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Osteuropas Städte: St. Petersburg, Minsk & Moskau

Osteuropas Städte: St. Petersburg, Minsk & Moskau

Willkommen in Osteuropa! Auf den Spuren der Zaren erleben Sie prachtvolle Paläste und Kathedralen mit atemberaubender Architektur und traumhaften Zuckerbauten. Besuchen Sie die Hafenstadt St. Petersburg bei der inkludierten Fluß- und Kanalbootstour. Anschließend geht es in die geschichtsträchtige Hauptstadt Weißrusslands nach Minsk. Die letzte Etappe ist Moskau mit seinem berühmten historischen Stadtzentrum. Im Grundpaket sind 10 Übernachtungen enthalten, das angegebene Preisbeispiel wurde mit Abflug ab Frankfurt am 7.3.2020 ermittelt. Reisedatum, Aufenthaltsdauer, Hotels sowie der Abflughafen können Ihren individuellen Wünschen entsprechend angepasst werden.

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07/03/2020ECONOMY
Frankfurt Main
St. Petersburg
Deutschland
Frankfurt Main / 13:20
Lufthansa LH 1436 Lufthansa
2h 45min nonstop
Russische Föderation
18:05 Pulkovo
07/03/2020 10/03/2020

St. Petersburg

Über die Stadt

Inextricably linked to the major events of Soviet Union, St. Petersburg cannot escape its imperial past. Physically, at least, St. Petersburg has been the city of the tsars since Peter the Great founded the city in a swamp and moved the capital here from Moscow in 1712 to provide greater contact with the West. Many of the major baroque and neoclassical buildings and well-designed streets and landscaped parks are the work of imperial French and Italian architects. St. Petersburg, Russia’s second largest city, is often called Russia’s Western Gate, and the City of White Nights. For a splendid overview of the city, climb the dome of St. Isaac’s Cathedral on Isaakievskaya square, a massive example of 19th century civic-religious architecture; its dome is covered in pure gold. Nearby, on Senate Square overlooking the Neva, is Falconet’s Monument to Peter the Great. Peter and Paul Fortress was founded by Peter the Great and was erected in just one year between 1703 and 1704 during the Great Northern War against Sweden. The fortress was never used to defend the city but it was used as a political prison under the Tsar. Inside the fortress is the main attraction for visitors: the Cathedral of Saints Peter and Paul containing the tombs of Peter the Great, Catherine the Great, Nicholas II and other tsars. Nevsky Prospect is St. Petersburg’s main avenue and one of the best-known streets in Russia. The buildings along Nevsky Prospekt are a treasure house for art-nouveau-fans. Nevsky Prospect is also the city’s central shopping street and the hub of the city’s entertainment and nightlife. Even if the rest of the city were non-existent, the Hermitage alone would merit a week-long visit to St. Petersburg. Located in the magnificent, luxurious Winter Place, former residence of the tsars, this collection of art unquestionably ranks among the world’s finest. But before you immerse yourself in the art, take in the main halls where the tsar reigned and entertained, especially the awesome Malachite Hall, where the provisional Government held its last meeting before the revolution exploded around it. Cool and aristocratic St. Petersburg is a magnificent city with beautiful architecture everywhere. Often described as the Venice of the North, St Petersburg is a city defined by water. Whether you’re cruising the elegant canals, crossing one of the 342 bridges in the city, or just watching them being raised over the mighty Neva River at night to allow ships to pass through, you’re never far from water in St Petersburg.

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Stasov

90%
  • Bei 1,1 km vom Zentrum entfernt
  • 1st line of vasilievsky island, 16, Saint petersburg 199034
Hotel von der berühmten Saint-Petersburg Architekten Wassili Petrowitsch Stassow aufgebaut , ist eine elegante klassische Gebäude in eine lebendige Hotel umgewandelt. Befindet sich im historischen Zentrum von Sankt-Petersburg, auf Wassili-Insel, nur...
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  • Family Room - 3 People (1)

  • Übernachtung mit Frühstück

  • 3 Übernachtungen

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St. Petersburg Fluss- und Kanal-Bootstour

Tag 1 - 15:30
Reiseplan
Dies ist ein typischer Reiseplan für dieses Produkt.

Stopp hier: Moika Embankment, St. Petersburg Russland

St. Petersburg hat mehr als 70 Flüsse und Kanäle, die sich durch die Stadt ziehen und rund 400 Brücken, die sie überqueren. Erhalten Sie eine neue Perspektive auf die Stadt vom Wasser aus, da Bootsausflüge Sie in Gegenden der Stadt bringen, die Sie nicht an Land erreichen würden. Von Anfang an, wurde die Stadt am Wasser gebaut, auf zahlreichen Inseln im Delta des Flusses Newa. Die Kombination aus faszinierender Architektur entlang der Wasserstraßen in St. Petersburg hat einen besonderen Charme, wie in Venedig.

Die sich abzeichnenden Silhouetten der Brücken, die Pracht der Kanäle, die Granitufer mit ihren verschiedenen Piers und die Hellingen, Schlösser und Parks aus dem 18. und 19. Jahrhundert an den Ufern des Flusses Newa, und architektonische Wahrzeichen in Form der Kuppeln und Türme der Kirchen und Kathedralen, die aus der Ferne sichtbar sind, tragen zur einzigartigen Erscheinung des „Venedig des Nordens“ bei, einer der weltweit schönsten Städte.

