Join us on one of our English-language, guaranteed departure Russia Tours – we offer two centre tours with superb 4 star hotels in Moscow and St Petersburg, plus city breaks to either Moscow or St Petersburg. For 2017 we have added a Special Departure Tour on 13 October, to recognize the centenary of the October Russian Revolution of 1917. Our special tour includes places of interest not usually visited and is certain to be a memorable experience.
We offer also our own private journeys to Russia based on 5 star hotels to visit the highlights of Moscow and St Petersburg with your own personal guide and driver.
In addition we offer our own Golden Ring Russia Tour – including the ancient towns of the Golden Ring of Russia! All tours include sightseeing programmes which may include guided tours of the Kremlin (and Armoury), Hermitage museum , Catherine’s Palace at Pushkin and much more! For deluxe travellers wishing a really special tour, take a look at our new year programme in St Petersburg featuring the Tsar’s Ball, a star studded gala dinner at Catherine Palace in Pushkin!
Click on the Tours below to see the full programme, dates and prices – and welcome to Russia! If you need more information, our dedicated reservations professionals are here to answer all your questions – just email or phone us. Our reservations team are specialists in advising on Russian visas, arrangements at Russian consulates and visa application centres throughout the world. Our Moscow office is fully licensed to issue supporting documentation as required to obtain a Russian visa. Our customers come from many different countries and meet up in Russia to join like-minded travellers for the experience of a lifetime – so our tours do not include flights, allowing easy pre- and post-tour cruise and land tour extensions.
We look forward to seeing you on our tours and welcoming you to Russia!
STOP PRESS!! RUSSIA GOES VISA FREE FOR SOUTH AFRICANS
Press Release on the Russian-South African protocol on reciprocal abolition of visa requirements
The Protocol between the Government of the Russian Federation and the Government of the Republic of South Africa on the reciprocal repeal of visa requirements for foreign travel passports, that was concluded by an exchange of official documents, will come into force on March 30 2017. Under the Protocol’s provisions, citizens of Russia and South Africa travelling without the intention of working, studying or living in the other country’s territory, are free from visa requirements and can enter, stay or transit without a visa for a duration of up to 90 days.