Moscow to Karelia

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Moscow to Karelia

21 Jun - 09 Feb
12 days
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That magical trip to Karelia will amazed you by the nature beauty and thrilling landscapes. During our trip we will visit many historical monuments.

You will ride BMW R1200 GS motorcycles during your route (motorcycle operation is possible only as part of the program with a guide).

The route is thought out in a way that you will have the opportunity to stop in historical places and take photos of picturesque nature.

All included. You will receive a motorcycle and health insurance. All museums tickets are included in the price.

It is possible to change the program if only it’s the group wish.

Throughout the route you will be accompanied by a guide, guard and mechanic (we will replace motorcycle in case of serious damage).

Tour todo incluido

Traslado y
alojamiento (en
todas las ciudades)
Comida (día de
llegada y durante
toda la ruta)
entradas al museo,
Costos técnicos y cargos
relacionados con auto-
pistas y estacionamiento
Guardia y mecánico
Regálate una aventura inolvidable!
Y nos aseguraremos de que funcione perfectamente

Resumen del recorrido

Day 1

Moscow, Russian Federation

Meeting at the airport, transfer to the hotel, accommodation; you will get a motorcycle, meet with the team, sign a contract and have a dinner
Day 2

Moscow To Veliky Novgorod 520 Km

Day 3

Veliky Novgorod

Veliky Novgorod (Novgorod the Great) is one of the oldest and most important historic cities in Russia, which serves as the administrative center of Novgorod Oblast. On August 15, 1941, during World War II, the city was occupied by the German Army. Its historic monuments were systematically obliterated. The Red Army liberated the city on January 19, 1944. Out of 2,536 stone buildings, fewer than forty remained standing. After the war, thanks to plans laid down by Alexey Shchusev, the central part was gradually restored. In 1992, the chief monuments of the city and the surrounding area were inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage Site list as the Historic Monuments of Novgorod and Surroundings. In 1999, the city was officially renamed Veliky Novgorod (literally, Great Novgorod), thus partly reverting to its medieval title "Lord Novgorod the Great". Novgorod Kremlin (also Detinets) stands on the left bank of the Volkhov River in Veliky Novgorod about two miles north of where it empties out of Lake Ilmen. The compound was originally the site of a pagan burial ground upon which the first bishop of Novgorod, Ioakim Korsunianin, built the Cathedral of Holy Wisdom upon his arrival in the area in 989 or so. Thus the compound was and remained largely an ecclesiastical site, although many Novgorodian boyars built their houses in the southern part of the Detinets. The current fortress was built between 1484 and 1490 by Muscovite builders in the wake of Grand Prince Ivan III's conquest of the city in 1478; a third of it was paid for by the Novgorodian archbishop Gennady, a Muscovite appointee (1484–1504). It is a large oval 545 metres long and 240 metres wide with nine surviving towers (three additional towers have not survived). The tallest tower, the Kokui tower, is capped by a silver dome. It was built in the 18th century, and its name is of Swedish origin. Today it is possible to enter this tower and climb to the top. The walls are 1,487 metres in circumference. Tchasozvonya is the tower with the watch The Cathedral of St. Sophia (the Holy Wisdom of God) Tin Veliky Novgorod is the cathedral church of the Archbishop of Novgorod and the mother church of the Novgorodian Eparchy. The 38-metre-high, five-domed, stone cathedral was built by Vladimir of Novgorod between 1045 and 1050 to replace an oaken cathedral also built by Bishop Joachim the Korsunian in the late tenth century. uring the Soviet period, the cathedral was a museum. It was returned to the Russian Orthodox Church in 1991. An inscription on the north wall of the west entrance attests to its rededication by Bishop Lev and Patriarch Alexius II. The Millennium of Russia is a bronze monument in the Novgorod Kremlin. It was erected in 1862 to celebrate the millennium of Rurik's arrival to Novgorod, an event traditionally taken as a starting point of the history of Russian statehood. Vladychnaya Chamber An architectural monument of the XV century, a structure built in the style similar to Gothic. It is the oldest preserved civil building not only in Veliky Novgorod, but also in whole Russia. V. I. Povetkin Center of Musical Antiquities In this place, people engage in restoring the appearance and sound of ancient instruments of the 10th – 15th centuries, as well as teaching traditional crafts.
Day 4

