Your journey through The Land of the Czars will take you right to Red Square where you'll marvel at the church of St. Basils... It will also take you along the Tverskaya Boulevard while on route to Vorobyovi Gori. It'll allow you to take in all the marvel that is the Kremlin, which includes palaces and cathedrals. The monastery as been a chief Russian Orthodox pilgrimage for over 500 years.
Once you've savored all that Moscow has to offer, head north to St. Petersburg to experience its art, archtecture, history, and traditions. The things that have nurtured some of the worlds most famous music, literature, and art.
Russia has its share of museums like the Hermitage that houses great works of art by da Vinci, Michelangelo, Rembrandt, Ruben, Monet, Van Gogh, Pissaro, and Raphael. Peteroff, which is right outside of St. Petersburg is where Peter the Great's summer home is. Cruise down the Volga, which connects the country's greatest cities of Moscow and St. Petersburgh.