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Russia - Baltics - Poland - Czech Republic tour

Moscow to Baltic States, Poland & Prague
Moscow to Baltic States, Poland & Prague
Moscow to Baltic States, Poland & Prague
Moscow to Baltic States, Poland & Prague
Moscow - Tver - Novgorod - St.Petersburg - Tallinn - Riga - Vilnius - Warsaw - Krakow - Prague
May - October 2015, 17 days / 16 nights

Russia - Baltics - Poland - Czech Republic tour dates:
02.05-18.05.2015
23.05-08.06.2015
20.06-06.07.2015
04.07-20.07.2015
25.07-10.08.2015
22.08-07.09.2015
05.09-21.09.2015
12.09-28.09.2015
19.09-05.10.2015
03.10-19.10.2015
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Day 1 (Saturday): arrive in Moscow
Upon arrival, you will be met at the airport and transferred to your hotel. The rest of the day is free. Tonight, gather with your traveling companions and Tour Director for a Welcome Dinner. (D)
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Day 2 (Sunday): in Moscow
Moscow, which celebrates its 867th "birthday" in 2014, is the symbolic heart and soul of the country. A sightseeing tour of this great city begins at Red Square, dominated by colorful St. Basil's Cathedral and the massive red walls of the Kremlin. After a visit to the Armory Museum, see Moscow University and the Arbat shopping district. Then drive along the wide boulevards and stroll through GUM, Russia's largest department store. The rest of the day is free. You may take part in an optional evening tour of Moscow and its unique subway. (B)
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Day 3 (Monday): Moscow to Tver and Novgorod
After an early breakfast, depart for Tver, an ancient trading port nestled on the banks of the Volga River. The city offers fascinating treasures, including Putevoy Dvorets, built for Catherine II as a resting place on her journeys from Moscow to St. Petersburg. Enjoy a short sightseeing tour of this remarkable city. End the day in historic Novgorod, founded almost twelve centuries ago. (B,L,D)
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Day 4 (Tuesday): Novgorod to St.Petersburg
A morning sightseeing tour of Novgorod starts at the Kremlin with a visit to the Cathedral of St. Sophia. Then, cross to Yaroslav's Court, an impressive compound named for Yaroslav the Wise. In the afternoon, travel to St. Petersburg, the former capital of the Romanov Tsars. Your sightseeing adventures here begin with a visit to the Peter and Paul Fortress, with its museum and the cathedral which houses the crypts of most of the Russian emperors. Next, visit impressive St. Isaac's Cathedral, exquisitely decorated with sculptures, stained glass, columns, mosaics, and paintings. (B,D)
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Day 5 (Wednesday): in St.Petersburg
There aren't many cities in the world that can match the grace and grandeur of St. Petersburg. When Peter the Great founded the city in 1703, he hired Europe's best architects, craftsmen, and artists to build and decorate it. The city is spread over 100 islands and linked by over 600 bridges. It is often called the "Venice of the North." This morning's sightseeing tour will feature the world-famous Hermitage, which houses many treasures from the Tsarist era. The rest of the day is free. An optional tour to visit Petrodvorets, Peter the Great's Summer Palace, is available. This evening, you might want to attend an optional folklore performance. (B)
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Day 6 (Thursday): St.Petersburg to Tallinn
Travel to Estonia, where your first stop is in Narva, near the border with Russia. Continue to Tallinn, Estonia's capital, set on the southern coast of the Gulf of Finland. (B,D)
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Day 7 (Friday): Tallinn to Riga
ake a walking tour of Tallinn's Upper and Lower Old Town, visiting the Alexander Nevsky Cathedral. On to visit Toompea Castle and see the 14th-century gothic Town Hall. Later, travel to Riga, the capital of Latvia. (B,D)
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Day 8 (Saturday): in Riga
On a morning sightseeing tour, see Riga Castle on the banks of the Daugava River, the magnificent Dome Cathedral, St. Jacobs Cathedral, St. Peter's Church, the Parliament building, Liberty Monument, and the district of Art Nouveau houses. Your afternoon and evening are free to explore more on your own. (B)
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Day 9 (Sunday): Riga to Vilnius
Depart this morning for Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania. The rest of the day is at leisure to begin exploring the city with its interesting architecture, do some shopping, or relax in a tavern with a krupnikas. (B,D)
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Day 10 (Monday): in Vilnius
The city of Vilnius is located on the confluence of the Neris and Velnele Rivers. In Old Vilnius, visit baroque St. Peter and St. Paul's Church and striking St. Anne's Church. View Vilnius University, dating back to 1570, Gediminas' Tower in the Upper Town, and Vilnius Castle. The afternoon is free to continue exploring, or you may want to join an optional excursion to the town of Trakai, beautifully set on three lakes. (B)
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Day 11 (Tuesday): Vilnius to Warsaw
Drive through the landscapes of Lithuania on your way to cross the border into Poland. Then take in the Polish countryside, cities, and towns as you head to Warsaw, arriving at the day's end. (B,L,D)
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Day 12 (Wednesday):in Warsaw
The 700-year-old capital of Poland has been called the "Phoenix City" because it rose again after being destroyed during World War II. Your sightseeing tour here includes a drive along the famous Royal Route from superb Castle Square to Lazienki Park and Palace, the summer residence of the last king of Poland. Then see the Palace of Science and Culture (known as a "wedding cake"), the Saxon Gardens, Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, Monument to the Heroes of the Warsaw Ghetto, and the Barbican. Next, on a walking tour, see the Old Town, Old Market Square, and St. John's Cathedral. The rest of the day is free to stroll through a park, shop, relax, or perhaps attend an optional late afternoon Chopin concert. (B)
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Day 13 (Thursday): Warsaw to Krakow
Travel to Czestochowa, known for the blackened picture of St. Mary in the Yasna Gora Monastery, known as the "Black Madonna." In the afternoon, tour somber Auschwitz-Birkenau. The notorious World War II concentration camp is now on the list of UNESCO World Heritage sites. Then continue to Krakow. (B, D)
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Day 14 (Friday): in Krakow
A sightseeing tour today starts with a visit to Wawel Hill, where you'll view the Royal Castle and visit the Royal Cathedral. Then take a walking tour of the Old Town, and see the Main Market Square, Renaissance Cloth Hall, and St. Mary's Church. The afternoon is free. You might want to go for a stroll, shop, or relax over some szarlotka. (B)
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Day 15 (Saturday): Krakow to Prague
After a drive through unspoiled Polish landscapes, cross the borders of Slovakia and the Czech Republic. Then, on to Prague, with its Baroque churches, promenades, parks, and ancient city walls. (B,D)
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Day 16 (Sunday): in Prague
Prague has a long and colorful history, from its early days as a bishopric, to becoming the residence of the Bohemian kings, and later the capital of both Bohemia and the Holy Roman Empire. The city was built across seven hills on both banks of the Vltava River more than 1000 years ago. Today, it is one of the most attractive cities in Europe. Your sightseeing starts with panoramic drive to famous Wenceslas Square, Strahov Stadium, and Castle Square. Then, on a walking tour, visit the Royal Castle of Hradcany with the Cathedral of St. Vitus, the Old Royal Palace, St. George's Basilica and the Golden Lane with the Daliborka Tower. Cross the Charles Bridge and walk through the old quarter of Prague to view the Jewish Ghetto, Town Hall and world-famous Astronomical Clock. The rest of the day is free. You might want to attend an optional cultural performance. (B)
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Day 17 (Monday): depart Prague
After breakfast, you will be transferred to the airport for your departure flight. (B)
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Russia - Baltics - Poland - Czech Republic tour price per person:
on request
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Russia - Baltics - Poland - Czech Republic tour hotels:
  • Moscow, Marriott Grand
  • Novgorod, Park Inn Veliky Novgorod
  • St. Petersburg, Holiday Inn Moskovskye Vorota
  • Tallinn, Meriton Grand
  • Riga, Radisson Blu
  • Vilnius, Radisson Blu Astorija
  • Warsaw, Radisson Blu Centrum or Radisson Blu Sobieski
  • Krakow, Hotel Novotel Centrum
  • Prague, Hotel Angelo
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Sightseeing tours included:
  • Moscow
  • Novgorod
  • St.Petersburg
  • Tallinn
  • Riga
  • Vilnius
  • Warsaw
  • Krakow
  • Prague
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Russia - Baltics - Poland - Czech Republic tour price includes:
  • First class hotels, rooms with private facilities
  • Service charges and hotel taxes
  • Breakfast daily, 2 lunches and 9 dinners
  • Airport transfers
  • Touring by modern motor-coach
  • Professional Tour Director throughout
  • Luggage handling
  • Headsets will be provided for included sightseeing tours, so you can easily hear your guide’s commentary
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Additional information about "Russia - Baltics - Poland - Czech Republic tour"

