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Saint Basil's Cathedral in Red Square in winter at sunset, Moscow, Russia

Palace of Grand Duke Vladimir Alexandrovich in St Petersburg, Russia

Variation from the ballet “Nutcracker”

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Kazan Cathedral in St. Petersburg

Interior of the Palace of Grand Duke Vladimir Alexandrovich in St Petersburg, Russia

Variation from the ballet “Nutcracker”

Interior of the Palace of Grand Duke Vladimir Alexandrovich in St Petersburg, Russia

Interior of the Palace of Grand Duke Vladimir Alexandrovich in St Petersburg, Russia

Winter evening in St. Petersburg, Russia

New year Moscow city decoration

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Interior of the Palace of Grand Duke Vladimir Alexandrovich in St Petersburg, Russia

St. Isaac's Cathedral in Saint-Petersburg

Interior of the Palace of Grand Duke Vladimir Alexandrovich in St Petersburg, Russia

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The Christmas Markets in Moscow

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Festive decoration of Red Square

The Christmas Markets in Moscow

Festive decoration of Red Square in Moscow

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Festive decoration of Red Square in Moscow

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Catherine Palace St. Petersburg in winter

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Singer Company Building (Dom Knigi) on Nevsky Prospekt in St Petersburg

Moscow Festival Journey to Christmas

Festive decoration of Red Square in Moscow

Festive decoration of Red Square
Interior of the Palace of Grand Duke Vladimir Alexandrovich in St Petersburg, Russia
The Snow At The Walls Of The Moscow Kremlin
Saint Basil's Cathedral in Red Square in winter at sunset, Moscow, Russia
Palace of Grand Duke Vladimir Alexandrovich in St Petersburg, Russia
Variation from the ballet “Nutcracker”
Interior of the Palace of Grand Duke Vladimir Alexandrovich in St Petersburg, Russia
Winter in Moscow
Winter evening in St. Petersburg, Russia
Winter in St. Petersburg Russia is majestic
Saint Isaac's Cathedral or Isaakievskiy Sobor in Saint Petersburg
Kazan Cathedral in St. Petersburg
Interior of the Palace of Grand Duke Vladimir Alexandrovich in St Petersburg, Russia
Variation from the ballet “Nutcracker”
Interior of the Palace of Grand Duke Vladimir Alexandrovich in St Petersburg, Russia
Interior of the Palace of Grand Duke Vladimir Alexandrovich in St Petersburg, Russia
Winter evening in St. Petersburg, Russia
New year Moscow city decoration
Winter Wonderland in St.Petersburg
Mikhailovsky Theatre in St. Petersburg, Russia
Triumphal Arch of Moscow
Palace Square in Saint Petersburg
The Hermitage Museum
Interior of the Palace of Grand Duke Vladimir Alexandrovich in St Petersburg, Russia
St. Isaac's Cathedral in Saint-Petersburg
Interior of the Palace of Grand Duke Vladimir Alexandrovich in St Petersburg, Russia
Christmas ice slide at the Manege Square Moscow
GUM skating-rink near kremlin wall in Moscow
Christmas Tree of Moscow
The Christmas Markets in Moscow
GUM Skating Rink On The Red Square In Moscow
Winter in Moscow
Moscow Festival Journey to Christmas
New year Moscow city decoration
Christmas village fair on Red Square in Moscow
Winter wonderland in Saint Petersburg
The Christmas Markets in Moscow
Winter in St. Petersburg
The Christmas Markets in Moscow
Festive decoration of Red Square
The Christmas Markets in Moscow
Festive decoration of Red Square in Moscow
Moscow Festival Journey to Christmas
New Year Tree at Red Square near GUM
Moscow Festival Journey to Christmas
Christmas Lights in Moscow
Festive decoration of Red Square in Moscow
Moscow Festival Journey to Christmas
Catherine Palace St. Petersburg in winter
Kremlin And Red Square With The New Year And Christmas Decorations In Moscow
Singer Company Building (Dom Knigi) on Nevsky Prospekt in St Petersburg
Moscow Festival Journey to Christmas
Festive decoration of Red Square in Moscow

Winter fairytale in Russia with ‘Nutcracker’ ballet and a New Year's Eve gala ball in the Palace of Grand Duke Vladimir

