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Russian Waterways

Enjoy a Grand Cruise from Moscow to St. Petersburg
13 Days – Travel from Moscow to St. Petersburg or reverse

OVERVIEW

Your unforgettable voyage through the heart of Russia starts with a panoramic overview of Moscow. See its colorful onion domes, stark Soviet-style architecture and other iconic sights, and take fascinating guided tours of the Kremlin and the elaborate underground Metro system. Cruise northwards to the enchanting Golden Ring cities of Uglich and Yaroslavl, and continue along the Volga-Baltic canals and across Europe’s two largest lakes, Onega and Ladoga. In St. Petersburg – said to rival Paris and Venice for grandeur and romance – you will tour the city and visit the Hermitage and its world-renowned art collection.


  • SELECT DIRECTION:
DayDestinationActivities
1Overnight flight to Russia
2MoscowEMBARKATION
Welcome Dinner
3MoscowCity tour with Red Square
Lunch on day boat
Bow Hill & Metro tour
4MoscowKremlin & Armory Tour
5UglichChambers of Prince Dimitry
Church of Dimitry on the Blood
6YaroslavlTransfiguration Monastery
Former Governor's House (Art Gallery)
7GoritsySt. Cyril Monastery
Museum of Icons
8KizhiWooden Architecture Museum
9SvirstroyShashlyk (Russian BBQ)
Russian home visit
10St PetersburgHermitage Museum
Lunch in local restaurant
City tour
11St PetersburgPushkin - Catherine's Palace & Park
Ballet performance at the Hermitage Theatre
OR Folklore show
12St PetersburgExcursion to Peterhof
13St PetersburgDISEMBARKATION
Return flight home
DayDestinationActivities
1Overnight flight to Russia
2St PetersburgEMBARKATION
Welcome Dinner
3St PetersburgCity tour
Excursion to Peterhof
4St PetersburgPushkin - Catherin's Palace & Park
Ballet performance at the Hermitage Theatre
OR Folklore show
5St PetersburgHermitage Museum
6SvirstroyShashlyk (Russian BBQ)
Russian home visit
7KizhiWooden Architecture Museum
8GoritsySt. Cyril Monastery
Museum of Icons
9YaroslavlTransfiguration Monastery
Former Governor's House (Art Gallery)
10UglichChambers of Prince Dimitry
Church of Dimitry on the Blood
11MoscowKremlin & Armory Tour
Lunch Cruise & Moscow City Tour
12MoscowBow Hill & Metro Tour
13MoscowDISEMBARKATION
Return flight home
DayDestinationActivities
1MoscowEMBARKATION
Welcome Dinner
2MoscowCity tour with Red Square
Lunch on day boat
Bow Hill & Metro tour
3MoscowKremlin & Armory Tour
4UglichChambers of Prince Dimitry
Church of Dimitry on the Blood
5YaroslavlTransfiguration Monastery
Former Governor's House (Art Gallery)
6GoritsySt. Cyril Monastery
Museum of Icons
7KizhiWooden Architecture Museum
8SvirstroyShashlyk (Russian BBQ)
Russian home visit
9St PetersburgHermitage Museum
Lunch in local restaurant
City tour
10St PetersburgPushkin - Catherine's Palace & Park
Ballet performance at the Hermitage Theatre
OR Folklore show
11St PetersburgExcursion to Peterhof
12St PetersburgDISEMBARKATION
Return flight home
DayDestinationActivities
1St PetersburgEMBARKATION
Welcome Dinner
2St PetersburgCity tour
Excursion to Peterhof
3St PetersburgPushkin - Catherin's Palace & Park
Ballet performance at the Hermitage Theatre
OR Folklore show
4St PetersburgHermitage Museum
5SvirstroyShashlyk (Russian BBQ)
Russian home visit
6KizhiWooden Architecture Museum
7GoritsySt. Cyril Monastery
Museum of Icons
8YaroslavlTransfiguration Monastery
Former Governor's House (Art Gallery)
9UglichChambers of Prince Dimitry
Church of Dimitry on the Blood
10MoscowKremlin & Armory Tour
Lunch Cruise & Moscow City Tour
11MoscowBow Hill & Metro Tour
12MoscowDISEMBARKATION
Return flight home

