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Type d'itinéraire

Cet itinéraire favorise la sécurité, la simplicité et minimise les risques d’erreur de parcours. C'est l'itinéraire que MICHELIN préconise par défaut.

Cet itinéraire est celui pour lequel la distance pour se rendre à son point de destination est la plus courte, tout en restant sur des routes praticables. Cet itinéraire est souvent très long en termes de durée.

Cet itinéraire propose une route qui optimise la consommation en carburant et évite de passer par des routes à péages.

Mes options de cout

  • B7 (Gazole)
  • E5 (Essence)
  • E85 (Éthanol)
  • CNG (Méthane)
  • H2 (Hydrogène)

Mes options de route

  • Rapide (temps)
  • Court (distance)
  • E5 (Essence) 1,700 €
  • Itinéraire : Rapide (temps)
  • Distance en : Kilomètres
  • Aucune contrainte

Services à Champs-Élysées

Hébergements.

  • 09 - Stylish Duplex Champs-Elysees
  • Apartments WS Champs Elysées - Ponthieu
  • La Réserve Paris Hotel & Spa

Restaurants

  • Le Berkeley
  • Origines Restaurant

Sites touristiques

  • Grand Palais
  • Palais de la Découverte
  • Théâtre Marigny
  • Itinéraire à partir de ce lieu
  • Itinéraire vers ce lieu
  • Itinéraire passant par ce lieu
  • Hôtels et hébergements à proximité
  • Restaurants à proximité

Voyagez autrement

Arrivée à champs-élysées organisez votre voyage, autres services, restaurants à champs-élysées.

  • Voir les restaurants de la sélection Michelin

Sites touristiques à Champs-Élysées

  • Voir les sites touristiques incontournables

Services auto

  • Louer une voiture

Hébergements Où dormir à Neuilly-sur-Seine

  • A partir de 74 € Hotel Elysée Secret Bien 7.3 144 m - 5 rue de Ponthieu, 75008 Paris Réserver détails
  • A partir de 137 € Hôtel Mathis Elysées Superbe 8.6 148 m - 3, rue de Ponthieu, 75008 Paris Réserver détails
  • A partir de 185 € Hôtel du Rond-point des Champs-Élysées - Esprit de France Superbe 8.9 159 m - 10, Rue de Ponthieu, 75008 Paris Réserver détails

Plus d'hôtels et hébergements à Neuilly-sur-Seine

Restaurants Où manger à Neuilly-sur-Seine

  • Environ 30 € Au Xv Du Rond Point 9.1 (574 avis) 140 m - 8 Rue Jean Mermoz, 75008 Paris Réserver détails
  • Environ 30 € La Cantine Coréenne Elysées 8.9 (190 avis) 141 m - 7 Rue de Ponthieu, 75008 Paris Réserver détails
  • Environ 30 € Le Franklin Steak House 7.6 (161 avis) 143 m - 6 Av. Franklin Delano Roosevelt, 75008 Paris Réserver détails

Plus de restaurants à Neuilly-sur-Seine

Sites touristiques A voir, à faire à Neuilly-sur-Seine

  • Rond-Point des Champs-Élysées Le Guide Vert 44 m - rond-point des Champs-Élysées, 75008 Paris activités détails
  • Avenue Montaigne Le Guide Vert 96 m - Avenue Montaigne, 75008 Paris activités détails
  • Les Champs-Élysées Le Guide Vert 153 m - Avenue des Champs-Élysées, 75008 Paris activités détails

Plus de sites touristiques à Neuilly-sur-Seine

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Comment se rendre de Eiffel Tower à Champs-Élysées

Vous cherchez le meilleur moyen de vous rendre de Eiffel Tower à Champs-Élysées ? Explorez nos services et trouvez celui qui vous convient le mieux. Le confort et la praticité sont à portée de clic!

Déplacez-vous de Eiffel Tower à Champs-Élysées avec Bolt

Déplacez-vous de Eiffel Tower à Champs-Élysées avec Bolt

Foire aux questions, quelle est le moyen le moins cher pour se déplacer de eiffel tower à champs-élysées .

The most affordable way to travel from Eiffel Tower to Champs-Élysées is by Bolt which will cost you around 11.80 EUR.

