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Cruises on the Gogol steamship
Код тура: 557
Цена за тур для 1 человека со стандартным размещением.

Cruises on the Gogol steamship
for foreign tourists 

Program No. 1
Arkhangelsk–Brin-Navolok–Arkhangelsk        

Day 1: 10:10 a.m. Arrival at Arkhangelsk (Talagi Airport), transfer to the city.
Arkhangelsk—Russian Sea Port sightseeing tour. Arkhangelsk is a major Russian city. It was founded by Ivan the Terrible to serve as Russia's first seaport and has retained its significance throughout centuries of Russia's maritime history. The tour is dedicated to the history, tourist destinations, and colorful life of modern-day Arkhangelsk.

12:30 p.m. Visit to the Borisov Art Museum of Arctic Exploration. The museum welcomes visitors into the mysterious world of the Arctic, with its sparkling stars, northern lights and snowstorms, to view early maps and Arctic sketches. Its modern design and impressive video installations will transport you to the Arctic and immerse you in the atmosphere of the Far North.

1:30 p.m. Lunch. Trip to Russia's largest open-air museum—the Malyye Korely wooden architecture and folk art museum (25 km from Arkhangelsk). It houses a unique collection of 120 wooden architectural monuments from the Arkhangelsk region (churches, chapels, mills, houses, and outbuildings). Tour of one section of the museum, free time in the museum, time to buy souvenirs. Return trip to Arkhangelsk.

5:30 p.m.–6:00 p.m. "Welcome Aboard the Steamship!" Boarding the steamship. Registration. 6:00 p.m. Departure. Introduction from the captain and organizers. Instructions for tourists. Arkhangelsk—City on the Dvina radio tour. Dinner. Leisure time, musical evening in the rear saloon. 

Day 2: Breakfast. Stop-off at Brin-Navolok. Treasures of the Antonyevo-Siyskiy Monastery tour. 160 km from Arkhangelsk, on the shore of Mikhaylovskoye Lake, is a unique memorial to 16th-century Russian wooden architecture—the Holy Trinity Antonyevo-Siyskiy Monastery founded in 1520 by Saint Anthony of Siya. Within Anthony's lifetime, the monastery began its transformation into the major spiritual and administrative center of Podvinye, well-known in Moscow. It is where Feodor Nikitich Romanov, father of Michael I (the first Russian Tsar of the House of Romanov), was kept in confinement after being forced to take a monastic vow under the name of Filaret. Filaret later became the Patriarch of Moscow and all of Russia. In the 16th–18th centuries, the Antonyevo-Siyskiy Monastery was the largest spiritual and cultural center of Podvinye. Reboarding. Lunch. Ship departs. The journey continues. 108th Anniversary of the Patriarch of the Russian Fleet tour of the steamer. Dinner. Leisure time, musical evening in the rear saloon. 

Day 3: Breakfast. The journey continues. Workshop at the bow. Lunch. 3:00 p.m. Arrival at Arkhangelsk. 3:30 p.m. Visit to the Northern Maritime Museum. A Thousand Years of Northern Navigation exhibition. This stylish museum installation is devoted to the history of northern shipbuilding, Arctic expeditions, the icebreaker fleet, and other milestones in Arctic navigation, including the Arctic findings of the renowned Russian scientist Mikhail Lomonosov. The museum's collection includes authentic historical items (rare books, maps, Pomorye fishing tackle) as well as models of ships, hull gear, and tools. 5:00 p.m. Visit to the 17th–19th centuries landmark building. Arkhangelsk Gostinyy Dvor. The tour is devoted to the history and architecture of this unique complex. Visitors will get a chance to see both permanent and traveling exhibits. See authentic treasures from the collections of the Arkhangelsk History Museum, which boasts over 250,000 exhibit pieces. Transfer to Talagi Airport. Departure from Arkhangelsk.



Program No. 2
Arkhangelsk–Brin-Navolok–Kholmogory–Arkhangelsk

Day 1: 10:10 a.m. Arrival at Arkhangelsk (Talagi Airport), transfer to the city.
Arkhangelsk—Russian Sea Port sightseeing tour. Arkhangelsk is a major Russian city. It was founded by Ivan the Terrible to serve as Russia's first seaport and has retained its significance throughout centuries of Russia's maritime history. The tour is dedicated to the history, tourist destinations, and colorful life of modern-day Arkhangelsk.

12:30 p.m. Visit to the Borisov Art Museum of Arctic Exploration. The museum welcomes visitors into the mysterious world of the Arctic, with its sparkling stars, northern lights and snowstorms, to view early maps and Arctic sketches. Its modern design and impressive video installations will transport you to the Arctic and immerse you in the atmosphere of the Far North.

1:30 p.m. Lunch. Trip to Russia's largest open-air museum—the Malyye Korely wooden architecture and folk art museum (25 km from Arkhangelsk). It houses a unique collection of 120 wooden architectural monuments from the Arkhangelsk region (churches, chapels, mills, houses, and outbuildings). Tour of one section of the museum, free time in the museum, time to buy souvenirs. Return trip to Arkhangelsk.

