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A$3479, was A$4255 – Uncover the mysteries of Russia and Scandinavia on an enchanting 15-night tour through Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Estonia, St. Petersburg and Moscow. Visit the canals of Gothenburg, Helsinki’s lively open-air markets, Tallinn’s Toompea Castle, St. Petersburg’s Yusupov Palace, Moscow’s historic Red Square and Lenin’s Tomb, and more. Includes deluxe hotels, select meals, high-speed train and ferry transfers and more for only $3,479 per person (twin share), valued up to $4,255. – Deal

 Uncover the mysteries of Russia and Scandinavia on an enchanting 15-night tour through Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Estonia, St. Petersburg and Moscow. Visit the canals of Gothenburg, Helsinki’s lively open-air markets, Tallinn’s Toompea Castle, St. Petersburg’s Yusupov Palace, Moscow’s historic Red Square and Lenin’s Tomb, and more. Includes deluxe hotels, select meals, high-speed train and ferry transfers and more for only $3,479 per person (twin share), valued up to $4,255.

A$3479, was A$4255 – Uncover the mysteries of Russia and Scandinavia on an enchanting 15-night tour through Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Estonia, St. Petersburg and Moscow. Visit the canals of Gothenburg, Helsinki’s lively open-air markets, Tallinn’s Toompea Castle, St. Petersburg’s Yusupov Palace, Moscow’s historic Red Square and Lenin’s Tomb, and more. Includes deluxe hotels, select meals, high-speed train and ferry transfers and more for only $3,479 per person (twin share), valued up to $4,255. – Deal

Be bewitched by the magic of Russia and Scandinavia on a 15-night journey through Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Estonia and Russia including deluxe accommodation, select meals, sightseeing and all transfers between cities for only $3,479 per person (twin share) during low season and $3,699 per person (twin share) during high season (see the ‘Fine Print’ tab for dates).

This trip marks the first time ever Luxury Escapes has offered a tour that includes the enchanting and mysterious nation of Russia.

Your journey begins in Denmark’s lively capital, Copenhagen, before moving on to the charming cities of Gothenburg and Stockholm in Sweden, followed by Helsinki in Finland and Tallinn, Estonia then, conclude your tour with visits to Russia’s popular cities of St. Petersburg and Moscow.

Enjoy the convenience of a planned getaway giving you the most insightful view into the culture, history and natural beauty of Russia and Scandinavia in style and comfort along the way.

Check out the ‘Gallery’ tab for a sneak peek at your adventure.

Itinerary Highlights

Begin your Scandinavian adventure in the beautiful Danish capital of Copenhagen where you will discover the renowned Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek Art Museum, National Museum, the 17th-century harbour area of Nyhavn and Amalienborg Palace, the winter residence of the Danish Royal Family. You’ll also get to explore the iconic Little Mermaid statue and Christiansborg Palace on the tiny island of Slotsholmen.

Next, travel to Gothenburg, Sweden’s second-largest city. Explore the city’s charming Dutch-style canals and leafy boulevards, and enjoy a delightful dinner of Swedish favourites at the hotel.

Travel to Stockholm via the majestic shores of Lake Vattern. Once in Stockholm, discover the Italian Baroque Royal Palace, Riddarholm Church and the famous Blue Hall and Gold Hall at City Hall where the Nobel Banquet is held each year. Stroll through the narrow cobbled streets of the medieval Old Town and discover rows of 17th and 18th-century storybook buildings, the 700-year-old Storkyrkan Cathedral, the Nobel Museum and historic Stortorget Square.

Depart Stockholm on an overnight ferry to Finland’s capital city, Helsinki. Discover the city’s famous open-air market at the harbour and explore the stunning architecture that dates back to the eras of Russian and Swedish rule. Explore the busy Senate Square and wonder at the unique designs of Helsinki Cathedral, Government Palace and National Library. View the restored Lasipalatsi building and visit the Temppeliaukio Church, also known as the ‘Rock Church’ because it was excavated and built out of solid rock.

Take the ferry to Tallinn, the scenic capital of Estonia. Here you will explore the city’s enchanting medieval streets, soaring towers and Gothic churches, as well as Baroque Kadriorg Palace, the Song Festival grounds, and the ruins of the 15th-century Brigit’s convent. There’s also time to explore Toompea Castle, the 14th-century Gothic Town Hall, and the Alexander Nevsky Cathedral where you’ll hear about the city’s history and culture.

Return to Helsinki to board a high-speed train to Saint Petersburg in Russia. Explore the amazing sites of this glorious city, and the former capital of the Romanov Czars. View the monumental St. Isaac’s Cathedral, the Bronze Horseman monument to Peter the Great, Palace Square and the remarkable Winter Palace and Hermitage Museum. You’ll also visit the magnificent Church of the Savior on Spilt Blood and the mysterious St. Michael’s Castle.

While in St. Petersburg, spend time at the renowned Hermitage Museum, which houses the largest and richest collection of Western art in the world. View masterpieces by Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci, Picasso, Rembrandt, Van Gogh and Monet spanning six buildings including the Winter Palace where Russian Royalty once lived.

Your third day in St. Petersburg includes an afternoon visit to the Yusupov Palace, home to one of the wealthiest and most distinguished noble families of the 19th century. This palace rivals those owned by the Romanovs, with a history that is almost as intriguing.

Depart St. Petersburg on a high-speed train to Moscow, the symbolic heart and soul of Russia. Enjoy a ‘Welcome to Moscow’ dinner at a local restaurant before waking the next day to explore the Kremlin, the former residence of the Russian Czars. This jam-packed day includes visits to the Czar Cannon, the 16th-century Czar Bell, Cathedral Square and Armory Museum, home to the extraordinary jewelled Faberge Eggs. You’ll also visit the historic Red Square, home to Lenin’s Tomb and the colourful St. Basil’s Cathedral.

On the final day of your tour, visit the renowned Tretyakovsky State Gallery, one of the greatest art museums in the world and home to a collection of more than 150,000 works of art, dating from the 10th to 19th centuries, including exquisite Russian icons, paintings, and sculptures.

Check out the ‘Itinerary Tab’ for more information.

Your Package Includes

Accommodation in centrally located hotels throughout the tour. Spend two nights at the Imperial Copenhagen, one night at First Hotel Goteborg in Gothenburg, two nights at Scandic Anglais in Stockholm, one night on an overnight ferry to Helsinki, two nights at the Scandic Simonkentta in Helsinki, four nights at the Radisson Sonya Hotel in St. Petersburg and three nights at the Marriott Tverskaya Hotel in Moscow.

Dine on delicious local and international fare with 23 meals including 15 breakfasts, one lunch at a local restaurant and seven dinners with wine, including a welcome dinner and farewell dinner, plus plenty of opportunities to explore the exciting food scenes of Russia and Scandinavia.

All sightseeing, entry fees and tipping as per the itinerary.

An English-speaking tour manager to guide you throughout your tour of Russia and Scandinavia and answer all of your history and culture-related questions.

Transfers throughout the tour, including most sightseeing excursions, in a comfortable air-conditioned motor coach.

A round-trip ferry journey from Stockholm to Helsinki and two high-speed train rides through Russia.

Important Information

Travel dates available until 16 September 2017.

Click on the ‘Fine Print’ tab above to read all the terms and conditions relating to this offer.

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