Cruise: Volga Dream Classic Moscow - St. Petersburg

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Tour details
Duration: 11 days / 10 nights
Type: 5-star cruise
From: $3,998 per person
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Closest Dates

Jul 26 - Aug 5, 2015

FREE ECONOMY CLASS AIRFARES TO RUSSIA
LIMITED-TIME OFFER VALID UNTIL OCTOBER 31, 2014

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Day 1
Arrival in Moscow -
Upon arrival your driver meets you at the airport and transfers to your centrally-located 5-star St. Regis Nikolskaya Hotel. Free evening.
Day 2
Kremlin & Moscow City Tours -
After breakfast you enjoy a guided tour of the Kremlin and the Armoury Chamber, walk through Red Square and have a photo-stop near the St. Basil's Cathedral. Free evening. Lunch is included.
Day 3
Tretyakov Gallery Tour & Embarkation -
After breakfast you have a guided tour of the Tretyakov Gallery and a short Moscow Subway ride. After the tour you are transferred to the port to board MS Volga Dream. In the evening you enjoy Welcome Dinner on board.
Day 4
Stop in Uglich -
Today you make a stop in Uglich and visit the Church of St. Dimitry-on-Blood and the St. John's Church where you enjoy the concert of choral music.
Day 5
Stop in Yaroslavl -
Today you visit the Church of Elijah the Prophet and the Spassky Monastery, walk along the river embankment and participate in a costumed reception held in a governor's house.
Day 6
Stop in Goritsy -
This day you enjoy a guided walking Goritsy tour and visit its historic Monastery of St. Cyril and a museum of icons.
Day 7
Stop at Kizhi -
Today you walk through the island of Kizhi and see its famous Pogost with the massive Transfiguration Church built without a single nail, superb windmills and ancient Russian wooden houses.
Day 8
Stop in Mandrogi -
This day you cruise along the Svir River and make a stop in Mandrogi, where you have some free time to stroll around the village and buy authentic Russian souvenirs.
Day 9
Hermitage & St. Petersburg City Tour -
Today you arrive in St. Petersburg and disembark from your ship. Your guide meets you at the pier and takes you on the Hermitage Museum tour and a panoramic city tour with an inside visit of the Peter and Paul Cathedral. Lunch is included. After the tour you are transferred to your 5-star State Hermitage Hotel for check-in.
Day 10
Trip to Peterhof -
After breakfast you venture to Peterhof and visit its famous Grand Palace and the Lower Park. Free evening.
Day 11
Departure from St. Petersburg -
After breakfast you check out from the hotel and your driver transfers you to the airport for your flight back home.
Reviews about this trip

Matt Will

Having been on other first class cruises (river and otherwise), Volga Dream sets the standard in terms of service, luxury, accommodations, and excursions for a river cruise. Volga Dream advertises as the only 5 star river cruise in Russia. Based on my experience and speaking to guests on other cruise ships, their claim seems 100% true. My research before, during and after told me, Volga Dream is the best and only choice for River Cruises in Russia.

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What's included

tick International flights from major hub airports that have direct links with Moscow and Saint Petersburg, including NYC in North America, London, Paris, Amsterdam and Frankfurt in Europe, Johannesburg in Africa, Beijing, Hong Kong and Shanghai in Asia, Abu Dhabi and Dubai in the Middle East;
   
tick Accommodation in best 5-star hotels in Moscow (St. Regis Nikolskaya Hotel) and St. Petersburg (Hermitage Hotel);
   
tick Accommodation in all outside cabins, each with private bathroom facilities, individual climate control and large picture window;
   
tick Full sightseeing programs in each of the ports of call, guided tours in a company of specially trained guides and entrance fees;
   
tick Three meals daily in the ship's restaurant with the same menu for all passengers irrespective of cabin category;
   
tick Meals onboard MS Volga Dream include unlimited house wines, beer and soft drinks included with all lunches and dinners;
   
tick When staying in Moscow and St. Petersburg breakfast and lunches are included (note that on arrival day no meals are included and on departure day only breakfast is included);
   
tick 24 hour coffee station with complementary tea, coffee and snacks;
   
tick Captain’s Welcome Cocktail Reception and Gala Farewell Dinner;
   
tick Short on board classes on Russian history, language and even singing;
   
tick Nightly entertainment and dancing;
   
tick Tour of the ship’s bridge;
   
tick Full Russian visa processing service for US customers and visa support service (invitation) for non-US customers;
   
tick Airport transfers;
   
tick Port charges, local taxes, fuel surcharge.

