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Tours of Moscow and Saint Petersburg

Two charming cities, two different vibes, numerous landmarks - your Russian adventure will be one to remember with our private or small group tours to the two stunning capitals. Discover the distinctive Russian culture and charm with a one-of-a-kind trip to the largest country in the world.
As always the Russia tour packages to the two capitals by Firebird Tours include private airport pick-ups, stays at outstanding central 4 or 5-star hotels, guided sightseeing tours with local hand-picked guides, and all the must-sees of these glorious towns.

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Moscow & St. Petersburg Vacation Packages

Two gorgeous cities, the unforgettable Russian capitals are the core of any Russian adventure. They are a perfect starting point for those who have never been to this amazing country before. Moscow and Saint Petersburg tours are packed with exciting sights to explore, such as the Red Square, GUM, and Hermitage & Tretyakov Gallery. Well, if even the most mundane things like metro is a work of art in Moscow, can you imagine the splendor of its well-known sights? To enhance the experience, our tours featuring Moscow and Saint Petersburg are fully customizable and include the best hand-picked centrally located hotels, sightseeing tours of the most striking landmarks with local professional guides, and plenty of interesting activities to spice up your trip! Have you already packed your bags?

Moscow & St. Petersburg Tour Highlights

  • Visiting the Kremlin
  • Boat ride in Saint Petersburg
  • Tour of the Hermitage Museum
  • Moscow Subway ride
  • Tretyakov Gallery tour
  • Folk Show at the Nikolaevsky Palace
  • Tour of St. Petersburg's Vodka Museum

 

 

 

Tips for Moscow & St. Petersburg Travel

  • To explore all important sights of the striking cities takes a lot of walking, so make sure to pack a pair of comfortable shoes.
  • If you want to dive into the Russian culture head first, try eating lunch like a local. In Russia, lunch is a three-course meal that consists of a salad, a plate of soup, and a meat dish with garnish.
  • Tipping in the restaurants in not mandatory, but very appreciated. If you want to thank a waiter for a good service, the etiquette is to leave a tip of about 10% of the bill.
  • It's impossible to be overdressed in Russia, especially if you are planning to enjoy the city's nightlife. The best clubs won't let you enter unless you are dressed to the nines. 
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