Coach & Guide


Meet with our English-Speaking guide at airport

Transfer to hotel for check in

City tour including visit of Nevsky prospect 

This is a 3 hour orientation tour that will take you around the city and to the famous stops and buildings of St. Petersburg. Each stop will be approximately 10-25 minutes, allowing you enough time to take pictures or learn more about the monuments. Entry tickets are not included in the city tour.   The city tour will cover the main street located in the heart of the city: Nevsky avenue; along with the Bronze Horseman: a monument of Emperor Peter I, who opened the window to Europe for Russia. Peter and Paul’s fortress, Blood of the Savior Cathedral and the majestic Isaac Cathedral will also be covered in the tour. We will cross the Palace Bridge, Mars Field and Hermitage Museum among others and also famous Kazan Cathedral. Nevskiy is the main street in the city of St. Petersburg, Russia, named after the 13th-century Russian prince Alexander Nevsky. Planned by Peter the Great as the beginning of the road to Novgorod and Moscow, the avenue runs from the Admiralty to the Moscow Railway Station and, after making a turn at Vosstaniya Square, to the Alexander Nevsky Lavra. The chief sights include the Rastrelliesque Stroganov Palace, the huge neoclassical Kazan Cathedral, the Art Nouveau Bookhouse, Elisseeff Emporium, half a dozen 18th-century churches, a monument to Catherine the Great, an enormous 18th-century shopping mall, a mid-19th-century department store, the Russian National Library, the Anichkov Bridge with its horse statues, and the Singer House.

19:30 Dinner at Indian restaurant

Transfer to hotel for check in

21:30 Overnight at the hotel


Coach & Guide from 10:00-23:00

Breakfast at hotel

10:00 Meet with our English-Speaking guide and departure for excursion

Visit to the Hermitage museum 

The second-largest art museum in the world was founded in 1764. Its collections, of which only a small part is on permanent display, comprise over three million items (the numismatic collection accounts for about one-third of them) including the largest collection of paintings in the world. The collections occupy a large complex of six historic buildings along Palace Embankment, including the Winter Palace, a former residence of Russian emperors.

13:30 Lunch at Indian restaurant

Visit to the Kazan Cathedral

Kazan Cathedral also known as the Cathedral of Our Lady of Kazan, is a cathedral of the Russian Orthodox Church on the Nevsky Prospekt. It is dedicated to Our Lady of Kazan, one of the most venerated icons in Russia. The cathedral was built as a memorial to the Russian victory against Napoleon and is a beautiful building with bronze doors, sculptures and icons created by the best Russian artists of the day.

18:00 Dinner at Indian restaurant

Ballet Performance

Russian ballet is traditionally combines the following elements: morality, grandeur, professionalism, and spirituality. It was two hundred years ago as well it stays today. Classical performance includes such well-known works as: “Don Quixote”, “Bayadere”, “Sleeping beauty”, “Raymond”, “Swan lake”. The most visited ones are “Giselle,” “La Sylphide”, “Le Corsaire”, “Esmeralda” and “Paquita”. The classical one always has a constant strict structure – each act begins with a short pantomime, then there is a manifestation of divertissement or grand-pa. As a rule, the work ends quite rapidly.

23:00 Overnight at the hotel


Coach & Guide from 10:00 – 21:00 hrs

Breakfast at hotel

10:00 Meet with our English-Speaking guide and departure for excursion

Visit to the Peterhof and Gardens

Peterhof, rightfully called the “Russian Versailles”, and in former days “Petrodvorets”, was the main summer residence of the tsars. Located on the southern coast of the Gulf of Finland near the sea and about 30 kilometres from St. Petersburg, it is undoubtedly one of the main centres of interest of the former tsar’s capital. Construction on the Grand Palace was initiated under the reign of Peter I as his summer residence, designed by the French architect Leblond, and was continued afterwards by the Rococo master, bar tolomeo Rastrelli. Its main attractions are the monumental Ceremonial Staircase, the luxuriously gilded Ball Room and the private rooms of Peter I, such as the Oak Studio and the Throne Room. Even considering the magnificent interiors of the Grand Palace, the main interest of the visit is the park, where many small palaces, monuments and pavilions are scattered throughout the beautiful gardens. Don’t miss its famous ensemble of 150 fountains and three cascades, decorated with splendid golden statues, as well as its amazing “water play” which will surprise you during your promenade in park.

13:30 Lunch at Indian restaurant

Neva river cruise

St. Petersburg is rightfully called the “Northern Venice”, as it was built on the marshy area on the delta of the Neva River. Because of its location the architects had to design a major, complex system of canals for drainage to surmount the environment – more than 100 canals spanning 300 kilometers were built in total, a trademark of the city today. Cruising along the canals and rivers in St. Petersburg is undoubtedly both the best way to get acquainted with the unique spirit of the former imperial capital and to admire the facades of the city, along with its pink granite embankments and several of its 350 bridges, each with a specific name and history. The most beautiful bridges have decorative wrought-iron railings and ornamental sculptures.

