Day 1

Arrive in St Petersburg. Arrive m transfer to your hotel. Rest of the evening free. St. Petersburg is a Russian port city on the Baltic Sea. It was the imperial capital for 2 centuries, having been founded in 1703 by Peter the Great, subject of the city’s iconic “Bronze Horseman” statue. It remains Russia’s cultural center, with venues such as the Mariinsky Theatre hosting opera and ballet, and the State Russian Museum showcasing Russian art, from Orthodox icon paintings to Kandinsky works.

Day 2

For the ultimate in sightseeing flexibility, purchase a one- or two-day hop on hop off bus ticket and travel by double-decker bus among St. Petersburg’s key attractions. You get on and get off at any of the 18 stops along the bus route. You may also choose to sightsee via boat on the city’s canals. Buses and boats are equipped with onboard audio commentary to enhance your sightseeing.

Hermitage Museum: The State Hermitage Museum is a museum of art and culture in Saint Petersburg, Russia. The second-largest art museum in the world, it was founded in 1764 when Empress Catherine the Great acquired an impressive collection of paintings from the Berlin merchant Johann Ernst Gotzkowsky.

Day 3

Combine a private tour of the Peterhof Grand Palace with a high-speed boat ride back to central St. Petersburg. This combo tour checks all the sightseeing boxes, ensuring you’ll discover the highlights of both St. Petersburg and its most elaborate palace. Stroll around the palace and its fountain-filled gardens, then cruise back to the city by hydrofoil boat.

Day 4

This tour combines a standard city tour to Veliky Novgorod with a visit to its suburbs and gives you an opportunity to see everything in one day. The tour starts in the city with visiting its heart – The Kremlin, the main Cathedral of St.Sophia (the monument of XI century) with its miracle-making icon, Yaroslav’s Court (Yaroslavovo Dvorische), and the old Marketplace. Then you will be taken to the Yuriev Monastery (the oldest active men monastery in Russia, founded in 1030) and an open-air museum of wooden architecture “Vitoslavlitsi”. You can also choose a tour with the dinner in the restaurant near the monastery (“Yurievskoe Polyvore”) or in the restaurant “Detinets” with a traditional Russian atmosphere.

Day 5

Arrive in Moscow by train. Transfer to hotel. The evening takes a walking tour. Learn about the history and hardships of the Soviet Union on this walking tour of Moscow. Led by a knowledgeable guide, stroll around the buildings and squares that testify to Moscow’s time under Soviet rule during the 20th century. See a memorial to Soviet labor camp prisoners; visit Revolution Square, a scene of the 1917 Russian Revolution; and view the former KGB building and other key sites as your guide describes life under Soviet rule.

Day 6

During this tour of Moscow, you will discover the masterpieces of Russian architecture. Go deep underground to discover the beauty of the famous Moscow Metro. Known to be as beautiful as palaces, these stations represent different architectural aspects not only of Russian culture but also those of the former republics of the USSR. Your guide will tell you about its stories and secrets. Then, take a leisurely stroll on Arbat street. This charming and picturesque pedestrian street in the heart of the old section of Moscow. From there, see one of the best-preserved areas of Moscow. Arrive at the imposing Cathedral of Christ the Savior. Overnight at the hotel.

Day 7

Explore the Moscow Kremlin and Red Square with an expert guide on a private tour of the UNESCO World Heritage Site. Learn the stories behind the remarkable complex of landmarks, from the Kremlin’s founding as a 12th-century fortress to the modern-day Presidential Regiment. This Moscow Kremlin and Red Square tour include all entrance fees, as well as pickup and drop-off at your Moscow accommodations.

Day 8

Take a flight to Kazan. Arrive & check-in at the hotel. Kazan is a city in southwest Russia, on the banks of the Volga and Kazanka rivers. The capital of the Republic of Tatarstan, a semi-autonomous region, it’s known for the centuries-old Kazan Kremlin, a fortified citadel containing museums and sacred sites. Kremlin landmarks include the tiered Tower of Soyembika, the blue-and-gold domed Annunciation Cathedral, and the vast, colorful Kul Sharif Mosque. Overnight at the hotel.

Day 9

During this private tour, you will visit one of the largest Orthodox monasteries in the Tatarstan Republic as well as a “Universal Temple” – the most unusual tourist attractions of Kazan, combining various styles of buildings of different cultures and religions into one. Roundtrip transportation to and from your central hotel (Comfortable car/minivan with A/C) Skip-the-line access. Evening back to the hotel.

Day 10

Today take a flight to Sochi. Arrive & transfer to hotel. Sochi, a Russian city on the Black Sea, is known as a summer beach resort and was the host of the 2014 Winter Olympics. Its parks include the palm-filled Arboretum. It’s also notable for 20th-century neoclassical buildings such as the columned Winter Theatre. Forested Sochi National Park is a 1,937-sq.-km protected area in the nearby Caucasus Mountains. Some 70 km inland, Krasnaya Polyana is a prominent ski resort. Overnight at the hotel.