Quelle distance entre Champs-Élysées et Eiffel Tower ?

Champs-Élysées est à environ 3.3 km de Eiffel Tower.

Combien de temps faut-il pour se déplacer de Eiffel Tower à Champs-Élysées?

Il faut environ 13 minutes pour se déplacer de Eiffel Tower à Champs-Élysées en Bolt.

Combien coûte un trajet de Eiffel Tower à Champs-Élysées ?

The cost of the trip from Eiffel Tower to Champs-Élysées with Bolt is approximately 11.80 EUR.

Trajets depuis Eiffel Tower

Explorez les trajets les plus demandés de Eiffel Tower vers les quartiers de Paris.

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Explorez les trajets les plus demandés pour aller à Champs-Élysées depuis les autres quartiers de Paris.

Pour des raisons opérationnelles, l'ouverture de la tour Eiffel sera retardée le 9 avril . Avant de vous déplacer, consultez le site Internet. Visiteurs déjà munis de billets : nous vous invitons à consulter votre messagerie. Veuillez nous excuser pour la gêne occasionnée.

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Comment venir à la tour Eiffel ?

La tour Eiffel est située en plein cœur de Paris dans le 7ème arrondissement, et très facilement accessible. Nous vous recommandons de venir à la tour Eiffel par les transports en commun parisiens : métro, RER, bus. La tour Eiffel est bien desservie par le métro : il y a 3 stations de métro à proximité. Sur la ligne 6, la station Bir Hakeim est la plus proche, à moins de 10 minutes à pied de l’entrée 1 (Allée des Refuzniks) du monument. Les stations Trocadéro (ligne 9) et Ecole Militaire (ligne 8) sont à une quinzaine de minutes à pied de la Tour.  Autre possibilité, la ligne C du réseau de trains RER dessert la station Champ de Mars-Tour Eiffel, située à 5 minutes à pied de l’entrée 1. Vous pouvez également opter pour le bus : les lignes 82, 30, 42 desservent des arrêts à 5 minutes à pied de l’entrée 2 de la tour Eiffel (Allée Jean ...

La tour Eiffel est située en plein cœur de Paris dans le 7ème arrondissement, et très facilement accessible. Nous vous recommandons de venir à la tour Eiffel par les transports en commun parisiens : métro, RER, bus. La tour Eiffel est bien desservie par le métro : il y a 3 stations de métro à proximité. Sur la ligne 6, la station Bir Hakeim est la plus proche, à moins de 10 minutes à pied de l’entrée 1 (Allée des Refuzniks) du monument. Les stations Trocadéro (ligne 9) et Ecole Militaire (ligne 8) sont à une quinzaine de minutes à pied de la Tour.  Autre possibilité, la ligne C du réseau de trains RER dessert la station Champ de Mars-Tour Eiffel, située à 5 minutes à pied de l’entrée 1. Vous pouvez également opter pour le bus : les lignes 82, 30, 42 desservent des arrêts à 5 minutes à pied de l’entrée 2 de la tour Eiffel (Allée Jean Paulhan). Les lignes de bus 69 et 86 s’arrêtent sur le Champ de Mars, à 7 mn de l’entrée 1. La ligne 72 vous dépose près du Trocadéro à une quinzaine de minutes à pied.  Si vous vous rendez en voiture dans le quartier de la tour Eiffel, nous vous recommandons de vous garer dans un parking public. Plusieurs options de parkings payants s’offrent à vous, notamment le parking Quai Branly – Tour Eiffel situé à un peu plus de 5 mn à pied de l’entrée 2 (Allée Jean Paulhan).  Utilisez notre plan interactif ci-dessous pour explorer le quartier et les différents moyens de transports et chemins pour venir à la tour Eiffel.  

La Tour Eiffel, est accessible à tout public via les transports en commun et la voiture.

Découvrez ici comment venir.

  • En Métro Ligne 9, ligne 8 & ligne 6
  • En RER Ligne C
  • En Bus Ligne 82, ligne 42
  • En Vélib Vélos en libre service
  • En Voiture . Liste des parkings
  • En Bateau Accédez à la tour Eiffel par la Seine

La Tour Eiffel, est accessible depuis différentes lignes de métro. Découvrez les stations qui desservent la Tour Eiffel

  • Station trocadéro  à pied
  • Station Bir-Hakeim  à pied
  • Station Ecole militaire  à pied

La Tour Eiffel, est accessible depuis la ligne C du RER. Découvrez la station qui dessert la Tour Eiffel.