5:30 p.m.–6:00 p.m. "Welcome Aboard the Steamship!" Boarding the steamship. Registration. 6:00 p.m. Departure. Introduction from the captain and organizers. Instructions for tourists. Arkhangelsk—City on the Dvina radio tour. Dinner. Leisure time, musical evening in the rear saloon. 

Day 2: Breakfast.  Stop-off at Brin-Navolok. Treasures of the Antonyevo-Siyskiy Monastery tour. 160 km from Arkhangelsk, on the shore of Mikhaylovskoye Lake, is a unique memorial to 16th-century Russian wooden architecture—the Holy Trinity Antonyevo-Siyskiy Monastery founded in 1520 by Saint Anthony of Siya. Within Anthony's lifetime, the monastery began its transformation into the major spiritual and administrative center of Podvinye, well-known in Moscow. It is where Feodor Nikitich Romanov, father of Michael I (the first Russian Tsar of the House of Romanov), was kept in confinement after being forced to take a monastic vow under the name of Filaret. Filaret later became the Patriarch of Moscow and all of Russia. In the 16th–18th centuries, the Antonyevo-Siyskiy Monastery was the largest spiritual and cultural center of Podvinye. Reboarding. Lunch. Ship departs. The journey continues. 108th Anniversary of the Patriarch of the Russian Fleet tour of the steamer. Dinner. Leisure time, musical evening in the rear saloon. 

Day 3: Breakfast. Stop-off at the village of Novinki.  Bus tour to the villages of Kholmogory and Lomonosovo. Trip to Historical and Memorial Museum of Mikhail Lomonosov. The museum features the finest examples of Kholmogory bone carving. 17th-century Kholmogory craftsmen were famous for their talents. Naturally, there is a monument to Lomonosov in his birthplace. Kholmogory is an old administrative center of the Dvina region that retained the memory of its former grandeur in Lomonosov's time. This is still visible today in its pontifical palaces and the partially destroyed but still impressive Transfiguration Cathedral. Mikhail Lomonosov visited this place on a number of occasions, first with his father (who acted on behalf of the local archbishop), then by himself as a young man. The bell tower offers views of Kurostrov Island and the village of Lomonosovo. The village of Lomonosovo on Kurostrov is comprised of several smaller villages, including the one in which the great scientist was born and lived as a child. Today, the only remaining building in Lomonosov's hometown from that time is the Church of St. Demetrius of Thessaloniki, which was still under construction when Lomonosov was a child. Reboarding. Lunch. Ship departs. The journey continues. Stop-off. Walking tour of the village of Severnaya (Northern). Dinner. Ship departs.  

Day 4: Breakfast. The journey continues. Workshop at the bow. Lunch. 3:00 p.m. Arrival at Arkhangelsk. 3:30 p.m. Visit to the Northern Maritime Museum. A Thousand Years of Northern Navigation exhibition. This stylish museum installation is devoted to the history of northern shipbuilding, Arctic expeditions, the icebreaker fleet, and other milestones in Arctic navigation, including the Arctic findings of the renowned Russian scientist Mikhail Lomonosov. The museum's collection includes authentic historical items (rare books, maps, Pomorye fishing tackle) as well as models of ships, hull gear, and tools. 5:00 p.m. Visit to the 17th–19th centuries landmark building. Arkhangelsk Gostinyy Dvor. The tour is devoted to the history and architecture of this unique complex. Visitors will get a chance to see both permanent and traveling exhibits. See authentic treasures from the collections of the Arkhangelsk History Museum, which boasts over 250,000 exhibit pieces. Transfer to Talagi Airport. Departure from Arkhangelsk.

Price per person within a group:

 

30 people

40 people

50 people

Program No. 1

RUB 44,250
per person

RUB 35,500
per person

RUB 31,500
per person

Program No. 2

RUB 63,200
per person

RUB 50,650
per person

RUB 44,600
per person


Description of the Gogol steamship:

The Gogol steamship is the oldest passenger vessel in Russia still in regular operation. It is a unique monument to the history of Russian shipbuilding, winner of the Yuriy Sinkevich National Award, and a landmark of the Russian North! The steamship was built in 1911 at Sormovo plant, Nizhny Novgorod, and transported passengers and freight along the Northern Dvina River. After undergoing repairs, the steamer was turned into a tourist vessel. The vessel continues to bring joy to people traveling on the beautiful Northern Dvina and those watching its snow-white hull sail through the river.

Amenities include comfortable cabins, music and recreation saloons, a restaurant, a bar and a sauna—all of which make for a memorable and exciting trip! The steamer still has its original steam engine, which tourists can see while on board.

The vessel has 30 passenger cabins. The Gogol steamship can accommodate visitors in its two luxe suites, two junior suites, two single cabins, 22 double cabins, and two four-person cabins. All cabins have washbasins, and suites have all amenities provided.

The travel company reserves the right to alter the order of tours and the schedule.