Veliky Novgorod To Petrozavodsk 510 Km

Day 5


Petrozavodsk is the capital city of the Republic of Karelia. Petrozavodsk is distinguished among other towns of North Russia by its Neoclassical architectural heritage, which includes the Round Square (1775, reconstructed in 1789 and 1839) and the Alexander Nevsky Cathedral (consecrated in 1832). Among the town's landmarks are the outdoor statues of Peter I (bronze and granite, Ippolit Monighetti, 1873), Gavrila Derzhavin (a Russian poet who was the governor of Olonets in the 18th century), and Alexander Nevsky (erected outside Alexander Nevsky Cathedral in 2010). Polar Odyssey Maritime Museum is the Museum and cultural center, founded in 1978. The first exhibit was a wooden boat-boat "Polar Odyssey", in which members of the historic club sailed from Petrozavodsk to Kronstadt and returned back. National Museum of the Republic of Karelia is the largest museum of Petrozavodsk, which has extensive collections of various orientations from natural science to ethnographic. It tells about the nature, rich history, traditions of the peoples inhabiting Karelia since ancient times, and about other historical aspects. The exposition was founded in 1871 on the initiative of G. G. Grigoriev - the governor of the Olonets province. Alexander Nevsky Cathedral is the cathedral church of Petrozavodsk, built in 1832 as a factory church on the donations of workers. The project worked architect A. I. Postnikov, and the management of construction work carried out the engineer P. K. Maderni. Accommodation
Day 6


Mountain Vottovaara, one of the highest points of Karelia (417m)
Day 7


Girva Waterall. From Karelian "girvas" means "elk". In ancient times, this place was an active volcano
Day 8


Marcial waters Kivach waterfall Mount Sampo. It is on the western tip of Konchezer. According to legend, Sampo fulfills all desires.
Day 9

Petrozavodsk To Mountain Park Ruskeala To Sortavala 290 Km

Mountain Park Ruskeala The main attraction of the Mountain Park is the Marble Canyon this is the monument of industrial culture of the late 18th - early 20th centuries, officially included in the list of the cultural heritage of Russia in 1998. Arrival to Sortavala, accomodation
Day 10


Sortavala is a town in the Republic of Karelia, Russia, located at the northern tip of Lake Ladoga. The district of Sortavala was first recorded in Swedish documents dating to 1468. Russian documents first mention it as Serdovol or Serdobol in 1500. It was ceded to Sweden after the Ingrian War. Until 1940, the Ladoga shore southwest of Sortavala had been one of the very few relatively densely populated areas north of the Karelian Isthmus populated by Karelians Kronid Gogolev Museum The private collection of the national artist K. A. Gogolev is located on the territory of the mansion of the end of the XIX century, erected by the Finnish architect. The main exhibits are sculpted wooden bas-reliefs, painting is also represented. The main theme of the work - the northern landscapes, the life and life of the peasants. Stone of Desire is a Granite boulder, located on the picturesque shore of Lake Lyapäärvi near the city pier.It is a piece of rock. There is a belief that if you touch it and make a wish, it will surely come true. Church of St. Nicholas is one the first Orthodox temples of Sortavala, made of stone. It was erected in the second half of the XIX century. Valaam, also known historically by the Finnish name Valamo, is an archipelago in the northern portion of Lake Ladoga, lying within the Republic of Karelia, Russian Federation. The total area of its more than 50 islands is 36 km². The largest island is also called Valaam.It is best known as the site of the 14th century Valaam Monastery on Valaam Island and for its natural environment.
Day 11

Sortavala To Moscow 980 Km

Return of motorcycle, farewell dinner and photos
Day 12


Departure from the hotel, transfer to the airport
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