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06 июня 2020
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Russian Explorer 2015, 7 nights Moscow & St Petersburg

First class Hotels, “Sapsan” Day Train from Moscow to St Petersburg
8 day English Language Guaranteed Departure Tour of Moscow and St Petersburg
The perfect solution for individuals to book a low cost, no hassle, guaranteed Russian tour with no risk of cancelled tours.

Join our well organized, guaranteed departure group tour, with arrival and departure transfers, plus comprehensive
sightseeing package included, allowing free time to explore independently.
Our tours start on Saturday (see dates below) and are guaranteed to run with a minimum of 2 passengers.
Book your own flight/train to Moscow and departing from St Petersburg and we will do the rest.
Moscow is the thriving heart of business with fabulous architecture reflecting Stalin’s influences, alongside historical
churches. It offers designer shops, leafy parks, great restaurants and a wealth of art and culture.
St Petersburg is a calm contrast. Peter’s ‘Window on the West’ displays classic Italian architecture and canals, which are
reminiscent of some of Europe’s finest cities.

The EXPLORER includes plenty of sightseeing for those who like to have pre-organised excursions to look
forward to. For those who like just an introduction to the city and time to make their own way, we have the
‘INDEPENDENT EXPLORER’, still with our great local support and
some included services.

Tour Itinerary in Moscow and St Petersburg

Day 1 (Saturday)
Upon arrival in Moscow, you will be met at the airport and transferred to your hotel to check in for 3 nights at the 4
star Holiday Inn Sokolniki Hotel. Conveniently located by Sokolniki metro station – just 6 stops from the city centre
with no changes. Evening at leisure. (Check in from 14.00 hrs)

Day 2 (Sunday)
After breakfast, our English speaking tour guide will meet you at Reception at 10.00am for an orientation tour of the
city, starting with a tour, on foot, of some of the spectacular underground metro stations in Moscow, known as the
‘Palaces of the People’ when they were first built. You will be amazed at the beautiful sculptures, bronzes, mosaics
and crystal chandeliers. Later, by coach, you will see some of the famous landmarks and places to which you may
return at your leisure. The tour sights include Red Square, the Kremlin, Sparrow Hills, Bolshoi Theatre, Cathedral of
Christ the Saviour, Victory Park, Novodevichy Convent, the White House and the famous Moscow streets. Tour
concludes at around 16.00hrs at the hotel or you may stay in the city and make your own way back to the hotel.
No entrances included today. Evening at leisure.

Day 3 (Monday)
After breakfast, your guide will take you to the famous landmark of the city, the magnificent Kremlin. Within the
territory is the fascinating Armoury Museum, your guide will include a visit to this spectacular collection of costumes,
silver and arms amongst a vast treasure trove of exhibits. Return to the hotel at around 13.00 or you may stay in the
city for further exploration and make your own way back to the hotel. ASLA Travel Group Limited
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Entrances today: Kremlin, 1 Cathedral, Armoury museum Evening at leisure.

Day 4 (Tuesday)
Check-out at your leisure before 12.00. Free time until early afternoon departure transfer from the hotel to the railway
station. Be ready in reception for transfer to Leningradsky rail station for your journey from Moscow to St Petersburg
on the high speed Sapsan train. Departs Moscow at 16.30 hrs. Arriving at approximately 20.45 hrs, transfer with our
local guide and check in to the 4 star Solo Sokos Vasilievsky Hotel . Evening at leisure.

Day 5 (Wednesday)
After breakfast, departing at 10.00 hrs, your panoramic orientation tour of the city will commence. You will see all the
major sights of this beautiful city, St Petersburg. You will see the world-renowned Hermitage Museum, housed in the
Winter Palace, Peter and Paul Fortress and pass along Nevsky Prospect. St Isaac’s cathedral is also on our route, as
well as the Church on the Spilled Blood. Included is a visit to Peter and Paul Fortress, a fort which guards the city of
St Petersburg, located on the island, facing the Hermitage and dominating River Neva. Built as a fortification during
the Russian-Swedish war, it was never used as a fortress and its bastions were turned into political prison cells.
There a son of Peter the Great, Prince Alexei, a famous pretender to the throne, Princess Tarakanova, writer
Radischev, Decembrists and revolutionaries were held as prisoners. Peter and Paul Cathedral, designed by Tresini,
contains the remains of Russian rulers since 1725.
Return to the hotel at around 14.00 or you may stay in the city for further exploration and make your own way back to
the hotel. Entrances today: Peter and Paul Fortress Evening at leisure.

Day 6 (Thursday)
After breakfast, departing at 10.00 hrs*, your guide will take you to visit the Hermitage Museum – the magnificent
collection of art in the winter palace of Catherine the Great. One of the largest museums in the World, founded in
1764; its collection includes over 2.7 million items, including masterpieces of Leonardo Da Vinci, Raphael, Rodin,
Rembrandt, Rubens, French impressionists, – a feast for art lovers. Return to the hotel at around 14.00 hrs or you
may stay on at the Hermitage and return to the hotel on your own at your leisure. *Timings may vary and will be
confirmed by your guide
Entrances today: Hermitage museum. Evening at leisure.

Day 7 (Friday)
After breakfast at the hotel, you will be taken by your guide to visit one of St Petersburg’s most prized Palaces. In the
town of Pushkin (formerly Tsarskoye Selo) 29km south of St. Petersburg, is Catherine’s Summer Palace. The
construction of the palace for the Empress Catherine started in 1717. A park in the French style was laid out around
the palace and, in the middle of 18th century, Tsarskoye Selo became the official royal residence. This palace is
famous for the ‘Amber Room’, now completely restored to its former glory. Not far from the Catherine’s Palace there
is the Lyceum where the great poet Alexander Pushkin studied. Return to your hotel early/mid afternoon.
Entrances today: Catherine’s Palace. Evening at leisure.

Day 8 (Saturday)
After breakfast at your hotel, check out by 12.00 am and your departure transfer will be provided to the airport / station as
required. Further services / programme extensions can be provided upon request.