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53 Naberezhnaya reki Fontanki, St. Petersburg, 197198, Russia
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St Petersburg to Moscow by boat?

by juliminx

Is there any way I can go to Moscow by boat (on Volga) without booking a long cruise? I would like to do my own thing in St Petersburg, go to Moscow by boat and after a few days in Moscow, take the trans-siberian to Beijing. All tips and pointers will be appreciated. I am totally strange to Russia and would like to start arranging my trip. Thank you

Re: St Petersburg to Moscow by boat?

by Natalya2006

The River Volga doesn't connect Moscow and St.Petersburg. As I know there are no regular voyages between Moscow and St.Petersbur. Tourist agensies suggest cruises along Volgo-Balt Chanal. The minimum price (round trip) is 6685 roubles (=$257).
The information is only on Russian http://www.tehnotour.ru/
You can see prices at http://www.riverland.ru/river/schedule/#4 but only in Russian - prices are in the last column - see САНКТ-ПЕТЕРБУРГ - МОСКВА (in the middle of this web page).
On line booking http://www.rigmatour.ru/river.htm?_openstat=ZGlyZWN0LnlhbmRleC5ydTs2NjgxMzQ7ODk1Nzk2O3lhbmRleC5ydTpndWFyYW50ZWU
but in Russian :-(

Re: St Petersburg to Moscow by boat?

by juliminx

Thank you Natalya, I will certainly look up on your suggested sites. I will also look at your travel pages to get ideas!

Re: St Petersburg to Moscow by boat?

by Natalya2006

Sorry - Russians letters look like codes

Travel Tips for Saint Petersburg

The first thing I saw in the...

by mulivieri

The first thing I saw in the city was the Aurora, it's a military ship that was used as a school boat. Now it's anchored and it becomes a museum. You can go inside and visit it for free. The place I miss much is the 'Nevskij Prospekt' because all the free time I had, I spent there. This street is the heart of the city. Here you can find all the most nice shop (Produkty) and there (or nearby)there's the most important place to see.

Dvorzovy Bridge

by bugulma

Dvorzovy Bridge is the left bridge of the Neva River area in front of Hermitage and it joins the center of the city with Vasil’evsky Island. Dvorzovaya and Admiralty Embankments are very popular among citizens and tourists at nights when the bridge is swung.

May 18 - International Museum Day, Museum night

by sennaya

May 18, 2007 is National Museum Day where entrance to many state museums in Russia is free.

May 19, 2007 is Museum Night in St. Petersburg in honoro of the long days and coming of White Nights. Many activities take place at Peter and Paul Fortress between 7-11 pm.
The St. Isaac Collonade, where you can get a panoramic fiew of the central city, is open until 11 pm and costs 150 rubles. It is a long spiral staircase, then metal catwalk up to the columns, but a great view!

The date will change slightly each year, watch for it!

Peterhof

by Sharrie

This is the Summer Palace of Peter the Great.
Fountains & parks are the major draw to this seaside "resort" of the Russian imperial family.

Terraces of waterfalls, fountains & gardens sloping down towards the Gulf of Finland...
A majestic display of elegance & might.

Popularly called the "Russian Versailles", it is in fact very different from the French layout.
I've been to both...
Versailles is awesome but lacks the seaside factor. While Peterhof has that indescribable feeling of peace when one walks in its ground.
Going to both is an experience in itself.
Enchantment lies in whether one likes the parks or the palace itself.

Alexander Nevsky Lavra (Part II)

by Canadienne

The monastery’s buildings are beautiful ~ red and white dominate the grounds. They are the product of collaboration of many Russian and foreign architects/artists chosen by Peter the Great ~ Trezzini, Starov, Shubin, Fontano, Danilov and many others.

Like so many other religious institutions, the monastery was closed during the Soviet era. It was returned to the Orthodox Church in 1956, but not fully reopened until 1996.

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