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2 Capitals: Moscow — Saint-Petersburg

The best way to get to know Russia in the Slow Travel concept is to join a cruise from Moscow to Saint-Petersburg or from Saint-Petersburg to Moscow.

Carelian cruises

The Valaam archipelago is famous not only for its unique Northern island nature, but also for its spiritual life. For many centuries, there is a monastic prayer service both within the walls of the monastery and outside it, in remote hermitages.

Ports of Call

Saint-Petersburg, Valaam

Volga River cruises

Here at Volga-Balt Tour we offer you a possibility to across Russia from European Moscow to distinctive Astrakhan, the ancient capital of Tatars and vice versa following the impressive Moscow – Volga Canal.

Lena River cruises

Feel like a pioneering adventurer and embark on a journey along the Lena River, one of the longest rivers in the world, good choice for the nature lovers.

Ports of Call

Yakutsk, Lena Pillars, Neelovo (Tiksi)

Lake Baikal cruises

Here with Volga-Balt tour you have the unique opportunity to visit lake Baikal – biggest and deepest freshwater lake on Earth. 70 % of its territory is impossible to visit by land.

Ports of Call

Irkutsk, Olkhon Island

* If restrictions are imposed on the entrance to museums for a certain number of people, we can serve group requests with the division of groups into smaller ones, with the predominant use of the same transport (or with a different number and capacity of transport), but with a large number of guides.

** Some museums or excursions can be excluded from the program if circumstances beyond the control of the tour operator require it (time constraints due to covid-19 / bans on the operation of facilities). At the same time, as far as possible, we will offer an alternative replacement.

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