Inclusions: hotel accommodation 4*, meals - breakfast at the hotel, except of the day of arrival, transfers as per the program, tickets on the route Moscow – Kazan, guided tours as per the program with an English-speaking guide, entrance tickets to museums and sightseeing sites.

Exclusions: international flights, additional excursions or transfers, accommodation in a single room, extra night stay at hotel.

Program of the tour
Day 1
Moscow. Arrival day
A tour to Russia is not complete without a tour to Moscow, the heart of Russia and one of the oldest cities in the country. It was founded in 1147. Moscow is a city of bright contrasts where quiet patriarchal courts and small streets adjoin to futuristic business centers, and old neighborhoods are interspersed with modern high-rises. World-famous sightseeing spots such as St Basil's Cathedral, the Kremlin & Red Square, the Tretyakov State Art Gallery, hundreds of amazing sights will keep you busy any time of a year. We have carefully selected the most exciting places to visit in Moscow.

At the first day you will meet with a guide after your arriving to the airport and will go to the hotel to have the rest after a flight.
Overnight: Hotel according to the program
Meals: Breakfast at the hotel (Lunch and dinner can be added optionally at the hotel or in one of the restaurants in the city)
Moscow. City tour + Kremlin
Russia is home for some of the most beautiful architecture in the world. Pokrovsky Cathedral, or St. Basil's Cathedral, is not just a church. It is a memorial temple constructed on Red Square in honor of the capture of Kazan and Astrakhan. The main fight in which the Russian troops won a victory happened in the day of the Intercession of the Theotokos. So the temple was consecrated in honor of this Christian holiday. The cathedral consists of separate churches. Each of them is also consecrated in honor of holidays in which there were decisive fights for Kazan: Trinities, the Palm Sunday and others.
The name "Kremlin" means "fortress inside a city", this construction had to protect the city from enemies. The Moscow Kremlin acquired the status of a sacral symbol representing the power of the great country. A holiday to Moscow is not complete without a visit to the Kremlin. Modern walls and towers of the Kremlin were constructed of red brick at the end of the 15th century. Now behind its walls, there are government buildings and a huge museum complex where thousands of artefacts telling about the history and the culture of Russia are stored. In 1990 both Red Square and the Moscow Kremlin were included in the UNESCO World Heritage List.
Red Square is a historical symbol of Moscow. The name of the square originated from the Russian word "Krasnaya" meaning "red" because it is related to the word "krasivaya" meaning "beautiful". The red square separates the Kremlin from a historic merchant quarter known as Kitai-gorod. Thousands of tourists come here not only from all corners of Russia but also from around the world.
All these places you will see during the second visit day. City tour and visit Kremlin will wait you at this day.
Overnight: Hotel according to the program
Meals: Breakfast at the hotel (Lunch and dinner can be added optionally at the hotel or in one of the restaurants in the city)
Tretyakov Gallery, River cruise, Metro tour
The third day will start with visiting Tretyakov gallery. The gallery's history starts in 1856 when the Moscow merchant Pavel Mikhailovich Tretyakov acquired works by Russian artists of his day with the aim of creating a collection, which might later grow into a museum of national art. In 1892, Tretyakov presented his already famous collection of approximately 2,000 works (1,362 paintings, 526 drawings, and 9 sculptures) to the Russian nation. The collection contains more than 130,000 exhibits, ranging from Theotokos of Vladimir and Andrei Rublev's Trinity to the monumental Composition VII by Wassily Kandinsky and the Black Square by Kazimir Malevich. After we will have the rest during Moscow River cruise on the comfortable boat during 2 hours. The Moskva River is one of the most beautiful things in Moscow. Very wide, mighty with stone made banks, pedestrian and transport bridges it attracts a lot of attention of tourists and residents. We are happy to offer you a two-hour boat-trip along the most unusual route in the center of Moscow around the Golden Island, along a unique section of the Vodootvodny Canal, which is inaccessible to other ships. Along with the iconic Moscow's attractions – the Kremlin, St. Basil's Cathedral, the Cathedral of Christ the Savior, the Monument to Peter the Great, you will see the bridges and floating fountains of the Vodootvodny Canal. And of course Moscow meto tour. Metro is the fastest ways to get anywhere in this city and to avoid traffic jams. The Moscow Metro was opened in 1935 As of 2018, the Moscow Metro excluding the Moscow Central Circle and Moscow Monorail has 224 stations (255 with Moscow Central Circle) and its route length is 381 km (237 mi), making it the fifth-longest in the world. It's the busiest metro system in Europe, and a tourist attraction in itself. Overnight: Hotel according to the program Meals: Breakfast at the hotel (Lunch and dinner can be added optionally at the hotel or in one of the restaurants in the city).
Moscow – Kazan. City tour + Kazan Kremlin.
After a comfortable train ride from Moscow to Kazan the guide will meet you at railway station and our trip will continue in another city in Russia.
Breakfast in one of the city cafe
Sightseeing city bus-tour:
You will visit Kremlin street, Bulak street, Old Tatar Sloboda and see Mardjani's mosque, Kaban lake, Park of 1000th anniversary of Kazan Old, The Peter and Paul Cathedral, the Monastery of the Mother God and other old places in Kazan. You will visit on of local museum in Kazan.
Walking Excursion to Kazan Kremlin.
Annunciation Cathedral, Governor Palace. Architectural monuments.
Legendary mosque "Kuhl Sharif", built according to the archival datas as a symbol of the Renaissance of the nation.
Lunch in one of the city restaurants with show-cooking program "Secrets of Tatar cuisine". (local cuisine)
Walking Excursion "Kazan Arbat"
Walk down the Prolomnaya street – the street of 4 centuries, Bauman street nowadays – the history of the central trading street of Kazan, the ensemble of monuments and architectures of the city:
Bell tower of the church of the Epiphany where Fyodor Chaliapin was baptized
State Bank, which kept the gold reserves of Russia;
fountains and a copy of the carriage of Catherine II
Transfer to the hotel. Check in. Free time.
Overnight: Hotel according to the program
Meals: Breakfast at the hotel, lunch at the café, (dinner can be added, if desired, either at the hotel or in one of the restaurants in the city).
Kazan – Sviyazhsk. Departure day.
Breakfast at the hotel restaurant.
Excursion to the city island Sviyazhsk with UNESCO-Object
The history of the city began on May 24, in 1551, when Ivan the Terrible decided to build on the island a wooden fortress. It took only four weeks. Sviyazhsk became a base supporting Russian troops in the war against the Kazan Khanate.
The island has unique historical and cultural monuments, such as Assumption Monastery of the Blessed Virgin, Sviazhsky Cathedral, John the Baptist Monastery which has the Trinity Church on its territory - the only remaining building from wooden Sviyazhsk. Through many centuries Sviyazhsk has been remaining a Russian Orthodox shrine.
Lunch at the restaurant on the island
Degustation of wine and vodka at the brand store of the local "Tatspirtprom" factory.
After that, a comfortable bus will take you to Kazan airport where you can begin your journey home. Departure.
Meals: Breakfast at the hotel, lunch at the café.
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