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The easy going tour which introduces the city in the way to have fun and joy. Your top professional guide with perfect sense of humour will not leave you indifferent. The tour includes amazing - very beautiful The Faberge Museum, The Hermitage and other St-Petersburg sights. On the second day visit Catherine palace and Peterhof. Both residencies will be fantastic. Pleasant atmosphere, nice people around and reasonable prices are guaranteed.
Experience the best of St Petersburg and learn about the city’s incredible history on this full-day sightseeing tour. With an expert guide, admire the historical highlights of Russia’s most beautiful city, from the glorious Winter Palace and stately Nevsky Prospect to its graceful canals and bridges, the Peter and Paul Fortress, St Isaac’s Cathedral, and the Hermitage, all from the comfort of a minivan or car. Your tour includes hotel pickup, entry fees, and lunch.
Pavlovsk is one of the most romantic imperial residences around Saint-Petersburg. It was a gift from Catherine the Great to her son Paul I to celebrate the birth of his firstborn. Pavlovsk was a family summer residence of Paul I. The palace is designed in a classical style and surrounded by an English-style park with a total area of 1500 acres. The palace interiors are the best preserved in suburbs, there are a lot of original furniture and belongings.
This tour is private and you will have a guide and a driver accompanying you.
This two-day St. Petersburg shore excursion has been especially designed so that cruise ship passengers can make the most of a short time in the city. It’s hassle free, as you won’t need a visa. Spend two days visiting the highlights in and around the city, and learning about its long history and rich culture. This is an ideal tour for first-time visitors to St. Petersburg who don’t want to miss out on the best bits.
Enjoy St. Petersburg in winter and save money by purchasing White Days Package available only off-season. This 2-day package (only available in winter) includes a city tour with a visit to the Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood, a tour of the Hermitage Museum, and a visit to Catherine Palace in the suburban town of Pushkin—all with a private guide. Skip-the line admission is guaranteed.
Why Travelers Choose This Package:
We employ the best local guides. All of them are creative, intellectual, knowledgeable and artistic. They really know and love St. Petersburg and ready to share their knowledge and love with you.
See the history of St Petersburg through the intricate masterpieces of one of the most celebrated jewellers of old times. We invite you to marvel at the treasured personal belongings of the Romanovs royal family - Russian emperors enjoyed the bright and amazingly detailed creations of Karl Faberge and his apprentices, and spared no expences. Along with royal gifts you will also find here a collection of Russian icons, silverware, and other bejeweled unique objects to admire. Just choose an audioguide for your language and immerse in the atmosphere of royal wealth.
This is a 1 hour river boat tour with an audio guide. It is run regularly at a very affordable price. The tour starts at Moyka, 26. You will see the Hermitage, the Bronze Horseman Monument, well-known Egyptian sphinxes, the Peter and Paul Fortress, Palace and Troitsk bridges, the Summer garden, Chizhyk-Pyzhik, Anichkov Bridge, Church of the Savior on Blood and other numerous sights.
Each guest onboard is given an individual device - an audioplayer with earphones, the record on which is synchronized with the speed of a ship. Excursion is read by the professional guide, whose competent speech and pleasant voice are accompanied by light music.
You can choose the timing for the tour. Please don't be late, boats are run strictly upon the schedule.
Discover the world’s largest Faberge collection in peace and tranquility during a private 1-hour tour of the Faberge Museum in St Petersburg. Browse a glittering collection of more than 4,000 objects d’art created by Carl Faberge while listening to illuminating commentary from your expert guide. Gaze at nine imperial Faberge eggs created for Tsar Alexander III and his son and enjoy the convenience of round-trip transportation from your St Petersburg accommodation.
A shore excursion can sometimes feel like a hurried experience. Slow down and immerse yourself in the sights and culture of St. Petersburg on this two-day guided tour. Visit landmarks including the Hermitage and the Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood; get a taste of local life by visiting the food hall at Elisseeff Emporium, and explore the city's gardens.
Dip into one of the world’s greatest city's on this full-day tour of St. Petersburg. With a guide, stop at some of the city’s top landmarks such as the Winter Palace, St. Isaac's Cathedral, Peter and Paul Fortress, and the Church of the Savior on the Spilled Blood. View magnificent pieces of architecture as your guide explains their history.b Then, complete your experience with a 3-hour guided tour of the renowned Hermitage Museum.
Explore the heart of St Petersburg on a private 4-hour sightseeing tour, traveling by Mercedes to visit some its top attractions including Nevsky Prospect: a great stretch for people-watching. Learn how the city was first founded at Peter and Paul Fortress and how the onion-domed Church on Spilled Blood got its name. Discover why St Petersburg is called 'The Venice of the North' and drive by St Isaac's Cathedral, now a museum filled with stunning mosaics and paintings. Upgrade your trip with a leisurely, 1-hour canal cruise through the city center.