Experience the beauty of a Russian winter, visit grand palaces, museums and churches, discover Russia’s warm hospitality and cherished holiday traditions, and explore three UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Nobody loves New Year’s Eve like the Russians do, so spend New Year’s making merry in the home of new Russian friends. It’s the most festive holiday of the year, replete with parties, presents and champagne toasts. As a highlight of the tour – attend the New Year’s Ball in the Palace of Grand Duke Vladimir in St.Petersburg - the solemn ball, based on centuries-old traditions.
Type: Winter Tour
Duration: 8 days

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Day 1: Welcome to St. Petersburg. December 28, 2019. Saturday

Upon arrival, after clearing passport control and customs proceed to the arrival area to meet U Visit Russia representative. You will be assisted to your vehicle and transferred to the hotel. Hotel check-in. Free time to relax, explore the magnificent city centre on your own, dine in one of the local restaurants.

Overnight in St. Petersburg.

Day 2: St. Petersburg Sightseeing and the Hermitage Museum. Evening “Nutcracker” ballet performance. December 29, 2019. Sunday

Buffet Breakfast.

Morning sightseeing with your knowledgeable tour guide includes views of St. Isaac's Cathedral and Decembrists' Square. Travel along Nevsky Prospekt for views of the great Cathedral of Kazan and the iconic, onion-domed Church of Our Savior on Spilled Blood.

Visit the State Hermitage Art Museum occupying six magnificent buildings situated along the embankment of the Neva River. The leading role in this unique architectural ensemble is played by the Winter Palace, a former royal residence built in 1754 - 1762 according to the design of Francesco Bartolomeo Rastrelli. Put together throughout two and a half centuries, the Hermitage collection consists of over 3,000,000 works of art and presents the development of the world culture and art from the Stone Age to the 20th century.

The rest of the day is at your leisure to explore, shop or relax.

In the evening make your way to one of the best ballet and opera theatres of St. Petersburg to admire the world-famous Peter Tchaikovsky "The Nutcracker" classical ballet in two acts, starting at 19 pm. The driver will come at 18 pm to your hotel to pick you up and bring to the theatre. After the performance,0 the driver will get you back to the hotel.

Day 3: The City of Tsars. December 30, 2019. Monday

Buffet Breakfast.

In the little town of Pushkin, visit Catherine’s Palace with your guide. A ‘Golden Enfilade’ of suites lead to the restored Amber Room, a truly unique and spectacular chamber solely decorated with amber panels, gold leaves and mirrors.

Later, cross the Neva River to Peter and Paul Fortress, where St. Petersburg’s foundation stone was laid in 1703. With a Local Expert, visit the fortress to see the imperial tombs of the Romanov rulers and learn the secrets of Russian history.

Day 4: New Year’s Eve. December 31, 2019. Tuesday

This day is free to walk around the city and prepare for the evening celebration - the solemn New Year's Ball in the Palace of Grand Duke Vladimir, based on centuries-old traditions, that harmoniously fits into the face of the Northern capital.

At 20.00 enjoy a transfer to the Palace of Grand Duke Vladimir.

20.00 - 21.30. Guests come. They are greeted by mimans in historical costumes on the front staircase, and together with the emcee, they are invited to take a tour of the grand duke's chambers. The tour is conducted in Russian, guides translate. Groups of 20-30 people pass into the living rooms, and this allows to avoid pandemonium and gives guests the opportunity to get acquainted with the magnificent interiors of the palace. During the meeting, guests hear the sounds of a string quartet. The harp plays in the crimson living room of the palace. The hosts invite guests to a cocktail in the White Gallery of the Palace and the Winter Garden. The string quartet plays all the time.

21.30. The emcee (Catherine II) appears in the White Gallery, she greets the guests and delivers a brief welcome speech, and Her Assistants - the ball administrators, translate it into foreign languages (English, French). The guests will spend this evening in the company of the royal person - the Autocrats of the All-Russia - Catherine the Great. These walls remember the splendour of the golden age of the Russian nobility, and the balls that were given here, in the immediate vicinity of the residence of Russian tsars, the Hermitage, rattled throughout Europe.

Catherine II invites everyone to a festive performance in the Belokolonniy Hall of the Palace!

