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History trips to Moscow & St Petersburg

For A-level students in midst of studying Russian history as part of their course, there is no greater way to learn than by visiting these two wonderful cities for themselves.

Combining a culture-packed visit between these two Russian cities is a great way to encourage history students to engage with their curriculum – whether your focus is Imperial Russia, the Russian Revolutions or the Cold War.

During your stay in Moscow you could visit Red Square, The Kremlin and the Museum of Contemporary History or perhaps you would prefer a trip to either the Cosmonautics or Gulag Museums. 

After an overnight train journey, your time in St Petersburg could include visits to the Winter Palace/Hermitage museum, Peter & Paul Fortress, the Museum of Political History or the Cruiser Aurora and the Catherine Palace, where the origins of Cold War Communism can be dovetailed with a study of the Revolutions of 1905 and 1917,

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So why take your students on a two-centre Russian tour? Download a sample itinerary here (General History, Cold War, Russian Revolution).

Or get in touch with a member of the team to discuss booking your dual city history student trip today.



History Tour

Day 1


Flight from UK to Moscow


Transfer to your hotel City tour by night

Day 2


Breakfast followed by a full day of visits.


Full day in Moscow including: Red Square one of Moscow's – and Russia's – most iconic landmarks. Lenin’s Mausoleum view the embalmed body of Vladimir Ilych Lenin. Kremlin Territory -a chance to explore inside this 15th Century fortress, and visit one of Russia's most important Royal Cathedrals. Contemporary History (Revolution) Museum an exhibition that traces Russian history from the 1905 and 1917 revolutions up to present days.

Day 3


Breakfast followed by a full day of visits.


Full day in Moscow including: Victory Park honours of the Soviet victory in the Great Patriotic War, and serves as the venue for Russia's Victory Day celebrations on 9 May. The Great Patriotic War Museum includes dioramas of every major battle the Russians fought in, as well as weapons, photographs, documents and other wartime memorabilia. Gulag Museum a modern multimedia learning centre and memorial to the millions who perished as ‘enemies of the people’. Metro Tour a chance to explore some of Moscow's unique and beautiful metro stations Old Arbat Street one of the oldest surviving streets of the Russian capital.


Transfer to station for the overnight train to St Petersburg.

Day 4


Breakfast at the Park Inn Nevsky. St Petersburg City tour.


Peter and Paul Fortress the fortress and cathedral that has been the burial place for Russian Emperors since Peter the Great. A tour of the Yusupov Palace and visit to the visit the Rasputin Museum.

Day 5


Full day in St Petersburg including: Guided tour of the Hermitage Museum, one of the largest and finest art galleries in the world, located within the historic Winter Palace. Heroic Defenders of the Fatherland Museum and Memorial. Nevsky Prospekt the main street in St. Petersburg and the most famous street in Russia.

Day 6


Get an alternative view on modern Russian history with a guided tour of the Political History of Russia Museum.


Transfer to the airport for your flight back to the UK.



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