Hi! I’m a deaf tourist guide. I have been guiding foreign deaf travelers for 6 years through these 2 cities that have a special spot in my heart – Moscow and Saint Petersburg. Join me here and you won’t regret it!
Check into the hotel in Moscow and welcome dinner with local foods.
Small town of Sergiev Posad and the Trinity Lavra of St. Sergius. Experience of the banja, typical Russian sauna. Dinner and overnight train trip.
Small town of Velikij Novgorod and Cathedral of St. Sophia.
Vitoslavlitsy Museum, an open-air museum with unique village houses, chapels and churches belonging to the old Russian villages.
Arrival in Saint Petersburg.
Hermitage, the most important museum in Russia. It hosts the world’s largest art collection.
Free evening and afternoon to be able to fully enjoy the city.
Reach Peterhof Palace by subway. It is a huge complex of sumptuous palaces and gardens overlooking the Baltic Sea, decorated with parks, fountains, and trees, which used to be home to the royal family.
Metro Station Tour. Line 1 features baroque and art deco architectures, with elaborate chandeliers and colonnades and much more. We will get on and get off each station to admire its beauty.
Dinner in the city center. Cocktails at the Mishka Bar, one of St Peterburg’s most famous and unconventional bars.
Early morning train to go back to our starting point.
Arrival in Moscow. Red Square, Kremlin, St. Basil’s Cathedral.
Evening at the Propaganda, a legendary and really glamorous club.
Free time and shopping at the GUM, the huge shopping mall right next to the Red Square that opened in 1893. Even if you are not really into shopping, it is worth the visit as the interiors are spectacular, especially the vaulted ceiling made of glass.
Check-out and goodbyes.
This program is not particularly demanding. A small physical effort is needed for walks in the city only.
The pace and schedules are different each day, with some days being more intense than others. Backpacking is mandatory, as there will be several changes of hotels and transportations.
The petty cash fund is established on site and will be of about €200. Depending on the needs, the amount can change and raising it may be necessary. Any left funds will always be refunded.
NOTE: to be able to travel to this destination, a Visa must be requested well in advance of the departure date, and we will provide any necessary document on our end.
Before booking your experience, we recommend you visit the website Viaggiare Sicuri (equivalente straniero), to check the documents and vaccines necessary to travel to the country. Do not hesitate to contact us for any specific request.
This trip is organized and coordinated by Franco and sold by the agency Viaggi&Tours.