What unites the two largest Russian
cities Moscow and St. Petersburg, which are so unlike each other? The answer
to this question you will learn with the help of Russian tour operator
NIKA TOUR, which invites you to make a journey of discovery for the
two capitals of Russia.
Moscow was founded in 1147, this is the year the city was first mentioned ancient chronicles. In the 13 century Moscow became the center of an independent principality, and by the end of 15 century Moscow - is the capital of the unified Russian state. In the XIII century Moscow became the center of an independent principality, and by the end of XV century Moscow is the capital of the unified Russian state.
St. Petersburg, or Venice of the North has the exact date of foundation - 27 May 1703. The first Russian Emperor Peter the Great, who built his own capital on the Baltic coast as a "window onto Europe", had deliberately turned his back on the old traditions of Moscow.
NIKA TOUR offers you a private tour during which you can visit Moscow and St. Petersburg, whose fate is connected with a considerable part of Russian history.