The 210-passenger Viking Truvor offers river trips between St. Petersburg and Moscow, with calls at culture-filled villages and unique towns along the way, such as Yaroslavl, Uglich and Goritzy. There, highlights include grand monuments and opulent palaces, fortified monasteries and beautiful cathedrals.
The ship was refurbished in 2009 and features 106 outside cabins (2 suites, 102 deluxe, 2 singles), a
sun deck, bar, restaurant, boutique and library. The cabins feature amenities like 26-inch flat-panel TVs, in-room refrigerators and free Internet.
Editor's Note: Viking Truvor is heading into dry-dock in 2013 after which the ship will boast two suites, two junior suites, 67 veranda cabins and 31 deluxe. All upper and middle deck cabins will feature private balconies.
Warren and I thoroughly enjoyed our trip from Moscow to St. Petersburg, Russia in July 2014. So much so, in fact, that we put together a booklet containing historical facts, our insights, and pictures of the sites we visited for our friends and ...continue
We had a fantastic trip filled with memorable experiences. Russia is an amazing country with awe inspiring monuments, museums, culture and heritage. The people are proud of their country and welcome visitors. They are shaped by many appalling ...continue