INCLUDED FEATURES

  • 11-night Cruise Accommodation in an Outside Stateroom - most with balconies
  • Daily Sightseeing Programs as outlined in the Itinerary
  • All Meals on board; Early-riser Coffee, Buffet Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
  • Free-flowing Wine and juice with every Dinner on board the Ship
  • Bottled Water in every stateroom replenished daily
  • Cocktail Reception & Welcome Dinner
  • Home Visit with Russian Family
  • Ballet Performance at the Hermitage Theater, the Private Theater of the Czars
  • Special highlights including lectures, Russian language classes, theme dinners, cooking demonstration, onboard music performances and afternoon/evening piano
  • Physician on board
  • All English Language onboard in a non-smoking Environment (except Sun Deck)
  • All Transfers with the Purchase of Cruise & Air package
  • All local Taxes

DETAILED ITINERARY


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Day 1DEPART USA/CANADA
Board your overnight flight to Moscow, Russia.
Day 2ARRIVE IN MOSCOW, RUSSIA - EMBARKATION
Arrive in Moscow and board the AmaKatarina. Relax in your stateroom or explore the city on your own before meeting your fellow travelers at the Welcome Dinner. (D)
Day 3MOSCOW
Today, enjoy a city tour that includes the Red Square and many other well-known sights. You will have some free time to shop for souvenirs or wander on your own, perhaps to visit St. Basil’s Cathedral or GUM, the vast Soviet-Era department store. Enjoy lunch on a day boat as you cruise the Moscow River past the imposing façade of the Kremlin. Late this afternoon, you will visit Poklonnaya (Bow) Hill and its monument to WWII, and tour the city’s amazing Metro, quite possibly the world’s most extravagant subway system – many of the stations are adorned with chandeliers, sculptures and elaborate frescoes. The ship moors overnight in Moscow. (B,L,D)
Day 4MOSCOW
This morning, venture beyond the walls of the Kremlin for a fascinating guided tour of the former residence of the Czars and center of the Russian Orthodox faith. Your tour includes a visit to the Kremlin Armory, one of Moscow’s oldest museums, with a vast collection of weaponry, jewelry, and historical artifacts. The ship departs this evening for Uglich. (B,L,D)
Day 5UGLICH
Located on the banks of the Volga, Uglich was founded by merchants in 1148 and is now home to some of Russia’s most beautiful churches and cathedrals. After arriving this evening, you will have a guided tour of the city and visit the Chambers of Prince Dimitry and the magnificent Church of Dimitry on the Blood, dedicated to the tragic death of Ivan the Terrible’s young son. The ship departs later tonight for Yaroslavl. (B,L,D)
Day 6YAROSLAVL
Founded in 1010 by Prince Yaroslav the Wise, Yaroslavl is one of Russia’s oldest cities, tracing its roots back to the days of the Vikings. Your guided tour this morning explores the city’s history through its architecture, with stops at the fortified 12th-century Transfiguration Monastery and the Yaroslavl Museum of Russian Art, located in the former residence of the Governor of Yaroslavl. The ship departs early this afternoon and cruises overnight. (B,L,D)
Day 7GORITSY
Goritsy is a peaceful farming town and a typical Russian village. After arriving early this afternoon, you will have a guided tour that includes the Monastery of St. Cyril on the White Lake and the Museum of Icons. Return to the ship and continue on in the late afternoon to the island of Kizhi. (B,L,D)
Day 8KIZHI
An island situated at the northern end of Lake Onega, Kizhi is home to some of the most amazing wooden architecture in Russia. In 1764, local residents built the Church of Intercession, with towering walls and 22 domes – all constructed without a single nail. We arrive in the early evening for a walking tour that includes the Museum of Wooden Architecture. The ship departs later tonight. (B,L,D)
Day 9SVIRSTROY
At noon today the ship arrives in Svirstroy, a town 100 miles from St. Petersburg with a population of only a thousand people. During your visit, you will have an opportunity to sample grilled shashlyk, Russia’s very popular (and delicious) version of shish kebab. You’ll also be treated to a private visit to the home of a local Russian family, where you will gain new insights into everyday life in Svirstroy and experience warm Russian hospitality first-hand. We depart mid-afternoon and cruise overnight to St. Petersburg. (B,L,D)
Day 10ST. PETERSBURG
