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Destination- Northern Europe - 15D12N BEST OF RUSSIA + BALTICS (APR - OCT)

Tour Highlights:

MOSCOW

• State Circus

• Moscow Kremlin (entrance included)

• Red Square

• St. Basil’s Cathedral (entrance included)

• Moscow Metro tour

SERGIEV POSAD

• Trinity Sergius Lavra

• Matryoshka Doll Factory

ST. PETERSBURG

• Hermitage Museum (entrance included)

• Peterhof Palace (entrance included)

• Catherine Palace (entrance included) 

LITHUANIA

VILNIUS

• Old Town.

ŠIAULIAI

• Hill of Crosses

LATVIA

RUNDALE

• Rundale Palace 

RIGA

• Riga Central market

• Canal Boat Tour

SIGULDA

 • Turaida Museum Reserve

• Turaida church

ESTONIA

TALLINN

• Old Town

Meal Plans:

15 Breakfasts, 10 Lunches, 10 Dinners

Special meals:

HOTELS

4★ HOTELS

MOSCOW Azimut / Holiday Inn

ST. PETERSBURG Holiday Inn

TALLINN Tallink Spa & Conference

RIGA Radisson Blu Daugava

VILLNIUS Hotel Congress Vilnius 

*Note: Hotels subject to final confirmation. Should there be changes, customers will be offered accommodation similar to this list.