Day 11

The guide will meet you at the hotel, from where, depending on the location of the hotel, you will go by public transport or by car straight to the mountain peaks, in the direction of Krasnaya Polyana. The road will run along the valley of the mountain river Mzymta, the longest and deepest river in Russia flowing into the Black Sea. On the way to the first stop, you will enjoy impressive views of mountain gorges and a variety of local flora and fauna. Introduction to the village of Krasnaya Polyana will start with visiting the apiary “Experienced beekeeping” and tasting different kinds of mountain honey, which you can buy and take away as a souvenir. Next, you will go to explore one of the most popular ski resorts of Krasnaya Polyana – Rosa Khutor. Last visit Olympic Park of Sochi. The illumination and music show of the fountain “The Bowl of the Olympic Flame” will conclude your tour. Evening back to the hotel

Day 12

Transfer to the airport for your return journey.


  • Return airfare Ex –
  • One time visa charges
  • Overseas medical insurance ( mandatory )
  • Stay as mentioned.
  • Sightseeing as mentioned
  • Train fare & Internal flight fare


  • Any increase in the airfare at the time of issuing tickets
  • Any meals
  • Expenses of personal nature
  • Any other expenses which are specifically not mentioned

Full Name: The Russian Federation
Capital City: Moscow
Time Zone: +3 GMT & – 2.5 IST
Language: Russian.
Religion: Orthodoxy, Christianity
Currency: Rubles.
ROE: 1 RUB approximately makes .015 USD which is approximately 1.11 INR
Electricity: 220 Volts
Climate: In general, the climate of Russia can be described as a highly continental-influenced climate with warm to hot dry summers and (very) cold winters with temperatures of -30°C and lower and sometimes heavy snowfall. … The winter is mostly dry, snow covers the ground from the end of October to mid-march in some years.
Shopping: Tretyakov Gallery Photo Album, Samovar- a kettle, Artisan Jewelry: Finifty and Amber, Palekh and Fedoskino Lacquer Boxes, Zhostovo Trays, Matryoshka (Russian nested doll), Honey, Orenburg Shawls, Krasnaya Moskva Perfume, Fir, Boots, Vodka. Russian Chocolate.
ISD Code: +7
Airport: There are 227 airports in Russia. Main are Moscow, St Petersburg, Sochi, Kazan, etc.
Indian Restaurants:
Darbars -Prospekt Mira, 12 строение 1, Moscow, Russia,
Jai Hind -Olimpiyskiy Prospekt, 18/1, Moscow, Russia, 129110
Bollywood Nights – Raz”Yezzhaya Ulitsa, 37, St Petersburg, Russia, 191119
Oh! Mumbai -embankment river Moyka, 62/2, St Petersburg, Russia, 190000


The land border of Russia is 20,241 kilometers long, the second-longest of any country.
Russia is the largest country in the world – and is approximately 1.8 times the size of the US.
The world’s most polluted city, Norilsk in Russia not only has a harsh climate with an average temperature of 15.5°F but is so heavily polluted by heavy metals that it is economically feasible to mine the surface soil.
There are nine time zones across Russia. Russia is permanently on daylight savings time.
Russia shares a border with 14 countries
Russia has 12 active volcanoes.
Lake Baikal contains about 20% of the world’s fresh water and is the deepest lake in the world.
The Volga is the longest river in Russia at 3,530 kilometers long. It starts in the Valdai Hills to the northwest of Moscow and empties into the Caspian Sea. Over that distance, it receives water from 200 tributaries.
Almost half of Russia is covered in forests.
Russian is one of the five most spoken languages in the world.
Russians use the Cyrillic alphabet instead of the Latin alphabet.
Moscow is home to more billionaires than anywhere else in the world. The latest count is 74.
Russia’s economy is the eighth largest in the world.


Indian National requires a visa to travel to Russia. Indian citizens need to apply for a Russian visa… Visa is issued by the consulate of Russia located in New Delhi. You must have more than 6 month’s validity on your passport from the intended date of return. Return air ticket, Bank Statements, Travel itinerary & hotel booking are required. A letter from a Russian supplier is required in the Russian language.
Travel Insurance is advisable
DON’T take photos of Government buildings
DON’T be surprised if you’re stopped by the police it’s still wise to carry a photocopy of your passport, visa, and registration – not to mention travel documents
Wear black in a nightclub! — The dress code is black for men while for women it is short skirts with high heels. This will get you hitched with Russian quite easily.

Tip the waiters –If you’re having your meal in hotels then always put a tip on your table as a tip They are expecting this from you.
No elbows on the dining table – If you are habitual to put your elbows on the dining table or in your lap, then avoid it doing in Russia because it perceives as rude in Russia.
No handshakes at door – Do not greet or handshakes at the door in Russia. It is not pleasant. Go into a room for the greetings.
Don’t whistle indoors
Don’t leave empty bottles on the table
Don’t shake hands with gloves on
Don’t exchange money with people in the evening.

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