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Big Red to Red Star

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Is this trip for me? DIFFERENT. MEMORABLE. ENLIGHTENING.


Disclaimer: if you're looking for a stock-standard whirl around Europe, ticking off mainstream attractions and paying for overpriced tourist traps - this trip is not for you. From Helsinki to Moscow, we're gonna uncover the off-the-beaten-track gems in Estonia's capital, discover the REAL side to St Petersburg with a local guide and delve deeper into Russia's historic core. All with a bunch of comrades just as stoked to be here as you are. Ready? We thought so.

Bucket List Inclusions

Locally guided walking tour of Tallinn

Driving tour of St Petersburg with a local guide

Guided tour of the State Hermitage Museum

Driving tour of Moscow with a local guide

Guided tour of the Moscow Kremlin

More Inclusions

9 breakfasts, 0 lunches, 5 dinners

-9 nights in hotels (twin or double)

Transport

Modern air-conditioned coach with free Wi-Fi, including powerpoints for charging electronics. Public train transport from St Petersburg to Moscow.

Group Size

24

Start/Finish Times

Start time:
Meet 14:00 in Helsinki

Finish time:
Approximately 10:00 in Moscow



Uncover the unknown. Embrace the new and exotic. Meet YOUR people. You ready? We thought so. Touch down in Finland’s quirky capital and if you’re here early, get exploring. The likes of Senate Square, Tuomiokirkko and allllll the picturesque market squares of this vibrant city are calling. Later, we’ll meet our expert Trip Leader and head to an included dinner with the rest of the gang – we might be a mixed bunch but we’re all in it together. Cheers to the incredible adventure ahead!

Wave goodbye to Finland, we’re jumping on the ferry over to the Silicon Valley of the Baltic Sea. Fact: Skype was invented here and kids start coding at six-years-old. Dump your stuff and get exploring – you’ve got the rest of the afternoon to do your own spontaneous this-is-what-I-came-for thing. Need some suggestions? Hit the cobblestones on foot and soak up all the medieval vibes in Old Town. Check out Viru Gates and climb a portion of the city’s stone walls (cue: allll the city views). Snap a pic of Alexander Nevsky Cathedral. Then head to III Draakon in Town Hall square for fresh pastries, Estonian sausages and pickles you have to fish out of a medieval barrel. It’s trickier than it sounds. Whatever you do, just be back in time for tonight’s included dinner with the gang. Thank us later.

Down your coffee and get ready to delve deeper into the best-preserved Gothic city in Northern Europe. Say g’day to your guide and strap in for a walking tour with all the local tips and knowledge. Pass by St Olaf’s Church, learn about the House of the Brotherhood of Blackheads, uncover the importance of Great Guild Hall and check out Kiek In de Kök. Then: the rest is up to you. If you’re not history-ed out, head to Kadriorg Palace this afternoon. Founded by Russian Tsar Peter I in 1718, this place is the definition of ‘opulent’ – plus, it’s home to the Kadriorg Art Museum, so there’s plenty to sink your teeth into. Tonight, dinner is on you but if you’re after a local vibe and live music – Olde Hansa is where it’s at.

Another day, another incredible Northern European country. Welcome to Russia, comrades. Say Zdravstvujtye (zdrah-stvooy-tee = hello) to your local guide as we arrive in St Petersburg. They’ll be joining our driving tour to give us the low-down on the ‘Venice of the North’. Tick off the likes of Peter and Paul Fortress, Rostral Columns, the Bronze Horseman, Kazan Cathedral and the Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood (in all its domed and glittery glory). Then: quiz your trip mates with all your new-found knowledge at tonight’s included dinner. Later, head to a rooftop bar and rub shoulders with the locals overlooking the Neva River. Yep, you’re really here.

With three million items in the archives, the Hermitage Museum is your morning sorted. With the largest collection of art in the world, you’ll need a local expert to show you what’s what. Luckily, we’ve got one on hand (thank us later). Wander through the most interesting collections – dating back from Ancient Egyptian artefacts to 20th-century paintings and try spot a guard cat, they’re here to protect the art from rodents. True story. Then? The rest is 100% up to you. Jump on the subway and explore the city’s unique neighbourhoods – just don’t get stuck when they draw the bridges tonight! Tried some of Russia’s notorious clear spirit yet? Head to a local bar and drink it like a local.

You wanted more time to delve deeper. So, here’s 24 hours of free time to do just that. Go get it! Organise a cruise along the canal and get an alternative view of the city. Get your history fix with a wander through Peter and Paul Fortress. Take in alllll the panoramas from the top of St Isaac’s Cathedral. Or slow the pace with a visit to the City Gardens. Just make sure you try a pyshka (sugary Russian donut) along the way. Gotta keep your energy up, right? Tonight, the city’s nightlife is yours for the taking – head to Dumskaya and mingle with the locals over a cocktail. Or book tickets to the ballet. You’re in Russia after all.

Onwards! We’re gonna travel like a local today, swapping the coach for a fast train to Moscow. After landing in Russia’s vibrant and edgy capital, we’ll meet our local guide for a driving tour of the city. Roll past showstoppers like Red Square, St Basil’s Cathedral and Lenin’s Mausoleum –uncovering the fascinating history this city has developed over more than 800 years. Then? We’ll tuck into some hearty Russian cuisine at tonight’s included dinner with the gang.

Tick off a UNESCO A-lister today as we get the inside scoop on the Moscow Kremlin. The biggest active fortress in Europe, with 2,235-metre-long walls, five squares and 20 towers – you won’t be bored here. Spend the morning exploring the likes of Cathedral Square, the Church of Laying Our Lady’s Holy Robe, the Patriarch’s Palace and the ‘Ivan the Great’ Bell Tower complex with a local guide. Then: take a walk around the Kremlin Armoury – filled with ancient state regalia, vestments of the Russian Orthodox Church Hierarchs and the largest collection of gold and silverware made by Russian craftsmen. Hungry? We thought so. Head to a local haunt and fill your belly with some steaming vareniki (Russian dumplings) or beef stroganoff. Mmmmm.

Nobody panic, but today is our last full day on tour. So, don’t waste a second. St Basil's Cathedral blows all those Hans Christian Andersen fairy tales out of the water, so head over and get a closer look. Then: delve deeper (literally) with an optional tour of the Moscow Metro. You can say g’day to founder of the Russian Communist Party at Lenin’s Mausoleum. Or hunt down a traditional banya for a real Russian experience. And before the day is done, explore GUM Department Store and try the Soviet ice cream. It’s the best, trust us. Tonight, we’ll get the gang together for one last dinner together. Toast like a Russian (to health, our meeting and friendship) and give this incredible trip the send-off it deserves!

Time to say poka (bye). Get down to breakfast and swap those socials. Who’s up for round two next year? We won’t blame you if you wanna stick around for more.

-Visit Kadriorg Palace: from €8

-Guided tour of the Moscow Metro: from €14

06 de junho a 15 de junho
R$ 17.740,24
18 de julho a 27 de julho
R$ 17.740,24
01 de agosto a 10 de agosto
R$ 17.740,24
29 de agosto a 07 de setembro
R$ 17.740,24