Copenhagen, Moscow & St. Petersburg, Air, 6 Nights, From $1,211
Stroll the historic streets of Copenhagen before exploring the Kremlin in Moscow and the Hermitage in St. Petersburg.
The Real Deal Airfare from New York City to Copenhagen, then from St. Petersburg to New York City on Delta Airlines; two nights in Copenhagen at the chic and modern Park Inn by Radisson; two nights in Moscow at Maxima Irbis—located just outside the city center; two nights in the heart of St. Petersburg at the Nevsky Central Hotel; all flights between cities; hotel taxes, fuel surcharges, and daily breakfast; from $1,211 per person—plus up to $258 in airport taxes and fees.
When Sample travel date is Nov. 18, 2011 ($1,211); other dates may vary slightly.
Gateways New York ($1,211); additional gateways also available.
The Fine Print Airport taxes and fees can cost up to an extra $258 per person. Based on double occupancy; the single supplement is from $566. Based on a November 18 departure date; rates for other dates may vary. Read these guidelines before booking any Real Deal.
Why It’s a Deal A recent Kayak search shows the lowest round-trip multicity airfare from New York City to Copenhagen and St. Petersburg starts from $819 in late November (Lufthansa). Add to that $188 per person including taxes for two nights at the Park Inn by Radisson, $123 per person including taxes for two nights at the Maxima Irbis, and $91 per person including taxes for two nights at the Nevsky Central Hotel, and you're already paying $1,221 for airfare and accommodations alone. For $10 less, this package gives you airfare, six nights' accommodations in three European cities, flights between them, daily breakfast, and all taxes and fees.
More Customize your package, and choose from 39 hotel options in Copenhagen, 12 hotel options in Moscow, and 15 hotel options in St. Petersburg; availability and prices may change depending on travel dates and hotel choices.
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