"When thinking of Russia, two great cities immediately spring to mind: Moscow and St Petersburg."
Explore the wonder of this two incredible cities on this monumental 13-day itinerary from Tauck. The Waterways of the Tsars tour is an unforgettable way to experience the history and culture of this unique and mysterious country.
The tour includes multiple days in both Moscow and St Petersburg, touring such landmarks as Moscow's Kremlin and Red Square, and the Catherine Palace and Hermitage in St Petersburg. But, there is another side of Russia; quaint Golden Ring towns like Yaroslavl and Uglich that only a river cruise can expose. See opulent palaces, discover fortified monasteries and visit beautiful churches and cathedrals.
Arrive in Moscow and transfer to your ship. Enjoy free time before dinner.
Relax this morning and enjoy an early lunch before your half-day-tour of Moscow.
Today you have a full day to further explore Moscow's many buildings, parks and monuments.
After breakfast, travel to the city's famous red brick enclosure known as the Kremlin.
Cruise through the morning before taking a walking tour of Uglich in the afternoon.
Arrive this morning in Yaroslav, another Golden Ring city.
We dock this morning in Kuzino, a typical Russian village.
We cruise through the morning, admiring the tranquil waters of Lake Onega, Europe’s second largest lake.
Spend a relaxing day cruising Russia's intricate waterways.
Sail on the Neva River into St Petersburg early this morning.
Today's excursion goes to the Pushkin area where you visit Catherine Place.
You have the day free to see the sights that interest you.
After breakfast, disembark and proceed to the airport for your return flight.
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