Moscow To Baltics, Poland, Prague & Vienna
20 Days Escorted Tour from Moscow, St. Petersburg, Tallinn, Riga Vilnius, Warsaw, Krakow, Prague & Vienna

Features and Inclusions

  • First Class hotels, rooms with private facilities

  • Service charges and hotel taxes

  • Breakfast daily, 2 lunches & 10 Dinners

  • Airport arrival and departure transfers

  • Touring by modern air conditioned motor-coach

  • Sightseeing per itinerary

  • Professional Tour Director throughout

  • Whisper technology enhanced touring

  • Standard class high speed train from Moscow to St. Petersburg

  • Luggage handling


Preferred Hotels


Marriott Grand or similar (SF)

St. Petersburg:

Courtyard by Marriott Center West Pushkin/Radisson Royal or similar (F)


Sokos Viru/Meriton or similar (F)


Radisson Blu (F) or similar


Radisson Blu Astorija or similar (SF)


Radisson Blu Centrum/Mercure Centrum or similar (F)


Mercure Old Town or similar (F)


Angelo by Vienna House or similar (F)


Hilton Vienna or similar (SF)


Departures and Prices 2018

Starting Dates

Terminating Dates

April 27

May 16

May 4

May 23

May 11

May 30

May 25

June 13

July 20

August 8

July 27

August 15

August 17

September 5

August 31

September 19

September 7

September 26

September 14

October 3

September 28

October 17


Per Person In Twin

$ 3798.00

Single Room Supplement

$ 1529.00

















Day 1: Arrive Moscow, Friday
Upon your arrival you'll be met at the airport and transferred to your hotel by the local host. The rest of the day is free to rest and relax. Welcome dinner this evening. (D,O)

Day 2: Moscow, Saturday
Moscow, one to the largest cities in the world, is the symbolic heart and soul of the country. Sightseeing tour begins at the Red Square, dominated by St. Basil's Cathedral and by the massive red walls of the Kremlin. We will visit the Armory Museum, the Moscow University and the popular Arbat shopping district. Drive on wide boulevards, and stroll through GUM, the largest Russian department store. Contine, on the north bank of the River Moskva, passing by baroque Novodevichy convent; ending the tour at the popular Arbat shopping district. The rest of the day is at leisure. (B,O)

Day 3: in Moscow, Sunday
Today we travel 75 km North of Moscow, to a small town of Sergiev Posad, former Zagorsk – founded in the 14th century and renowned as a center of ancient Russian art and architecture. For centuries it served as a place of pilgrimage and the religious capital of Russia. Within the old walled city admire the fairy-tale golden and blue domes of the Holy Trinity St. Sergius Lavra, one of the most beautiful of all monasteries. After lunch, return to Moscow, the rest of the day at leisure. This evening take an optional tour of Moscow by night and Subway, to see the metro stations which Stalin called “Palaces for the People.” (B,L,O)

Day 4: Moscow to St. Petersburg, Monday
Time at leisure in Moscow, before transfer to railway station for a four-hour, high speed Sapsan train ride to St. Petersburg. Upon arrival at the St. Petersburg train station, transfer to your hotel. Dinner at hotel. (B,D,O)

Day 5: St. Petersburg, Tuesday
There are not many cities in the world that can match the grace of St. Petersburg. When Peter the Great founded the city in 1703, he hire Europe's best architects, craftsmen, and artists to build and decorate it. Spread over 100 islands linked by over 600 bridges, it is often referred to as the "Venice of the North." Today the main sites to be visited on the tour are Palace Square with the Winter Palace, Senate Square with the monument to Russian Emperor Peter the Great, the founder of the city, St. Isaac’s Square with St. Isaac’s Cathedral, Smolny Cathedral, Cruiser Aurora, Field of Mars, and Nevsky Prospect. Visit the Peter and Paul Fortress, built in 1703 to protect the city from enemy attacks and was the first construction of St. Petersburg. The Peter and Paul Cathedral, which towers in the center of the fortress served as the burial place for Russian Emperors. Your evening is free or join an optional Russian Folklore evening or Evening Canal Cruise. (B,O)

