Sunday, March 14, 2010
Experience the Classic Moscow to St Petersburg Tour
8 day / 7 night tour from Moscow to St. Petersburg offering three, four or five star options including accommodation, daily breakfast and more.
Classic Moscow to St. Petersburg Tour
DURATION: 8 days/7 nights
DATES OF OPERATION: 1 January - 31 December 2010
Hotel option: Izmailovo 3* in Moscow and Morskoy Vokzal 3* in St. Petersburg
2 people: $2316 per person twin share
3 - 10 people: $2017 per person twin share, $2435 per single
Hotel option: Cosmos 4* in Moscow and Pulkovskaya 4* in St. Petersburg
2 people: $2548 per person twin share
3 - 10 people: $2316 per person twin share, $2992 per single
Hotel option: Savoy 5* in Moscow and Grand Emerald 5* in St. Petersburg
2 people: $3478 per person twin share
3 - 10 people: $3131 per person twin share, $4616 per single
INCLUSIONS: accommodation at the hotel in Moscow for 3 nights with breakfast; accommodation at the hotel in St. Petersburg for 3 nights with breakfast; transfers by comfortable bus, European language guide during the tour, lunches at restaurant "Vanilla Sky", in Sergiev Posad and at Pushkin, all the entrance fees and first class train ticket from Moscow to St. Petersburg (1 night).
Tonia at Gateway Travel for the full itinerary and availability.
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