Night Flight Tournament Package

Night Flight Tournament Package

Take a truly unique opportunity to participate on a Night Flight Golf Day 2010. The golf day begins with a delightful breakfast served at Night Flight restaurant, continues with challenging golf tournament at Moscow Country Club and ends up with a cool prize giving party which usually finishes with the sunrise.

Book a golf package of your choice with us for a minimum of 6 nights (September 3d shell be included) and receive a FREE invitation to participate on a Night Flight Golf Day 2010. Please be aware that there only 4 (FOUR) vacant places available thus the first come first!

Picasso in Moscow


We have SPECIAL OFFERS available to golf professionals wanting to take a group of pupil to play and practice here in Russia. Some of the courses have very reasonable training facilities, so it will be possible to teach properly. Should you be interested please send us your enquiry to ggru@gogolfrussia.com, Subject row should state "pro enquiry". Please do not forget to identify yourself.  
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Russia’s capital Moscow is one of the greatest European cultural centres with its museums, galleries and architectural benchmarks. All these priceless attractions are both very close to the centre, and astonishingly good value for entrance tickets.

Visit The Kremlin with its famous Armoury Chamber that preserves one of the world’s best collections of precious items dating back from 5,000 BC to the present day. Enjoy priceless masterpieces from ancient Russian icons of Andrey Rublev to paintings by Matisse, Monet and Picasso at the Pushkin Museum of Fine Art.

Russian art is one of the great hidden gems, absurdly under- appreciated in the west. The two Tretyakov Art Galleries, housing the best of Russian art up to 1900 and the C 20th respectively, are among the world’s greatest collections. For those with a more eclectic taste, the Mayakovsky museum and the four galleries of the Moscow Museum of Modern art are must-sees. Even teenagers beg to stay longer in these inspiring places. The Russian revolution was one of the most momentous events of the modern age, and its spirit and details are vividly recounted in the essential Museum of the Twentieth Century, housed in the former English Club, on Tverskaya.

But surpassing all of these, Moscow’s real gift to the world is the Metro system itself. Not only the world’s most popular underground railway, it is architecturally the finest two, and all for amazingly low prices. Among the ‘peoples’ palaces to be discovered are the stations at Mayakovsky, Ploshchad Revolutsy, Novoslobodskaya and Komsomolskaya.

You can also choose to visit St. Peterburg, the former capital of the Russian Empire, with its gorgeous Hermitage and breathtaking Russian Tsars’ palaces of Peterhof and Pushkin City. If this is your taste, please mention this in your enquiry form and we will organize it for you.

Moscow Kremlin

The history of thе Moscow Kremlin goes back to olden times. The first written record of Moscow dates back to 1147, to the reign of Great PrinceYuri of Kiev, Vladimir Monomakh's son. He was nicknamed "Dolgoruky" (Long-armed), iof .e., one reaching out for other principalities, for his unification policy. Since time immemorial the Moscow Kremlin has been the centre of Russian statehood, the residence of Russian tsars and hierarchs of the Russian Orthodox Church.


Tretiakov Gallery of Russian Fine Art

The State Tretyakov Gallery is the national treasury of Russian fine art and one of the greatest museums in the world. It is located in one of the oldest directs of Moscow – Zamoskvorechye, not far from the Kremlin.

The Gallery's collection consists entirely of Russian art and artists who have made а contribution to the history of Russian art or been closely connected with it. The collection contains more than 150 000 works of painting, sculpture and graphics, created throughout the centuries by successive generations of Russian artists.


Pushkin Museum of Fine Art

The solemn ceremony of stone laying of the Museum took place on August 17, 1898 in the presence of the Emperor Nikolas II and members of the royal family. The Museum was opened on May 31, 1912 as a Museum of Fine Arts named after Emperor Alexander III under the University of Moscow. At present the collection of the Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts constitutes more then 500.000 works of art — paintings and sculptures, graphic art, decorative art, archaeological monuments and numismatic items, photography.


Moscow Museum of Contemporary Art

Moscow Museum of Modern Art is the first state museum in Russia that concentrates its activities exclusively on the art of the 20th and 21st centuries. Since its inauguration, the Museum has expanded its strategies and achieved a high level of public acknowledgement. Today the Museum is an energetic institution that plays an important part on the Moscow art scene.


Hermitage, St.Peterburg

The collection of the State Hermitage includes more than three million works of art and artefacts of the world culture. Among them are paintings, graphic works, sculptures and works of applied art, archaeological finds and numismatic material. The main architectural ensemble of the Hermitage situated in the centre of St Petersburg consists of the Winter Palace, the former state residence of the Russian emperors, the buildings of the Small, Old (Great) and New Hermitages, the Hermitage Theatre and the Auxiliary House.


Ekaterine II Palace, Pushkin City

The amber room is probably the most famous room in Catherine Palace, and it was used as a study. King Frederick William of Prussia gave Peter the Great the original inlaid amber panels after Peter admired them in a room in Frederick's palace. The 16-foot jigsaw-looking panels were constructed of over 100,000 perfectly fitted pieces of amber.



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