Viking Ingvar Review

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Viking Ingvar Overview

Viking Ingvar sails the 13-night "Waterways of the Czars" themed trips between St. Petersburg and Moscow, with calls at culture-filled villages and unique towns along the way, such as Yaroslavl, Uglich and Kizhi. There, highlights include grand monuments and opulent palaces, fortified monasteries and beautiful cathedrals.

The ship was fully refurbed in 2010, and features a restaurant, two bars, a library, sun deck, three promenade decks, onboard boutique, elevator, medical center, free in-cabin Internet and laundry service. All cabins offer outside views and have private bathrooms.

Editor's Note: Viking Ingvar 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.

58 Viking Ingvar Reviews from our Cruise Critic Community

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Woggler
Member Since 2016
1 review
0 forum posts
1 helpful vote
We chose this cruise because we wanted to see Russia and the Ocean cruise visits are restricted by virtue of being visa free - this means that you are 'herded' in organised groups; counted off and counted on. Vikings cruise from St ... Read more
mmbrower
Member Since 2016
1 review
0 forum posts
2 helpful votes
We had taken two previous Viking cruises and knew the quality would be wonderful. Also loved the opportunity to meet other guests which is impossible on the ocean cruises. It is a joy to be part of a ship's cruise that you are able to ... Read more
Gilmac
Member Since 2016
1 review
0 forum posts
2 helpful votes
Sailed May 2016
My review tends to compare this trip with our previous Viking cruise on the Danube from Budapest to in November 2013. The high point of both was the Hotel Manager, Rebekka, who had the same role on both. Her brightness and that of her ... Read more
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