From: $3,373 per person
Embark port : St. Petersburg
Disembark port : Rostov-on-Don

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Cross Russia from its northern shores to its southern beaches. Travel from St. Petersburg to Rostov-on-Don via an intricate network of canals and explore its unique history and culture both past and present.

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MS Litvinov

Many travelers favor the MS Maxim Litvinov for seeing the country’s rivers, as its sundeck offers the most expansive view. Even the rooms have picture windows. Guest quarter furnishings include refrigerators and private showers, and ship interiors are comfortably air conditioned with an as-yet-unusual-for-Russia no-smoking policy. There are two restaurants competing for the boasting rights of most delicious offerings, as well as comfortable public lounges and bars for those seeking to relax.
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St. Petersburg: St. Isaac's Cathedral

St. Petersburg: St. Isaac's Cathedral

The most iconic golden dome of Russia and a landmark of over 150 years of St. Petersburg history. Come see for yourself Why you should see it
St. Petersburg: The Hermitage Museum

St. Petersburg: The Hermitage Museum

Come experience over 2 centuries or Slavic art from paintings and graphic work to archeology and imperial porcelain exhibits. There is nothing like it Why you should see it
Mandrogi

Mandrogi

From homemade vodka to horse-draw carriages and traditional craftwork, this is a step back in time for every visitor. Lose yourself in tradition and folklore Why you should see it
Goritsy

Goritsy

The only active female monastery in this region of Russia. From religious practice to the of housing of political opponents, Goritsy is a slice of Russia's deep and diverse history Why you should see it
Yaroslavl

Yaroslavl

The second largest city behind Moscow in this part of Russia, yet beaming in provinciality with traditional clothing and craftwork in abundance. 1000 years of Russian history at your fingertips Why you should see it
Plyos

Plyos

An oasis of a city. Welcome to an artistic haven of the Volga area. After experiencing the buzzing energy of the big cities along the tour, Plyos serves as a comfortable and welcoming getaway Why you should see it
Nizhny Novgorod

Nizhny Novgorod

A futuristic blossoming city somewhat in the shadows of Russia’s two largest cities, St. Petersburg and Moscow. This shadow, however, works in its favor. Come see what many say is the future of Russia Why you should see it
Kazan

Kazan

A city of one of the highest standards of living in Russia. They have an amazing Kremlin too. As the “third capital of Russia”, it is a must-see Why you should see it
Ulyanovsk

Ulyanovsk

Where the old winding cobbled streets and quaint historical corners of the past still lurk in the now modern and developed bustling cityscape. A secret beauty of Russia Why you should see it
Samara

Samara

A modern metropolis sharing the banks of two rivers. Lay in the sun and dive into history at the endless cultural landmarks before touring the brewery that dates back to the buzzing days of pre-revolution Russia Why you should see it
Saratov

Saratov

Boasting proudly its claim-to-fame as the hometown of Russia’s first man in space. Moreover, the cultural diversity of Saratov makes it a unique destination of Siberia Why you should see it
Volgograd

Volgograd

Behold a sight of turbulence and victory. A key point in Russian history, Volgograd reminds visitors of a tumultuous past and the fruits of victory through endurance. Cultural landmarks and museums abound Why you should see it
Astrakhan

Astrakhan

Get your fill of urban adventure or nature exploration. Come here to fish the deep rivers surrounding the city or stand before the mysterious Kremlin and countless religious monuments Why you should see it
Volga River

Volga River

An aqua lifeline of Russia. A water highway providing electric sunsets, views over vast natural landscapes, wildlife, and excellent views of the monasteries and ivory Kremlins of Russia’s greatest destinations Why you should see it
Rostov-on-Don

Rostov-on-Don

Step into what was once an enduring and proud home of the cossacks. Today it offers anything any visitor could wish to experience in their trip through Russia and the Eastern European states. Beaches, museums, theatres and exceptional nature Why you should see it
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