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St. Petersburg to Baltic Sea Viking Ingvar Cruise Reviews

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Viking River Cruise - Russia St Petersburg to Moscow on Ingvar

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reeder.karenm
2-5 Cruises • Age 60s

My husband and I just returned from the 2 week cruise on Viking Ingvar. We sailed spent 3 days in St Petersburg, then sailed on the Volga River stopping in Mondrogy, Kitzi, Uglich and Yaroslavl then 3 days in Moscow. We had cabin 219 which is a regular cabin without a balcony - the size of the cabin & bathroom were ample for the 2 of us. We used the Panorama Lounge & the top outside deck when we ...
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Sail Date: August 2014


Horrible Cruise

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cbmfam
10+ Cruises • Age 70s

Three friends and I booked a 12 night Viking cruise from St. Petersburg to Moscow. Viking advertises that their motor coaches have restrooms. Unfortunately, the restrooms were locked the entire length of our cruise. I spoke to the program director, about it the first day and she couldn't have cared less. I also reminded her of Viking's Service Guarantee, where a customer within the first 24 hours ...
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Sail Date: June 2014


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Waterways of the Tsars: disappointing

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firsttimewithcunard
First Time Cruiser • Age 60s

VIKING RIVER CRUISE WATERWAYS OF THE TSARS This was a holiday which included some unforgettable experiences; not only in St Petersburg and Moscow, but also in places like the delightful Yaroslav and Uglich which we visited en route. But there were some disappointing elements too. Overall we thought the cruise provided relatively poor value for money. Although some of the cruising along the ...
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Sail Date: August 2013


Russian Tour

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nomadlin@comcast.net
2-5 Cruises • Age 70s

The ship and staff were wonderful. Our cabin had a large window and the deck outside was roped for for staff only, so it was very private. The room was well appointed and though small did not seem crowded. Food was different every day and delicious (even the reindeer and borscht), staff was very friendly and seemed they would do anything for you including discussing with us their jobs, homes, ...
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Sail Date: July 2012


Extremely disappointing ship and crew

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boatsrme
6-10 Cruises • Age 70s

We are four people, one in their 50's, and three in their 60's, and everyone is very well traveled.We took the route from St. Petersburg to Moscow. On the positive side we met many very nice people, which is very important on this cruise, as there is nothing to do for most of the time. The brochure talks about all their shore excursions. On one of the "shore days" we were off the ship at 8:00 ...
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Sail Date: July 2012

Cabin Type: Deluxe Outside Stateroom


The Best Vacation Trip I've Ever Had

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energee
2-5 Cruises • Age 70s

I think that the Viking Cruise Line should get an award for bringing two cultures together that, for so many years, were told to doubt and fear each other. I'm talking about the United States and Russia. I knew that our cruise was going to show us Russia; however, I totally underestimated how much Viking would help us understand each other. They started early with emails that gave us a preview ...
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Sail Date: June 2012


Viking's Waterways of the Czars (St. Petersburg to Moscow)

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mikerophoto
2-5 Cruises • Age 70s

A few years ago, as an advertising exec at a major corporation, I had lots of means but very little time for travel. Real quality vacations happened only every other year and never lasted longer than 10 days. My second career is teaching school...time is abundant and the wife and I spend wintertime looking for bargains and, typically, two-week sojourns. We are concentrating this decade ...
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Sail Date: July 2011


Viking River Cruise...NEVER AGAIN!!!

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aladdin512
First Time Cruiser • Age 70s

We debated long and hard whether or not to spend the money on this trip. We believed all VRC advertised and decided that it would be the trip of a lifetime. It WAS...the worst trip of our lifetime. We were on the Pakhomov. We are WELL heeled world travellers and had SOOO many problems with Viking. They claimed they "didn't know about the closings for Russian Independence Day"???????? They are in ...
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Sail Date: May 2010

Cabin Type: Veranda Stateroom


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