This is a short river cruise by a luxury ship. Besides the Two Capitals, it also takes you to the ancient towns of Uglich and Goritsy, Kizhi island with its outstanding wooden architecture, and Mandrogui village famous for traditional handicrafts.
This is our most popular cruise that covers all the significant towns on Moscow to St. Petersburg route. Besides the Two Capitals, you will visit the ancient towns of Uglich, Yaroslavl, and Goritsy, the island of Kizhi, and Mandrogui village.
With this 12-day cruise, you will visit Russia's largest cities - Moscow and St. Petersburg - and several charming small towns and villages, all rich in Russian culture and history: Uglich, Yaroslavl, Goritsy, Kizhi, and Mandrogui
Our Moscow St. Petersburg cruises run in both directions. You can either choose a cruise starting in Moscow and finishing in St. Petersburg or vice versa. No matter which direction you choose, you will sail along the magnificent Volga River, the peaceful White Lake, the winding Svir River, Lake Onega full of picturesque islands, the Baltic Channel – one of the most important engineering projects of the early Soviet era, Lake Ladoga – the largest freshwater lake in Europe, and the famous Neva River. Besides enjoying wonderful river views and a relaxing cruise atmosphere, you will also have an exciting sightseeing program. Moscow will impress you with it medieval Kremlin, great selection of historic buildings, monumental Stalinist architecture and its vibrant atmosphere. St. Petersburg will enchant you with its romantic feel and its stunning, Imperial palaces. The small towns that lie in between ‘the two capitals’ also have a lot to offer: ancient Russian churches and monasteries, fine examples of wooden architecture, splendid views and tranquil atmospheres.
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