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Russia and the Baltic States Tours and Vacation Packages

Tour Russia’s Vibrant St. Petersburg and Imperial Moscow

The largest country on earth, the Russian Federation occupies a vast, dramatic, and fascinating landscape: its architecture, wildlife, and climate extremes are rarely matched across the planet.

St. Petersburg & Moscow

St. Petersburg, a colorful city once the capital of the entire Russian Empire and founded in 1703 by Emperor Peter the Great, is built around the wide swath of the Neva River and a series of canals. A vibrant cosmopolitan vibe pervades the atmosphere, and the city enjoys some of the most beautiful architecture in all of Europe. Moscow, as the current capital of Russia with 1,000-year history, possesses spectacular eclectic architecture and a buzzing urban atmosphere.

Travel to the Baltic States: Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania

Those who travel to the Baltic region find that prior expectations about this clash of European cultures are frequently shattered. Many cities of the Baltic are a multicolor mixture of medieval, Soviet, and modern architecture.

Tallinn, Estonia | Riga, Latvia | Vilnius, Lithuania

From quaint streets with Art Nouveau architecture to medieval cathedrals with sky-scraping spires, Tallinn is truly a magnificent cosmopolitan port city. Located just across the water from Helsinki, Finland, you’ll find five-star luxury and medieval architecture like Toompea Castle. A city located near the middle of the famous Via Baltica, Riga hosts a fascinating medieval Old Town, wooden buildings, line rigged harbor ships, castles, and a fabulous Art Nouveau atmosphere prevalent on the facades of its many buildings. And finally, Vilnius: parts of this breathtaking region were once an exclusive spa and vacation resort for the Russian elite, and it retains a rich history of Latin and Russian influences—including a stunning cathedral and the University, hailing from the 1570s.

Escorted Tours to Russia, The Baltic States, and Scandinavia