The tour is provided by Mediterranean, Central and Eastern Europe's leading tour operator since 1951.
  • Guaranteed departures
    All tour departures are guaranteed giving you the advantage of planning your overseas trips well in advance.
  • English speaking tours
    All escorted tours are conducted only in English and are managed by an experienced tour leaders who have intimate and extensive knowledge of the destinations.
  • Modern air-conditioned motor coaches
    During the trip are used modern air-conditioned motor coaches to guarantee you a safe and comfortable trip.
  • Complete travel service
    Apart from guaranteed Baltic and Europe tours bookings, we will assist you with pre and post tour hotel accommodations, air-tickets and visa invitations.
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    All bookings must be made in writing. To reserve a tour please e-mail us info@baltictour.com. Your booking will be confirmed immediately in most cases.
  • Payments
    30% pre-payment for all ordered tours is required at the moment of booking.
    If 30% pre-payment is not received 5 working days after the guaranteed departure booking confirmation was sent - the reservation is cancelled automatically.
    The rest 70% of grand total amount (including all optional services) must be paid 6 weeks (42 days) before tour start day.
  • Cancellations
    For cancellations made:
    49 – 28 days prior to arrival a cancellation fee of 50% of the total tour costs is charged.
    27 – 22 days prior to arrival a cancellation fee of 75% of the total tour costs is charged.
    Cancellation later than 21 days prior to arrival and “no-show” a cancellation fee of 100% of the total tour costs is charged.
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