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Waterways of the Tsars

St. Petersburg ↔ Moscow
May - Jun 2021

Waterways of the Tsars

May - Jun 2021 | St. Petersburg ↔ Moscow

Deluxe starting from:
$ NOW $6,749 CAD
w/ Free AIR*, Taxes & Fees Included
FREE Air*, Taxes & Fees Included
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INCLUDES


Up to FREE Air* & FREE Transfers
  • Plus Reduced Air starting from $Free Air* & FREE Transfers
  • Plus
  • FREE Pre-paid Gratuities
    (value up to $)
  • FREE Silver Spirits Beverage Package (more details)
    (Select March - June Voyages)
  • FREE Wine, Beer & Soft drinks
    (w/ onboard lunch & dinner)
  • FREE Specialty Coffees, Teas & Bottled Water
  • FREE Guided Tour in every port
  • FREE WiFi
  • FREE Shipboard Credit
    (up to US$600**/stateroom)
  • FREE Enrichment Lectures
  • ALL Taxes & Fees
  • PLUS Travel Insurance
    Trip Cancellation & Trip Interruption
    NO AGE LIMIT | NO MEDICAL QUESTIONNAIRE | PRE-EXISTING CONDITION WAIVED
    See: Summary of Coverage / Insurance Policy/ Resolution Policy
Cruise Connections Specials (CAD)
w/ Free AIR*, Taxes & Fees Included
FREE Air*, Taxes & Fees Included
Multiple Departures
Deluxe
FROM / PERSON
Veranda
FROM / PERSON
Air Promo
FROM / PERSON
Savings
PER COUPLE
May 2021
Moscow ↔ St. Petersburg
$
$6,749
$
$8,499
$1,300
Free Air
$2,600
Jun 2021
Moscow ↔ St. Petersburg
$
$7,299
$
$9,049
$1,600
Free Air
$3,200
*Viking Air offer applies to select Canadian gateways (Calgary, Edmonton, Ottawa, Toronto, Vancouver, Winnipeg). Air offer and pricing may vary across gateways, saildates and itineraries. Airport transfers included with Viking purchased Air (to and from cruise terminal) on cruise dates. If air is not purchased from Viking, transfers may be purchased separately. Reverse itineraries available for multiple dates. Call for details.

Moscow to St. Petersburg

1

Moscow, Russia The crenellated red brick walls of Moscow’s Kremlin surround many towers, cathedrals and palaces.

2

Moscow, Russia The immense scale of Moscow, a major cultural and economic metropolis as well as Russia’s pulsing political center, is breathtaking.

3

Moscow, Russia Majestic Moscow, one of the world’s greenest cities, decorates even its subway stations lavishly with art and magnificent chandeliers.

4

Moscow, Russia A metropolis of grand boulevards, regal monuments and onion-domed cathedrals, by night Moscow masterfully illuminates its landmarks.

5

Uglich, Russia Founded in 1148 along the Volga River, Uglich is a magnificent city to behold from the river.

6

Yaroslavl, Russia Stretching 18 miles along both banks of the Volga amidst a region of forests, Yaroslavl was founded in 1010 by Prince Yaroslav the Wise of Kiev.

7

Kuzino, Russia Kuzino’s renowned Kirillo-Belozersky Monastery was founded by Saint Cyril in 1397.

8

Kizhi, Russia Situated at the north end of Lake Onega, Kizhi Island is home to the famed Open Air Museum of Architecture.

9

Mandrogy, Russia Reconstructed as an open air museum, Mandrogy keeps the traditions of Russian villages alive.

10

St. Petersburg, Russia Russia’s second largest city, St. Petersburg has been called “Venice of the North” for its many islands, canals and bridges.

11

St. Petersburg, Russia Inspired by Europe’s cultural capitals, St. Petersburg is Russia’s most Western city.

12

St. Petersburg, Russia St. Petersburg is graced by grand boulevards, a lacework of canals, baroque buildings, resplendent palaces and dazzling onion-domed churches.

13

St. Petersburg, Russia Priceless art and world-class ballet elevate St. Petersburg more than its founder, Peter the Great, could have dreamed.

St. Petersburg to Moscow

1

St. Petersburg, Russia Russia’s second largest city, St. Petersburg has been called “Venice of the North” for its many islands, canals and bridges.

2

St. Petersburg, Russia Inspired by Europe’s cultural capitals, St. Petersburg is Russia’s most Western city.

3

St. Petersburg, Russia St. Petersburg is graced by grand boulevards, a lacework of canals, baroque buildings, resplendent palaces and dazzling onion-domed churches.

4

St. Petersburg, Russia Priceless art and world-class ballet elevate St. Petersburg more than its founder, Peter the Great, could have dreamed.

5

Mandrogy, Russia Reconstructed as an open air museum, Mandrogy keeps the traditions of Russian villages alive.

6

Kizhi, Russia Situated at the north end of Lake Onega, Kizhi Island is home to the famed Open Air Museum of Architecture.

7

Kuzino, Russia Kuzino’s renowned Kirillo-Belozersky Monastery was founded by Saint Cyril in 1397.

8

Yaroslavl, Russia Stretching 18 miles along both banks of the Volga amidst a region of forests, Yaroslavl was founded in 1010 by Prince Yaroslav the Wise of Kiev.

9

Uglich, Russia Founded in 1148 along the Volga River, Uglich is a magnificent city to behold from the river.

10

Moscow, Russia The crenellated red brick walls of Moscow’s Kremlin surround many towers, cathedrals and palaces.

11

Moscow, Russia The immense scale of Moscow, a major cultural and economic metropolis as well as Russia’s pulsing political center, is breathtaking.

12

Moscow, Russia Majestic Moscow, one of the world’s greenest cities, decorates even its subway stations lavishly with art and magnificent chandeliers.

13

Moscow, Russia A metropolis of grand boulevards, regal monuments and onion-domed cathedrals, by night Moscow masterfully illuminates its landmarks.

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