  • Champ de mars - Tour Eiffel  à pied

La Tour Eiffel, est accessible depuis différentes lignes de bus. Découvrez les arrêts qui desservent la Tour Eiffel

  • Tour Eiffel  à pied
  • Champ de Mars  à pied

Les stations Vélib’ vous permettent de louer un vélo en libre-service 24h/24 et 7j/7. Un moyen agréable de se rendre à la tour Eiffel tout en se baladant dans les rues de Paris !

  • Station 2 Av. Octave Gréard 1min à pied
  • Station 2 Quai Branly  à pied
  • Station 43 avenue Rapp 2min à pied
  • Station 36 Avenue de Suffren  à pied

Si vous souhaitez venir à la tour Eiffel en voiture, nous vous conseillons de stationner votre véhicule dans un des parkings couverts les plus proches du monument, notamment le parking du quai Branly situé à moins de 300 mètres de la Tour !

  • Parking Quai Branly-Tour Eiffel  à pied
  • Parking Pullman Tour Eiffel  à pied
  • 443 Avenue Joseph Bouvard,  à pied
  • 2 Place Joffre, 75007 Paris  à pied

Accèdez à la tour Eiffel par la Seine, en bateau.

  • Batobus Tour Eiffel  à pied

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Champs-Élysées

The Champs-Élysées is 1.2 miles (1.9 km) long and is the most beautiful and well-known avenue in Paris . It connects Arc de Triomphe with the Place de la Concorde and is considered one of the world’s most famous commercial streets. 

The origins of the Champs-Élysées can be traced to 1640 when space was cleared to plant a line of trees, which would later become an avenue. The name translates to “Elysian Fields” from the Greek mythology, meaning resting place of Greek gods and dead heroes, similar to the Christian paradise.

In 1724, the avenue was extended and acquired its current size and in 1994 the city renovated the street’s sidewalks, improving the Champs-Élysées considerably. Nowadays, its buildings are high-end stores, cafés and offices , ideal for shopping or going for a stroll down one of the most beautiful avenues of the city.

The Champs-Élysées is also renowned worldwide, especially among sports fans, as it is the site of the Tour de France’s last stage.  

A walk down the Champs-Élysées

The avenue is divided in two. The lower part, closest to the Place de la Concorde, runs through a park with  imposing buildings such as the Palais de la Découverte (Discovery Palace), the Petit Palais and the Grand Palais.

The higher part of Champs-Élysées begins at place Charles de Gaulle, where the magnificent Arc de Triomphe is situated, with numerous high-end stores , restaurants , cinemas and large department stores .

The Champs-Élysées ends at the opposite side of the Arc de Triomphe , where the avenue de la Grande Armée leads to the Grande Arche de la Défense and the district of La Défense .

From the Grande Arche, visitors have an amazing view of Champs-Élysées. 

Champs-Élysées

Between the Arc de Triomphe and Place de la Concorde.

Metro : Champs-Élysées-Clemenceau , lines 1 and 13; Franklin D. Roosevelt , lines 1 and 9; George V , line 1; Charles de Gaulle – Étoile , lines 1, 2 and 6.

Nearby places

Petit Palais (329 m) Place de la Concorde (746 m) Musée de l’Orangerie (907 m) La Madeleine (932 m) Musée des égouts de Paris (943 m)

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Arc de Triomphe

Champs-Élysées Walking Tour With Arc de Triomphe Entry

Heroes and legends on the world’s most celebrated avenue.

  • When 12:30 PM Thursday, Friday, Monday (seasonal schedule)
  • Duration 3 hours (1 hour guided)
  • Meeting Point In front of the statue of Général Charles de Gaulle

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  • Hear the storied history of the famous Champs-Élysées and Arc de Triomphe.
  • Take a hidden passage to the Eternal Flame of the Unknown Soldier.
  • Climb the Arc de Triomphe to view the Champs-Élysées and more from over 150 feet high.
  • Learn all about the wonders of the fête nationale, AKA Bastille Day.
  • Glimpse the shining shop windows of the Champs-Élysées while walking down the avenue like a movie star.
  • Travel back to 1944 when France celebrated its liberty on the Champs-Élysées.
  • Cross the finish line of Tour de France cyclists by the Arc de Triomphe.
  • Discover how the Champs-Élysées flourished at the 1855 World’s Fair and the single remnant that stands today.
  • Take our Paris shuttle for convenient transportation, included with your tour.