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Assemble at the airport and take-off to the city of Moscow, the capital of Russia.
Upon arrival, enjoy the rest of the day free at leisure.
Kick off the day with an exhilarating adventure to the Moscow Kremlin, an old fortified complex in the heart of Moscow that has housed generations of Russian rulers and remains as the official residence of the President of the Russian Federation to this day. Home to some of the most beautiful Russian Orthodox monuments, make your way to the Cathedral Square to see the magnificent churches that have each played their part in history. Gaze in wonder at the architectural masterpieces of the Assumption Cathedral, the Annunciation Cathedral and the Archangel’s Cathedral, as well as the Tsar Bell and the Tsar Cannon that are displayed on the grounds of the Kremlin. For lunch, we will dine in the Turandot Palace Restaurant. The baroque interior of the place is unbelievably extravagant, with hand-painted furniture, gilded light fixtures and a fresco cupola ceiling. After lunch, embark on a Moscow Metro Ride, one of the most elaborate transport systems and beautiful railways in the world. We will also visit the Izmailovo Market, located not far from Partizanskaya metro station, where you can find original, peculiar, old fashioned articles steeped in history. As dusk falls, prepare yourself for a night of entertainment with a performance by the world-famous Moscow State Circus.
Take a side trip out of Moscow and head to the pilgrim town of Sergiev Posad, founded by the country’s most revered monk, St. Sergius of Radonezh. Pay a visit to the Trinity Sergius Lavra, the most important landmark of this town as well as one of the most important monasteries of the Russian Orthodox Church. Then visit a Matryoshka Doll Factory to learn about the production of these traditional nesting ‘Trinity’ toys.
Go on a sightseeing tour of the unique Russian Moscow city, which will bring you to view the Red Square, GUM Department Store and visit the St.Basil’s Cathedral. Go on-board a high-speed train that will take you to St Petersburg, second largest city in Russia.
Enjoy a city tour of St. Petersburg and explore the sights of the Kazan Cathedral, Church of Our Savior on Spilled Blood and the St. Isaac’s Cathedral. We will also visit the State Hermitage Museum, which comprises of five buildings that were formerly the residence of the Tsars and home to one of the finest art collections in the world, with the bulk of the vast collection being found in the grand Winter Palace.
Pay a visit to Peterhof, an imperial estate situated just west of St. Petersburg that is often referred as the ‘Russian Versailles’, the favourite Summer Palace of Peter the Great. Marvel at the magnificent palace, their richly decorated interiors with gold, and beautiful fountains adorned with gold statues of ancient Greek and Roman gods and goddesses. After visiting Peterhof, we will enjoy a visit to the town of Pushkin, a picturesque suburb in St. Petersburg. The Catherine Park, an inseparable part of the ensemble and a very poetic place, is a magnificent example of creative labor spanning several generations of talented Russian architects. During the Catherine Palace excursion, you will learn about the mysterious history the Amber Room and see its splendid interiors, designed by eminent architects, which was recently restored. At night, enjoy a folk show and dinner with unlimited vodka and wine at the authentic Russian restaurant - Podvorye, where President Putin held his 50th birthday celebration.
Today we will depart St Petersburg by train and will arrive at Tallinn, Estonia’s capital on the Baltic Sea, the country’s cultural hub. Note: In the event that the train is fully booked due to 1 departure per day only, it will be replace by coach instead.
Take on a city tour of Tallinn, a picturesque old city, where whole districts date back to the middle Ages. You will visit the Old Town with its quaint narrow streets and beautiful merchants' houses exemplifying the best of Gothic architecture. The tour includes Toompea Castle, the 13th century Dome Church, the 19th century Russian orthodox Cathedral of Alexander Nevsky, the 15th century Town Hall Square, the Old Guild built to celebrate Tallinn's membership in the Hanseatic League, and St. Olaf's Church. Tonight, we will have a local dinner at a Medieval restaurant in the city center.
Then, we will pass by parnu and depart for Sigulda and visit the Turaida Museum Reserve, a historical centre of Turaida and comprises archaeological, historical and art monuments that tell us about the events that have taken place since the 11th century. Turaida church, one of the oldest wooden churches built by the local rural craftsmen, is situated here. A graveyard was established here for the first baptized Livs. This evening, arrive at Riga, Latvia’s capital, set on the Baltic Sea at the mouth of the River Daugava.
A sightseeing tour begins with driving along the central boulevards of Riga, enjoying the view of the City Canal Parks, the Bastion Hill, the Powder Tower, the Latvian National Theatre, the Fine Arts Museum, the Art Nouveau buildings of the beginning of the century, the Freedom Monument erected in 1935 to celebrate Latvia's independence, University of Latvia, the Opera House, and Daugava River with its bridges. During the walking part of the tour you will enjoy the beauty of the ancient Hanseatic city, while strolling through the cobble-stone, picturesque streets of the Old Town. In Old Riga you will see the Dome Cathedral which boasts one of the world’s largest pipe organs, St. Peter's Church with magnificent views of the city from its steeple, the old Guild Houses, the Swedish Gate, the architectural ensemble Three Brothers, St. Jacob’s Church, the Parliament House, Old Riga Castle, and view the many wonderfully restored buildings, now housing cozy restaurants, cafes, bars and souvenir shops. Next, we will have a food tasting while visiting the Riga Central Market! During visit, you will be able to taste different types of bread, marinated vegetables, fish, meat and cheese. Then take on a Canal Boat Tour and enjoy nice ride in city channel and explore Riga from different angle.
Today, visit the Rundale Palace, the ‘most magnificent masterpiece of baroque architecture in the Baltic States. The palace boasts a beautiful French-style park surrounded by a canal. Enroute we will make a stop at the Hill of Crosses, a unique place in Lithuania where millions of crosses and rosaries are put on two hills by Lithuanians and others from all over the world in an expression of spontaneous faith, and as a symbol not of grief and death but of faith, love and sacrifice. This evening, arrive at city of Vilnius, Lithuania’s capital, known for its baroque architecture, seen especially in its medieval Old Town.
Vilnius city tour. During sightseeing in Vilnius tourists visits Old Town of Vilnius, which is included to the UNESCO World Heritage List, looks like a maze of small streets. In the center of the Old Town stands the Cathedral with a bell tower. In the narrow old streets one will see numerous pieces of historical heritage, like St. Anne's Church - a gem of Gothic architecture, University building, St. Peter -Paul Church, as well as the ruins of the Upper and Lower Castle. We will go to the Užupis District, and head to Hill of Three Crosses. Legend has it that long ago seven Franciscan monks were crucified here, and four were thrown into the Vilnia River afterwards. The first crosses were erected on the hill in the 17th century in memory of these martyrs. During Stalin's rule the three crosses were removed and buried. It was only on June 14, 1989, that a new memorial was unveiled, rebuild according to the original plans. These crosses are symbols of Lithuanian mourning and hope.
Today, we will visit Trakai, the former capital of Lithuania, which is situated on an island in the middle of a lake. The 14th century red brick castle now houses the Art Museum. The castles of Trakai are the best known works of defensive architecture in Lithuania. The old town of Trakai, which includes the Island and the Peninsula Castles, surrounded by lakes, is one of the most impressive and most picturesque locations in Europe. Something special is awaiting for us as we have lunch and Kybyn tasting at local restaurant Kybynlar. There will be kybyn cooking demonstration and tasting of this traditional karaim dish in a real karaim community house, located in Trakai. The chance to taste national Karaim cuisine, which is famed for its oriental aromas. Kybyn are prepared according to old recipes saved in Karaims families. Cozy halls with traditional Karaims ornamentation, covered outside terraces on shore of Galvė Lake. Transfer to the airport for your flight home. Castles, surrounded by lakes, is one of the most impressive and most picturesque locations in Europe. Something special is awaiting for us as we have lunch and Kybyn tasting at local restaurant Kybynlar. There will be kybyn cooking demonstration and tasting of this traditional karaim dish in a real karaim community house, located in Trakai. The chance to taste national Karaim cuisine, which is famed for its oriental aromas. Kybyn are prepared according to old recipes saved in Karaims families. Cozy halls with traditional Karaims ornamentation, covered outside terraces on shore of Galvė Lake. Transfer to the airport for your flight home.
We hope you enjoyed your trip with our company and we look forward to seeing you again for your next trip.
• A minimum group size of 15 passengers is required for a confirmed departure. • The sequence of the itinerary, flight schedules and hotels are subject to change without prior notice in the event of unforeseen circumstances. • Activities are subject to weather conditions. • During major events and festivals, accommodation may be re-located to outside of the city or in another city without prior notice. TRAKAI

