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Imperial Russia with St. Petersburg Unlock the mysteries of Russia With a rich cultural history and an extraordinary military past, contemporary Russia is the confluence of centuries of influence. Many wonders of Russia will be revealed on this epic journey, starting with a three night stay in St. Petersburg. Travel by train to Moscow where a world of wonder awaits as you embark your cruise of these great waterways. To travel along the Volga River between the two great cities of Moscow and Stalingrad is a step back in time. However, Russia offers up many additional surprises, with culinary delights, welcoming locals and spectacular scenery to enjoy. We welcome you aboard Scenic Tsar, and the beating heart of this captivating country. 18 Day Cruise & Tour

St. Petersburg > Stalingrad (Volgograd)

Day 01

Day 04

St. Petersburg

St. Petersburg > Moscow

Welcome to St. Petersburg for your three night stay at the Moika Kempinski Hotel.

Day 02

St. Petersburg Start the day with a guided city tour before visiting the magnificent Hermitage. This evening, enjoy dinner and a folk show at Nikolaevsky Palace. Meals: B.D

Day 03

St. Petersburg

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Freechoice: Explore Catherine’s Block at Peterhof, or be seduced by the sheer extravagance of Peterhof’s Grand Palace. Meals: B

Take a high speed train to Moscow where you’ll embark your cruise on board the boutique Scenic Tsar. Meals: B.D

15 Day Moscow - Stalingrad (Volgograd) guests join today in Moscow (Tour code: IRRV).

Day 05

Moscow

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Start your day with an introduction to the city’s finest sights, followed by a ride on Moscow’s Metro, and then explore the spectacular St. Basil’s Cathedral.

Moscow Kremlin, Russia

Enrich Visit the Memorial Museum of Cosmonautics, where you’ll have the opportunity to meet a real cosmonaut and learn about the history of space exploration. Meals: B.L.D

Day 06

Moscow Visit the magnificent Kremlin and the State Armoury. Meals: B.L.D

Day 07

Uglich

Day 10

Nizhny Novgorod Tour this historic city, which is also referenced as the unofficial third capital of Russia, founded in 1221. You’ll have the opportunity to visit Nizhny Novgorod’s Kremlin, discover Maxim Gorky’s Museum House, and take a cable car ride over the city for magnificent views. Meals: B.L.D

Day 11

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Freechoice: Visit the Church of St. Dmitry or take a guided tour of the Penny Whistle Museum.

Nizhny Novgorod > Kazan Relax and enjoy the scenery as your boutique ship sails towards the city of Kazan.

Meals: B.L.D

Meals: B.L.D

Day 08

Day 12

Yaroslavl > Kostroma

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Acquaint yourself with Yaroslavl’s long history during a guided tour. Later, continue towards the historic city of Kostroma, part of the Golden Ring of Russia and the cradle of the Romanovs. Enrich Visit the Choreographic College of National Ballet and enjoy a musical concert in the Noble Assembly House. Meals: B.L.D

Day 09

Kostroma > Plyos After a guided city tour of Kostroma, arrive in Plyos, a town more than 800 years old. Meals: B.L.D

Kazan See Kazan’s finest sights, visit the Kazan Kremlin and the Tatar village of Tugan Avylym. Later, enjoy a traditional Tatar folklore performance. Meals: B.L.D

Day 13

Ulyanovsk Ulyanovsk is known for its most famous citizen, Vladimir Lenin, the founder of the Empire of Communists. During a guided tour, visit the Lenin memorial complex. Afterwards, visit Simbirsk Classic gymnasium museum. Meals: B.L.D

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