Our collection of tours to Russia is designed to suit an individual style and requirements, we do however recommend certain tours — tried and tested routes to amazing destinations. Follow these tours or use them as a source of inspiration for your own itinerary!

Moscow & St. Petersburg «1000 years of Russian History»

 Explore majestic Russian History and Culture traveling to two Russian capitals, an exciting and vibrant Moscow and St. Petersburg — Russia’s most romantic and fascinating city. This tour takes you to the Red Square, brings to the Kremlin, leds to the ancient Russian churches, opens the doors to priceless treasures of the Hermitage Museum.
Moscow «City of Golden Domes»
 The Russian Orthodox Church has more than 600 places of worship in Moscow — its historical home — encompassing centuries of history and a huge range of architectural style, from the awe-inspiring medieval cathedrals of the Kremlin to the more intimate  private chapels of the boyars, all with a distinctly Russian flavor.
      Moscow «Inside the Kremlin Walls»
 For centuries the Kremlin has been the historic place from where the control of great and powerful Russian state has been executed. This symbol of state power, in fact, is by itself a small country with its own history, traditions, laws, attitudes and lifestyles. The Kremlin has witnessed the life of the high and mighties as well as the events that changed the world’s history. Yes, the Kremlin walls have seen a lot …
      «Russian Art Through the Centuries»
       (Moscow & Golden Ring Tour)
  One of the most fascinating regions in Russia is the famous ‘Golden Ring’ of cities to the northeast of Moscow. This ancient heart of Russia with its old whitewashed city walls and venerable onion-domed churches created the world’s definition of medieval Rus. In this enchanted region — which has remained relatively untouched by tourist crowds — time stands still.
Moscow «Red Capital. Communist Era»
 Have you ever been to USSR? if you have, but a long time ago or maybe you didn’t have such an opportunity, than the USSR is not lost for you! Discover Russia’s communist background. Understand the meaning of revolutionary slogans and know more about the first communist state.
       St.Petersburg «From Peter the Great to Vladimir the Great»
 Welcome to St. Petersburg and explore an exciting and vibrant city rich in history, the former capital of Imperial Russia, home of the Tsars and one of the world’s most beautiful and romantic cities.
To your attention will be: emperor palaces in Saint Petrsburg, masterpieces of the Hermitahge Museum, fountains art of Peterhoff, smart interiors, which were built by best architects of Europe and Russia during 2 centuries of Russian Empire.
                 St.Petersburg «Back to Leningrad»
 Have you ever been to USSR? if you have, but a long time ago or maybe you didn’t have such an opportunity, than the USSR is not lost for you! Discover Russia’s communist background. understand the meaning of revolutionary slogans and know more about the first communist state.

     St.Petersburg & Novgorod «From Ancient to Modern Russia»

While relatively versed in country’s modern-day history, very few visitors who travel to Russia are familiar with the ancient history that has significantly shaped Russia’s traditional culture. The early history of Russia is one of migrating peoples and ancient kingdoms. In fact, early Russia was not exactly «Russia,» but a collection of cities that gradually coalesced into an empire. You will see two ancient capitals of ancient Rus: Staraya Ladoga and Novgorod.                                


«Russian North»St. Petersburg & Solovetsky islands
One of the most important holy sites are the Solovetsky Islands in the far North of Russia in the White Sea. They breath history, mixing the secular and the spiritual. The prospect of solitude drew the first Russians here. Early in the 15th century, two monks debarked on the island’s northern coast, seeking a place of religious retreat amid pristine taiga and bog. They initiated cloistral traditions that led, soon after, to the founding of Solovetsky Monastery. But almost from the beginning, the Solovetsky Islands were also abodes of exile and detention.
      «Great Trans-Siberian Journey» 
The world’s greatest railway journey, the Trans-Siberian Railway runs from Moscow over the Urals, across the magnificent Russian steppes and alongside the shores of the world’s largest freshwater lake Baikal. You will cover 9,000 kilometres, passing through eight time zones and 80 towns and cities As well as Moscow, you will also stop at Yekaterinburg — where the Romanovs were executed — Kazan, with its beautiful Kremlin, the ‘Paris of Siberia’ at Irkutsk and Ulan Ude, capital of the Buryat Republic.
 Kamchatka Discovery
Prepare to recalibrate your sense of wonder. Kamchatka may be scarcely populated but few places on earth feel so alive as Russia’s eastern appendix: ill-tempered volcanoes loom over bubbling mud pools, hot springs simmer at the base of lava flows, creeping glaciers stand tall on the shoulder of mountains while the nearby sea is home to rich marine life..
      Sochi «Sun city»
 Lately there is a keen interest in Sochi area as due to the upcoming 2014 Winter Olympic Games more information is available about the resort. We offer you to use the opportunity to go to Sochi because the area is terrific in all the seasons. It is the only resort in Russia with subtropical climate.