London, Prague, Moscow and St Petersburg


DAY 1-3: LONDON.On arrival you will be transferred toyour hotel.spend rest of the three nights here.During this three days Visit the Tower of London and view the dazzling Crown Jewels. Next, see Tower Bridge before continuing to St. Paul’s Cathedral. Proceed to lively Covent Garden, London’s first planned square, where you may enjoy lunch at leisure on your own. See Westminster Abbey, the Houses of Parliament, Buckingham Palace and Trafalgar Square. Then, take a flight on the London Eye for spectacular panoramas of the city.Shop at Harrods.Accomodation 45 Park Lane
Day 4.Prague.You will be transferred to london airport for your nrext flight to Prague.Spend the evening at Leisure.Accomodation Four Seasons.
Day 5.Prague.This morning a half-day walking tour of the Old Town, with its cobbled streets, and the Jewish Quarter, birthplace of Franz Kafka. See the Gothic Town Hall, famous for its astronomical clock. Afterwards visit the largest collection of Judaica in Europe, including the Old Jewish Cemetery, the Old New Synagogue and a number of other important synagogues. You may also enjoy a walk across the 14th century Charles Bridge
Day 6.Prague.Explore Prague's Castle District, known as Hradcany, for a half-day starting with the imposing Prague Castle. The seat of Bohemian kings and Holy Roman emperors, it dates from the 9th century and is the world's largest ancient castle. Today it is the official residence of the President of the Czech Republic. Afterwards, admire the architecture of Hradcany. Visit the Cathedral of St. Vitus, one of the finest and most richly endowed in central Europe, and the Basilica of St. George which was founded in 905. Stroll along the Golden Lane, a row of tiny houses dating from the 16th century. Complete your walking tour with a visit to the Sanctuary of Our Lady of Loreto, an important place of pilgrimage, and the Strahov Monastery, with its glorious Baroque decorations, where you take a private tour of the ornate library
Day 7.Moscow.You are driven to prague airport for your next destination.Welcome to Russia. You are met on arrival at Moscow airport, and then transferred by private car to your hotel.Accomodation The Ritz Carlton
Day 8.Moscow.Your captivating full-day tour of this magnificent city begins with a visit to Red Square and its prominent landmarks - Lenin's Tomb and St. Basil's Cathedral. You will also visit the Cathedral of Christ the Saviour, one of Russia's most important cathedrals, before heading to the Novodevichy Convent Cemetery, the final resting place of a myriad of greats such as Khrushchev. You may also wish to take a ride on the famous Moscow metro for the splendour of its stations. After lunch, you'll enter the Kremlin Territory and its State Armoury, home to a selection of carriages from the best Russian and European masters, precious fabrics, royal gala clothes and a fine collection of Fabergé eggs. You'll visit two of the Kremlin's cathedrals: Assumption, the cathedral of coronations and the burial place of religious leaders, and Archangel, the royal burial church.
Day 9.Moscow.This morning visit the Tretyakov Gallery, which houses the world's best collection of Russian icons. This afternoon choose between the Pushkin Museum of Fine Art; a guided tour through the Moscow Space Museum accompanied by a seasoned astronaut or a visit to the Cold War Museum where 65m underground a network of tunnels formed one of the Soviet Union's most secretive communications centres.
Day 10.St.Petersburg.Transfer to the rail station and board the high-speed train to St. Petersburg, enjoying dinner on board. Upon arrival, transfer to your hotel, check in and unwind. Or, explore downtown St. Petersburg independently.Accomodation Four Seasons Hotel Lion Palace
Day 11.St.Petersburg.Today  you  are escorted on a guided tour of the Peter and Paul fortress in the morning, before showing you the best of the city's 18th century palaces and elegant canals.In the afternoon spend as much time as you like enjoying the masterpieces of the Hermitage museum, housed in the city's most impressive building, the Winter Palace on the immense Palace Square.
Day 12.St.Petersburg.Drive into the countryside village of Pushkin to discover sparkling Catherine Palace, built in the mid-18th century for Czarina Elizabeth, who named the palace in honor of her mother. The building was reconstructed by four different architects; then, Bartholomeo Rastrelli — chief architect of the Imperial Court — was instructed to redesign the structure on a scale to rival Versailles. After lunch at a local restaurant with traditional folk entertainment, explore Pavlovsk Great Palace, an 18th-century Russian imperial residence built by Paul I of Russia.
Day 13.St.Petersburg.Transfer to the airport and board your homebound flight.

