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Russia’s Golden Ring

Onion-domed churches, medieval monasteries, traditional crafts and beautifully unspoilt countryside characterise the string of ancient settlements to the north-east of Moscow, known as the Golden Ring. Starting in Moscow, take a detour via these quaint towns and villages en route to St Petersburg – the final stop on the tour....

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Moscow: Art of the Russian Revolution

In the centenary of the 1917 Russianrevolution, travel to Moscow withexpert art historians Andrew Spira orMonica Bohm-Duchen to explore theart inspired by the Bolshevik seizure ofpower and the upheaval that followed.The movement to ensure that thearts served the new ideology of thedictatorship of the proletariat fed theRussian avant-garde, striving to...

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St Petersburg: Pictures & Palaces

St Petersburg has remained almost unchanged since it was built in the 18th and 19th centuries. Conceived by Peter the Great as a ‘window to the west’, the city became a living exhibit of Russia’s status as an important European nation. Situated on a network of canals, the light reflects...

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St Petersburg Highlights

Built over 300 years ago by Peter theGreat as his ‘window on the west’,St Petersburg is a city unlike any other.In between the peaceful riversidewalkways and canals the city is packedwith the grandiose relics of tsarist days:visit grand parks, imperial palaces, theformer citadel and museums burstingwith treasures. Itinerary Details Day...

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Classic Russia

Russia’s two greatest cities provide an ideal base from which to explore the country’s rich and diverse cultural and historical heritage. Moscow is now the epicentre of the ‘new Russia’ while St Petersburg is renowned for its magnificent palaces, worldclass museums, elegant canals and grand architecture. Itinerary Details Day 1:...

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Majestic Russia

From Red Square and the Kremlin in Moscow to the imperial palaces of St Petersburg, join a group of like-minded solo travellers on a 7-day tour visiting some of the best attractions that Russia has to offer. Both cities are renowned for their world-class museums and grand architecture, and each...

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Moscow Highlights

Moscow, the epicentre of the ‘new Russia’, is where ancient monasteries and churches mix with Soviet-era architecture and skyscrapers. This 4-night break takes in the incredible cultural and artistic heritage of Russia’s capital, from the reign of the tsars to the more recent Communist legacy. Visit fortress-like palaces, glittering cathedrals,...

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Volga Russian cruise with the Volga Dream – Moscow to the Caspian Sea

This 12 night cruise discovers traditional Russia, visiting places off the beaten track. Combining Russia’s beautiful countryside, the famous city’s of the Volga River like Volgograd and Kazan with the culturally rich capital of Moscow, this tour is a good way of exploring Soviet era towns with small picturesque villages....

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Volga Dream Cruise

Visit both the more rural settings of Russia and the major sights of its two key cities – Moscow and St Petersburg – on this cruise along the scenic rivers, lakes and canals of the Volga. Set amid the countryside of the upper Volga region are the magical medieval towns...

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Trans-Siberian Railway Aboard the Golden Eagle

Traversing the expanse of Russia, from Moscow to Vladivostok, the Trans-Siberian Express line covers 9,000 kilometres, passing through eight time zones and 80 towns and cities. Highlights of the journey include Kazan and the Unesco-protected Kremlin, Novosibirsk, Irkutsk, the capital of Siberia, and a barbeque on the beach at the...

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