Aurora hunting in northern Russia!
We’ve got an extraordinary trip that will take you across Russia this autumn! Visit Moscow, St Petersburg and go aurora hunting above the Arctic Circle in remote city of Murmansk!
London (Luton) – Moscow (21st November)
Moscow – Murmansk (23rd November)
Murmansk – St Petersburg (28th November)
St Petersburg – London (Luton) (29th November)
Remember that travel dates are flexible and you can adjust them to your needs
Visit the capital of Russia in the spring time and enjoy in colours of all majestic buildings! Visit Red Sqaure, St. Basil Cathedral, Kremlin and tons of others interesting spots. At the end of the day don’t forget to visit one of famous night clubs, where you can dance and drink like locals do. Oh and don’t forget to buy yourself a legendary Matryoshka.
St Petersburg is a fascinating capital of former Russian Empire and definitely the most beautiful city in Russia. You will be impressed with its palaces, parks, museums, and 18th century architecture!
Murmansk is the world’s largest port located north of the polar circle. It is situated on the Kola peninsula at the coast of Barents Sea. As the most northern nonfreezing port in Russia, it’s the main home of Russia’s icebreaker fleet. The natural beauty of its tundra surroundings, thousands of lakes and rivers, hills and mountains, and the Barents and White Sea coasts are of international tourist significance. The city offers great opportunities for salmon fishing, hunting, mountain climbing, and aurora hunting!
Baggage during the trip:
One cabin bag per passenger.
London (Luton) – Moscow >>
Moscow – Murmansk >>
Murmansk – St Petersburg >>
St Petersburg – London (Luton) >>
In Murmansk, consider staying at Aurora Village ‘igloos’ which offer great aurora watching possibilities and airport shuttle (price for 4 people)
In Moscow consider staying at Hostel Rus Rusakovskaya Naberezhnaya with free WiFi and cancellation
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