VIP Experience

45 Park Lane london.45 Park Lane is sophisticated yet full of life, the hotel basks in an enviable location in London’s elegant Mayfair.With its landmark architecture, dynamic interiors and contemporary art collection, 45 Park Lane offers guests a relaxed and luxurious stay. The state-of-the-art hotel is just steps away from sister hotel The Dorchester. Popular with locals and seasoned jetsetters, this smart choice also provides an excellent basis for those looking to explore London.With contemporary boutique hotel interiors designed by New York-based designer Thierry Despont, each of the spacious guest rooms and suites enjoys captivating views of leafy Hyde Park. The Penthouse Suite is the ultimate experience with its Art Deco design and wrap-around balcony featuring panoramic London cityscape views.A striking central staircase leads to the first floor featuring BAR 45, famous for its delicious sliders and exotic cocktails. For fine dining visit CUT at 45 Park Lane, internationally-acclaimed chef Wolfgang Puck’s first restaurant in Europe, a modern American steak restaurant. Delectable dishes range from prime Wagyu beef to succulent lobster and creative salads. Relax at weekends with brunch and a Bloody Mary, custom-made to your liking, as you listen to live jazz.
"Four Seasons Prague.Four Seasons Hotel Prague interweaves centuries of remarkable history and architecture with all the conveniences of modern technology. In the middle of vibrant Old Town Prague, experience an enclave at the edge of the Vltava River, just steps from the Charles Bridge.  t this luxury hotel in Old Town Prague, a contemporary main building unites three historic edifices – classical, renaissance and 18th-century baroque buildings – for an architecturally unique structure.
The Ritz Carlton.Moscow.The grand staircase that sweeps through the lobby of The Ritz-Carlton, Moscow leads guests on a journey far beyond the next floor. As the focal point of this gorgeous, gilded interior, its graceful presence symbolically elevates the height of hospitality one of the most elegant five star hotels in Moscow has mastered. It begins with an ancient welcome ceremony with bread and salt, a symbol of friendship. It is palatably felt with a unique vodka tasting, Russia’s treasured libation. And made completely memorable by the art of Sabrage, a unique Champagne service perfected by our sommelier. From this hotel near Red Square Moscow, legends and history surround you at every turn, with some of the city’s most well-known sites just moments away. But the celebration of Russian culture begins here, where the décor faithfully replicates 19th century Classicism, and our restaurants enthrall with authentic cuisine. 
"Four Seasons Hotel Lion Palace. St.Petersburg.Occupying an updated 19th-century palace, this luxury hotel is a 10-minute walk from the Hermitage Museum and 1.6 km from Mariinsky Theater.he elegant rooms feature free Wi-Fi, flat-screens, premium coffee machines and marble bathrooms. Suites add separate living rooms., while upgraded suites offer dining areas. Some rooms and suites have terraces with city views. Room service is offered 24/7.

Package Details

Embark on an adventure into Eastern Europe, starting from London, then discovering one of Europe's most fascinating and beautiful cities, Prague. Next fly to Russia and spend a few days visiting Moscow and St.Petersburg.See domed St. Basil's Cathedral in fabled Red Square; Peter and Paul Fortress in St. Petersburg
  • 3 Nights in London
  • 3 Nights in Prague
  • 3 Nights in Moscow
  • 3 Nights in St.Petersburg
  • Airport&Internal Transfers included.
  • Daily Breakfast -Jain/Vegetarian Options Available
  • Sight Seeing as per itineary
Best Time to Visit:
February: Maslenitsa, a Mardi Gras-like celebration in Moscow. April/May: St Petersburg Music Spring Festival of classical music. May-July: White Nights Festival, several months-long festival (when the sun barely sets) of music, opera, ballet and the amazing Scarlet Sails including fireworks in St Petersburg. November: Russia Revolution Day with huge parades and mass displays of gymnastics in Moscow. Weatherwise: May to October is the best time to enjoy pleasant summer days. Russian winters can be extremely cold, but, rugged up, also very romantic.

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