12 Days 8 Nights Moscow, St Petersburg & Kazan

Group Tour: 8 – 19 August 2024

The world’s largest country offers it all, from historic cities and idyllic countryside to artistic riches and epic train rides!

Gather at KLIA 3 hours before flight departure to Moscow via Dubai.

Welcome to Moscow – the heart of Russia and one of its oldest existing cities, Moscow blends the rich cultural heritage of Russia’s past with the bustling metropolis of the 21st century. Moscow will leave you awed whenever you choose to travel. Founded on the banks of the Moscow River, it’s uncertain exactly how Russia’s vibrant capital came to be. Its multifaceted past lends Moscow a mysterious atmosphere. Its streets have hosted Tsars, Emperors and Communist leaders, welcomed home the world’s first space traveler and inspired artists for centuries.

On arrival, meet and greet with local representative and proceed for breakfast.

  • MOSCOW CITY TOUR passing by the Red Square, Moscow State University, Bolshoj Theater, Triumphal Arch and go along the main Moscow streets: Tverskaya, Novy Arbat Avenue, Kutuzovsky Avenue, Sadovoje and Bulvarnoje Rings.

Check in at hotel after lunch and remainder of the day at leisure.

Overnight in Moscow.

  • RED SQUARE perhaps the most famous square in Moscow (and Russia) is located in the center of the city, it is 330 meters long and 70 meters wide (23,100 square meters of surface). In 1990, the whole of the Red Square and the Kremlin is declared as UNESCO World Heritage site.
  • REMLIN the word Kremlin means fortress or fortified city. In Russia there are more than 20 Kremlins (Moscow Kremlin, Kazan Kremlin, Novgorod Kremlin, etc.). The most famous in Russia is the Moscow Kremlin whose meaning since the Soviet era has been transformed and become synonymous with the Government of Russia.
  • KREMLIN ARMOURY which exhibits a wide collection of art objects from Russia and Europe from the 5th to the 20th century (Faberge Eggs, Royal Carriages, crowns, clothes of tsars, etc.). Inside the armory you will find also the Diamond Fund, one of the most important diamond exhibitions in the world comparable to the British Crown Jewels.
  • ST BASIL CATHEDRAL is the symbol of the city, despite not being the main cathedral of Moscow. The construction of the Cathedral was ordered by Tsar Ivan the Terrible, and took place between 1555 and 1561, to celebrate the conquest of the Kazan Khanate.
  • ARBAT STREET or Ulitsa Arbat, is also known as the Old Arbat, is one of the oldest original streets in the Russian capital.
  • THE STATE TRETYAKOV GALLERY is the national treasury of Russian fine art and one of the greatest museums in the world. It is located in one of the oldest directs of Moscow – Zamoskvorechye, not far from the Kremlin. The Gallery’s collection consists entirely of Russian art and artists who have made а contribution to the history of Russian art
  • MOSCOW STATE CIRCUS offering up heartstopping spectacles, mindblowing shows, and extraordinary performances, this circus show is by far the most famous in Moscow.

Overnight in Moscow.

Following breakfast, check our and transfer to Leningradsky Vokzal station and board the High Speed Sapsan train to St Peterburg – the cultural and historical heart of Russia and home to the Hermitage, one of the largest and most stunning art museums in the world, surrounded by canals, and home to beautiful white nights (when the sun never sets in summer), St. Petersburg is regal and inspiring.

Upon arrival in Moskovsky Vokzal station, meet and greet with local representative and transfer for dinner.

Check in at hotel and overnight in St Petersburgh.

  • THE ADMIRALITY BUILDING is one St. Petersburg’s oldest and most important buildings, opposite the Winter Palace and the focal point for three of the city’s main central streets.
  • THE SUMMER GARDEN the city’s oldest park and once functioned as a private retreat for Peter the Great
  • THE MARIINSKY THEATRE was built in 1847 and is one of the most renowned and important theaters in the history of Russian art. It’s stage has seen true legends, the best of the best has performed, acted and played here. Nowadays, it is definitely a highlight and a place you can’t miss visiting once you are in the city.
  • PETER AND PAUL FORTRESS is located on Zayachy Island. The fortress houses a cathedral in which the Romanovs are currently buried, as well as an old prison and different exhibitions on the city’s history.
  • ST PETERBURG MOSQUE this beautiful mosque (built 1910–14) was modelled on Samarkand’s Gur-e Amir Mausoleum. Its fluted azure dome and minarets are stunning and surprisingly prominent in the city’s skyline.

Overnight in St Peterburg.

