Discover Ukraine’s colorful culture on this cruise along the Dnieper River. Tour palaces, monasteries and botanical gardens in Kiev, Yalta and Odessa, learn about the country’s maritime history in Sevastopol, and immerse yourself in Cossack traditions in Zaporozhye. See the influences of the Vikings, the Tatars and others on Ukraine’s architecture and people.
Volga River Cruises
There are two sides to Russia: her great cities Moscow and St. Petersburg, and ancient villages like Yaroslavl, Uglich and Goritzy. On this river cruise, spend several days touring the cities’ important landmarks—Moscow’s Kremlin and Red Square, St. Petersburg’s Pushkin, Peter & Paul Fortress and the Hermitage—and also discover the history and culture of Russia’s heartland.
Svir River Cruises
The Svir connects the two largest lakes in Europe--Lake Ladoga and Lake Onega.
Waterways of the Czars
Many of Russia's greatest cities, ancient and modern, stand on the banks of a waterway crossing Eurasia from North to South, connecting the Baltic and the Black seas. The fabled Volga River and a network of men-made canals make up large part of this waterway. These intricate network of rivers spans the entire western Russia.
These rivers are wide enough to allow small, elegant cruise ships carrying about 200 passengers and 100 crew members each to travel from Moscow to St Petersburg stopping at some of the Russia's most incredible destinations, like Yaroslavl, the ancient Russian capital destroyed by the Mongols, or Kizhi Island – home of an amazing wooden Transfiguration Cathedral.
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