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Member Reviews: Viking River Cruises
Viking has revamped its ships and offers new, exclusive excursions on its Tsars itineraries.

What to See and Do in St. Petersburg
There's more to the fabled city than cathedrals and palaces! Get the scoop, then go.

Cruise Line Spotlight: Grand Circle
For the best value on Russia's rivers, check out Grand Circle's basic but comfortable ships.
Russia Highlights
Be a traveler not a tourist as you experience Russia's heart and soul via river cruise journeys that sail between Moscow and St. Petersburg.

Choosing a River
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Russia River Cruise Lines
AmaWaterways
Through mostly chartered vessels, Ama offers Russian river cruises in its usual, contemporary style.

AmaWaterways Russia River Itineraries and Sailing Dates
AmaWaterways Cruise Reviews
Uniworld
Discover Russia along the shores of the Volga with Uniworld, which offers an intriguing variety of tour options.

Uniworld Russia River Itineraries and Sailing Dates
Uniworld Cruise Reviews
Viking River Cruises
Viking River Cruises travels the Neva and Volga in Russia (with stopovers in St Petersburg and Moscow).

Viking Russia River Itineraries and Sailing Dates
Viking Cruise Reviews
Choosing a River


Svir
The Svir River is located in northeast Russia, and connects the two largest lakes in Europe; St. Petersburg is a popular stop on Svir River cruises.

Volga
The largest river in Europe, the Volga River is located in central Russia and is a popular river for cruising; voyages typically sail between Moscow and St. Petersburg.


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