This is a typical itinerary for this product
Pass By: Moskovskiy Metropoliten, Moscow, Central Russia
Pick up at the hotel
Stop At: Vladimir
4 hours of walking with visiting Church on the Nerl River
Duration: 4 hours
Stop At: Suzdal Kremlin, Suzdal, Suzdalsky District, Vladimir Oblast, Central Russia
4 hours walking in Suzdal
Duration: 4 hours
Traveler pickup is offered
For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.
What a wonderful tour! This was on my itinerary for my first-day arrival in Moscow. I wanted to go and explore the countryside and cities outside of the major capitals to understand Russian culture from a different perspective. I've definitely made the right choice! Tony, my tour guide is very nice and certainly provides great customer service. We did a lot of snow hiking and visited 2 most small towns along the way to Vladimir and Suzdal. I learned a lot about Russian cultures how Russian people think, live seeks, likes and dislikes. Tony is very intellectual, attentive and fun to hang out with. I will definitely recommend this tour for anyone who'd like to explore Russia a bit more deeper than the normal tours attractions.
Maybe you don’t know that there is a great difference between Moscow, St. Petersburg, and all other Russia. It is not easy to understand life here in Moscow when you are stuck in the traffic jam on your way to the Kremlin with a coffee in your hand!
Visiting Russian provinces is a great opportunity to explore the real Russia and to see the common life of its ordinary people. The best choice if you have only one day is visiting Vladimir and Suzdal towns. They are among the most visited sites within the the Golden Ring because of many picturesque white-stone medieval structures and architecture, along with later buildings from the 16th–20th centuries.
• White-stone medieval architecture of 12th century
• Museum of wooden architecture
• Delicious local food (and drinks)
• Very local life of the Russian countryside
Soviet van is not available from 25 Sept to 3 Oct!