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Train tour/travel between Moscow, St Petersburg, then onto Finland.

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So, we've decided to head to Austria with the 'kids' (mid 20's) for Christmas. They will then head off on their own travels. Dh & I will have about 3 weeks to travel, we're thinking of heading to Moscow & St Petersburg as we have never been to this area. (Have travelled pretty extensively in Europe).

We will fly into and out of London (at this stage), fly to Munich, collect a car and have Christmas in Salzburg and maybe head to Vienna (missed previously). Then I imagine we would fly to Moscow. Just wondering about a train ride to St Petersburg? Scenic? Interesting? Then again a train to Finland and beyond (Ferry's too :-) ).

Any thoughts? We are normally very 'no real plans/independent travellers but imagine for this part of the world we would need to more 'organised'.

Love to hear your thoughts.
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