Moscow – St.Petersburg

Moscow – St. Petersburg

Jewish travel to Moscow and St. Petersburg

Gain a rare and privileged insight into the soul of this intricate civilization, birthplace of Tolstoy, Dostoyevsky, Stravinsky and Rachmaninoff. The Kremlin and Red Square make Moscow synonymous with exotic travel. The Jewish Center is a beacon for Moscow’s Jews. Elegant, stately St. Petersburg, with imperial palaces, takes you back to the world of the Czars. Thriving Jewish schools and the new Jewish Center (2005) are bound to inspire you.(Anyone for borscht, blintzes or babkas?)

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Tour Information
Jewish travel to Moscow and St. Petersburg. 
Duration: 10 days.
Time of year:
This tour can be arranged all year.
Contact us for more information and pricing.
Moscow , 3 nights.
St.Petersburg, 6 nights.
This journey includes:
Private transfers and fees – no hidden charges!
First Class or Deluxe hotel.
Private Jewish Sightseeing with licensed guide.
Entrance fees.
All taxes. 
Passport and Visa:
A visa is required for this tour. Always make sure your passport is valid for at least 6 months after the tour ends.
Please note:
All private programs can be customized with regard to accommodations and/or itinerary.


Days 1 -3 Moscow

Visit the Kremlin, Red Square and Armory, with its priceless collection of Imperial treasures. Stand in Red Square and marvel at the onion-domed Cathedral of St. Basil. See the world’s largest collection of Russian art at the Tretyakov Gallery. Delight in the beauty of the Grand Choral Synagogue as well as Moscow’s Jewish Cultural Center, built in 2000, in the historical Jewish area of Moscow. The Poklonnaya Gora World War II Memorial – a tribute to Russia’s valiant struggle against the Nazi onslaught – is also inspiring.

Days 4-9 St. Petersburg

Peter the Great loved the elegance of France, and his city, St. Petersburg, is a tribute to that lovely aesthetic. Glorious, pastel-colored architecture is seen all around as you cruise along the serene Moika River. Enjoy the world-class Hermitage Museum, with its vast collections begun by Catherine the Great, admiring masterworks and the Gold Room (with a jewelry collection strongly associated with the Golden Age of St. Petersburg). See Yusupov Palace, where Rasputin was assassinated. Delight in the waterfalls and fountains of Peterhof Palace, summer residence of the Russian Royal Family. Don’t miss the Jewish St. Petersburg, with Safra’s glorious Synagogue, Yeshivas and the new Jewish Center opened in 2005.

Day 10. Departure St. Petersburg

Transfer to to airport.

Other places to consider:
Ancestral homes provide a natural side trip. If you consider including Belarus, please note that a second visa is required. Other popular places are Ukraine or the Baltic countries of Latvia and Lithuania (Riga, Kovno & Vilna).

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