If you're traveling to Russia for the first time but don't want to follow a typical tourist itinerary, consider this two-week tour. We've combined stops at iconic Russian museums, palaces, and gardens with visits to local markets, urban spaces, historic sites, and food and beverage tastings to give you a taste of Russian culture and history. You'll visit trendy neighborhoods, famous fortresses, a Cold War museum in a secure bunker, and a beautifully-decorated Metro station.
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Del Mar Tours Ltd.
We are the tour company based in St. – Petersburg, Russia. We organize cruise shore excursions and unique tailor-made private guided tours for the guests travelling independently and bigger groups of tourists.
Del Mar Tours is fully licensed and authorized fast growing company, developing tours though over Russia.
Our mission - to offer travelers best service during our unique tours and grant the unforgettable memories about Russia.
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This tour of Russia's cities starts and ends in Moscow, where you'll enjoy guided tours through its Red Square, Kremlin, quirky markets, and many museums, plus visit ancient cities and villages in the country's Golden Ring, such as Vladimir and Suzdal. Then discover the cities of Veliky Novgorod with its onion-domed cathedrals and St Petersburg with its UNESCO sites of Peterhof and Peter and Paul Fortress. Head west to the Tatar city of Kazan and explore its unique culture, traditions, and religious monuments, including Orthodox churches, Catholic cathedrals, and grand mosques.
Discover Russia's two capital cities on this trip to Moscow and St Petersburg, starting with tours of the Red Square, the Kremlin, and some of Moscow's most interesting monasteries, palaces, parks, and museums. Explore the medieval neighborhoods, as well as enjoy a boat cruise along the river. Take the train to St Petersburg, where you'll tour Peterhof in the Pushkin District, the world's largest painting collection at the Hermitage Museum, and the city's birthplace at the Peter and Paul Fortress, all while learning about the city's important cultural and historical significance.
St. Petersburg, Russia's second-largest city, is known as the Venice of the North and Russia's Cultural Capital. St. Petersburg's rivers, canals, museums, palaces, and art galleries link Russia's past, present, and future, just as Peter the Great intended when he founded the city. During your six days in St. Petersburg and its environs, you'll explore glittering imperial palaces, the world-famous Hermitage Museum, and the iconic churches and historic fortress that played key roles in St. Petersburg's history.
Take a tour through Russia's two capitals, where you will experience the impact of its Soviet history firsthand. Start with a tour of Moscow, before continuing on to St. Petersburg, where you'll find a mix of Eastern and Western influences. Walk through the medieval halls of the Kremlin, explore Moscow's palatial metro stations built under Stalin's rule, stand on the decks of the Aurora Cruiser that played an important role in the 1917 Russian Revolution, and more.
Russia is very cold in December, but its fairytale churches and forts look especially lovely dusted in snow. Although Christmas isn't celebrated in December here, the lead up to New Year's Eve is very festive. Here are a few important things to know about traveling to Russia in December.