Day 6: St. Petersburg, Wednesday
This morning you’ll visit the world-famous Hermitage museum, housing more than four million works of art. It was founded in 1764 by Catherine the Great and ranks among one of the largest and oldest museums in the world. Admire world-famous masterpieces by Leonardo da Vinci, Rafael, Titian, Rembrandt, El Greco, Velasquez, Rubens, Van Dyck, Goya, and French Impressionists. The largest building of the Hermitage is the Winter Palace and former residence of Russian Emperors. Spend the rest of the day at leisure exploring the city on your own or
perhaps you may choose to take an optional tour. (B,D,O)

Day 7: To Tallinn, Thursday
Today's journey will take us to Estonia, where your first stop is Narva, set just across the border with Russia. Continue to Tallinn, Estonia’s capital, situated on the southern coast of the Gulf of Finland. (B,D,O)

Day 8: Tallinn to Riga, Friday
On a walking tour of Tallinn's Upper and Lower Old Town, visit the Alexander Nevsky Cathedral. Next, visit Toompea Castle and see the 14th century gothic Town Hall. This afternoon, travel to Riga, the capital of Latvia. (B,D,O)

Day 9: Riga, Saturday
On a morning sightseeing tour, see Riga Castle, 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 is at leisure. (B,O)

Day 10: Vilnius, Sunday
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. (B,D,O)

Day 11: Vilnius, Monday
The city of Vilnius is located on the confluence of the Neris and Velnele Rivers. In Old Vilnius, visit St. Peter and St. Paul's Church and St. Anne's Church. View Vilnius University, dating back to 1570, Gediminas' Tower in the Upper Town, and Vilnius Castle. The afternoon is free or you may want to join an optional excursion to Trakai, beautifully set on three lakes. (B,O)

Day 12: to Warsaw, Tuesday
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,O)

Day 13: Warsaw, Wednesday
The 700-year old capital of Poland is a symbol of nationhood and the will to survive against great odds. A sightseeing tour includes a drive along the famous Royal Route from Castle Square to Lazienki Park and Palace, the summer residence of the last king of Poland. Pass the Palace of Science and Culture (known as a "wedding cake"), the Saxon Gardens, the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, Monument to the Heroes of the Warsaw Ghetto, and the Barbican. Then take a walking tour to see Old Town, Old Market Square, and St. John's Cathedral. The rest of the day is free to explore the city, shop, relax or attend an optional afternoon Chopin concert. (B,O)

Day 14: Krakow, Thursday
Journey to Czestochowa, known for the blackened picture of St. Mary in the Yasna Gora Monastery, popularly called the "Black Madonna." This afternoon tour haunting Auschwitz-Birkenau, the notorious World War II concentration camp. It is now on the list of UNESCO World Heritage sites. End of the day in Krakow.  (B,D,O)

Day 15: in Krakow, Friday
Your sightseeing tour starts with Wawel hill, viewing the Royal Castle and visiting the Royal Cathedral. Take a walking tour of Old Town where you will visit the Main Market Square, Renaissance Cloth Hall and St. Mary's Church. The afternoon is free to enjoy the city. (B,O)

Day 16: Prague, Saturday
Drive across the unspoiled Polish countryside, then over the borders of Slovakia and the Czech Republic. End the day in Prague, with its Baroque churches, promenades, parks, and ancient city walls. (B,D,O)

Day 17: in Prague, Sunday
Prague has a long and colorful history. Built across seven hills on both banks of the Vltava River, it is one of the most attractive cities in Europe. Your sightseeing starts with a panoramic drive to Wenceslas Square, Strahov Stadium, and Castle Square. Then, on a walking tour, visit the Royal Castle of Hradcany, Cathedral of St. Vitus, the Old Royal Palace, St. George's Basillica and the Golden Lane with the Daliborka Tower. Cross the Charles Bridge to the old quarter of Prague to see the Jewish Ghetto, Town Hall and Astronomical Clock. The rest of the day is at leisure. (B,O)

Day 18: Vienna, Monday
Travel into Austria and on to Vienna, "City of Waltz". Your time is free to begin exploring. (B,O)

Day 19: Vienna, Tuesday
On a morning sightseeing tour, visit Hofburg Palace, once the center of the Habsburg monarchy, and see Belvedere palace, Prater Amusement Park, the UN Buildings, St. Stephen's Cathedral, and other remnants of the city's imperial history. Celebrate tonight with a Farewell dinner at a popular restaurant. (B,D,O)

Day 20: depart Vienna, Wednesday
After breakfast, you will be transferred to Vienna's airport for your flight home. (B)

B=Breakfast; D=Dinner; O=Overnight                                             


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