Russia Odyssey
From St. Petersburg and Moscow, the icon cities of Russia’s west, to the remote solitude of Siberia and the Russian Far East, witness fantastic scenery, a society in transition, and the culture of a very warm and receptive people along the entirety of the Trans-Siberian Railroad.

In historic St. Petersburg, see highlights that include the Nevsky Prospect, Palace Square, Summer Gardens and Vasilievsky Island. Moving on to Moscow, one of the ancient capitols of the world, visit famous Red Square, the Moscow Kremlin, Moscow University and Victory Park, and experience the renowned Bolshoi Theatre.

From these international centers of culture and commerce, you will comfortably glide through scenic taiga forest, boundless steppes and frozen tundra by first-class train to the great expanse of Siberia. En route, you will learn about the history, geography, and culture of this vast land from your personal guide.

With stops at Ekaterinburg, Omsk, Novosibirsk, Irkutsk, Lake Bailkal, Ulan Ude, Khabarovsk, and Vladivostok you will have the opportunity to visit extraordinary museums, see impressive architecture, and gain an understanding of the resilient people who have endured a complex social, economic and political struggle that would devastate lesser personalities.
Tours to Moscow and St. Petersburg
Travel to Moscow and St. Petersburg
14 days/ 13 nights
March - September, 2011
$8,500 (USD)pp double occupancy from Moscow.