russia is full of either deserts or frozen coastlines. Russia is known all over the world for thinkers and artists.

Day 1
Arrival

Welcome to Russia! On your arrival our tour guide will greet you at the airport and transfer you to your hotel for check-in. Spend rest of your day at leisure, relax and get prepared for an exciting full day of touring tomorrow!

Day 2
Moscow

Capturing Moscow in a day means hitting Red Square early and forking out from there. Never forget to bring the good walking shoes. This itinerary takes you inside theKremlin walls, provides you a glimpse at busy Tverskaya Street, and leaves you the evening to explore the artsy Arbat neighborhood. Try to do this tour on a day when the Kremlin is open (it's closed on Thurs). If that's not possible, use those extra morning hours for wandering the Kitai-Gorod neighborhood on the other side of Red Square. Start: Metro to Ploshchad Revolutsii, Okhotny Ryad, Alexandrovsky Sad, or Teatralnaya -- -then head to Red Square.

Day 3
St. Petersburg

This exciting tour begins at Palace Square and the Hermitage, for passionate morning of history and art that gives context for the rest of the St. Petersburg experience. A walk along the ridge and thru the Neva to the Peter and Paul Fortress rounds out the day. An optional stroll along Nevsky Prospekt is reserved for evening. Don't do this tour on Monday, when the Hermitage is closed.

Day 4
Volgograd

Your journey starts along the Alley of the Fallen Heroes. Strolling down its tree-lined path, you head away from Volga central embankment to pay homage to a WWII veteran – the famous Poplar. Walking down the Alley you reach Square of the Fallen Heroes, the central square in all of Volgograd.

Now it’s a time to say good bye to Russia. You will be transferred to your hotel, made check out there, move to the airport and board your flight back to your home country.

  • State Hermitage Museum and Winter Palace
With over 3 million pieces of artwork from around the world, State Hermitage Museum and Winter Palace is home to the world’s largest collection of paintings.
  • Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood
Perhaps Russia’s most recognizable building, theChurch of Our Savior on Spilled Blood is elaborately decorated and contains more mosaics than any other church in the world.
  • Grand Palace
Visit Great Palace, the summer residence of Russian monarchy, to see glittering halls and Peter the Great’s velvet throne.

Day 1
Arrival

Welcome to Russia! On your arrival our tour guide will greet you at the airport and transfer you to your hotel for check-in. Spend rest of your day at leisure, relax and get prepared for an exciting full day of touring tomorrow!

Day 2
Moscow

Capturing Moscow in a day means hitting Red Square early and forking out from there. Never forget to bring the good walking shoes. This itinerary takes you inside theKremlin walls, provides you a glimpse at busy Tverskaya Street, and leaves you the evening to explore the artsy Arbat neighborhood. Try to do this tour on a day when the Kremlin is open (it's closed on Thurs). If that's not possible, use those extra morning hours for wandering the Kitai-Gorod neighborhood on the other side of Red Square. Start: Metro to Ploshchad Revolutsii, Okhotny Ryad, Alexandrovsky Sad, or Teatralnaya -- -then head to Red Square.

Day 3
St. Petersburg

This exciting tour begins at Palace Square and the Hermitage, for passionate morning of history and art that gives context for the rest of the St. Petersburg experience. A walk along the ridge and thru the Neva to the Peter and Paul Fortress rounds out the day. An optional stroll along Nevsky Prospekt is reserved for evening. Don't do this tour on Monday, when the Hermitage is closed.

Day 4
Volgograd

Your journey starts along the Alley of the Fallen Heroes. Strolling down its tree-lined path, you head away from Volga central embankment to pay homage to a WWII veteran – the famous Poplar. Walking down the Alley you reach Square of the Fallen Heroes, the central square in all of Volgograd.

Now it’s a time to say good bye to Russia. You will be transferred to your hotel, made check out there, move to the airport and board your flight back to your home country.

Currency  

Russian ruble

Best Time to Visit  

Late spring – early June

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Flights
Language  

Russian

Religion  

Orthodox

 

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Price From AEDد.إ1,185/person

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