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Military tour

TUI Russia presents a great opportunity to travel the path of a real elite force “Spetsnaz” fighter, to visit secret KGB objects and to discover the history of Russian military forces.

Route: Moscow-Saint Petersburg
Duration: 8 days/7 nights
Physical difficulty level: Medium
Age: Minimum age of passengers is 10 y.o.
Meal plan: Half board
Languages: English/ French/ Spanish/ German

Day 1 Friday – Moscow
Arrival to Moscow
Meet& greet at the arrivals
Transfer to the hotel

Day 2 Saturday – Moscow
Meeting the guide at the hotel lobby
Excursion to the Moscow Kremlin
Excursion to the Armoury Chamber
Red Square
Change of guard
Metro tour
* An evening river cruise on the “Radisson Flotilla” yacht

Day 3 Sunday – Moscow
Meeting the guide at the hotel lobby
Armata tour transfer (Moscow countryside)
Armata tour: change into the military uniform; obstacle line crossing (Log, Maze, Wall, Tunnel). Grenade throwing. Blank Kalashnikov machine-gun shooting; 2-km drive by T-14 Armata or by SP artillery mount Gromada.
*Optional Helicopter flight
Military lunch
Return to Moscow
*Optional activity “the Moscow Circus”

Day 4 Monday – Moscow
Free day
*Optional excursion Bunker-42
Transfer to the train station for St.Petersburg train
Overnight journey to Saint Petersburg in a sleeping car

Day 5 Tuesday – St. Petersburg
Arrival to St. Petersburg
Meeting the guide at the train station
Breakfast in the city
City tour, excursion to Peter&Paul fortress
Lunch in the city
Excursion to the State Hermitage Museum
Transfer to the hotel
*Optional Folk Show at Nikolaevsky Palace

Day 6 Wednesday – St. Petersburg
Meeting the guide at the hotel lobby
Excursion to Submarine C-189
Transfer to Kronstadt
Observation tour of Kronstadt excursion to the Naval Cathedral
Return to the city
*Optional river and canal city-cruise

Day 7 Thursday – St. Petersburg
Free day
*Optional Excursion to Petergof (parks and grand palace)

Day 8 Friday – ST. Petersburg
Meeting the guide at the hotel lobby
Transfer to the airport

Moscow (3 nighs) – Hotel Ibis Paveletskaya or similar ***
St. Petersburg (3 nights) – Hotel Station L1 or similar ***

Moscow (3 nights) – Hotel Holiday Inn Tagansky or similar ****
St. Petersburg (3 nights) – Hotel Sokos or similar ****

  • Accommodation in the hotel of the chosen category on B&B
  • Transfers and visits according to program
  • English speaking local guide for all visits and transfers (guides working with other languages are available by request, their rates may vary)
  • Half board (7 breakfasts at the hotel, 4 lunches)
  • Headphones from D2 to D4 for the groups from 20 pax
not included:
  • Optional excursions
  • Tips to guides and drivers
  • Porterage service at hotels and train stations
  • Personal expenses
  • Radisson Flotilia
  • The Moscow Circus
  • Bunker-42
  • Peterhof
  • The Folk Show

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Description of sights, excursions and activities


The Moscow Kremlin
The Moscow Kremlin tour including internal tour to one of its Cathedrals.
The major part of the inner Kremlin territory is open for visitors. It’s home to the ancient ensemble of architecture comprising of temples and cathedrals, palaces and picturesque squares. The territory of the Moscow Kremlin is a town inside a city, its creation took many centuries and it still preserves the memorable objects of traditional Russian architecture of XIV—XX centuries

Moscow metro tour
Moscow Metro is rightfully considered to be a unique system of urban infrastructure being the most beautiful, the deepest and the largest of all the similar existent networks of transportation. It has been keeping the status of Cultural Significance Object for quite a long time already. Our tour reveals the answers to many questions arising in curious minds.
This Underground City Palace route will teach us not to get bored waiting for the next train to arrive; we will learn to understand the meaning of those intricate interior patterns.

Red Square
Red Square – the very heart of Moscow! You will see all the fascinating landmarks, surrounding this central square of our capital: St. Basils, the Mausoleum, GUM, the Spasskaya Tower, the Bolshoi etc. And of course, you will stroll down the famous paving stones of Red Square.

Armoury Chamber
The Armoury dates to 1511, when it was founded under Vasily III to manufacture and store weapons, imperial arms and regalia for the royal court. Later it also produced jewellery, icon frames and embroidery. To this day, the Armoury contains plenty of treasures for ogling, and remains a highlight of any visit to the Kremlin.

An evening river cruise on the “Radisson Flotilla” yacht / Optional
Flotilla Radisson Royal, Moscow consists of 10 ice-classed yachts with a full restaurant service Every day and all year round the yachts present excursion and entertainment cruises along the Moscow River. During these 2,5-3 hours cruise passengers will enjoy the most remarkable sights of Moscow: Kremlin, Novodevichy Convent, monument to Peter I, St. Basil’s Cathedral, University and other symbolic monuments.
Due to constructional features, speed performance and equipment the yachts designed to easily pass through the ice and provide comfort for passengers even in the harshest of Russian winters: complete with all-weather panoramic windows, climate control and strengthened yacht’s hull. As standard all of our yachts conform to the highest level of safety and environmental security.