21.30 - 22.15. The ballet program with soloists of the leading theatres of St. Petersburg

22.15 - 22.30. The hosts invite guests to the Gala dinner.

22.30 - 23.55. Gala dinner takes place n the living rooms, and during it the arias of the world famous operas will be performed by the soloists of the St. Petersburg theatres, festive music will play, a string quartet will play. Guests will see the choreographic compositions performed by the soloist of the ballet. All guests will be pleasantly surprised by the presenter - Catherine II, who will perform arias from the world-famous operas as a gift.

23.55 - 24.00. The glasses are raised, and the host congratulates everybody with a Happy New Year. The festive music sounds, the holiday continues!

00.20. Before serving a hot dish, the emcee announces the arrival of the Cossacks and invite guests to Beloklonniy Hall to watch the songs and dances performed by the Cossack ensemble "Bagatitsa".

After the concert of the ensemble Bagatitsa, the emcee reports on the removal of hot dishes and the gala dinner continue. Classical music sounds in the living rooms.

01.20. The emcee announces guests about the opportunity to dance. In the Belokolonny Hall, everything is ready for a dance program. Modern and retro hits are heard throughout the party. Those who want to dance move to the hall and the New Year's program continues in the living rooms this time.

3.00 - The emcees thank all the guests for their participation in the New Year's Ball and announce the end of the Festive Evening.

Theatrical performance in the Hall with white columns before gala-dinner: 

Gala music, presenters‘ appearance, guest greeting

1.  Ch. Gunot – Waltz from the opera “Faust” 
2.  Tchaikovsky – “Russkaya” from the ballet “Swan Lake” 
3.  Chopin – 7th waltz from the ballet “Chopiniana” 
4.  Mozart – “Mozart” 
5.  Tchaikovsky – Variation from the ballet “Nutcracker” – 
6.  “Maloguena” 
7.  Minkus – Pas-de-deux from the ballet “Pakhita” 
8.  Tchaikovsky –“Pastoral” 
9.  Minkus – “Gypsy’s dance” from the ballet “Don Quixote” 
10.  Minkus – Pa-de-de from the ballet “Don Quixote” 

Transfer back to the hotel. Overnight in St. Petersburg.

Day 5: High-Speed Sapsan Train to Moscow. January 1, 2020. Wednesday

In the afternoon board your high-speed Sapsan train and relax in modern luxury and comfort as you swoop to Moscow in just a few hours. On arrival in this fascinating city, you are transferred to your hotel for a leisurely three-night stay.

Overnight in Moscow.

Day 6: Exploring the Kremlin. January 2, 2020. Thursday

Buffet Breakfast

In the morning, you are at leisure to relax or explore the Russian capital as you wish. The Christmas Markets offer plenty of unique art pieces and classic Russian ornaments.

In the afternoon, explore the inside the Kremlin - the main landmarks are three Assumption, Annunciation and Archangel Cathedrals dating back to the 15-16th centuries, Ivan the Great Bell Tower, Tsar Bell, Tsar Cannon, etc. Your tour will include a visit to the Armory Chamber, that houses a unique collection of crown jewels, stunning coronation finery, hand forged armour and weapons, royal carriages and sleighs, and world-famous Fabergé eggs.

Day 7: Moscow Overview and Metro Tour. January 3, 2020. Friday

Buffet Breakfast / Gala Dinner

Start in the Red Square, lined by Moscow's landmark buildings. At one end rises the onion-shaped domes of St. Basil's Cathedral, in front of the Kremlin stands Lenin's Mausoleum, while on the opposite side, the grand GUM department store offers a variety of glamorous goods. During your stay, you will visit the Metro stations, which Stalin called ‘Palaces for the People.' Explore Moscow Metro - one of the most beautiful and efficient subway systems in the world carrying. It was designed by prominent Russian architects and artists whose goal was not to create just a transportation system but a showcase to glorify socialism and its achievements. You will visit the most amazing stations decorated with granite, marble, bronze, statues and other pieces of art - making it look more like a museum than a subway.

