Daytrips out of Moscow

Sergiev Posad. Trinity-Sergius lavra, trip to sergiev posad, sergiev posad driver, moscow sergiev posad trip, sergiev posad tour, sergiev posad monastery

A UNESCO protected Trinity-Sergius Lavra in Sergiev Posad is the most revered monastery in Russia. The monastery happened to be a stage for many dramatical events of Russian history since the 14th century. Until today it has been a place of pilgrimage of thousands of Russian believers. You can feel like one of them!

Tour duration: 6 hours
Tour cost: from 270 USD
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Suzdal Vladimir daytrip from moscow golden ring russia

Suzdal is a cozy town of 13k citizens located 220 km from the noisy capital. Centuries ago it was right the opposite: Moscow was a small fortress at the border of the powerful Suzdal principality. These days Suzdal is the most popular tourist attraction around Moscow and a typical medieval town. It has preserved 70% of its old architecture.
Vladimir used to be the Russian capital in the 12th-14th centuries. It has two imposing Cathedrals protected by UNESCO.

Tour duration: 12 hours
Tour cost: 350 USD + transportation (from 40 USD per person)

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Golden ring, rostov the great, tours rostov from moscow

One of the oldest Russian cities which was founded not later than 862. It is located 200 km from Moscow on the bank of a picturesque lake. The Kremlin in Rostov town is a perfect example of Russian architecture and art of the 17th century.

Tour duration: 11 hours
Tour cost: 330 USD + train tickets (from 30 USD per person)

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Guided tour to Moscow province, to the town of Zvenigorod and a glorious St. Savva monastery

The town of Zvenigorod dates from the same period as Moscow, was founded by the same person - prince Yury - and sits on the banks of the same river. However, it became a peaceful provincial town with just 15k citizens compared to rich and mighty Moscow.

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Guided tour of Pasternak's museum housein Peredelkino village

This house located in the picturesque village of Peredelkino (south of Moscow) was the main home of the Russian poet and novelist Boris Pasternak from 1936 to 1960. Pasternak was the author of "Doctor Zhivago" and winner of a Nobel Prize for Literature. The opening of the museum to the public in 1990 kept the estate intact, just the way Pasternak knew it.

Tour duration: 6-7 hours
Tour cost: from 170 USD

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