• Red Square
  • GUM Museum
  • Kremlin, Moscow
  • St Petersburg
  • Moscow
  • Grand Cascade St Petersburg
  • Moscow
  • Red Square
  • St Petersburg
  • Yaroslavl
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A Russian river cruise from The River Cruise Line is a fantastic way to see a different side of Russia’s landscapes and cityscapes.

Russia is the world’s largest country and extends over northern Eurasia, covering 11 time zones. From northwest to southeast, Russia shares land borders with Norway, Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Belarus, Ukraine, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, China, Mongolia, and North Korea. Despite this, Russia is only the ninth most populous country in the world with a population of approximately 143 million.

Europe’s largest river, the Volga, can also be found running through central Russia. The Moscow to St Petersburg cruise is one of the most popular cruises we have, so snap it up quickly. If you miss the opportunity, it may be worth watching for it on our late availability page.

If you’re interested in our river cruise through Russia, you may also be interested in our French and German river cruises. Neither country is as large as Russia, but their river cruises are some of the longest out there.

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Moscow to St Petersburg Cruise

Moscow to St Petersburg Cruise 2019

Discover the opulence and history of the vast nation of Russia on this captivating twelve day river cruise.