Group Itineraries:
Moscow - St Petersburg - Kazan, 9 nights/10 days,
Group tour 10 +1, 15+1, 20+1,25+1,
Valid 2020

from € 2352.- pp

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Itineray in brief

Day 1 - 3. Moscow

Welcome in the heart of Russia - Moscow!

Staying in Moscow city you will admire: Red Square that has been at the very centre of Russian history since the 15th century, from Ivan the Terrible’s confession of his misdeeds to the people in 1550, to great demonstrations, executions and the great parades of the Soviet Union’s military might. Ironically, “krasny” means “beautiful”; St. Basil’s Cathedral is located at the southern end of Red Square that is the almost fairy-tale like building, commissioned in 1552 by Ivan the Terrible to celebrate his conquering of Kazan; legend has it that the architect was later blinded so that he could never repeat such a building that is so traditionally Russian. It is built of brick and comprises many colourful asymmetrical helmet and onion domes situated over nine chapels; the interior is full of 16th and 17th century icons, frescoes and ceiling paintings of subtle blues and pinks; New Maiden is one of the most beautiful of the city collection of buildings, located to the south-west of the city centre, with 16 gilded domes, founded in 1524. Many noble women, including Peter the Great’s first wife and his sister took vows and spent the rest of their lives here and are buried here; The Old Tretyakov gallery is a unique museum where one can have a perfect chance to get acquainted with the best samples of the Russian art. The founders of it, brothers Pavel and Sergei Tretyakov used their family fortune to become important collectors of art. The Tretyakov gallery houses the world’s best collection of Russian icons, as well as a fantastic collection of other pre-Revolutionary Russian art.

Bolshoy theater
Moscow metro
Pushkin museum of Fine Arts
Bolshoy theater
Moscow кremlin
New Maiden Convent
Cathedral of Christ the Savior
Moscow кremlin
St.Bazil’s cathedral
Russian handicraft centre – Izmaylovo
Palace of the Tsar Alexey Mikhailovich, XVII century
Church of the Ascension in Kolomenskoye
Moscow City
Moscow tower building
Moscow International Performing Arts CenterTretyakov gallery
Sparrow Hill
All-Russian Exhibition Center (VDNKH)

On Day 3 eve you will take a comfortable overnight train to Kazan.
Train № 002
Departure from Moscow at 08.50 pm, arrival in Kazan at 08.00 am next morning (train schedule TBA)

Day 4 -6. Kazan

Explore mysterious Kazan - the "Third Capital" of Russia!

The city is famous for the peaceful co-existence of Muslim and Christian population.
Sightseeing city tour «1000 year Kazan»
  • Down city – Old Tatar Sloboda, Azimov’s and Mardjani’s mosque, Lake Kaban. The Peter and Paul Cathedral, built in 1723-26 . in the memory of visit of Kazan of Peter the I
  • Exaltation of the Cross Church and the miraculous Kazan Icon of the Mother God, brought back from Vatican to Russia due to last will of the Pope
  • Museum of 1000th anniversary of Kazan in the National Cultural Center (Panorama view of Kazan)
  • Kazan State University, Square of Freedom, Town Hall, Kremlin street, Park of 1000th anniversary of Kazan
Excursion in “Kazan Kremlin”
  • Suyumbike falling tower
  • Annunciation Cathedral. Governor Palace. Architectural monuments
  • Legendary mosque “Kuhl Sharif”, built according to the archival datas as a symbol of the Renaissance of the nation
Walking on the Prolomnaya street – the street of 4 centuries (nowadays Bauman street) Coach sightseeing to the towns Bulgar and Bilyar, the ancient capitals of Volga Bulgaria of X-XIV-th centuries:
  • Bilyar – the capital of Volga Bulgaria in the X-XII-th centuries “Huzhalar Tau” a Moslem Pilgrim Complex. “Saint Spring” – a unique place, where the beliefs of three religions co-exist: paganism, Moslem and Christianity. 444 steep stairs leading to the top of the Saint Mountain
  • Bulgar – the remains of the constructions of the XIII-XIV-th centuries. The ruins of the Cathedral mosque and Big Minaret, Khan’s tomb, North and East Mausoleums, Red, Black and White Chambers, Eastren Banyas. Visiting of historic and architectural museum


Take an eve direct flight from Kazan to St. Petersburg by Aeroflot SU 6598/Economy class (included)

Day 6 -10. St. Petersburg

Arrival in magnificent St. Petersburg!

Founded in 1703 by Peter the Great, Saint Petersburg remains one of the most romantic cities in Russia. Among the many poetical names applied to St. Petersburg the most common are “Northern Venice” and “Northern Palmyra”.
During these 4 days you will admire major breathtaking attractions of the city: Peter and Paul’s Fortress that was founded in 1703 by Peter the Great and it is the oldest building in St Petersburg, St. Isaac’s Cathedral, The Hermitage Museum with its Gold Room – it is undoubtedly the largest museum of the world, possessing over 3 million exhibits within its four buildings and attracting around 3 million visitors a year, Peterhoff – Grand Palace and Park Complex with Fountains, Yusupov Palace with Rasputin part, the Museum of Political History. The Yusupov Palace is arguably the most interesting and beautifully preserved palace in the city. All the rooms are beautifully restored and full of art, while the highlight must surely be the exquisite private theatre, built for Zineida Yusupov, where such renowned artists as Anna Pavlova and Shaliapin have performed.

Grilled fence
Monument to Peter the Great ("Bronze Horseman")
Rostral columns
Summer garden
View from boat
Upper Gardens, The Neptune Fountain. Peterhoff
The Orangery Fountain "Triton" in the Orangery Garden. Peterhoff
The Great Cascade. Peterhoff
The Great Cascade. Peterhoff
The Lion Cascade. Peterhoff
Catherine Park, Gates. Pushkin (Tsarskoe Selo)

On Day 10 morning you will take a comfortable speedy day - train (Sapsan) to Moscow.

Tour price


Hotel/Pax number10-14 pax + 1 TL FOC15-19 pax +1 TL FOC20-24 pax +1 TL FOC25-29 pax +1 TL FOC
Hotel Novotel Moscow Kievskiy 4*/Superior rooms,
hotel Ramada 4+* in Kazan /Standard rooms,
hotel Sokos Palace Bridge 4+*/5* /Standard rooms
EUR 2903EUR 2749EUR 2499EUR 2352
Single supplementEUR 477EUR 477EUR 477EUR 477

The price includes:
  • 3 nights’ (including late check -out) (strictly FRI- MON) accommodation in Moscow at hotel Novotel Moscow Kievskiy 4* – Superior rooms, buffet breakfast and VAT included
  • 1 night on Premium class train board Moscow – Kazan # 002 (2nd class tickets are included)
  • 2 nights’ accommodation in Kazan at Ramada hotel 4+*/ Standard rooms, buffet breakfast and VAT included
  • 4 nights’ accommodation in St. Pet at htl Sokos Palace Bridge 4+*/5*/Standard room
  • Internal flight Kazan – St. Petersburg (via Moscow by Aeroflot aircompany)/Economy class airline tickets are included
  • Minivan Mercedes Sprinter transportation for 10 – 14 pax + 1 TL; for 15 pax and more - a coach /a 49-seater – for arrival and departure transfers a 49-seater is provided for all the groups!
  • English-speaking guide’s services
  • All entrances to the objects specified
  • Meal plan as shown in the itinerary: FB meal plan in Kazan
  • Porterage at the airports/train-stations
  • Visa support letter