Note

  • Do note that the third bed for triple room may be a "roll-away" bed.
  • The below chart serves a guideline and may not be applicable to all destinations.
  • For maximum comfort, we highly recommend a family of four to stay in two rooms.
  • If extra bed are not available, passengers will be put into : 1 Standard Double / Twin Room + 1 Standard Single Room

ROOM

Standard Single Room

ADULTS (Age: 13+)

CHILDREN (Age: 0-12)

  • 1 adult x $ Twin
  • 1 child x $ Half Twin

ROOM

Standard Double / Twin Room

ADULTS (Age: 13+)

CHILDREN (Age: 0-12)

  • 1 adult x $ Twin
  • 1 child x $ Half Twin

ROOM

Standard Triple Room

ADULTS (Age: 13+)

CHILDREN (Age: 0-12)

  

  • 1 adult x $ Triple
  • 1 child x $ Half Twin
  • 1 child x $ with Bed
  • 1 child x $ No Bed

ROOM

Standard Double / Twin Room

ADULTS (Age: 13+)

CHILDREN (Age: 0-12)

  • 2 adults x $ Twin

ROOM

Standard Triple Room

ADULTS (Age: 13+)

CHILDREN (Age: 0-12)

  • 2 adults x $ Triple
  • 1 child x $ Half Twin
  • child x $ No Bed

ROOM

Standard Double / Twin Room

ADULTS (Age: 13+)

CHILDREN (Age: 0-12)

  • 1 adult x $ Single
ROOMADULTS (Age: 13+)CHILDREN (Age: 0-12)
Standard Single Room
  • 1 adult x $ Single
Standard Double / Twin Room
  • 1 adult x $ Twin
  • 1 child x $ Half Twin
Standard Triple Room
  • 1 adult x $ Triple
  • 1 child x $ Half Twin
  • 1 child x $ with Bed
  • 1 child x $ No Bed
Standard Double / Twin Room 
  • 2 adults x $ Twin
Standard Triple Room  
  • 2 adults x $ Triple
  • 1 child x $ Half Twin
  • child x $ No Bed
Standard Double / Twin Room 
  • 1 adult x $ Single
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  • Price shown are in SGD
  • Prices based on twin sharing, and does not include airport taxes and fuel surcharges, optional tours and gratitude for local guides, drivers and tour leaders, if applicable
  • All tours subject to group size for confirmation
  • Land arrangement excludes flight arrangements, optional tours and gratitude for local guides, drivers and tour leaders, if applicable
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15D12N BEST OF RUSSIA + BALTICS (APR - OCT)

Tour code: ENDMES

Visit four distinct nations Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, Russia and experience the cultural rebirth of the Baltic States and the imperial riches of St. Petersburg and Moscow.

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