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Luxury Cruise Provides Historic Views of Russia

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If you’re looking for your next vacation and need to try something new, Amakatarina is now offering a luxury cruise that provides historic views of Russia that takes guests to some of Russia’s oldest cities to discover hidden culture and beauty.

The Amakatarina cruise features 106 luxury rooms, many of which feature their own outdoor balconies. The suites also have a sitting area, a bathroom with shower, TV, plush bedding, a personal safe, phone, refrigerator and hairdryer. There are ten different categories of rooms on board the 443-foot boat, with suites sizes varying up to 432 square feet.

On board there are numerous features for a relaxing luxury cruise including a Panorama lounge with a bar, a Conference Hall for onboard lectures and entertainment, a well-equipped fitness room located on the Sun Deck, onboard masseuses, a hair dresser, a gift shop and more.  Dining onboard includes two options where guests can enjoy a blend of Russian dishes and international cuisine. There is also a buffet-style breakfast with panoramic views of the sea.

Rooms on the Amakatarina range from $3,599 to $8,598 per night depending on what suite you book. There is also the option of booking the exiting itinerary spanning 13 days from Moscow to St. Petersburg through the Volga-Baltic Waterway. This excursion includes visits to the historic Kremlin on Day 3 and 4, a chance to check out the Moscow Metro system and Moscow nightlife, performances of Kostroma, Kizhi Island on Day 8 to see Russian wooden architecture and four days in St. Petersburg to see The State Hermitage, Peterhof Imperial Estate (“Russian Versailles) and more.

Source: Just Luxe

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