Volga River in Russia east of Moscow. Originall called Simbirsk, it was founded in 164">
Ulyanovsk (or Ulianovsk) is a city on the Volga River in Russia east of Moscow. Originall called Simbirsk, it was founded in 1648 but renamed in 1924 in honour of Vladimir Lenin (originally named Ulyanov), who was born here. In the summer of 1864 Simbirsk was severely damaged by fire so the sights are mainly from the 19th century including the houses where Lenin lived between 1870–1887 and the Holy Trinity Cathedral, constructed in a restrained Neoclassical style between 1827–1841.
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(lowest grade cabin
|Passage to Astrakhan
||St Petersburg/ Rostov-on-Don
||From £2495 to £3244