Moscow - St. Petersburg 2021
Moscow - St. Petersburg 2021
Ship: MS Tchaikovsky
Starts: Moscow, Russia on Sat, May 08, 2021
Ends: St. Petersburg, Russia on Mon, May 17, 2021
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River Cruise Itinerary
Day 1 (Sat, May 08, 2021): Moscow
Arrival in Moscow, embarkation. In case you need a transfer upon arrival, please, see details and costs here. A nice choice of optional tours is offered while the ship is in Moscow. Today it might be a full day on your own: the ship is docked within 10- or 20-minute walk from the metro station; metro ride to the city center takes some 25 minutes; and Moscow is yet to reveal its numerous secrets - so enjoy your personal discoveries! Dinner aboard.
Day 2 (Sun, May 09, 2021): Moscow
Sightseeing motor coach tour of this ancient Russian capital also includes Tverskaya Street, Red Square with St. Basil's Cathedral, Bolshoi Theater, Novodevichy Convent and Moscow State University for a panoramic view. Please, note that itinerary of Moscow city-tour is highly dependent upon traffic jams - the jams are hard to predict and they might be quite heavy. Breakfast, lunch and dinner aboard.
Day 3 (Mon, May 10, 2021): Moscow
Morning tour of the Kremlin. The Moscow Kremlin is the former residence of the Russian Czars, an architectural ensemble of unique beauty, which took shape between the 15th and the 20th centuries. The center of the Kremlin is the Cathedral Square, a unique complex of masterpieces of medieval architecture. The architectural ensemble of the Cathedral Square consists of several temples and palaces; one of them, the Assumption Cathedral, is the oldest Moscow Kremlin church, and one of the most important ones in Russia. On the Kremlin grounds there are also the famous Czar Cannon of the 16th century and the Czar Bell of the 18th century. Breakfast, lunch and dinner aboard.
Day 4 (Tue, May 11, 2021): Uglich
Take a walking tour of this lovely 10th century town, one of Russia's most ancient. Visit the Uglich Kremlin and its churches and see beautiful Church of St. Dmitry on the Blood also from the inside. Enjoy great singing from a local choir. Explore the popular Flea Market. In times of the USSR Uglich was a watch-making center. Millions used the local watch brand Chayka (Seagull). The manufacturer has now moved to the premium segment, specializing also in silver and golden watches. You can find these well-designed watches in Uglich at the local stores. Breakfast, lunch and dinner aboard.
Day 5 (Wed, May 12, 2021): Goritsy
On our list today there will be a bus trip to the Monastery of St. Cyril of the White Lake. The monastery was founded in 1397 on the bank of Lake Siverskoye, to the south of the town of Beloozero, in the present-day Vologda Oblast. The Czar Ivan the Terrible not only had his own cell in the cloister, but also planned to take monastic vows here. Back then it was also a political prison for high-ranking officials. Breakfast, lunch and dinner aboard.
Day 6 (Thu, May 13, 2021): Kizhi
Kizhi is one of the real Russian wonders and a UNESCO World Heritage site. There will be a walking tour around this open air museum of amazing wooden architecture. Wooden houses that are traditional for the Russian North are also visited during this tour. Travelers get to know the traditional way of life and learn about crafts of the locals. This also includes the production of so called “plowshares” – that wooden “squama” covering the onion domes of Kizhi. Breakfast, lunch and dinner aboard.
Day 7 (Fri, May 14, 2021): River Village Mandrogi
Docking at Mandrogi is called a "green stop". The nature there is very green and picturesque. On the other hand travelers have a "green light" to spend lots of time on their own. They get a chance to contact local villagers, to learn about traditional Russian crafts and to experience Russian cuisine. They can buy souvenirs or take a little walk through the beautiful forests of Northern Russia. The Museum of Russian Vodka is a highlight of this splendid green stop. Breakfast, BBQ for lunch and dinner aboard. *at times the stop in Mandrogi might be replaced by a stop in Svirstroy or Lodeynoye Pole. The cognitive experience will be a similar one.
Day 8 (Sat, May 15, 2021): St. Petersburg
Our cruise ship is in St. Petersburg. Upon arrival there will be a sightseeing motor coach tour around St. Petersburg that is the highlight of your Russian River adventure. The Czar Peter the Great accomplished what could have seemed impossible back in those days - he built a remarkable European city on really swampy lands. Enjoy the extravagant baroque architecture of the city center; enjoy Nevsky Prospect, the Palace Square and the Smolny Convent. A nice choice of optional tours is offered while the ship is in St. Petersburg. Breakfast, lunch and dinner aboard.
Day 9 (Sun, May 16, 2021): St. Petersburg
There will be more of the city & the Hermitage tour today. This morning, visit the many wonders of the elegant Winter Palace, which today houses the Hermitage Museum, one of the largest art and cultural museums in the world. The Hermitage is one of the world's most famous and the most prestigious museums, and is a must-see for all first-time travelers to the city. With over 3 million items in its collection, it also definitely rewards repeat visits, and new-comers can only hope to get a brief taste of the riches on offer here, from Impressionist masterpieces to fascinating Oriental treasures. Breakfast, lunch and dinner aboard.
Day 10 (Mon, May 17, 2021): St. Petersburg
Time to bid farewell to your new friends and the elegant city of St. Petersburg. Disembarkation after breakfast.
Your Price Includes
commodations in outside cabins, each with private bathroom facilities, individual temperature control and large picture window. Cabins on Lower Decks have non-opening portholes.
Three meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner) per day in the ship’s restaurant with the same menu for all passengers irrespective of cabin category; meal service begins with dinner on day of embarkation and ends with breakfast on day of disembarkation.
Captain’s welcome Cocktail Reception.
Gala farewell dinner aboard.
Full sightseeing programs in each of the ports of call, transfers upon arrival/departure.
Luggage handling to/from the ship.
Lectures, provided by our guides.
Russian or Ukrainian language and song lessons.
Nightly entertainment and dancing.
Daily aerobics (if scheduled).
Tour of the ship’s bridge.
Our Cruise Director and professional staff.
All our cruise ships are fully air conditioned and have outside-facing cabins.
Baggage: excess baggage, forwarding of baggage/souvenirs.
Luggage handling in the airport.
Gratuities: gratuities for Cruise Director, ship’s crew members, guides and drivers are not included and are at passenger’s discretion.
Miscellaneous items of personal nature such as laundry, bar charges, beauty salon, telephone cable charges and medical services are not included.
Our Cruise Company shall organize shore excursions (standard and optional) in Moscow, St. Petersburg, and all towns along the cruise itinerary, entertainment program onboard, sale of additional excursions onboard and guarantees the due quality of tours. Other companies (their representatives and tour leaders) have no right to organize shore excursions.
Please be informed that all pre/post cruise services (additional arrival/departure transfers, hotel accommodation, additional excursions, etc.) can be also arranged by us.
Wi-Fi is available on all ships with the following tariffs.
$5 per device/per cruise day.
$15 per device/per 7 cruise days.
$25 per device/per 10 cruise days
*tariffs are by independent service provider that has the right to change them