Russia River Cruising


Embark on an unforgettable adventure, making memories thatwill last a lifetime on one of our Russia river cruises. 

Vast and proud, Russia is a land of rich tradition and contrast, a place where imperial cities intermingle with time-forgotten villages, and unique customs provide a fascinating glimpse into the past. From Moscow and St Petersburg to the idyllic water-side village of Mandrogi, Russia has much to offer the curious traveller, and you’ll experience its immersive highlights with a river cruise on the Volga River from Evergreen.

Recognised as the lifeblood of Russia, the river is affectionately known as Mother Volga, and holds the impressive title of Europe’s longest river. Half of Russia’s agriculture owes its success to the river and its tributaries, demonstrating the waterway’s important presence in this mighty nation.


The vivacious Volga

Travelling the immense course of the Volga, experience the vast scale of Russia’s serene countryside, and visit charming villages such as Mandrogi, Kizhi and Goritsy, where welcoming locals hold-true to a traditional way of life centuries in the making.Throughout your journey, special 'You're Invited' opportunities help you experience more of this fascinating and enigmatic country, introducing rare cultural insights that define this proud nation.

The great Volga River offers immersive passage through the vast wilds of Russia, where lakes the size of inland seas help to sustain traditional villages, centuries of years old. Between St Petersburg and Moscow, you’ll visit a string of these typical Russian communities, from Mandrogi with its charming wooden ‘izba’ houses and traditional handicrafts, to Goritsy and Kirillo-Belozersky, a Russian Orthodox Church founded in 1397.

In Uglich, an ancient town of Old Russia forming part of the Golden Ring of Moscow, 1,000 years of history is yours to discover, from a tour of the Cathedral of Transfiguration to the Church of St Dmitry, where Ivan the Terrible’s son was reputedly murdered. The ancient city of Yaroslavl boasts an equally colourful past, and a walking tour promises an array of heritage wonders, including the Church of St Ilya the Prophet, a triumph of Russian architecture and ornate frescoes.

Our Imperial Charms of Russia itinerary gives you the chance to:

  • Explore Moscow and St Petersburg, as well as a string of traditional towns and villages on the banks of the Volga
  • Visit Moscow’s Cosmonaut Museum with 'You're Invited'
  • Stroll around the grounds of the Kremlin, then enjoy a trip to the State Armoury which houses priceless weaponry, jewels and royal artefact
St Petersburg

Highlights, Experiences & Attractions 

Our inclusions bring to life the Russia you’ve always dreamed of. Included with your Russia river cruise, you'll enjoy a guided tour of St. Petersburg and Moscow as well as tours of Hermitage Museum and the Open Air Museum of Architecture. You'll also visit some of Russia's iconic sights such as Kremlin Grounds, Uglich, Yaroslavl and Mandrogi.

You'll also enjoy complimentary 'You're Invited' experiences which include a visit to Cosmonaut Museum and the State Armoury.

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