One of Russia’s former capitals, dating from the early 18th-century, St. Petersburg was built to Peter the Great’s exact specifications. After breakfast, you will disembark the ship and travel by hydrofoil to the Hermitage, one of the oldest, largest, and most awe-inspiring museums in the world. Founded by Catherine the Great, the museum is a complex of six buildings, including the former Winter Palace, and houses nearly three million works of art. After your visit, relax a bit with an enjoyable lunch in a local restaurant. This afternoon, your sightseeing tour of this splendid city will include the Peter & Paul Fortress, Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood, and St. Isaacs Cathedral. The ship moors overnight in St. Petersburg. (B,L,D)
Day 11ST. PETERSBURG
You will visit the nearby town of Pushkin today, where Catherine’s Palace was once the summer residence of the Russian Czars. This excursion includes a tour of the Cameron Gallery, which features formal state rooms and dining rooms embellished with baroque and neoclassical furnishings and décor. You will also visit the reconstructed Amber Room, considered by many to be the Eighth Wonder of the World, with its dazzling amber-covered walls. The remainder of the day is at your leisure. This evening, experience a traditional Russian ballet performance at the Hermitage Theater, or opt for a colorful and lively “Russian Folklore Show.” The ship moors in St. Petersburg overnight. (B,L,D)
Day 12ST. PETERSBURG
This morning, depart by hydrofoil for Peterhof, St. Petersburg’s most spectacular Imperial Estate. Also known as the “Russian Versailles,” the palace was built on the shore of the Gulf of Finland by Peter the Great, initially as a resting place en route to the Imperial Naval base. Your tour includes the Lower Gardens, the Grand Cascade and Samson Fountain, which commemorates Russia’s victory over Sweden during the Great Northern War. The ship moors in St. Petersburg overnight. (B,L,D)
Day 13ST. PETERSBURG - DISEMBARKATION
Your Russian cruise comes to an end as you prepare for your homeward flight. (B)
Day 1DEPART USA/CANADA
Board your overnight flight to St. Petersburg, Russia.
Day 2ARRIVE IN ST. PETERSBURG, RUSSIA - EMBARKATION
Arrive in St. Petersburg and board the AmaKatarina. Relax in your stateroom or explore the city on your own before meeting your fellow travelers at the Welcome Dinner. (D)
Day 3ST. PETERSBURG
One of Russia's former capitals, dating from the early 18th-century, St. Petersburg was built to Peter the Great’s exact specifications. Your morning sightseeing tour of this splendid city includes Nevsky Prospect, Palace Square, St. Isaacs Cathedral and the Peter & Paul Fortress. Relax over lunch at a local restaurant. This afternoon, depart by hydrofoil for Peterhof, St. Petersburg’s most spectacular Imperial Estate. Also known as the “Russian Versailles,” the palace was built on the shores of the Gulf of Finland by Peter the Great. Your tour includes the Lower Gardens, the Grand Cascade and the Samson Fountain, which commemorates Russia’s victory over Sweden during the Great Northern War. The ship moors overnight in St. Petersburg. (B,L,D)
Day 4ST. PETERSBURG
You will visit the nearby town of Pushkin today, where Catherine’s Palace was once the summer residence of the Russian Czars. This excursion includes a tour of the Cameron Gallery and its formal state rooms and dining rooms embellished with Baroque and Neoclassical furnishings and décor. You will also visit the reconstructed Amber Room, considered by many to be the Eighth Wonder of the World, its walls covered with dazzling panels of amber. This evening, experience a traditional Russian ballet at the Hermitage Theater or opt for a lively and colorful “Russian Folklore Show.” The ship moors overnight in St. Petersburg. (B,L,D)
Day 5ST. PETERSBURG
After breakfast, travel by hydrofoil to the State Hermitage, one of the world’s oldest, largest, and most awe-inspiring museums. Founded by Catherine the Great, the museum is a complex of six buildings (including the former Winter Palace) that houses nearly 3 million works of art.The remainder of the day is at your leisure. The ship departs this evening for Svirstroy. (B,L,D)
Day 6SVIRSTROY
Svirstroy is 100 miles from St. Petersburg with a population of about a thousand people. After your noontime arrival, you will have a chance to sample grilled shashlyk, Russia’s very popular and delicious version of shish kebab. You will also enjoy a private visit to the home of a local Russian family, where you will gain new insights into everyday life in Svirstroy and experience genuinely warm Russian hospitality. The ship departs late afternoon and cruises through the night. (B,L,D)
Day 7KIZHI
