Sail on an exciting Volga river cruise, reaching characteristic cities such as St Petersburg, Uglich, Yaroslavl and Moscow. Flowing from the Valday Hills in Moscow, through Western Russia and emptying into the Caspian Sea, the Volga is the longest river in Europe.
Staring in Russia’s historic capital, Moscow is accessed via the Moscow Canal and plays host to culture and tranquillity, as well as history and heritage. Spend time on the Red Square where can peer at St. Basil’s Cathedral and the Lenin Mausoleum, or view the historic Kremlin building which is an icon of Russian culture.
For a more picturesque landscape, St. Petersburg is an awe-inspiring city full of colour, art and culture. Gaze at over three-million priceless works from some of the world’s famous artists including Rembrandt, Michelangelo and Rubens.
Visit Kizhi Island where Lake Onega surrounds a UNESCO World Heritage List site, Kizhi Poghost. This comprises two 18th-century wooden churches and clock tower, created within the harmonious landscape.
The Volga is host to amazing destinations and will introduce you to Russian culture, open you to natural beauty, and give your soul a charge of relaxation, it’s no wonder the locals call it ‘Mother’.
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