Check-out from your hotel in Moscow and transfer to the railway station, where the express train will take you straight to Nizhny Novgorod - one of the hidden gems on the Russian touristic map. Nizhniy Novgorod is lucky to host one of the most beautiful provincial Kremlins built on high Volga river banks.
After checking into your central-based hotel in Nizhniy (how the locals call it) you’ll head to the sightseeing city tour with a private guide. Also today you’ll take a ride on the Europe’s longest cable cars above Europe’s longest river, Volga!
Apparently, you will get the complete set of Russia's attractions: the Kremlin, the State Art Museum with a collection of icons and national crafts dated back to XIV century, wooden architecture on streets and an open-air museum of traditional architecture and cultures, beautiful churches, ancient monasteries, great traditional Russian food and heartily people.