This morning you will arrive on the island of Kizhi, situated at the north end of Lake Onega. Kizhi is home to some of the most amazing wooden architecture in Russia, such as the Church of Intercession, built by locals in 1764 – the church’s towering walls and 22 domes were all constructed without a single nail. You will visit this church on your walking tour today, and also stop at the Museum of Wooden Architecture. The ship departs around noon and heads for Goritsy. (B,L,D)
Day 8GORITSY
Goritsy is a peaceful farming town that is quintessentially Russian. You will arrive here in early afternoon and have a guided tour that includes the Monastery of St. Cyril on the White Lake and the Museum of Icons. Return to the ship late afternoon and continue on to Yaroslavl, cruising through the night. (B,L,D)
Day 9YAROSLAVL
Founded in 1010 by Prince Yaroslav the Wise, Yaroslavl is one of Russia's oldest cities, tracing its roots back to the days of the Vikings. After arriving mid-afternoon, your guided tour explores the city’s history through its architecture, with stops at the fortified 12th-century Transfiguration Monastery and the Yaroslavl Museum of Russian Art, the former residence of the Governor of Yaroslavl. The ship departs this evening for Uglich. (B,L,D)
Day 10UGLICH
Located on the banks of the Volga, Uglich was founded by merchants in 1148 and is now home to some of Russia’s most beautiful churches and cathedrals. Your morning tour will take you to some of the most notable buildings, such as the Chambers of Prince Dimitry and the magnificent Church of Dimitry on the Blood, dedicated to the tragic death of Ivan the Terrible's young son. The ship departs around lunchtime for Moscow. (B,L,D)
Day 11MOSCOW
This morning, venture beyond the walls of the Kremlin for a guided tour of this former residence of the Czars and the Armory. Later, enjoy lunch on a day boat as you cruise the Moscow River past the Kremlin’s imposing façade. You will have free time to shop for souvenirs or perhaps visit St. Basil’s Cathedral with its iconic onion domes, or GUM, the vast Soviet-Era main department store. The ship moors here overnight. (B,L,D)
Day 12MOSCOW
Today’s city tour includes Red Square and many other well-known sights, including the amazing Moscow Metro, quite possibly the world’s most extravagant subway system. The sight of subway stations adorned with chandeliers, sculptures and frescoes is something not to be missed. You will also see Red Square, Lenin’s Tomb, and the WWII monument on Poklonnaya (Bow) Hill. The ship moors overnight in Moscow. (B,L,D)
Day 13MOSCOW - DISEMBARKATION
Say farewell to Russia and prepare for your homeward flight. (B)
Day 1ARRIVE IN MOSCOW, RUSSIA - EMBARKATION
Arrive in Moscow and board the AmaKatarina. Relax in your stateroom or explore the city on your own before meeting your fellow travelers at the Welcome Dinner. (D)
Day 2MOSCOW
Today, enjoy a city tour that includes the Red Square and many other well-known sights. You will have some free time to shop for souvenirs or wander on your own, perhaps to visit St. Basil’s Cathedral or GUM, the vast Soviet-Era department store. Enjoy lunch on a day boat as you cruise the Moscow River past the imposing façade of the Kremlin. Late this afternoon, you will visit Poklonnaya (Bow) Hill and its monument to WWII, and tour the city’s amazing Metro, quite possibly the world’s most extravagant subway system – many of the stations are adorned with chandeliers, sculptures and elaborate frescoes. The ship moors overnight in Moscow. (B,L,D)
Day 3MOSCOW
This morning, venture beyond the walls of the Kremlin for a fascinating guided tour of the former residence of the Czars and center of the Russian Orthodox faith. Your tour includes a visit to the Kremlin Armory, one of Moscow’s oldest museums, with a vast collection of weaponry, jewelry, and historical artifacts. The ship departs this evening for Uglich. (B,L,D)
Day 4UGLICH
Located on the banks of the Volga, Uglich was founded by merchants in 1148 and is now home to some of Russia’s most beautiful churches and cathedrals. After arriving this evening, you will have a guided tour of the city and visit the Chambers of Prince Dimitry and the magnificent Church of Dimitry on the Blood, dedicated to the tragic death of Ivan the Terrible’s young son. The ship departs later tonight for Yaroslavl. (B,L,D)
Day 5YAROSLAVL
Founded in 1010 by Prince Yaroslav the Wise, Yaroslavl is one of Russia’s oldest cities, tracing its roots back to the days of the Vikings. Your guided tour this morning explores the city’s history through its architecture, with stops at the fortified 12th-century Transfiguration Monastery and the Yaroslavl Museum of Russian Art, located in the former residence of the Governor of Yaroslavl. The ship departs early this afternoon and cruises overnight. (B,L,D)
