➤Guided tour in Yaroslavl
➤Russian pancakes experience in the Residence of Maslenitsa (lunch) in Yaroslavl
➤Transfer to Sergiev Posad for a short guided tour there
➤Evening transfer to Moscow
Start the day with the guided tour to Yaroslavl. The legend has it that the future Grand Prince of Kyiv Yaroslav Vladimirovich, being at that time the Prince of Rostov the Great, was inspecting his lands back in 1010 and met an unknown pagan tribe in the place where the Volga River and its tributary the Kotorosl River flow into each other. The locals were hostile towards the prince and set a ferocious she-bear on him. Yet the prince had no fear and killed the beast with a pole-axe. The pagans submitted themselves to the prince’s control and he decided to found a city with a fortress on this site in order for freight boats to sail freely across the Volga River and trades and crafts to be developed here.
Proceed to the Residence of Maslenitsa for lunch. What is, or who is Maslenitsa? Sign up to our tour to find out!
Take a transfer to Sergiev Posad and enjoy a wonderful sightseeing tour around the most cherished treasures of Russian Christians, that includes a visit to the spiritual centre of Russian Orthodoxy - the Trinity Lavra of St. Sergius. This religious and military complex represents an epitome of the growth of Russian architecture and contains some of that architecture’s finest expressions. It exerted a profound influence on architecture in Russia and other parts of Eastern Europe.The property is a serial one, including buildings outside the main monastic compound.
In the evening, take a transfer to Moscow.