Not included: optional tours, personal expenses and gratuites

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Dates Standard Twin Superior Twin Deluxe Double Deluxe Twin Junior Suite Deluxe Junior Owner's Suite Standard Single
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Hotels

St. Regis Nikolskaya Hotel, Moscow

Historic-yet-modern experience in the heart of Moscow

Opened in March 2013, this remarkable 5-star hotel nestled in the old historical building in the very heart of Moscow offers its guests everything a sophisticated traveler could expect: cozy spacious accommodations, luxury amenities, first-class service and a fantastic view on the city center over its rooftop bar.

State Hermitage Hotel, St. Petersburg

One of the most eloquent luxury hotels in the Venice of the North

On a stately trip to Saint Petersburg visitors of the Hermitage Museum can live like a Tsar in the State Hermitage Museum Official Hotel (Hermitage Hotel), one of the most eloquent of luxury hotels in St. Petersburg. Living amongst the Baroque architecture, Italian woodwork, Greek and Italian marble and luminous details for just a few days leaves visitors breathless.

Visa

Many of our cruises include visa support. We arrange visas to Russia, China, Mongolia, Ukraine and Belarus. Please refer to What's included section to see if visa service is included in this cruise program.

Our Visa Department in Washington DC provides comprehensive visa service for US citizens and residents. We will prepare your application and take it to the Russian Consulate, and make sure that it is perfect (approval rate of our applications is 99.9%). Customers from other countries can also utilize our visa support. We will issue official visa invitation, which is required for applying for Russian visa, and provide you with step-by-step instructions for the application process. 

United States customers

 

Visa service included in your cruise We will prepare your application package and submit it to the Russian Consulate in Washington DC. 

 

Visa service is not included in your cruise program You can apply for visas on your own OR you can purchase our visa services: Visa section


Customers from other countries

 

Visa service included in your cruise We will prepare your application package and submit it to the Russian Consulate in Washington DC.

 

Visa service is not included in your cruise program You can apply for visas on your own OR you can purchase our visa service. Visa section

 

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Map of Volga Dream Classic Moscow - St. Petersburg

Sights included in program

Moscow: the Kremlin

Moscow: the Kremlin

The symbol of Moscow and entire Russia, the Kremlin is often described as the 8th Wonder of the World. Learn why you should see it Why you should see it
Moscow: Tretyakov Gallery

Moscow: Tretyakov Gallery

Over one thousand years of Russia's finest art. From Rublev to Shishkin, over 170,000 exhibits of religious and modern art await Why you should see it
Moscow Subway

Moscow Subway

This is no normal Subway. An underground bunker, eloquently designed to get passengers through the city and hold the world's largest collection of Stalinist Art. Enjoy Why you should see it
Uglich

Uglich

Dating back to the 10th century Russia and reigned by Ivan the Terrible's brother Yury and the location of Ivan the Terrible's son's death. Dark, culturally rich, and an experience unlike any other Why you should see it
Yaroslavl

Yaroslavl

The second largest city behind Moscow in this part of Russia, yet beaming in provinciality with traditional clothing and craftwork in abundance. 1000 years of Russian history at your fingertips Why you should see it
Goritsy

Goritsy

The only active female monastery in this region of Russia. From religious practice to the of housing of political opponents, Goritsy is a slice of Russia's deep and diverse history Why you should see it
Kizhi Island

Kizhi Island

The quaint and quirky island life of Russia awaits. Step into the 16th century traditional life of Russia in the open air museum of Kizhi and experience the past first-hand Why you should see it
Mandrogi

Mandrogi

From homemade vodka to horse-draw carriages and traditional craftwork, this is a step back in time for every visitor. Lose yourself in tradition and folklore Why you should see it
St. Petersburg: The Hermitage Museum

St. Petersburg: The Hermitage Museum

Come experience over 2 centuries or Slavic art from paintings and graphic work to archeology and imperial porcelain exhibits. There is nothing like it Why you should see it
St. Petersburg: Peterhof Palace

St. Petersburg: Peterhof Palace

Mind-boggling fountain complex of the Peterhof Palace together with its golden statues and breathtaking parks are an absolute must-see Why you should see it

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