Make the most of your cruise to St. Petersburg with a full-day, private excursion to Moscow that doesn’t require a Russian visa. With a guide to accompany you each step of the way, you’ll see the Red Square, the Kremlin Armory, and a priceless collection of diamonds, artifacts, and Fabergé eggs, while learning about Russian history and culture along the way. This full-day St. Petersburg to Moscow trip includes transport by air or rail, all entrance fees, and round-trip transfers from the St. Petersburg port.
- Full-day trip to Moscow from St. Petersburg
- Cruise and ferry passengers travel visa-free
- See the Kremlin and Red Square
- Browse a collection of Russian treasures
- Guided tour of Moscow highlights
- Includes all transport and entrance fees
- Private guide for a more personal experience
What You Can Expect
Family photo at Red Square
Get an early start on the day with 7am pickup at the St. Petersburg port, where you’ll join a guide for the trip to the Pulkovo airport or Moscow train station. You’ll arrive in Moscow by 11:30am, then meet a Moscow guide for a journey through the city’s top highlights.
Ride the metro and tour Moscow by car, then find the perfect place to enjoy a classic Moscow lunch (own expense).
The next stop is the Moscow Kremlin, a UNESCO World Heritage Centre and the oldest part of the city. You’ll see the Kremlin Armory’s collection of precious jewels, artwork, and artifacts, including the Orloff Diamond, the Imperial Crown of Russia, and a series of ten Imperial Fabergé eggs.
Following your time at the Kremlin, you’ll have roughly 1.5 hours to explore Red Square, with an optional shopping trip to the GUM Department Store, a favorite for high-end and luxury goods. Make the return trip to the airport or train station for an evening trip back to St. Petersburg, where a guide will meet you upon arrival at 11pm.
This full-day Moscow tour concludes with drop-off at the St. Petersburg port.
Please note: Cruise and ferry passengers do not need a Russian visa to take part in this tour. Land travelers will need a valid Russian visa for their stay in Russia. Due to the duration of the excursion, this tour is only possible for cruise and ferry passengers who are docked at St Petersburg for more than one day.