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Russia is a unique and fascinating destination for student groups to visit. Whether you study Art, History, Music, Architecture or even languages, an educational trip to Russia will offer something stimulating and memorable for you. The diversity of culture and history, of the language, the excitement of standing on Red Square in Moscow or infront of the Winter Palace in St. Petersburg, all these will leave an impression on you and offer an experience that you and your students will remember for the rest of their lives. Let Further and Higher Travel and our experienced agents in Russia take care of every step of your tailor-made trip,including your Visas, to guarantee an unforgettable visit for you. Contact us today for your competitive quote.

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Lenin's Mausoleum

Immediately after Lenin's death in 1924, a wooden mausoleum was originally erected on the square. In 1929, architect Aleksei Shchusev was commissioned to design a more lasting home for the body. The result, opened a year later, is the building your groups can visit and come face to face with one of the most influential leaders in Russia's history. Visit the Mausoleum as part of your guided tour.

Red Square

Separating the Kremlin from the medieval walls of Moscow's historic business district, Red Square is the city's busy heart. Take a walking tour of the square and surrounding buildings which include Lenin's tomb.

St. Basil's Cathedral

Probably the most iconic and colourful building in Russia's Capital. Although known by it's familiar name St. Basil's, this legendary building is officially called "The Cathedral of the Intercession of the Virgin by the Moat". The popular alternative actually refers to Basil the Blessed, a Muscovite who was buried on the site (in the Trinity Cathedral that once stood here) a few years before the current building was const read more ...

The Bolshoi

The Bolshoi Theatre began its life as the private theatre of the Moscow proseсutor Prince Pyotr Urusov. On 28 March 1776, Empress Catherine II signed and granted the Prince the 'privilege' of organizing theatre performances, masquerades, balls and other forms of entertainment for a period of ten years. It is from this date that Moscow's Bolshoi Theatre traces its history. Further and Higher can provide tickets for performances with read more ...

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