A trip to Vladimir

Duration: 10 hours

Opening days: every day, 10.00am-5.30am

Tour Plan:

A trip from Moscow to Vladimir and back takes about 10 hours altogether. Vladimir is located 180 km to the east of Moscow. It is a town of a thousand-year history, the capital of Russian state in the twelfth century. Its history began in 1108, when the legendary Prince Vladimir Monomakh built a mighty fortress to protect the boundaries of ancient Russian state. Had it not been for the Mongol’s invasion, Vladimir might be Russian capital today. The Assumption Cathedral and Cathedral of St. Demetrius built in the twelfth century are among the earliest examples of Russian white stone monuments. Today they are on the UNESCO World Heritage list. The Assumption Cathedral is one of the most historically important Russian Orthodox Churches. The interior of the cathedral includes a number of ancient frescos from late 12th century and 15th century , the latter being painted by Andrei Rublev and Daniil Chyorny, two major icon-painters of Russia. Apart from the twelfth century architecture city tour includes visiting two local museums.

Guide-Translator for the excursion:

10 hours

Russia language: 8000 RUR
English, German, French: 8500 RUR
Italian, Spanish: 9500 RUR
Polish, Czech, Bulgarian: 10500 RUR
Chinese, Japanese, Serbo-Croatian, Hungarian, Romanian, Greek, Dutch, Portuguese, Finnish, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish: 12500 RUR
Arabic, Turkish, Corean, Hebrew: 15000 RUR

Additional charges:

Entrance ticket:

Foreign tourists (children): from 230 rubles

Foreign tourists (adults): from 230 rubles

Russian tourists (children): from 110 rubles

Russian tourists (adults): from 135 rubles

Transport for excursion:

Economy class car

Business class car

VIP class car

Minibus (8 pax)
(Volkswagen Sharan, Crysler Voyager)

Minibus (20 pax)
(Mercedes Sprinter)

Bus (45-55 pax)
(Mercedes, Volvo, Neoplan)

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A trip to Vladimir


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