Day 6GORITSY
Goritsy is a peaceful farming town and a typical Russian village. After arriving early this afternoon, you will have a guided tour that includes the Monastery of St. Cyril on the White Lake and the Museum of Icons. Return to the ship and continue on in the late afternoon to the island of Kizhi. (B,L,D)
Day 7KIZHI
An island situated at the northern end of Lake Onega, Kizhi is home to some of the most amazing wooden architecture in Russia. In 1764, local residents built the Church of Intercession, with towering walls and 22 domes – all constructed without a single nail. We arrive in the early evening for a walking tour that includes the Museum of Wooden Architecture. The ship departs later tonight. (B,L,D)
Day 8SVIRSTROY
At noon today the ship arrives in Svirstroy, a town 100 miles from St. Petersburg with a population of only a thousand people. During your visit, you will have an opportunity to sample grilled shashlyk, Russia’s very popular (and delicious) version of shish kebab. You’ll also be treated to a private visit to the home of a local Russian family, where you will gain new insights into everyday life in Svirstroy and experience warm Russian hospitality first-hand. We depart mid-afternoon and cruise overnight to St. Petersburg. (B,L,D)
Day 9ST. PETERSBURG
One of Russia’s former capitals, dating from the early 18th-century, St. Petersburg was built to Peter the Great’s exact specifications. After breakfast, you will disembark the ship and travel by hydrofoil to the Hermitage, one of the oldest, largest, and most awe-inspiring museums in the world. Founded by Catherine the Great, the museum is a complex of six buildings, including the former Winter Palace, and houses nearly three million works of art. After your visit, relax a bit with an enjoyable lunch in a local restaurant. This afternoon, your sightseeing tour of this splendid city will include the Peter & Paul Fortress, Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood, and St. Isaacs Cathedral. The ship moors overnight in St. Petersburg. (B,L,D)
Day 10ST. PETERSBURG
You will visit the nearby town of Pushkin today, where Catherine’s Palace was once the summer residence of the Russian Czars. This excursion includes a tour of the Cameron Gallery, which features formal state rooms and dining rooms embellished with baroque and neoclassical furnishings and décor. You will also visit the reconstructed Amber Room, considered by many to be the Eighth Wonder of the World, with its dazzling amber-covered walls. The remainder of the day is at your leisure. This evening, experience a traditional Russian ballet performance at the Hermitage Theater, or opt for a colorful and lively “Russian Folklore Show.” The ship moors in St. Petersburg overnight. (B,L,D)
Day 11ST. PETERSBURG
This morning, depart by hydrofoil for Peterhof, St. Petersburg’s most spectacular Imperial Estate. Also known as the “Russian Versailles,” the palace was built on the shore of the Gulf of Finland by Peter the Great, initially as a resting place en route to the Imperial Naval base. Your tour includes the Lower Gardens, the Grand Cascade and Samson Fountain, which commemorates Russia’s victory over Sweden during the Great Northern War. The ship moors in St. Petersburg overnight. (B,L,D)
Day 12ST. PETERSBURG - DISEMBARKATION
Your Russian cruise comes to an end as you prepare for your homeward flight. (B)
Day 1ARRIVE IN ST. PETERSBURG, RUSSIA - EMBARKATION
Arrive in St. Petersburg and board the AmaKatarina. Relax in your stateroom or explore the city on your own before meeting your fellow travelers at the Welcome Dinner. (D)
Day 2ST. PETERSBURG
One of Russia's former capitals, dating from the early 18th-century, St. Petersburg was built to Peter the Great’s exact specifications. Your morning sightseeing tour of this splendid city includes Nevsky Prospect, Palace Square, St. Isaacs Cathedral and the Peter & Paul Fortress. Relax over lunch at a local restaurant. This afternoon, depart by hydrofoil for Peterhof, St. Petersburg’s most spectacular Imperial Estate. Also known as the “Russian Versailles,” the palace was built on the shores of the Gulf of Finland by Peter the Great. Your tour includes the Lower Gardens, the Grand Cascade and the Samson Fountain, which commemorates Russia’s victory over Sweden during the Great Northern War. The ship moors overnight in St. Petersburg. (B,L,D)
Day 3ST. PETERSBURG
