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  • Rostov-on-Don cruise port

     Rostov-on-Don

    Rostov-on-Don is a Don River cruise port and city in southeastern Russia, located approx 32 km (20 ml) from Azov Sea. The city has population around 1,2 million, ranking it Russia's 10th largest...

  • Kostroma cruise port

     Kostroma

    Kostroma is a Volga River cruise port and a city located at the confluence of Volga and Kostroma rivers. The town was founded in 1152 by Prince Yuri Dolgoruky to protect Russia's northeastern borders...

  • Ulyanovsk cruise port

     Ulyanovsk

    Ulyanovsk is a Volga River cruise port (via the tributary Sviyaga River) and city located approx 705 km (438 ml) east of Moscow. By population (around 620,000) the city is ranked Russia's 22nd...

  • Perm cruise port

     Perm

    Perm is a Kama River cruise port and city located near Ural Mountains. The city has population around 1 million, ranking it Russia's 13th most populous. In the period 1940-1957 the city was...

  • Tver cruise port

     Tver

    Tver is a Volga River cruise port and city located in central-western Russia. The city is located approx 180 km (110 ml) south of Russia's capital Moscow, and has population around 420,000...

  • Sortavala cruise port

     Sortavala

    Sortavala is a Lake Ladoga cruise port and town in Karelia (Russia). The town is located on the lake's northern tip and has population around 22,000. Approx 63 km (40 ml) to the west is the...

  • Makaryev Monastery cruise port

     Makaryev Monastery

    Makarievo is a Volga River cruise port and village popular for the nearby Zheltovodsky Makaryev monastery. This is a convent founded in 1435 by monk Makarii. It was built on the border between...

  • Plyos cruise port

     Plyos

    Plyos (Ples) is a Volga RIver cruise port in Russia, located approx 70 km (43 ml) northeast of Ivanovo. Volga's width in the area of ​​Plyos is 650-700 m (2130-2300 ft), with depth of 15 m (50 ft...

  • Svirstroy cruise port

     Svirstroy

    Svirstroy is a Svir River cruise port and village in the region of Leningrad (Russia). The village is on the river's left bank, and located approx 10 km northeast of Lodeynoye Pole. Its population is...

  • Astrakhan cruise port

     Astrakhan

    Astrakhan is a Volga River cruise port and city in southern Russia. It lies on both banks of the river, located in the upper Volga Delta and very close to where the river discharges into Caspian Sea...

  • Volgograd cruise port

     Volgograd

    Volgograd is a Volga River cruise port and city in southwestern Russia, previoulsy named Tsaritsin (1589–1925) and Stalingrad (1925-1961). The city is located on the river's western bank...

  • Saratov cruise port

     Saratov

    Saratov is a Volga River cruise port and city in southwestern Russia, located north of Volgograd. City's population is over 840,000, ranking it Russia's 17th largest. Local economy is based on...

  • Samara cruise port

     Samara

    Samara (previously known as Kuybyshev) is a Volga River cruise port and Russia's 6th largest city by population (around 1,2 million, metro over 3 million). It is located on the river's east bank, at...

  • Kazan cruise port

     Kazan

    Kazan (Казан) is a Volga River cruise port, as well as the largest city and capital of Tatarstan (one of Russia's republics). By population (around 1,2 million) the city is ranked Russia's 8th...

  • Nizhny Novgorod cruise port

     Nizhny Novgorod

    Nizhny Novgorod (shortened Nizhny) is a Volga River cruise port and major city in Russia (Volga Federal District). Nizhny is located approx 400 km (250 ml) east of Russia's capital city Moscow. By...

  • Bolgar cruise port

     Bolgar

    Bolgar is a Volga River cruise port and town in Tatarstan (Russia). Here was the intermittently capital of Volga Bulgaria (8th-15th centuries), along with the capitals Bilyar and Nur-Suvar. The...

  • Kizhi Island cruise port

     Kizhi Island

    Kizhi Island is a Lake Onega cruise port in the Russian Republic Karelia, and is approx 68 km (42 ml) away from Karelia's capital city Petrozavodsk. The island is elongated (north to south), with...

  • Goritsy cruise port

     Goritsy

    Goritsy is a Volga River cruise port and village famous for the Goritsky Monastery of Resurrection (an orthodox female convent run by nuns). The convent is approx 15 km (9 ml) north of...

  • Mandrogi cruise port

     Mandrogi

    Upper Mandrogi is Svir River cruise port located on the river's left bank, and between Ladoga and Onega lakes. This picturesque village is one of the most beautiful places in Leningrad region...

  • Cheboksary cruise port

     Cheboksary

    Cheboksary is a Volga RIver cruise port and the capital city of Chuvashia (Russia). The city has population around 470,000 (Chuvashia's total population is around 1,25 million). The city is...

  • Kuzino cruise port

     Kuzino

    Kuzino is a Volga RIver (Dvina River) cruise port and village administratively assigned to Veliky Ustyug (Vologda Oblast, Russia). It is located on the right bank of Dvina River, at the confluence of...

  • Moscow cruise port

     Moscow

    Moscow is a Volga River cruise port, Russia's capital and largest city (population over 12,2 million, metro 17 million). Moscow City covers a total area of approx 2610 km 2 (970 ml2). By population...

  • Uglich cruise port

     Uglich

    Uglich is a Volga River cruise port in Yaroslavl Oblast, Russia. This historic town has population around 35,000 and covers a total area of 27 km2 (10 ml2). It is located approx 100 km (60...

  • Yaroslavl cruise port

     Yaroslavl

    Yaroslavl is a Volga RIver cruise port and city in Russia, located approx 250 km (160 ml) northeast of the country's capital Moscow. The city is at the confluence of Volga and Kotorosl rivers, and...