  • PETERHOF is one of St. Petersburg’s most famous and popular visitor attractions, the palace and park at Peterhof (also known as Petrodvorets) are often referred to as “the Russian Versailles”, although many visitors conclude that the comparison does a disservice to the grandeur and scope of this majestic estate.
  • THE SHUVALOVKA VILLAGE is a wonderful cultural experience. Visitors can see what life in a northern village was like hundreds of years ago. The modern village of Shuvalovka is a copy of what the community looked like in 1714 prior to the Revolution and in the nineteenth century.

Overnight in St Petersburg.

  • THE WINTER PALACE AND STATE HERMITAGE MUSEUM is St. Petersburg’s most popular visitor attraction, and one of the world’s largest and most prestigious museums in the world. With over 3 million items in its collection, from Impressionist masterpieces to fascinating Oriental treasures. One estimate has it that you would need eleven years to view each exhibit on display for just one minute!

After lunch, transfer to airport for domestic flight to Kazan – is the capital of Tatarstan, which sits within Russia’s official borders, but whose government operates autonomously in many capacities, due to the large populations of ethnic Tatars who live within its borders. A trip to Kazan, to be sure, is like no other experience in Russia, thanks to the city’s millennium of history, the diverse population (and the fact that it manages to live mostly in peace) and a standard of modernity you might not expect outside Moscow or St. Petersburg.

On arrival, meet and greet with local representative and transfer to dinner.

Check in at hotel and overnight in Kazan.

  • THE KAZAN KREMLIM has a decidedly Islamic character, owing to the city’s large Muslim population and the mosque that exists within the citadel.  It is the city’s landmark and it is included in the UNESCO heritage list. On the Kremlin square, you will see the main Mosque of Kazan, its main Orthodox cathedral, and the famous Leaning Suumbike Tower, another symbol of Kazan.
  • KAZAN CITY TOUR includes The Old Tatar Quarter, inhabited by Tatar folks since 16the century, Cloth Sloboda, Суконная слобода — a Russian part of the ancient town, Kaban Lake with its myths and legends, Tugan Avylym (Home Village in Tatar), a village designed to resemble a genuine ancient Tatar village, a Puppet Theatre. You will make a photoshop on the main square of Kazan and Kazan Federal University. During the tour, you will notice the diversity of local culture: mosques’ minarets come along with the onion domes of Orthodox churches.

Overnight in Kazan.

  • THE HOUSE OF THE MERCHANT MULLIN is a museum in the old Tatar manor and showcases ancient Tatar objects, ancient interior and national costumes. The tour includes: a historical excursion, an interactive a Tatar tea party with delicious sweets and photoshoots in traditional Tatar attire. One floor of the museum is occupied by the “Museum of Tatar Hospitality”.

Overnight in Kazan.

Your journey today will include 190 kilometers ride from Kazan: you will visit Bolgar city, the former capital of the Volga Bulgaria ancient state. Bolgar is not just a regional monument. It’s an official UNESCO World Heritage Site acknowledged as an integral part of the history of the entire Russian nation. In fact, Bolgar was the first protected heritage site in all of Russia.

  • THE WHITE MOSQUE is a modern construction. It is open in the summer of 2012. The best works of Islamic architecture around the world served as inspiration for its construction. The ensemble of the White Mosque is a prayer square with a refined arcade of 88 eastern columns, refined minaret towers and a main dome with skillfully stained-glass windows.

From here, we transfer back to Kazan and check out from hotel. Proceed for dinner following which we transfer to airport.

Flight back to Kuala Lumpur via Dubai.

Arrival Kuala Lumpur.

  • Return international flight tickets on Economy class flights on Emirates
  • One-way domestic flight tickets on Economy class from St Petersburg to Kazan
  • Return airport taxes
  • 23kg baggage allowance
  • One-way Sapsan train 2nd class ticket from Moscow to St Petersburg
  • 8 nights accommdoation
  • Fullboard meals as per itinerary
  • Private tour & entrance fees as per itinerary: Kremlin with Ground and Armoury, Izmailovo Kremlin, Moscow Circus, Grand Palace in Peterhof, Shuvalovka Village & Neva River Cruise
  • Private transportation throughout tour
  • Tipping for local guide & driver
  • Services of local English speaking guide
  • Services of Tour Manager from Fairys Holiday
  • Travel Insurance
  • Travel Simcard
  • Porterage, laundry and minibar at the hotel
  • Excess baggage
  • Other items nor mentioned in the itinerary and/or deem personal in nature
  • Minimum 20 pax to go
  • Rate is valid based on departure date stated
  • Maximum hotel room occupancy is 3A OR 2A + 1C
  • Infant between 0-24 months are required to pay for Airfare only
  • Children rate applies to those between 3 to 11 years only
  • Standard Terms & Conditions apply


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