New Year in St Petersburg
4 nights 5 days
4* Ambassador Hotel
Tour Departs on the 29th December
From £1,295 including flights from London Heathrow
Here at IntouristUK.com, we have developed a range of new winter breaks and special offers, designed for you to enjoy the winter season in Russia. The Russian festive period is longer than here in the UK, so you can enjoy the Old New Year Feast in Moscow right after Celebrating New Year 2013. Why not spend your winter holiday in Russia and bring in 2013 in style!
Choose to spend your winter holiday in the capital of Russia – Moscow - and enjoy its traditional festive spirit of choir performances, open air skating and fantastic Russian cuisine. Enjoy eating traditional Russian Pancakes and visit the Moscow Kremlin when everything around you is covered by snow. Additionally, choose to visit the Opera or Ballet in the evening, to add something special to your January break or February holiday.
As well as New Year Celebratory Tours and Christmas breaks we are delightful to offer our bestselling tours to Russia, which depart in winter season:
If you are a fan of Robert Burns’ poetry you should visit the Russian Robert Burns Festival, taking place in Moscow. This is a unique opportunity to celebrate Robert Burns’ work and art and enjoy the beauty of Moscow in the winter season.
If you’re not quite ready to return home after your Robert Burns Celebration, or would simply like to travel in a special way this year, then our New Year city break to St Petersburg is perfect for you! St Petersburg itself is known as the ‘Venice of the North’ and with the Neva River flowing through the city you are sure to see elegance and beauty at every twist and turn.
As part of your trip, you can enjoy the spectacular St Catherine’s and Pavlovsk Palaces or try a thrilling sledge ride pulled by horses! Try traditional Russian Blini with salmon caviar and a glass of traditional Russian Vodka. Enjoy sightseeing in St Petersburg at your leisure.
As part of this winter tour, you will stay in the heart of St Petersburg’s old city. Why not visit the world renowned Hermitage Museum located in the Winter Palace - the last residence of Russian Emperors.
We also offer fantastic winter tours to the deepest freshwater lake in the world – Lake Baikal. Enjoy exciting activities including snowmobiling, mountain skiing and sledging, and take a chair lift ride to the top of Tchersky Peak for spectacular views of the stunning scenery. Allow yourself to revel in the natural beauty of the lake and the Russian winter as part of your 2012 - 2013 winter holiday.
At IntouristUK, we are flexible with your travel arrangements, so should you wish to add some extra nights to you tour or have a slightly different itinerary in mind, we can arrange this for you.