Find yourself in an exciting adventure in a military training grounds located in the immediate vicinity of Moscow. The programme includes not only fascinating tour to the Military Hardware Museum, but also a real-life experience of an elite force fighter. After the safety brief you will go on a mission requiring shooting Kalashnikov, riding a tank, crossing an obstacle zone and etc. You will be dressed in a military uniform and all the activities will be carefully managed in order for you to stay safe all along.
At the end of the programme you will have an authentic Russian soldier meal brought to you on a mobile kitchen truck, and don’t forget a fighters’ shot (vodka)! This adventure not only will give you a handful of great memories and bright impressions – the photos, taken during and after the mission will definitely surprise your all of your friends and followers!

The Moscow State Circus / Optional
The Moscow State Circus is a magical experience for people of all ages coming together to see some fantastically unbelievable acts. Its impressive auditorium is an enormous 36 meters tall and can seat up to 3,400 people. The circus building contains all the necessary technology and equipment to make its daring and varied range of acts possible. The floor of the main auditorium is an impressive 18 meters deep and features five interchangeable rings, which are used for the various horse, water, ice and animal acts featured in each performance. 

Bunker-42 / Optional
The only museum in the world dedicated to the Cold War between the USSR and the USA. It is also a unique military facility of historic significance, located 65 meters below ground level and open to visitors. — Reserved Operations Office (ГО-42)

Saint Petersburg

Sightseeing city-tour of Saint Petersburg
Discover our beautiful “Northern Capital” and its bright and glorious history!
You will admire panoramic views over the Neva and beautiful central squares as we drive down the central prospects and city-streets. You will see all the worldwide famous landmarks of the city: the Spit of Basil (Vasilievsky) Island, Saint Isaac’s cathedral (one of the most widely-known landmarks) the Bronze Horseman – an equestrian statue of Peter the Great on Senate Square, the Field of Mars, the cruiser Aurora and, of course, the picturesque Palace embankment and jaw-dropping Palace Square – the heart of the city that witnessed so many dramatic events, the Winter Palace, Mikhailovsky castle and many others.

Peter and Paul Fortress
Peter and Paul Fortress is the very first settlement in the area and the cradle of the city. Nowadays its home to a significant complex offering a bizarre selection of attractions to explore: the famous Cathedral of the Saint Apostles Peter and Paul, Commandant’s House museum representing the history of the city, the Engineer’s House, Museum of Space Exploration, the Mint and the Printing Workshops, Trubetskoy Bastion Prison the Neva Curtain Wall archway and so on. 

Boat Cruise / Optional
Built across the marshlands of the Neva River delta, St. Petersburg is notable by its countless tributaries and canals tightly woven into the urban structure. In the city centre, St. Petersburg’s famous granite embankments are home to many of the city’s grandest buildings, and boat trips along the historic rivers and canals are an essential part of any sightseeing itinerary.

The State Hermitage Museum
The Hermitage, Russia’s most famous palace and museum, is located within a complex of several buildings along the riverbanks right in the city-center. The general exhibition contains millions of art works: paintings, sculptures, archaeological pieces, numismatics objects and other artefacts. 

Nikolaevsky Palace Folk Show / Optional
Nikolaevsky Palace today is not just one of the luxury palaces of Saint Petersburg – it is also a place running a magnificent Folk Show “Feel Like a Russian”(Feel yourself Russian). The precious interiors of the Palace are undeniably gorgeous and literally breathe history, while the Folk Show presents the best of Russian culture through wonderful voices of singers and incredible skills of Russian folk ballet dancers. Being a guest of the Palace, you can feel like a real Tsar’s guest.

Submarine C-189
Built at St. Petersburg’s Baltic Factory and launched in 1954, the C-189 is a 613-class diesel-electric submarine that saw 35 years service in the Soviet fleet. Decommissioned in 1990, the C-189 eventually sank in the harbour at Kronshtadt, but was rescued in 2005 by a local businessman and former submariner, who decided to turn the vessel into a museum. The submarine has been fully restored, and guests are free to wander the length and breadth of the vessel, and to touch whatever they want. Entertaining guided tours (in Russian) are provided by former submariners.

Kronstadt is a town located on Kotlin Island in the Gulf of Finland. In 1703, on the southern part of the island, Peter the Great ordered the construction of a fort to protect the approaches to St. Petersburg from the Swedish navy. One of the main attractions here is the Kronstadt Naval Cathedral. The golden dome of this temple can be seen from almost anywhere in Kronstadt, while it is comparable with Istanbul’s Hagia Sophia in size. The Petrovsky Dock is another must-see.
This dock was built during Peter’s reign, with the active participation of the sovereign himself. Its lock system is especially remarkable – with its help, the dock can be completely drained in just a few hours, something that used to make indelible impressions on visiting foreigners. Pumping out of the water in similar Western docks took weeks to achieve. 

Peterhof Palace and gardens are commonly called “the Russian Versailles” and together with the Peterhof town center they are acknowledged as UNESCO world heritage site. The palace estate comprises much more than just one palace, but the Grand Palace is the star attraction. It was build by order of Peter the Great and was intended to outshine all other European palaces. It exhibits many artistic styles, opulence, the preferences of the Russian Tsar and work by master craftsmen. The palace complex covers 500 hectares and includes Strelna, Oranienbaum and Peterhof.

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