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Volga Concert Tour 2014
This ship is Russian River vessel built in Germany in 1981 , project - 301. The vessel had major refurbishment in 2000.
This ship has been reserved for quests sharing similar tastes and interests in travel. The ship’s crew will charm all as they have been specially trained to cater to the needs of Western tourists. The ship features outside staterooms, affording majestic views of the passing countryside, and all are air-conditioned with private shower. The cabins are comfortably furnished. The dining rooms offer Continental cuisine with sampling of Russia cuisine, as well as specialties of the surrounding regions, served in a warm shipboard atmosphere. There are two bars on board. On board the vessel are a small souvenir shop, music salon, theatre and beauty salon. Laundry service is also available. Parties, games, dancing and shipboard entertainment all serve to ensure a memorable cruise holiday. Our floating hotel offers unique journeys of distinction from their spacious loungers to sweeping sundecks. Government-licensed guide will fill you in on the history and domestic spirit of Russia!
The total passenger capacity is 250 persons
Total amount of cabins 149:
120 Double cabins
8 single cabins
17 triple cabins
4 lux cabins
1 junior suite cabin
May 6 - May 18, 2008
Volgograd - Moscow
13 days / 12 nights
May 6, Volgograd
Symphony Concert at the Concert hall from 19:00 – 21:00
May 7, Volgograd
City tour, Mamaev Kurgan
May 8, Saratov
Symphony Concert at the Opera and Ballet Theater from 19:00 – 21:00
May 9, Saratov
May 10, Samara, Toliatti
City tour, Art Museum,
Transfer by bus to the Toliatti for the concert 09:00
Symphony Concert at the Concert Hall in Toliatti from 19:00 – 21:00
Symphony Concert at the Grand Concert Hall from 19:00 – 21:00
May 12, Tcheboksary
Concert on board
May 13, Nishni Novgorod, Gorodetz
Symphony Concert at the Kremlin Concert hall from 19:00 – 21:00
May 14, Kostroma, Yaroslavl
City tour, Ipatievskiy Monastery, by bus to Yaroslavl
City tour, Spaso-Preobrazgenskiy Monastery, Church of Ilja the Prophet
Symphony Concert at the Philharmonic Hall from 19:00 – 21:00
May 15, Uglich
Walking city tour, Kremlin
May 16, Moscow
May 17, Moscow
Kremlin & Cathedral (half day tour)
May 18, Moscow
The time itinerary is subject to change!
Concert programs subject to change. Some concert programs repeat and guests may wish to select which concerts they would like to attend, though they are welcome to attend all.
Price per person per cruise in USD
Main deck - 3 350
Upper deck - 3 550
Boat Deck - 3 700
Junior suite cabin - 4 400
Suite Cabins - 5 100
The price includes:
- Accommodations in all outside cabins, each with private bathroom facilities, individual climate control and large picture window
- Three full meals daily, starting with the dinner on the day of arrival and finishes with breakfast on the day of departure.
- Captain’s welcome Cocktail Reception
- Gala farewell Dinner aboard
- Full sightseeing programs in each of the ports of call.
- Luggage handling to/from the ship
- Nightly entertainment and dancing.
- In the Evening – the Concert of Russian National Orchestra
- Open rehearsals on board attendance is permit
- Daily aerobics
- Tour of the ship’s bridge.
- Port taxes
The price does not include:
- Baggage: excess baggage, forwarding of baggage/ souvenirs.
- Luggage handling in the airport
- Gratuities: gratuities for the Cruise director, crew members, guides and drivers are not included and are at passenger’s discretion.
- Private transfers
- Miscellaneous: Items of a personnel nature such as laundry, bar charges, beauty parlour, telephone cable charges and medical services are not included.
Volgograd - Moscow: Volgograd - Saratov- Samara- Kazan– Tcheboksary - Nizny Novgorod - Yaroslavl– Uglich - Moscow
Spend two unforgettable days in the capital of Russia and admire numerous treasures of its history and present days and enjoy its beauty!
Founded in 1148, Uglich is one of the most beloved towns in old Russia. The view of the town as it is approached from the Volga River is especially lovely with the Cathedral of the Resurrection and St.John’s Church looming on the horizon.
At the end of the 16th century, Maria Nagaya, seventh wife of Ivan the Terrible, lived in honorary exile in the Kremlin at Uglich. It was here in her garden that the Tsarevich Dmitry met his death and where the Church of St.Demitrius of the Blood was built and still stands today. Within the Kremlin is the oldest building in Uglich, the Palace of Tsarevich Dmitry
Stretching for 18 miles on both banks of the Volga, Yaroslavl is an important Volga port with a population of 600,000. It was founded in the 11th century by Prince Yaroslav the Wise and today retains many noteworthy monuments of its colorful past.
Of special interest is the magnificent 13th-century Spassky Monastery ensemble, a group of majestic 17th century cathedrals, an elegant rotunda and remnants of an ancient trading center. Loveliest of all is the Church of Elijah the Prophet, situated in the town’s central square. The frescoes on the walls and vaulting inside the church constitute a veritable museum of old Russian paintings.
is the capital of Chuvashia. It is situated on the right bank of the Volga. It is a port has a railway, a carway and an airport. The population of the town is 444 thousand people.
Cheboksary has been known since 1469. Since 1555 it has been a fortress of the Moscow state. In 1611-1612 the citizens took part in the home guard of Minin and Pozharsky. At the end of 17th and 18th centuries Cheboksary was a large trading city of Povolzhiya. Then it became a new industrial and cultural centre.
Founded in 1221, this city was a famous meeting place where people from the Orient, Siberia and Turkistan came to barter and trade. Formerly named Gorki, it was later home of political exiles and therefore closed to outsiders for many years.
Nizhny Novgorod has only recently opened its doors for visitors, where many well preserved memorials from the 13th and 14th centuries are found. Of special interest is the ancient Kremlin cathedrals, convents and the palace of the early ruling family.
Kazan, the capital of the Republic of Tatarstan which is often called the “Pearl of the Central Volga region”. Numerous masterpieces of architecture – the unique “Leaning Tower of Princess Suumbike” – an analog of the Pisa Tower, the Kremlin, Moslem Mosques and minarets, magnificent Orthodox churches and cathedrals make this city a special attraction for the tourists
Founded in the 16th century Samara is today an important industrial
and cultural center of the region. Formerly known as Kuibyshev, the city played a big role in the Peasant Uprising of 1670 under Styepan Razin and again in 1773 under Yemelin Pugachev. Recently Stalin’s bunker was discovered here and opened to the public.
A beautiful city surrounded by outlying villages, Saratov was settled by Germans in the 18th and 19th centuries. Chernyshevsky, the famous Russian writer and democrat was born here and Yuriy Gagarin, the world’s first cosmonaut was a member of the Saratov Flying Club
Stretching along the Volga River for 43 miles is Volgograd. This thriving center was built as a living monument to the valor and courage of the defenders of Stalingrad during World War II, whose steadfastness created a major turning point of the war.