Arc de Triomphe

What you'll do

This walking tour is a journey through the centuries, from the 1600s to the 1800s (when the Arc de Triomphe was built) and beyond to the glittering shops that today line the world’s most famous avenue.

On the way, you’ll pass near the Petit Palais’s monumental dome and the Grand Palais’s stunning glass ceiling. Soon, you’ll find yourself on the grand and glorious Champs-Élysées. 

Your tour of the Champs-Élysées will be filled with the sights and sounds of the heart of Paris. Along the way, hear stories of the celebrities, dignitaries and parades that have filled this street, from glamorous 1950s movie stars to the November victory march after France was liberated from Nazi control.

If you love shopping — and love to splurge — your guide will also share tips on the top spots to pick up something special. The Champs-Elysées is definitely the best place to feel like Lily Collins from “Emily in Paris!”

Finish your guided Champs-Élysées walking tour at the entrance of the beautiful Arc de Triomphe. Y our self-guided visit to the Arc de Triomphe, a monument to France’s war heroes and victories begun in 1806 (it took three centuries to build), will provide a unique view of Paris from above. See the Eiffel Tower and more as you enjoy the vibrant city scene and take photos you’ll cherish forever.

Petit Palais

Passing near a stunning palace by the Seine, built for the World’s Fair, now host to the Museum of Fine Arts

Grand Palais

A view of a glass-crowned palace near the golden Pont Alexandre III

Champs Élysées

One of the most famous streets in the world, filled with glamor, stories, shops and style

Arc de Triomphe

Built to celebrate Napoleon’s victories, now a symbol of Paris offering panoramic views from the summit

Plan your trip

Your entry ticket to the Arc de Triomphe is included in this tour.

Tour ending point

This tour ends at Arc de Triomphe where you’ll continue for a self-guided visit

Refund policy

We offer a 100% refund up to 24 hours before the start time.

Full Schedule

Rim Tamara was lovely. She guided us down the Champs Élysées to the Arc de Triomphe. She was friendly and informative. I had a good time.

Meeting point

Please meet us at Place Clemenceau, in front of the statue of Général Charles de Gaulle and next to the metro station Champs-Élysées – Clemenceau. Your guide will be holding a sign that says “ExperienceFirst.”

For easier navigation, you can paste this address into Google Maps: Champs-Élysées – Clemenceau .

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How much walking is there?

This tour covers 1 mile at a leisurely pace. If mobility is an issue, please arrange for a private tour .

What is the rescheduling policy?

We understand plans change. We offer a 100% refund or the option to reschedule up to 24 hours prior to your tour start time. Within 24 hours of your tour, we would have incurred hard costs and therefore cannot allow rescheduling or cancellation without costs.

When should I get there?

Plan to show up 15 minutes early. The tour starts promptly, and you may not be able to catch up if you arrive late.

What if it rains?

Our tours run rain or shine. If there’s extreme weather and we have to cancel, you’ll get a full refund.

Are gratuities included?

Tips aren’t included but are always appreciated by our guides. If you think your guide did an outstanding job, a tip is a great way to show that.

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Marathon de Paris : parcours, circulation, favoris, conseils… Tout ce qu’il faut savoir sur la course

Le 47e marathon de Paris se déroule ce dimanche 7 avril. 54 000 coureurs et plusieurs centaines de milliers de spectateurs sont attendus sur les 42,195 km de la course à pied la plus populaire de France.

54 000 coureurs sont attendus pour disputer le 47e marathon de Paris. Icon Sport/Aude Alcover

C’est tous les ans la même chose. Si, en lisant ces lignes, l’envie vous prend de participer au Marathon de Paris qui se court ce dimanche 7 avril entre les Champs-Élysées et l’avenue Foch, c’est trop tard. Il fallait se réveiller avant. La liste des engagés est fermée depuis l’automne 2023. C’est complet, archi-complet. Le marathon de Paris reste la course la plus populaire de France et, tôt ce dimanche matin, ils seront 54 000 coureurs à piaffer d’impatience dans les sas de départ.

