Moscow is the capital of Russia, one of the biggest cities in Europe with more that 850-years history. Its attractions are remarkable for their variety of styles and epoch, being embodiment of the Russian character and history.
Moscow’s main streets, squares and places of interest are the Tverskaya street the most animated and saucy, the former headquarters of the KGB, Russian White House, the Red Square, the Cathedral of St. Basil the Blessed, Victory Park with its fountains and churches, Moscow State University, Vorobyevi Hills - traditional place for just-married, and etc.
Moscow Kremlin and Kremlin Cathedrals is the historical center of Moscow. The Kremlin has always been perceived as a symbol of power and might of the Russian land. Every era of the Russian history left its architectural mark on the Kremlin. There are many architectural monuments, churches, cathedrals and museums within the Kremlin walls.
Sergiev Posad (Zagorsk) - the Trinity Monastery of St. Sergius is the center of Russian Orthodoxy, with its Theological Academy and Seminary. You may enjoy Russian church service, listen to the singing.
St. Petersburg is a truly beautiful city and most definitely the undiscovered gem of Europe. Located on numerous islands in the delta of the beautiful Neva River, the city center is stunning - street after street of former palaces of the wealthy families and royalty who once lived here.
Major city sights include Holy Savior on the Split Blood and St. Isaac's Cathedral - the 4th highest cathedral in the world. The Cathedral’s interior is notable for hundreds of paintings, sculptures and mosaics of the 19th century masters. If you head for the upper observation platform below the dome you will enjoy a splendid panoramic view of the whole city.
Hermitage Museum is one of the major museums in the world; its collection consists of nearly three million art treasures. You may observe the exhibits displayed in the world famous Winter palace as well as the Small, Old and New Hermitages.
And in summer the couples may relish the boat trip along rivers and canals - a wonderful tour to enjoy the riversides of St. Petersburg.
Petrodvorets (Petergoph) is one of the major palace-and-park complexes in the suburbs of St. Petersburg. The splendid architectural ensemble overlooking the Gulf of Finland is famous for its stately parks with marble statues, numerous palaces and pavilions, beautiful fountains, marvelous man-made lakes and gorgeous interiors of the Great Palace.