St. Petersburg, Russia
Also known as The City of the Czars, St. Petersburg is home to some of the country’s most impressive architecture. Whilst cruising down the canal, you will be allured by the grandiose palaces and cathedrals that date back to the 18th Century.
Immerse yourself in Russia’s rich cultural heritage and attend a privatised viewing of the Menshikov Palace, before watching an exclusive 17-18th century classical concert. Settle in for a sophisticated evening spent at the legendary Alexandrinsky Theatre to watch the ballet, before indulging in the finest Russian cuisine in a stunning Art Nouveau setting. Here you’ll enjoy a delightful dinner accompanied by a champagne and caviar pairing presented by Dom Perignon’s St. Petersburg ambassador. A delightful dip into the lavish Russian lifestyle to begin your adventure of the Baltics.
Lake Ladoga, Russia
As the largest lake in Europe, Lake Ladoga is a vast expanse of idyllic shoreline and wild alpine forest that is home to a wondrous array of flora and fauna. Hike through the immense surrounding forests and fish with an expert hunter before cooking your catch on the shoreline. Spend an evening at a private lodge deep in the wilderness, where you’ll be treated to a vodka and caviar tasting experience before sampling authentic cuisine prepared by a renowned chef. For a bit of competitive fun, drive 4×4’s around hairpin bends and over river crossings, a truly exhilarating experience to feed the adrenaline seeker in you. Conclude your time on the lake as you dine within the walls of an old fortress, accompanied by live music and dancing.