|Price PP||450 EUR|
|Participant||from 2 PAX|
|Guide||English and Russian speaking|
||18.– 25.April 2020
02.– 09.May 2020
30.May – 06.June 2020
20.– 27.June 2020
18.July – 25.July 2020
01.– 08.August 2020
15.– 22.August 2020
03.– 10.October 2020
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