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Russian Waterways

The Russian Waterways are actually a complex system of lakes, rivers, inland seas and canals with dozens of locks, which link the Volga River with the Baltic Sea. This makes it possible to cruise from Moscow to St. Petersburg, or in the opposite direction. You will usually spend two or even three nights in St. Petersburg and in Moscow, as there is so much to see. Popular tourist attractions include the Hermitage, Catherine Palace and the ballet in St. Petersburg, and Red Square, St. Basil’s Cathedral and the Kremlin in Moscow. Other places visited while cruising include Kizhi, Yaroslavl and Uglich.

The main operators for a Russian Waterways cruise are SagaScenicTitan, Uniworld. Viking River Cruises and Volga Dream.

Click on the following link for details of other rivers. For more information call GoCruise with Ian on 01455821770 or 08002922850.

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(page updated July 2017)