54 000 inscrits, mais combien de partants ?

Selon les chiffres officiels, 54 000 personnes venues de plusieurs dizaines de pays sont donc inscrites. Un coureur sur trois au départ n’est pas Français : le marathon de Paris est dans le Top 10 des plus grands du monde et beaucoup veulent le faire au moins une fois. Tous les inscrits ne seront toutefois pas là : il y a environ 10 % de perdition en fonction de méforme, blessure et autres. Le marathon retrouve néanmoins durablement ses fréquentations d’avant Covid. L’an dernier, ils étaient 52 000 inscrits contre 45 000 en 2022.

Le record de partants tient depuis 2019, avant la pandémie : 49 155 partants pour 47 495 arrivants. En 1976 pour la première édition, il n’y avait eu que 150 pionniers. Parmi tous les partants, combien seront à l’arrivée ? Tous ou presque : 98 % des coureurs franchissent la ligne. 16 % courent en moins de 3h30, 54 % entre 3h30 et 4h30 et 30 % en plus de 4h30.

Le parcours, on ne change rien… ou presque

Pas de changement de parcours cette année. Il reprend au centimètre près celui de 2023 avec l’habituel départ en haut des Champs-Élysées. Un conseil aux débutants : le départ est en pente douce et gare à celui qui s’élance trop vite. N’oubliez pas la règle d’or : dans un marathon, tout se paye à un moment ou un autre, que ce soit la préparation, l’hydratation, l’alimentation ou un départ trop rapide.

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Direction ensuite l’Opéra, la place de la Bastille, le bois de Vincennes, un retour à la Bastille puis la redoutable voie Georges-Pompidou le long de la Seine avec ses tunnels et ses faux plats. Il sera temps alors de défier le fameux « mur » des 30 km avec vue sur la tour Eiffel. Il n’est pas une légende urbaine. Le coureur débutant le prend en plein dans le nez et les 10 000 derniers mètres à travers le bois de Boulogne peuvent devenir une souffrance avant la délivrance avenue Foch et l’arrivée.

À noter quand même une légère modification décidée ce vendredi à cause de la crue de la Seine. « Du tunnel Henri IV jusqu’au tunnel des Tuileries, rendu inaccessible par la crue, le passage des concurrents se fera sur les quais hauts au lieu des quais bas. Le nouveau parcours ne présentera pas de différence avec le parcours initialement prévu », a précisé l’organisation dans un communiqué.

Des départs de 7h55 à 10h50

54 000 coureurs attendus au départ, mais il n’y a pas qu’un seul départ. Selon leurs aptitudes, les coureurs s’élancent par sas et par couleur de dossard pour éviter l’engorgement. Le premier départ, celui des handi fauteuil est programmé à 7h55. Les Élite femmes partent juste après, les Élite hommes à 8h15 pour une arrivée programmée avenue Foch vers 10h20. Le dernier départ pour les coureurs en 4h30 est prévu à 10h50.

Un conseil là encore : l’attente peut-être longue et le pire est de faire du surplace en épuisant toute son énergie avant même la première foulée. Couvrez-vous aussi : Météo France annonce de douces températures dans la matinée, autour de 14 °C mais aussi de la pluie qui rendra la chaussée et les bandes blanches glissantes. Méfiance.

Attention aux interdictions de circulation

De samedi matin à dimanche soir, les riverains doivent aussi tenir compte de la route. Voici les principales interdictions pour éviter la fourrière : avenue Foch, entre la place du Maréchal de Lattre de Tassigne et la place Charles-de-Gaulle. De 3 heures à 14 heures dimanche : avenue des Champs-Élysées, entre la place Charles-de-Gaulle (non comprise) et le rond-point des Champs-Elysées-Marcel Dassault (non compris).

De 7 heures à 12h30 : avenue des Champs-Élysées, entre le rond-point des Champs Elysées-Marcel Dassault (compris) et la place de la Concorde, place de la Concorde, rue de Rivoli, place Vendôme, rue de la Paix, Place de l’Opéra, rue Auber ; Jusqu’à 15 heures : avenue Daumesnil, esplanade Saint-Louis.

