Treasures of Russia Cruise
St Petersburg to Moscow
Travel & Accommodation
Map & Itinerary
- 10 nights exploring Russia's waterways on a premium river ship, MS Kronshtadt
- Services of a Travelmarvel Cruise Director, and local guides
- 29 fine meals - 10 breakfasts, 9 lunches and 10 dinners
- Daily bottled water, tea and coffee, as well as soft drink, beer and wine during dinner on your cruise
- Explore up to 7 towns, villages and cities
- Transfers, port charges and tipping
Travel & Accommodation
Experience St Petersburg
Explore the grand palaces and an array of art and architecture that will leave you in awe of Russia's golden age.
Delve into Moscow
From the imposing Kremlin to the bright domes of St Basil's Cathedral, discover one of the world's great capitals.
Map & Itinerary
- Itinerary and inclusions subject to change
- Low or high water levels may cause disruption to cruising
- Order of touring is subject to change
- Prices are for cruise only. Flights not included
St Petersburg to Moscow
Designed exclusively for our guests
Enjoy an included special or unique excursion or event
Arrive St Petersburg, Embark Ship
This evening, enjoy a glass of sparkling wine and a traditional bread and salt ceremony at a special Welcome Reception.
Fly into St Petersburg this morning, Russia’s extravagant cultural hub. Be met upon arrival at the airport and transfer to your river ship. The remainder of the day is yours to enjoy at leisure.
Stay: 10 Nights: aboard your river ship, MS KronshtadtDaily :
St Petersburg, City Tour, Peterhof Park
This morning enjoy a tour of one of the most beautiful cities in the world, St Petersburg. See Nevsky Prospect, the University quarter, Palace Square and tour the Bath Block admiring the ornate fountains and gardens in Peterhof Park. This afternoon there is an opportunity to take a guided tour of Peterhof Palace, once home to Peter and Katherine the Great and described as the Versaillies of Russia.Daily :
St Petersburg, Hermitage Museum
Founded by Tsar Peter the Great, St Petersburg boasts a network of canals and baroque and neoclassical buildings which give the city a distinctive European flavour. Be prepared to be dazzled today as you visit the State Hermitage to explore one of the oldest and most impressive museums in the world.Daily :
Be treated to a Russian lesson while cruising aboard your river ship, and learn the essentials of this beautiful language.
Today, set off from St Petersburg and cruise down the Neva River. Arrive in Mandrogi, a tiny island village that is a living museum. Take a guided tour through the quirky collection of old wooden houses. Then see the famous Vodka Museum. Enjoy a relaxing picnic lunch and be sure to meander through the curious artisan shops filled with beautiful handmade gifts. Afterwards, re-board your ship and set sail along the peaceful Svir River.Daily :
Kizhi Island is dominated by the three-tiered Transfiguration Church, built in 1714 without a single nail. Marvel at this feat of workmanship while visiting the island.
Absorb the picturesque Russian countryside as we cruise towards the tranquil waters of Lake Onega, Europe’s second-largest lake. Set out on a guided walking tour through the Open Air Museum of Architecture, a renowned World Heritage-listed site on Kizhi Island. Marvel at the collection of wooden houses, windmills and churches.Daily :
White Lake, Volga-Baltic Waterway, Goritsy
Today, cruise across the ethereal White Lake and along the Volga-Baltic Waterway that connects the Baltic and Caspian seas. Arrive in Goritsy, and enjoy a guided tour to one of the largest medieval abbeys in Russia, the Monastery of St Cyril. Today the monastery remains an important part of Russia’s spiritual history, and features an intriguing collection of ancient artefacts.Daily :
Today, discover what is considered the pearl of the glorious Golden Ring cities, Yaroslavl, on a fascinating guided tour. Founded by Prince Yaroslav the Wise, this is one of Russia’s oldest cities and dates back to the age of the Vikings. Explore the World Heritage-listed historic centre, adorned with classical architecture and golden-domed churches, and visit a 12th-century monastery.Daily :
Uglich, Volga River
Watch idyllic rural life unfold along the river banks as your ship cruises to Uglich. Here, disembark for a guided tour that allows you embrace olden-day Russia. See the former Kremlin of Uglich and visit the colourful Church of St Demetrios on the Blood. Built on the site where Ivan the Terrible’s son Demetrios was mysteriously killed in 1591, this monument commemorates the famous Rurikovich family. This afternoon, set sail along the Volga River towards Moscow. At 3,690 kilometres, the Volga is the longest river in Europe.Daily :
Today, you’ll cruise into Moscow, Russia’s glorious capital. On arrival, explore some of Moscow’s famous landmarks and uncover 860 years of rich history on a tour with an expert local guide. Venture within the walls of the Kremlin, a historic fortified complex that was once the royal residence of the Tsars. Here, you’ll visit the Armoury Museum, which boasts a staggering collection of beautiful Tsarist artefacts, priceless jewellery and impressive armour. Tonight perhaps tour Moscow by night seeing the ornate ceiling mosaics of the underground stations.Daily :
On board this evening, enjoy a Farewell Dinner and toast to new friends at an authentic Russian vodka degustation.
Enjoy a tour discovering some of the world’s most iconic monuments and legendary places that have been the backdrop to a turbulent history. Head to Red Square, where you’ll admire the ornate beauty of the onion-domed St Basil’s Cathedral. Take in the famous GUM Department Store, Sparrow Hill and Lubyanka Square and see the city’s intriguing past play out in its striking imperial and Soviet architecture. Enjoy free time to explore Moscow this afternoon.Daily :
Depart Moscow After breakfast this morning, disembark your ship and be transferred to the airport for your onward flight.Daily :
Would not hesitate to recommend Travelmarvel and we are already looking into our next adventure.