hahaha. i did warn u malamig ang russian winter! lolz did u still go to the parks? sobrang lamig siguro dun hahahaha bilib nga ako sa iyo, nagtravel ka ng winter season
where and what did you eat? what food did you like? Did you eat at the top floor foodcourt in mall beside Novotel?
I have also read that this
is the cheapest country to see Ms. Aurora at Murmansk, so I also included it to
my itinerary, tick it out of my bucket list and put the Scandinavian countries
on my least priority list to visit due to the cost.
I searched the net for the
cheapest fare and flying through Hong Kong would come out on top via Aeroflot.
Which of these routing is
St. Petersburg --> Murmansk --> Moscow
Moscow --> Murmansk --> St. Petersburg
Fares on both routing are
We're not into museums, so we would just take pictures of the architecture, then move forward.
Kindly comment also on the
planned duration on each city if it’s feasible:
St. Petersburg – 3 full
Murmansk – 2 days
Moscow – 4 days (including
a day trip to Vladimir & Suzdal)
@Maverick, I haven't been to Murmansk, Vladimir/Suzdal, so no comment. But I suggest Petersburg 4 days and Moscow 3 days. There are more things to see in Petersburg. Yung days mo ba includes departure date na or are these full days? If you will not go inside Museums, kaya ang Moscow in 1 day lang. Then another day for Vladimir/Suzdal. If you can spare time and DIY ka lang naman, i suggest you stay longer so you don't have to rush. Mura lang naman ang food and accomodations sa Russia. Parang pilipinas lang. I did do Moscow --> Petersburg. Maybe its ideal kasi Petersburg is better for shopping, so after shopping, uwi ka na sa Pilipinas. What month are you visiting?