19:00 Dinner at Indian restaurant

21:00 Overnight at the hotel


Coach & Guide in ST. PETERSBURG for the transfer

Coach & Guide in MOSCOW

Breakfast at hotel and Check out

Meet with our English-Speaking guide and departure to the railway station

Departure to St. Petersburg by SAPSAN train – consider 09:00 train Arrival to Moscow

Meet with our English-Speaking guide at railway station

14:00 Lunch at Indian restaurant

Transfer to hotel for check in

City tour of Moscow

The city tour is a 4-hour tour of Moscow by bus. This is a half-day orientation tour that will take you around the city and cover Moscow’s landmarks. We will stop for approximately 10-20 minutes at each place. This is an orientation tour and does not include any entry tickets. We will stop at the city center for a quick visit to the Red Square, where the colorful St. Basil’s Cathedral is located. This cathedral has shaped the identity of Russia for years. The State Universal Mega Mall is located very close to the city center and is a great place to shop the famous brands. Across the street is the stunning Bolshoi Theatre, where the popular ballet- Swan Lake is usually provided.

20:00 Dinner at Indian restaurant

22:00 Overnight at the hotel

Day 05 – MOSCOW

Coach & Guide from 10:00 – 23:00 hrs

Breakfast at hotel

10:00 Meet with our English-Speaking guide and departure for excursion

Visit to the Kremlin

The word “Kremlin” in Russian means fortress, and in early Rus every important town had a fortress encircled by a wall where the main buildings, churches, and cathedrals were located and protected. The Moscow fortress, the cradle of the city, is the main fortress in the country and has been designated by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. Built in the 12th century, it took the form we know today in the 15th century. It is an excellent reflection of the different stages of Russian art; a single monumental center of architecture, painting, and decorative and applied arts. The best craftsmen and artists worked on its churches, cathedrals, and palaces, bequeathing to us their priceless work framing the power and fame of Russia that is concentrated in its unforgettable alleyways and different sections. The Kremlin is even today the seat of some of the main political and religious government bodies: The President’s Palace, different administrative and military buildings such as the Senate and Armoury, and numerous churches and cathedrals. Its walls, 19 meters high and 2235 meters long, tower above the Moskva River and Red Square and are made from eight-kilogram bricks. We will visit the fortress, enjoying the view of the world’s biggest “tsar bell”, forged in 1733, and the “tsar cannon”, one of the biggest guns ever made in the entire world. Forged in 1586 by Andrew Chokhov, its purpose was to defend the gate of the Spasskaya tower, though it has never been used. The Cathedral Square is an architectural jewel, flanked by the Dormition Cathedral, the Cathedral of the Annunciation, and the Cathedral of the Archangel.

13:30 Lunch at Indian restaurant

Metro tour in Moscow

Famous for being the most beautiful metro system in the world, each metro station has a story to tell. An entirely different design for each station, the Russian metro is a sight for sore eyes with the statues and chandeliers that line the ceilings! On the way, we will stop at various metro stations to learn about the history of each station and appreciate the marble floors, mosaic, and stain glass work that makes these metro stations so tasteful and elegant. While some stations look like palaces, others look like picture galleries.

Visit of Arbat street

Walking on Arbat street. The Arbat is one of the most famous and oldest streets in Russian capital — it has been existed since the 15th century. Originally the street was a part of an important trade route. Then a large number of craftsmen set up their stores there. In the 18th century, Arbat became the most prestigious living area in Moscow. In 1812, during Napoleon’s occupation of Moscow the street was destroyed by the great fire and then rebuilt. In the 19th and early 20th centuries the Arbat was home of residences of Russian nobility. In 1993 this famous pedestrian street of Moscow marked its 500th birthday. Nowadays the Arbat Street is one of the most expensive and desirable places to live. The Old Arbat Street is one of the symbols of old Moscow, which was celebrated in poems, novels, songs and movies.

Moscow Circus performance

The Moscow Circus started in Russia more than 80 years and now the Russian capital can boast of two fascinating circuses striking the spectators with wide technical possibilities and amazing performers. Various shows including acrobats, trapeze artists, clowns, balancers, horses, dogs, tigers, showgirls and loads more get the roar of applause from the audience thrown into ecstasy by the unbelievable skills of circus artists. Every year the performers of Moscow circuses take part in the most prestigious international festivals and contests winning highest awards.

21:00 Dinner at Indian restaurant

23:00 Overnight at the hotel

Day 06 – MOSCOW

Coach & Guide for transfer

Breakfast at hotel and Check out

Meet with our English-Speaking guide and transfer to airport

And fly back with wonderful Memories