In your free time, you may like to wrap up warm and venture out to explore the dazzling festivities of the Christmas season. Snow-covered stalls are crowned with twinkling fairy lights, while vendors serve warm drinks and food. When Moscow’s Journey into Christmas begins, each district becomes part of the festival, offering everything from exciting street shows and concerts, to master cooking classes of traditional Russian foods. There really is something for everyone.

Later, enjoy delicious food, great wine or vodka and wonderful company as you toast to your travels during your Gala Dinner at the restaurant near Bolshoi Theater.

Day 8: Depart Moscow. January 4, 2020. Saturday

Buffet Breakfast

Airport drop off

Today you have to say Goodbye to Moscow. We hope you've enjoyed your tour & that you return home with lifelong memories and unforgettable impressions. We wish you a safe flight and hope to work on your future trips.

What's included

  • 4 nights in St. Petersburg
  • 3 nights in Moscow
  • High-speed Sapsan train tickets from St. Petersburg to Moscow (2nd class)
  • Daily Breakfast, 1 Gala dinner in Moscow, 1 Gala Dinner in St.Petersburg at New Year’s Eve
  • New Year's Ball in the Palace of Grand Duke Vladimir in St.Petersburg
  • “Nutcracker” ballet tickets in St. Petersburg, 2nd circle seats
  • Private Sightseeing Tours
  • English speaking tour guide
  • Transportation by private car
  • Entrance and admission fees as per the itinerary
  • Airport pick up in St. Petersburg / Airport drop off in Moscow / Train station / Hotel transfers by private car as per the itinerary
  • Visa invitation
Not included in the price
  • Internal airfare
  • Meals not specified as included in the itinerary.
  • Single supplement charge, if requested or required
  • Items of a personal nature (phone calls, email, laundry, alcohol, excess baggage, etc)
  • Gratuities to Guide / Driver
  • Visa/passport fees, airport departure fees
  • Expenses incurred as a result of delay, modification or extension of a tour due to causes beyond UVisitRussia’s control
  • Travel and trip cancellation insurance
Additional info
  • DRESS CODE FOR THE NEW YEAR BALL: Ladies: Evening dress / Gentlemen: Formal wear. there is not strict "black-tie" or "white-tie" requirement; however casual wear is not allowed.
  • You can leave the Ball earlier than 3 am, if you want, just contact the driver.

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The St. Basil’s Cathedral Moscow just that this fascinating church at the heart of Moscow, is an exemplary work of art, which touchingly and glamorously traces back the history of Russia in an encompassing and solemn manner, that no other tourist attraction can ever surpass. It is an interesting milestone and a great leaping step towards world tourism and the interesting pieces of history in its courageous, attractive and worth reading whol... Read more
The Cathedral square came into being as early as the C14th, when the first stone churches were built here. At its northern end the square is framed by the massive golden dome of Assumption Cathedral, almost filling one end of the square. The space under its huge portal is filled by the image of the Holy Virgin surround by Archangels. Adjacent to Assumption Cathedral are the Patriarch's Chambers, with their pedestrian arches and Church of The... Read more
Moscow : GUM
The GUM shopping mall is a landmark in Moscow's Red Square. It occupies the majority of the historic square's east side with a facade stretching the length of two and a half football fields. The Gum (pronounced as 'goom') department store was built over a hundred years ago and is a testament to the expertise of late nineteenth century Russian architecture. With the looks of a royal palace this mall is a fitting addition to the numerous gems surro... Read more
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Saint Petersburg : Nevsky Prospect
Almost three miles (five km) long, Nevsky Prospekt is one of the best-known streets in Russia and is the main thoroughfare of St Petersburg, starting at the Admiralty whose gilded spire is a famous city landmark, to the Moscow Railway Station and then to the Alexandr Nevsky Monastery where some of the country's most celebrated artistic figures are buried. It has been the hub of the city for centuries, cutting through the most historical part, and... Read more
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Saint Petersburg : Kazansky Cathedral
Whilst taking a stroll along Nevsky Prospekt you cannot fail to notice the impressive Cathedral of Our Lady of Kazan. Kazan Cathedral, constructed between 1801 and 1811 by the architect Andrei Voronikhin, was built to an enormous scale and boasts an impressive stone colonnade, encircling a small garden and central fountain. The cathedral was inspired by the Basilica of St. Peter’s in Rome and was intended to be the country’s... Read more
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