Group Tours in Russia-Baltics
Find the perfect tour to Russia for your group
Greatdays Group Travel’s European team are experts in helping you book and get the most out of your tour to Russia for you and your group.
Experience the best this region has to offer on our Russia and Northern Europe experience. Visiting the stunning cities of Moscow and St Petersburg your group can see the fascinating sights of the Kremlin, Red Square, St Basil’s Cathedral, Hermitage, Decembrists’ Square, St. Isaac’s Cathedral, Peter & Paul Fortress and a possible excursion to Peterhof Palace. On this tour, you can also experience other countries as you travel through Germany, Poland and Denmark to make up a truly memorable group tour.Read more
Our Three Unesco Capitals of the Baltic Sea incorporates both Scandinavia and the wonderful city of Tallinn in Estonia. Its medieval old town sits side by side with the 21st century city of modern glass buildings. The city’s pride and joy is its old town but equally enchanting is the Kadriorg district, a throwback to the time when Estonia was ruled by the Russian Tsars. Other areas of Tallinn are perfect for those who want to get a glimpse of Soviet-era life.
For tours to Russia, please check with us for the latest visa news as they change regularly as to what is required.
If the long coach travel is not your cup of tea, then why not take a cruise we offer to the region with Fred Olsen. Fred Olsen include your visa in their shore excursions so they will not need to be organised for the cruise. Cruises such as our Scandinavian Waterways and St Petersburg tour include multiple stops to make the most of this region including St Petersburg, Tallinn and Copenhagen.
- Norwegian Spirit - 10 nights - August 2020Prices on Request
Discover all the delights of the Baltic's on this 9 night cruise.More details
- Braemar - M2014 - Monday 1st June 2020 - 13 nightsPrices available on request
Visits to a trio of captivating capital cities are sure to provide some of the most memorable sights and experiences on this immersive, in-depth exploration of the Baltic. […]More details