See Russia as you have never seen it before!
Though many of our cruises begin in Moscow or St. Petersburg, there is far more to Russia than those two capitals. Our river cruises are the most cost-effective ways to see the hidden parts of Russia, the unexplored cities, and the areas of undisturbed beauty. Each new day will bring you to an amazing new destination.
More comfort, less price
The reason for our Russian river cruises' popularity is simple: one price, never-ending perks! Everything from meals to onboard entertainment to Russian visas is included in the price.
Our cruises start at just $1983 per traveler for a main deck cabin. Cabin options are endless, with standard rooms all the way up to luxurious suites. And with ships departing every week from May to September, we have a date that will fit any schedule!
Tip: Please keep in mind that cabins go fast and the best cabins go even faster. The sooner you book, the more options you will have. We recommend you start booking around April.
Travel in great company
Travel is as much about the interaction as it is about the sightseeing. People may visit Russia to see the Kremlin or Catherine's Palace, but their most precious memories are the experiences they share with the friends they make along the way. On a river cruise, you will explore Russia alongside two hundred English-speaking passengers and one hundred crew members. With onboard entertainment, lively parties, and riveting games, we promise you will have the trip of a lifetime! But don't take our word for it - see our customer reviews.Many travelers choose a Russian river cruises through Travel All Russia because of our affordability. Our cruises include everything from meals to guided tours, onboard entertainment and more. Most of our ships carry 200 passengers and 100 crew members with a few luxury vessels carry 100 passengers and 50 crew members.
Types of cabins on Russian cruises
There are usually 3 types of cabins. Lower deck is the most budget accommodation. Middle deck, which are usually the standard cabins with opening windows and boat and upper decks which are usually junior suites or suites. Space in the cabin various from ship to ship, but in general it is about 100 square feet for regular cabins and about 200 square feet for suite cabins.
Russian river cruises are designed in a way to let you explore Russia. Your ship will stop in new port of call each day giving your the chance to explore the destination with experienced guide. Guides are offered in English, French, German, Spanish languages and their services are included in the price.
Most of the ships that sail these rivers have been designed in Germany. These ships are regularly refurbished to ensure your comfort. Three star ships are refurbished every 5 or so years, 4 star ships are refurbished every few years. 5-star ships - well, there is only one called Volga Dream (which we are proud to offer to you, of course) - are renewed every season.
River cruises offer great value
River cruises are most popular among older generations who prefer the luxury of unpacking only once and letting the ship take them from destination to destination. We also provide many special discounts for senior travelers.
River cruises are fantastic ways to experience Russia, explore Moscow and St. Petersburg, visit the kingdoms of the Golden Ring, and learn more about Russian culture. It is a journey that you will never forget at a price you can afford.
Many companies can help you organize a Russian cruise; only Travel All Russia can help you organize the best Russian cruise. We recommend booking a river cruise with us or our sister company, All Russia Cruises. Not only do we offer expertise when it comes to Russia cruises, we also include visas and airport transfers in each cruise package. Start planning your voyage on a Russia cruise today.
If you would like to learn more about the best Russian cruises, please call 1-800-884-1721 to speak with one of our knowledgeable cruise specialists or visit www.goldenringcruises.com, which specializes in cruises in Russia, Europe and on the Black Sea.