A six day classic itinerary exploring the iconic cities of Moscow and St Petersburg. Read more ...
Highlights - The Kremlin's cathedrals, The State Armoury, Tretyakov Gallery. Read more ...
Visit the architectural wonders of the nation’s capital and those of the ancient picturesque towns in the nearby Golden Ring... Read more ...
Best time to be there
May to October is the best time to enjoy the summer days. Russian winters can be extremely cold, but if well protected against the elements, is a romantic time to visit.
St Petersburg (British Airways) or Moscow (British Airways and easyJet)
3.5 to 4 hours
GMT +3 hours
Yes, obtainable in advance
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Complimentary flights on selected Eastbound departures
Book a trip aboard the legendary Trans-Siberian Express route and we will cover the cost of your economy class flights from the UK.Prices from £9,695 per person based upon two adults sharing, travelling in Silver Class with return economy class flights. Valid for travel on Eastbound departures 4 May, 1 June & 27 July 2014. Terms & conditions apply
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* Catherine's Palace at Pushkin
* Novodevichy convent
* Kremlin Territory
* Tretyakov Gallery
* St. Petersburg's Hermitage
MORE INFORMATION ABOUT RUSSIAIt's known as oiling the wheels - and nobody does it better than A&K. Absolutely nobody. Guy Richards would agree. As he landed in Moscow, anticipation mingled with dread at the prospect of the lengthy entry formalities. He needn't have worried. Stepping off the plane, he was greeted by our representative and escorted past long queues before enjoying a VIP fast track through customs and passport control. While other passengers waited in a chaotic arrivals hall, Guy was half way to his hotel in our chauffeured limo.
That start sets the tone. We understand exactly how to make your Abercrombie & Kent Russian holiday, or short break to Moscow and St Petersburg, run as smoothly as possible. Two of our five European offices are based there with staff on call round-the-clock, superb local guides - their fluent English is matched by a desire to share wide-ranging knowledge - and top notch contacts to arrange exclusive experiences. Given the country's wonderful architecture, history and culture, it can add a new dimension to your visit, from private tours of the Hermitage's off-limits departments, to expert vodka and caviar tasting.
Suggested Russia Accommodation Offers
The Ritz-Carlton is one of Moscow’s finest hotels, and looks every inch the part. From its grand exterior to its sumptuous interiors, this hotel is as upscale as it gets. What’s more...
The Rocco Forte Hotel Astoria is a member of the famed Rocco Forte Collection. Outside, it sits perfectly within its surroundings, standing shoulder to shoulder with some of the grandest buildings in the city.
The stately Belmond Grande Hotel Europe, St Petersburg is a genuine historical, cultural and culinary landmark – a stunning hotel in the heart of St Petersburg. Opened in 1824, it is ideally positioned...
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