The cruise is a unique opportunity to get to know the many-sided Russia as comfortably and leisurely as possible: spend a few days in Moscow and St. Petersburg with classic sightseeing visits to the amazing Moscow Kremlin and the majestic Hermitage and look into small towns on the Volga — Uglich and Goritsy with a culmination stay on the island of Kizhi in the open-air museum of wooden architecture, which is under the protection of UNESCO.
This cruise goes in both directions, starting either in Moscow and ending in St. Petersburg or beginning in St. Petersburg and ending in Moscow, the choice is yours. You will cruise along the magnificent rivers of Russia including the Volga River, Svir River, the Neva River and also cross White Lake, Onega Lake and Lake Ladoga.
Regardless of which direction you journey, you will pass through the beautiful and tranquil Russian countryside and stop in historical towns and cities along the way. Our St. Petersburg to Moscow cruise is full of interesting port calls where you will be taken on tours by professional guides.
See beautiful wooden churches built hundreds of years ago without nails! Visit ancient monasteries that capture the spirit of medieval Russia and stop off in rustic villages where you can view what village life in Russia is like today and was like hundreds of years ago. Most importantly, you will have in-depth and very fun and informative tours of both Moscow and St. Petersburg.
We offer a combination of cultural and historical discoveries and comfortable accommodation on board refurbished 4 * vessel — MOONLIGHT SONATA.