Jusqu’à 15h30 : place de la Bastille, portée Dorée, rue de Charenton, voie Georges-Pompidou, avenue de New York en totalité, entre le pont de l’Alma et le pont d’Iéna, avenue du Président Kennedy, boulevard Exelmans, rue Molitor ; Jusqu’à 17 heures : à pont Garigliano. ; Jusqu’à 17h30 : boulevard d’Auteuil, place du Trocadéro. Le stationnement est aussi interdit sur l’entièreté du parcours. À noter, aussi, que la bretelle de sortie n° 1 de l’autoroute A13 dans le sens Province Paris est neutralisée de 7 heures à 17 heures.

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Les trois derniers vainqueurs sont au départ. La course se jouera une fois encore entre Kényans et Éthiopiens. Les deux nations se partagent 19 succès sur les 20 dernières éditions (11 pour le Kenya, 8 pour l’Éthiopie). Vainqueur l’an dernier en 2h07′15′', l’Éthiopien Gisealew Ayana, 21 ans, tente un doublé que seuls le Britannique Steve Brace (1989 et 1990) et le Kényan Paul Lonyangata (2017 et 2018) ont réussi. Pour y parvenir, il a affaire à une rude concurrence. Sept coureurs se présentent avec un temps de référence inférieur à 2h05′. Vainqueur en 2021 et détenteur du record de l’épreuve en 2h04′21′', l’expérimenté Kényan Elisha Rotich (33 ans) fait son retour sur la distance après deux ans loin du circuit. Il est accompagné de l’Éthiopien Deso Gelmisa, vainqueur dans les rues de Paris en 2022 et l’an dernier à Tokyo.

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Best of Moscow by high speed train

By shuguley , February 15, 2014 in Regent Seven Seas Cruises

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Sure would appreciate someone who has taken "Best of Moscow by high speed train" from St. Petersburg could please share their impressions of this shore excursion. From the description this sounds like a very long day.

Wondering how the 4 hour train trip was in terms of accommodations, etc. Also what time did you leave the ship and what time at night did you return? Were both legs of the trip on the high speed rail (I read that slower trains also travel the same tracks)?

My wife and I are considering this excursion. We thought that if we are making all the effort to go to Russia then how could we pass up going to Moscow, walking in Red Square, seeing St. Basil, etc.

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If you are considering this on the 2015 June Baltic cruise on Voyager; my suggestion is don't. There is so much to do in St. Petersburg and although a train is one of my favorite ways to travel the time would be far better spent in St. P.

Thanks for the advice. Yes, this would be on the Voyager during the 2015 season but not yet sure exactly which cruise.

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We did the Moscow excursion "on a different luxury line", but from your brief description it sounds very much like the same trip, so I will operate on that assumption. It is a VERY long day! We left the ship at 5:30 AM and returned at 12:30 AM. The highspeed train trip is comfortable, and while they call it "Business Class" it does not compare well to the equivalent class on say Rail Europe. When we did it in 2011, we did have highspeed both ways, and the trip back seemed much longer as the adrenaline and excitement had worn off!:D

Moscow itself is not that terribly different from any other big city in the world, but this Cold War kid never thought he would ever stand in Red Square, never mind walk the grounds of The Kremlin, or tour The Kremlin Palace, or see (but not visit) Lenin's Tomb, or visit The Armoury. But he did, and he loved every minute of it! Yes, it is a long day, and you barely scratch a scratch on the surface, but it is worth it. There is a tremendous amount to see in St. Petersburg, but every Baltic cruise goes to St. Petersburg, so you can go back if you choose to. Not every cruiseline offers you the chance to see Moscow.

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I have not personally done this tour, but our last time in St Petersburg, the private guide that we hired for a day was leading the regent tour to Moscow on the high speed train the next day. He said it was way better than the previous alternative, which was flying to Moscow and back. He said that you actually got to Moscow faster because you didn't have to deal with airline checkin etc. it did seem like a very long day to me, and there is so much to see and do in st. Petersburg that I didn't consider doing it.

