RUSSIAN RIVER CRUISE DESTINATIONS

The Russian Cruise Company offers a wide selection of cruises within Russia. Our most popular route is Moscow to St. Petersburg, which includes visits to the two major Russian cities as well as a number of ancient towns in between - Uglich, Yaroslavl, Goritsy, Kizhi, and Mandrogi. Usually, these cruises take 10-12 days, but an express 8-day option is also available. For those travelers who have already traveled along the Moscow to St. Petersburg route and would like to get to know Russia more intimately, we highly recommend Astrakhan - Moscow cruises and Russian North cruises. Whereas Moscow - St. Petersburg and Moscow - Astrakhan have passengers from all over the world, our Russian North cruises are full of Russians, which allows to truly immerse yourself in Russian culture and make new Russian friends.

Moscow St. Petersburg Cruise

Moscow St. Petersburg Cruise

Our Moscow to St. Petersburg cruises begin in Moscow and then take you along the magnificent Volga River onward to St. Petersburg. We also offer cruises running in the opposite direction - from St. Petersburg to Moscow. Both of these cities are rich in history, art, architecture and have a vibrant city life, great restaurants, shopping and more. By taking a Moscow St. Petersburg cruise this summer, you can easily get to know Russia's most important cities and visit ancient towns and admire stunning landscapes along the way. Moscow has a wonderful heritage of historic buildings and is known as the medieval and 20th century capital of Russia, while St. Petersburg is a dreamland of 18th century architecture and craftsmanship. Besides offering visits to sites of unique historical and architectural interest, our Moscow to St. Petersburg cruises afford a relaxing alternative to traveling by taking you along the Neva River, Lake Ladoga, the Svir River, Lake Onega, the Baltic canal, White Lake and the Volga River. Relax on the sundeck of our river boat as the tranquil Russian landscape passes by and enjoy fantastic onboard activities. Come to Russia in the summer of 2017 with Russian Cruise Company.

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Volga River Cruises

Volga River Cruises

Our Volga cruises give you a unique chance to see many different parts of Russia in one trip. You will admire the vibrancy of Moscow, enjoy the quiet atmosphere of ancient Yaroslavl and get a feeling for Russian village life as well as have a look at local handicrafts in Uglich and Kostroma. You will visit Nizhny Novgorod, the picturesque old center of the Volga region as well as Kazan and Astrakhan which occupy the former territory of the Golden Horde - all stops are full of history and beauty. Relax on the sundeck of our river boat as the tranquil Russian landscape passes by and enjoy fantastic onboard activities. Some of our Volga cruises also include St. Petersburg, "The Northern Venice" and Rostov-on-Don, "The Port of Five Seas". Please check the individual itineraries to learn more. While cruising you will sail practically the whole length of the magnificent Volga River, you will see many of Russia's different regions and get a feeling for South-Eastern Russia with its link to Asia and the Orient and European, Imperial Russia.

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Lake Baikal Cruises

Lake Baikal Cruises

Lake Baikal is the largest and the deepest freshwater lake in the world. Due to its size, it is sometimes called the "Baikal Sea" and the "Pearl of Siberia". At more than 25 million years old, Baikal is also the world's oldest lake. Baikal is home to more than 1,700 species of plants and animals, two thirds of which can be found nowhere else in the world and was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1996. It is also home to the Buryat people who follow the Tibetan Buddhist religion and reside on the eastern side of the lake rearing goat, camel, cattle and sheep. Glorified in many songs and stories, Lake Baikal is beautiful any time of the year, but a summer cruise is probably the most relaxing way of getting acquainted with this amazing place!

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