Business Class Flights to Russia Are the Ultimate Luxury
Spectacular Art and Architecture of St. Petersburg Are Just a Business Class Flight Away
Bordering the Baltic Sea, St. Petersburg has long been an important Russian city. It is home to a thriving port. It was the imperial capital of the country. It supports many major corporations and global industries. It is also one of the most beautiful cities in Europe. Your first stop in St. Petersburg should be to the legendary art museum, the Hermitage. Located in the spectacular Winter Palace, the Hermitage houses three million antiquities and timeless masterpieces. The Hermitage is located on Palace Square, the site of the iconic Alexander Column and the October Revolution of 1917. St. Petersburg is also known for its Peter and Paul Fortress, gorgeous St. Isaac’s Cathedral, Peterhof Palace and Church of the Savior on Blood. To travel to St. Petersburg, book your discounted business class tickets to land in Pulkovo Airport about 12 miles from the city.
Take a First Class Flight Through Russian History in Moscow
Moscow is a magnificent city with more than 12 million residents and some of Europe’s tallest skyscrapers. Its architecture is legendary, from the captivating St. Basil’s Cathedral to the modern Ostankino Tower. Red Square is one of the city’s most iconic features, and it’s a great place to start your Moscow adventure. There you’ll find Lenin’s Mausoleum, St. Basil’s Cathedral, GUM Department Store, Kazan Cathedral and Kremlin palaces. While you could spend most of your time in Moscow in Red Square, make time to visit the stunning Novodevichy Convent, Catherine of Christ the Saviour, Kolomenskoye and the Bolshoi Theatre. There are dozens of incredible parks, buildings and landmarks in the city, so plan your itinerary carefully. Travel to Moscow is convenient from nearly anywhere in the world. Schedule your business class flight to land in either Domodedovo, Sheremetyevo or Vnukovo international airports.
Fly Business Class to Experience the Medieval City
The ancient city of Pskov is a delight. Just 18 miles from Estonia, Pskov still sports its medieval fortified walls and many of its historic features. You can tour the picturesque old citadel, the Pskov Kremlin, also called the Krom. You can ascend any of the Krom’s seven towers for breathtaking views of the river and city, or you can visit at night when the bells toll and the nearby Trinity Cathedral choir sings. Trinity Cathedral itself is a wonderful site, filled with Russian Orthodox iconography and architecture. The Pskov region is also home to a number of monuments celebrating important Russian heroes. You can see the Monument In Memory of the Ledovoye Battle honoring Alexander Nevsky and the Monument to Saint Equal-to-the-Apostles Princess Olga. There is also a touching monument to Pskov paratroopers, a Mysorgsky Memorial, the Two Captains Monument and many more. Other notable sites to visit in beautiful Pskov include Holy Transfiguration Mirozh Monastery, Pogankin Chambers, Olginskaya Chapel and Alexander Nevsky Cathedral. To see enchanting Pskov, book business class deals to St. Petersburg or Moscow and connecting flights to Pskov Airport.
Travel in Lush First Class to Distant Yekaterinburg
Lovely Yekaterinburg has a long and fascinating history and was the site of the deposed Tsar’s exile and execution after the revolution. Nearly 900 miles east of Moscow, Yetkaterinburg is Russia’s fourth largest city and home to numerous libraries, museums, theaters and churches. While the site of the Tsar’s family’s execution, Ipatiev House, no longer exists, visitors can see Church of All Saints. The church, sometimes referred to a Church on the Blood, stands on the old site of Ipatiev House. The altar of the church rests directly over the site of execution, and the church site includes a compelling museum dedicated to the Romanovs. Yekaterinburg also has many other interesting experiences and sites. Walk down Ploshad Lenina to see monuments, important historical buildings and museums. Admire the architecture of Sevastyanov's House, visit the stunning Church of Ascension or get a bird’s-eye view of the city from the 52nd floor of Vysotsky. To experience Yekaterinburg, book first class seats to Koltsovo International Airport.