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We toured to Moscow from St. Petersburg via the hi-speed SAPSAN train last September, from a Baltic cruise on the Oceania Marina. You need to have a two-night, three day port call in St. Petersburg to take this tour because the tour typically leaves the ship around 5:00 - 5:30 AM and doesn't return until after midnight the next day. We didn't take the ship's tour; we made private arrangements with TravelAllRussia for three days of touring, the first and third days in St. Petersburg and the second day the tour to Moscow by train. Our cost for the private tour for three days was about the same as what the ship charged for the excursion to Moscow alone. There are a number of private tour agencies that operate in St. Petersburg and offer the Moscow train tours; we would strongly recommend them over the ship's tours.

All three days had private guides with car and driver. The second day, the driver picked us up at the ship and took us to the train, but we were alone on the train, and met in Moscow by the guide on the station platform. After our tour and dinner, we were brought back to the train and after the return train trip met by the driver and taken back to the ship. Because you are alone on the train you must have your own Russian visas.

If this is your first visit to St. Petersburg, I would agree there is much more to see there. We found Moscow somewhat a disappointment, particularly Red Square. The Kremlin and the cathedral in Red Square were also worth seeing. But the best thing we saw was the Moscow subway! I worked for the Washington Metro system back in the 1980s as it grew from 40 to 80 miles and although I was in the computer area, I learned a lot about the challenges of running a subway system. We used the Moscow system to get across the city from where we had dinner to the train station, and I was amazed at the cleanliness', speed of operation, the short headways maintained, and the courtesy of everyone involved. A very impressive experience!

We had been to St. Petersburg before, and so had the time to take a day and go to Moscow. Also, I really like trains, and the SAPSAN is a German train set running on Russian rails. Seats are like first class domestic air, spacious but not too plush or comfortable, but with enough room. Not too much recline, and almost 8 hours on the train in two shots is a lot for an old man. They come through and sell drinks, candy, etc. but the sellers don't speak English and no one around us helped, so we had just poor coffee once coming, and brought stuff with us for the trip back. Not too much to see from the train either, particularly on the return when it is night the whole way.

If you decide to go, take a private tour and avoid the overly expensive ship's tour. I'm glad we did it, but wouldn't bother to repeat the tour; we've seen Moscow.

Thanks so much to all of you for the thorough and thought insight. Yhe information you have provided is most helpful.

countflorida: Your detailed post is very helpful. We are not quite ready for a Baltic cruise but should do so within a year. Time enough to do our pre travel research, bookings and visa gathering.:) Thank you!

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Sure would appreciate someone who has taken "Best of Moscow by high speed train" from St. Petersburg could please share their impressions of this shore excursion. From the description this sounds like a very long day.   Wondering how the 4 hour train trip was in terms of accommodations, etc. Also what time did you leave the ship and what time at night did you return? Were both legs of the trip on the high speed rail (I read that slower trains also travel the same tracks)?   My wife and I are considering this excursion. We thought that if we are making all the effort to go to Russia then how could we pass up going to Moscow, walking in Red Square, seeing St. Basil, etc.

I did this on Seabourn. IMO DONT. Take Aeroflop (er Aeroflot). The train has non folding seats where you are literally knee to knee with your fellow passenger (facing each other). Further they don't believe in air conditioning. It's also the worlds slowed bullet train. I think I would have found more enjoyment wandering around the St. Petersburg and Moscow airports.

Countflorida,

This is a little off topic,, however we had planned a river cruise in Russia but decided we would rather stay on land and have booked about two weeks with Travel-All-Russia using the private guide and driver. I'm curious as to how you found them as a tour company.

The guides they provided were fine. We had a different guide each of the days in St. Petersburg, but both were flexible, pleasant, knowledgeable and spoke English very well, as did the guide in Moscow, incidentally. She was a bit aloof, distant, not too friendly, but otherwise fine. In fact, she was the one who suggested taking the Metro, which unexpectedly became one of the highlights of the Moscow excursion. If I have a complaint with AllTravelRussia, it is with their plan and its execution (more later).