You will visit the nearby town of Pushkin today, where Catherine’s Palace was once the summer residence of the Russian Czars. This excursion includes a tour of the Cameron Gallery and its formal state rooms and dining rooms embellished with Baroque and Neoclassical furnishings and décor. You will also visit the reconstructed Amber Room, considered by many to be the Eighth Wonder of the World, its walls covered with dazzling panels of amber. This evening, experience a traditional Russian ballet at the Hermitage Theater or opt for a lively and colorful “Russian Folklore Show.” The ship moors overnight in St. Petersburg. (B,L,D)
Day 4ST. PETERSBURG
After breakfast, travel by hydrofoil to the State Hermitage, one of the world’s oldest, largest, and most awe-inspiring museums. Founded by Catherine the Great, the museum is a complex of six buildings (including the former Winter Palace) that houses nearly 3 million works of art.The remainder of the day is at your leisure. The ship departs this evening for Svirstroy. (B,L,D)
Day 5SVIRSTROY
Svirstroy is 100 miles from St. Petersburg with a population of about a thousand people. After your noontime arrival, you will have a chance to sample grilled shashlyk, Russia’s very popular and delicious version of shish kebab. You will also enjoy a private visit to the home of a local Russian family, where you will gain new insights into everyday life in Svirstroy and experience genuinely warm Russian hospitality. The ship departs late afternoon and cruises through the night. (B,L,D)
Day 6KIZHI
This morning you will arrive on the island of Kizhi, situated at the north end of Lake Onega. Kizhi is home to some of the most amazing wooden architecture in Russia, such as the Church of Intercession, built by locals in 1764 – the church’s towering walls and 22 domes were all constructed without a single nail. You will visit this church on your walking tour today, and also stop at the Museum of Wooden Architecture. The ship departs around noon and heads for Goritsy. (B,L,D)
Day 7GORITSY
Goritsy is a peaceful farming town that is quintessentially Russian. You will arrive here in early afternoon and have a guided tour that includes the Monastery of St. Cyril on the White Lake and the Museum of Icons. Return to the ship late afternoon and continue on to Yaroslavl, cruising through the night. (B,L,D)
Day 8YAROSLAVL
Founded in 1010 by Prince Yaroslav the Wise, Yaroslavl is one of Russia's oldest cities, tracing its roots back to the days of the Vikings. After arriving mid-afternoon, your guided tour explores the city’s history through its architecture, with stops at the fortified 12th-century Transfiguration Monastery and the Yaroslavl Museum of Russian Art, the former residence of the Governor of Yaroslavl. The ship departs this evening for Uglich. (B,L,D)
Day 9UGLICH
Located on the banks of the Volga, Uglich was founded by merchants in 1148 and is now home to some of Russia’s most beautiful churches and cathedrals. Your morning tour will take you to some of the most notable buildings, such as the Chambers of Prince Dimitry and the magnificent Church of Dimitry on the Blood, dedicated to the tragic death of Ivan the Terrible's young son. The ship departs around lunchtime for Moscow. (B,L,D)
Day 10MOSCOW
This morning, venture beyond the walls of the Kremlin for a guided tour of this former residence of the Czars and the Armory. Later, enjoy lunch on a day boat as you cruise the Moscow River past the Kremlin’s imposing façade. You will have free time to shop for souvenirs or perhaps visit St. Basil’s Cathedral with its iconic onion domes, or GUM, the vast Soviet-Era main department store. The ship moors here overnight. (B,L,D)
Day 11MOSCOW
Today’s city tour includes Red Square and many other well-known sights, including the amazing Moscow Metro, quite possibly the world’s most extravagant subway system. The sight of subway stations adorned with chandeliers, sculptures and frescoes is something not to be missed. You will also see Red Square, Lenin’s Tomb, and the WWII monument on Poklonnaya (Bow) Hill. The ship moors overnight in Moscow. (B,L,D)
Day 12MOSCOW - DISEMBARKATION
Say farewell to Russia and prepare for your homeward flight. (B)

 

 

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Important:  Dates, prices & itineraries for 2013 sailings are subject to change.

Port Charges:  $231 per person.

Single Supplement for Cruise:  50% of twin price; Suites 100% of twin price.

Visa:  A visa is required for travel to Russia; please consult with your Consulate for more information.

SHIP(S)

AmaKatarina

Cruise Russia in style with the completely redesigned AmaKatarina, featuring outside balconies in over 70% of the staterooms. The AmaKatarina is the perfect showcase for the legendary and historic waterways of Russia.

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