Sightseeing tour in Moscow will cover all the major significant places of the Russian capital - you visit the Red Square, the so-called heart of the capital, and then pass through the historic Alexander Garden, walk along the Manezh Square and visit the Temple of Christ the Savior. Next, your route will allow you to evaluate the unforgettable views of the Moscow Kremlin from quay - a unique river and majestic monument to Peter the Great by sculptor Zurab Tsereteli and also view of the Kremlin from Moscow river embankment and Red Square.
Moscow Metro plays a very important role in the life of Moscovites, and still is the main transport artery of the city. It is a monument of culture, architecture, a tour of the underground transport network will reveal secrets, a secret underground city. During Moscow Metro tour you will learn about the history of the Moscow metro, the beginning of its construction and development, the functioning of the Moscow Metro during the war. Start of construction of the Moscow metro workers was carried out almost manually, at great cost of human labor and heroism. On the tour in the Moscow subway, you will be able to assess the scale and scope of the impact of construction, see the result of the labor of workers. Metropolitan of Moscow - is not just a transport system. Moscow Metro - a reflection of the country's history, according to the Moscow Metro tours you can look in the mirror of a bygone era. Metro Tour will give you the opportunity to learn first-hand information about the history of the underground, its unique technical, progressive for that time of scientific ideas, the evolution and development of the Moscow metro
During the tour in the Moscow Kremlin, you will visit the inner territory of the Kremlin, Assumption Cathedral and the Cathedral of the Archangel. Going into the Kremlin through Trinity Kutafiya tower and gate, you will see the Arsenal building, built in the time of Peter I, with captured guns of Napoleon's army. Next, you'll continue on to the Ivanovo area, the proverbial, Senate Palace, the famous Tsar Cannon, the largest weapon of its time and the Tsar Bell, which weighs about 200 tons. You will come to the famous Cathedral Square, perhaps the most beautiful square in Moscow and one of the oldest. The area is surrounded by the Belfry of Ivan the Great, Patriarch's Palace, the Church of Deposition of the Robe (home church of Moscow metropolitans), the famous Palace of Facets, Annunciation and Archangel cathedrals.
The Russian Circus rose to world acclaim during the Soviet period, when acts from many Russian circuses united to tour the United States under the title, “The Moscow Circus.” During this time, the circus, which was already important became an even more prominent piece of culture, and a point of pride. Russian Circus traditions include clowning, juggling, acrobatics, contortion, and animal acts (especially bear acts, such as bears who juggle with their feet). Stylistically, the Soviet circuses were different from their Western counterparts. Their acts were more focused on Eastern European culture, and tended to hold more narrative and be more dance oriented than their bespangled, action-packed contemporaries. This narrative style has recently become more popular with shows worldwide, with shows by companies including Cirque Dreams and Cirque Du Soleil.
Arrival to St-Petersburg, check in to the hotel
During a bus tour of St. Petersburg you will see St. Isaac's Square with the magnificent St. Isaac's Cathedral, the Bronze Horseman, the Admiralty, the ceremonial residence of the Russian emperors - Winter Palace and Church of the Savior on the Spilled Blood, the Field of Mars. Than you will see Peter and Paul Fortress from inside, Vasilevsky Island, Rostral columns, stock Exchange building
Traveling through Europe, imperator Pavel Petrovich, was struck by the beauty and harmony of the Cathedral of St. Peter's in Rome and the square in front of it, surrounded by colonnades. In 1799, when he was come back to Russian Capital, St-Petersburg, he announced a competition to design the cathedral, which would replace the dilapidated church of the Nativity of the Virgin (popularly known as Kazan), built earlier on the same place. The church houses one of the most important relics of Russia - the miraculous icon of Our Lady of Kazan.
The State Hermitage Museum - one of the greatest assets of the Russian Federation is not only the most important museum in St. Petersburg, but also one of the largest art museums in the world. Hermitage consists of six historic buildings located along the banks of the Neva river. The heart of the Hermitage is the Winter Palace (the former residence of the kings).
Tour of the rivers and canals of St. Petersburg is one of the most popular excursions in St. Petersburg, which is offered in the summer and autumn seasons. A city on the Neva River with its many branches: the Big and Small Neva, Nevka and others. St. Petersburg has more than 300 rivers and canals, so the city is often called the Venice of the North.
Transfer to Pulkovo airport, flight to India
- Accommodation in Double room
- Daily Breakfast in the hotel
- All airport and Rail Way Stations transfers
- All sightseeing with English speaking guide according to the program
- Train tickets “Sapsan” Moscow - St.Petersburg
- Entry fees for all monuments according to the program
- Russian visa invitation