I had requested emphasis on World War II (in Russia, the Great Patriotic War) sites and info. In scheduling us, they weren't careful about dates and a couple of the sites we wanted to see were scheduled on the third day, after we'd been to Moscow. But both sites were closed that day of the week, and that info was readily available, right on web sites describing them. Also, the included meals (lunches in St. Pete, dinner in Moscow) were not what we asked for: light meals with some choices, so we could avoid things we didn't like and choose things we did like. My request was ignored; we were given full Russian meals with a fixed menu, no choice. On the first day, a fish dish was the entre, but I am allergic to fish. Fortunately, I had the e-mail I'd sent with me and showed it to the guide, and she was able to change my entre to chicken, which was very good actually. But we didn't want a 3-4 course lunches or dinner (in Moscow). We had the guide drop the lunch the third day, although we never got any credit or refund. But, particularly in contrast to the ship's tours, the prices were so reasonable we didn't worry too much about it.

The people who were on the ship's tour to Moscow saw us boarding the same train for which they were forced to queue up and wait on the way back, and asked us what we had done. I was candid and open so they were not happy when I explained what we had arranged and particularly what it had cost. Also, when we returned to the ship, we found they had laid on a late supper for those who had gone to Moscow, so up we went and had something. Well, it turns out the late supper was supposed to be just for those on the ship's tour, but we and others on 'independent' tours, there were a dozen or more of us, crashed the party, actually got there first, and they didn't realize it until the larger group arrived and there weren't enough tables/places set. By that time, the 'independents' had all gotten served and were eating; what could they do?

A couple from the larger group sat down with us and asked us about our tour, and they were the ones I told about our arrangement and its cost. They turned to others who’d been with them and announced the details, loudly enough so the whole room heard, which started a lot of bitching and complaining. I gathered they weren't very happy with the ship's tour to begin with, and this was the straw that broke the camel's back. We finished up and beat it out of there, but overheard later that one of the excursion staff came to check on something and ran into a real mess. I caught a cold on the trip, which forced me to bed the second day following in Tallinn, so by the time we reappeared we heard about the contretemps' but apparently no one recalled who started it, thankfully.

Because of what happened to us, I would probably not use AllTravelRussia if I were to go again, or if I did, I would be sure to get confirmation of every detail of the tour. They do have good reviews generally, and we were certainly helped by their visa department and liked the guides and drivers. Their weakness, I say now with full 20:20 hindsight, is that once the sales person who plans the tour, sells it to you and collects your money, he (or she) transfers the plan to their Russia office for implementation; there is no follow-up to make sure it gets done right. And that is where our problems arose; we paid for a custom tour but got a standard package with a few destinations switched, and no one checked them out, even to see when they were open the day we were scheduled to go. If you check every detail that’s important to you, it should be OK, but that’s a hell of a way to have to do business, in my opinion.

Thank you for the 20/20 hindsight observation on your Russian tour operator, and better priced than the ship's excursion cost.

Thanks very much for the feedback.

We had the same experience as you so far as price. We originally booked a Viking Cruise but, hearing some things about the river cruises that made us unhappy, looked into other options. T-A-R cost the same or less than a cruise and had us in hotels for 11 days. We opted for the private tour. They have three tour levels, based on hotels. We originally opted for the four star as it did not cost much more than the three star hotels. Finally we decided to throw it all in and upgraded to five star. In Moscow we will be at the newly opened Kempinsky which is two blocks from Red Square. In St. Petersburg it is the Grand Hotel Europe, one of the most vaunted luxury hotels in Russia. Location is important for us as the tours use up only part of the day so being in the center of everything for our independent touring is important. As with many other cities, the less you pay, the farther out of the center of town you are.

We have been working with our salesman in D.C. and he seems to get back to us with the changes we want. He recently returned from Russia so is up on everything. When I asked they said they paid the full TA commission if I wanted so I got my usual TA on board so he is watching our back and giving us that extra level of comfort. He also set up our air, which I know pays him little or nothing, and got us business class for much less than T-A-R wanted for economy, though it took working for a while with a consolidator. He's happy to get his 10 percent on this trip without having booked it. He also took care of the trip insurance. We've been doing a lot of research on the CC sister site Trip Advisor and will write a report there. We will, I guess, become a source of info for CC members after having spent 5 days in Moscow and 6 in SP.

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Anybody considering a day trip to Moscow from St. Petersburg on the Sapsan may want to look at our travelogue filled with pictures.

http://boards.cruisecritic.com/showthread.php?t=1927687

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Very informative. Thanks dor sharing. Jeff

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