Home to the treasures of the Tsars, Peter the Great and Ivan the Terrible, legendary Red Square and the mighty Kremlin, picturesque countryside, hedonistic nightlife and the incomprehensible Cryllic alphabet! For a unique adventure, join us on a tour of Russia - and if you'd like to see more of this fascinating region, we offer the opportunity to combine a tour of Russia with neighbouring Ukraine.
We also have two special Night at the Museum tours in Russia, scheduled to run in May 2015. During this time St Petersburg becomes a hive of late night activity as people flock to see some of its finest cultural offerings and take advantage of the wonderful Russian ‘White Nights’ when the sun barely sets! Accompanied by our expert guide explore a selection of the cities best late night galleries and museums.
Book any Russia Group Tour departing in 2015 and get 10% discount per person! Offer applies to all new bookings made between now and 30 November 2014. It does not apply to any pre-existing bookings. Discount honoured at time of deposit. Subject to availability. Standard terms and conditions apply.
All of our tours in Russia are escorted by an expert local guide, making travel in Russia a breeze. They will organise day-to-day activities, ensure smooth hotel check-ins, give you tips on where to eat and share their local knowledge. Carefully planned itineraries offer all the highlights and comfortable hotels, whilst ensuring you have a fun and relaxed holiday in Russia.
With a range of group tours, two visa-free tours and several special Christmas and New Year tours to choose from, each offering something a little out of the ordinary, it's time to start packing for Russia! Whether you want to learn more about Russia's fascinating history and culture, are dreaming of a white Christmas, or simply want to try some authentic Russian vodka, we have the tour for you!
A city of contrasts where history peeks from behind every corner. From austere monuments to brightly coloured cathedrals and impressive art galleries - see the best of Moscow in 4 days.
A very European city in a very Russian setting. With beautiful scenery, fascinating history and stunning architecture, St Pete's - or Piter to the locals - offers a plethora of things to see and do.
A chance for a truly cultural St Pete's city break! Coinciding with the wonderful 'Long Night of Museums' event, when many of St Petersburg's leading museums and galleries are open until the early hours. See the sights of the beautiful city of the Tsars and attend this unique event.
Spend a night at the museum! The most respectable museums and art galleries stay open until the early hours for the annual Long Night of Museums event in St Petersburg on 17 May 2014, which is accompanied by special exhibitions, street art and performances. Combine this wonderful event with guided touring of the key sights in St Petersburg and Moscow.
St Petersburg and Moscow in one short blast. Enjoy Pukka Russia, seeing the best of these two legendary cities, from the incredible Hermitage and Church on Spilled Blood to brightly coloured St Basil's Cathedral and the mighty Kremlin. It's the most fun you can have in under a week!
Check out two of Russia's most striking cities. Explore the sights of Moscow - Russia's lively capital, before continuing on to rural Pskov for a local banya experience and capping off the adventure in St Pete's, the jewel in Russia's imperial crown.
Visit the iconic sites of Moscow and St Petersburg whilst also exploring the infamous 900 day Siege of Leningrad. During World War II St Petersburg was blockaded giving civilians two options: to surrender, or starve. The Russians chose to fight for their sovereignty and against the odds defeated the German soldiers. This tour commemorates this David & Goliath encounter and celebrates the victory of the people.
Offering more time in St Petersburg, get acquainted with the beautiful city of tsars before exploring historic Novgorod and cutting-edge Moscow – home of legendary Red Square and the mighty Kremlin - Russia’s political powerhouse!
Follow in the footsteps of Russia's last ruling aristocrats - the Romanovs. Starting in St Petersburg - the city of the Tsars, head down to Russia's mighty capital city - Moscow and then ride the Trans-Siberian railway to Yekaterinburg, crossing the Ural Mountains, bound for Siberia.