Dauer: 1 Stunde

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Diese Tour/Aktivität ist für höchstens 20 Reisende geeignet.
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10/03/2020ECONOMY
St. Petersburg
Minsk
Russische Föderation
Pulkovo / 10:35
Belavia Belarusian Airlines B2 942 Belavia Belarusian Airlines
1h 25min nonstop
Weißrussland
12:00 Minsk 2
10/03/2020 13/03/2020

Minsk

Über die Stadt

Minsk is a big city by the river Svislač. It is the capital of Belarus and is a progressive and modern place full of fashionable cafes, impressive restaurants and crowded nightclubs. Almost totally obliterated during WWII, it was rebuilt in a typical Soviet style: huge boulevards, all perpendicular to the other, huge classicist or functionalistic buildings in the centre and huge blocks of apartments in the close outskirts. Nonetheless, Minsk is an exciting city to visit with a deep old history and culture. The National Library of Belarus is probably the most famous modern building in whole Belarus. The National Library of Belarus was founded in 1922. The current 72 m tall building was completed in summer 2006 and consists of 22 storeys. It was designed in the form of a diamond and on top of the building is an open-air observation pad offering superb views over the city. Troitskoye Predmestye,Trinity Suburb, is the name of Minsk’s old town. The name comes from the former Trinity Church that once stood in the area. After the renovation this part was turned into an open-air museum where one can enjoy the stone architecture of the 19th century. Many buildings are located in the Trinity Suburb like museums, antique shops, souvenir stores, cafes, restaurants and art galleries. Trinity Suburb is a gem of the city's architecture where one can enjoy the old Minsk and get familiar with its cultural heritage. Minsk is a very interesting place and it has some very nice parts as well, a lively nightlife and very nice and friendly people.

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Comfort

90%
  • Bei 3,8 km vom Zentrum entfernt
  • 1 schorsa, minsk 220014, Minsk 220014
Property Location Located in Minsk (Moskovsky District), Apartment Complex Comfort is within a 10-minute drive of Church of Saints Simon and Helena and Cathedral of the Holy Spirit. This family-friendly aparthotel is 2.5 mi (4.1 km) from Palace of th...
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  • Studio Apartment (Twin) (1)

  • Übernachtung mit Frühstück

  • 3 Übernachtungen

13/03/2020ECONOMY
Minsk
Moskau
Weißrussland
Minsk 2 / 12:35
Belavia Belarusian Airlines B2 951 Belavia Belarusian Airlines
1h 20min nonstop
Russische Föderation
13:55 Domodedovo
13/03/2020 17/03/2020

Moskau

Über die Stadt

Moscow, the political, historical and economic capital of Russia, displays the country's most extreme contrasts. The old and the modern come together perfectly in this city of 10 million people. The Russian capital is today a dazzling metropolis whose sheer grandeur never fails to amaze. Take the metro from one of the ornate stations to get close to the city’s main attractions that are a symbol of the great and terrible past of the city. The remains of the Soviet state are scattered all around the city. Monuments remember fallen heroes and victorious battles, while museums attempt to analyse and synthesise the past. See Lenin and Stalin – off their pedestals – at the whimsical Art Muzeon. Step into the Socialist Realist fantasy at VDNKh. Descend into the depths of the Soviet system at Bunker-42 Cold War Museum. And remember the millions who suffered at the Gulag History Museum. Nowadays, many fun or clever retro clubs and cafes give their guests a taste of the Soviet experience. The very founding site of the city (and arguably, the country), the Kremlin and Red Square are still at the heart of Moscow – historically, geographically and spiritually. Among the city’s most recognisable sights are the almost cartoon-like onion domes of St Basil’s Cathedral that tower above Red Square, UNESCO gems that were built between the 14th and 17th centuries. Modern-day Moscow defies its grey Soviet past and has developed a hedonistic atmosphere and the sense that great things are once again happening here. Shopping for designer labels at frighteningly expensive boutiques has become a national sport, but Moscow is regarded as one of the world’s most culturally sophisticated capitals, with world-class institutions like the Bolshoi Theatre, the Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory and the Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts. The city is also proud of its great writers, playwrights, composers, choreographers, and film-makers. Glitzy, historical and screaming hedonism, Moscow is truly beguiling.

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Radisson Blu Belorusskaya

80%
  • Bei 4,2 km vom Zentrum entfernt
  • Tretiya ulitsa yanskogo polya, 26, Moscow 125040
Das Hotel liegt in der Straße Yamskogo Polya, rund 1,2 km von der Metrostation und dem Bahnhof Belorusskaya entfernt. Vom Hotel aus sind es rund 5 Fahrminuten zum Kreml, und in der Nähe finden sich zahlreiche gehobene Restaurants, kulturelle Unterhal...
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  • Standard Room (1)

  • Übernachtung mit Frühstück

  • 4 Übernachtungen

17/03/2020ECONOMY
Moskau
Frankfurt Main
Russische Föderation
Domodedovo / 16:20
Lufthansa LH 1445 Lufthansa
3h 30min nonstop
Deutschland
17:50 Frankfurt Main

Zusammenfassung

Osteuropas Städte: St. Petersburg, Minsk & Moskau
Osteuropas Städte: St. Petersburg, Minsk & Moskau