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From the opulence of Catherine’s Palace adorned with golden detailing and an ostentatious, golden, great hall to the stunning, fractured frozen blue of Lake Baikal in winter to its ultramarine, thawed summer state, Russia has a rich and cultural history for tourists to experience as well as untouched, natural beauty in its thick Serbian forests and frozen lakes. Moscow is quintessentially the trademark for Russia, standing as a beacon for its imperial and opulent past. The red square and the Kremlin are must see for any traveller. The light sprinkle of snow in winter turns Moscow into a fairy-tale with snow-dusted colourful minarets making it look like the most extravagant gingerbread house ever.

 

Visa: Tourist visa

Currency: Russian ruble

Cox & Kings: Persia & the Silk Road aboard the Golden Eagle
This luxury rail tour takes you on a Orient Express type journey, starting in Moscow and travelling through Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan to Iran, this 17-night tour visits sites and attractions that are otherwise difficult to reach. Discover the treasures of Persia and the Middle East.
from £16995 (per person)
Back Roads Touring Baltic Highlights
This adventure delves deep into Britain’s history and culture. In England, we celebrate ‘Great British Puddings’ and trace the footsteps of writers and poets. While in North Wales and Scotland, our journey takes in spectacular scenery and dramatic castles.
Tauck Budapest to the Black Sea
Join Tauck on a Budapest river cruise as you discover towns along Romania’s Black Sea Coast.
from £4660 (per person)
Silversea Cruises Copenhagen to Stockholm
Grand capitals of Scandinavia, the Baltics and Russia unfold before you on this journey.
from £4140 (per person)
Cox & Kings 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, world-class museums, elegant canals and grand architecture.
from £1250 (per person)
Cox & Kings Helsinki & St Petersburg Solo travelers tour
Separated by the Gulf of Finland, Helsinki and St Petersburg share much in common. Spend three nights in each city and travel by the high-speed rail connection between them.
Cox & Kings Majestic Russia for solo travellers
from £1315 (per person)
Cox and Kings 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 off the water to illuminate the colourful buildings and add to the city’s beauty.
from £1545 (per person)
Great Rail Journeys Premium Trans-Siberian Express
Step on board the Golden Eagle and be transported back to the romantic age of travel as we wend our way across Russia, Mongolia and Siberia in unprecedented luxury.
from £10845 (per person)
Insight Vacations Easy Pace Russia
Discover Russia; from St Petersburg to Moscow's most famous treasures, the world's largest nation is just waiting for the keen traveler to explore.
Insight Vacations Russia, Warsaw & Baltic States
Riviera Travel Moscow & St Petersburg
from £1269 (per person)
Viking River Cruise: Waterways Of The Tsars
from £3295 (per person)
APT Treasures of Russia
Immerse yourself into the magic of real Russia. Cruise along Neva, Svir and Volga rivers to explore the idyllic Russian countryside.
from £2795 (per person)
Abercrombie and Kent Treasures of Russia
The perfect itinerary for those wanting to explore the highlights of Russia's two iconic cities, Moscow and St Petersburg. Featuring the country's finest sights - diamond regalia, onion-domed cathedrals, and Palatial museums.
from £2675 (per person)