PRIVATE GUIDED TOUR
St.Petersburg is quite young, that is why its foundation history is still known well. It was founded by Peter the Great. Tsar-Reformer, Tsar-Carpenter, first Russian emperor — Peter the Great was as many-faced and mysterious as the city he ordered to build. Now you have a great opportunity to move 300 years ago and see who Peter the Great was and how he lived. During this tour, you will visit some significant places, which keep the memory of the Tsar.
Deep dive into places of Josef Brodsky, Fedor Dostoevsky, Vladimir Nabokov, Alexander Pushkin.
St. Petersburg is like a huge stone book, which pages were created by famous Russian poets and writers. Each period of time imposes its imprint on the perception and image of St. Petersburg. And this is reflected in the literature. In the streets of St. Petersburg, the lines and characters from the works of the greatest poets and writers are involuntarily recalled. The city has many monuments to writers and their heroes, houses marked by memorial plaques dedicated to writers and poets who have worked in the course of three centuries. If you are a huge fan of Russian literature, you will enjoy this tour to the fullest.
The Faberge Museum in St. Petersburg was opened recently - November 19, 2013 and became the first private museum, which displays the largest collection of Easter eggs by Carl Faberge, as well as a unique, one of the world's best collection of decorative and applied art. In addition, there are works by such renowned jewelry masters of Russia as Ignaty Sazikov and Pavel Ovchinnikov, Ivan Khlebnikov and Fyodor Rückert.
A unique collection is presented in a no less unique building - in the Shuvalov Palace. If you are in Petersburg, do not miss the chance to see this beauty with your own eyes.
Churches & Cathedrals Tour. Private guided tour in St.Petersburg, Russia.
Explore architectural heritage of St.Petersburg
St. Petersburg is quite a young city but at the same time, it always has been not only a cultural and political center of the country but also a religious one. In its lifetime, the city faced many difficult situations like floods, famine, wars, etc. However, saint patrons of St. Petersburg always protected people. This is the reason why different churches and cathedrals have appeared in all parts of the city since the very beginning of the 18th century. And of course, every religious construction here has a tremendous story behind. Moreover, every church can be considered as a peculiar masterpiece created by the best architects who had ever been working in St. Petersburg. During this tour, you will have an amazing opportunity to get closer to the most legendary churches and cathedrals of the city.
See the spectacular sights of St Petersburg from the water on a private 60-minute canal cruise. Sail at a leisurely pace past arresting landmarks like the Church on Spilled Blood, the Hermitage and the Peter and Paul Fortress. Receive an insightful overview of the resplendent Russian city from your knowledgeable private guide and absorb the tranquility of the waterways as you cruise. Enjoy the convenience of round-trip transportation from your St Petersburg hotel.
Duration time: 5 hours
What`s included: guide, driver with vehicle, entrances.
What will you see: During the city sightseeing tour you will visit the biggest cathedral in Russia (St.Isaac), a memorial church which was built in the place where Tsar Alexander II was assassinated (Savior on Split Blood) and one of the most famous historical cathedral, which is operating as a Russian Orthodox Church (Our Lady of Kazan).
This two-day tour of St. Petersburg has been especially designed so cruise ship passengers can make the most of their short stay on land. Visit several of the most beautiful and important must-see sights on this well-designed itinerary. Enjoy a balance of guided and free time in the city, at the enormous Hermitage Museum, the small town of Pushkin, and the grand Peterhof Palace. This tour is a convenient introduction to St. Petersburg.
The easy going tour which introduces the city in the way to have fun and joy. Your top professional guide with perfect sense of humour will not leave you indifferent. The tour includes amazing - very beautiful The Faberge Museum, The Hermitage and other St-Petersburg sights. On the second day visit Catherine palace and Peterhof. The third day has all the chances to become the most romantick day of your trip. Pleasant atmosphere, nice people around and reasonable prices are guaranteed.
Not many European cities might be proud of their attractions and sights as St. Petersburg. This is an open air museum with its palaces, gardens, embankments and bridges which are full of secrets and legends. The architecture of the city has been preserved since the time of the Russian Empire. The best way to get a closer insight into the city and its history is to walk up and down.
The Hermitage is the main art museum of St. Petersburg and the whole Russia. It is one of the most visited museums in the world with famous sculptures and paintings. Walking through the endless front rooms of different eras will give you a closer insight into the Russian history which is really immense. It will inspire you to come back here once again.
The architectural ensemble is included in the UNESCO World Heritage List.
Our guide will help you immerse yourself in the world of art in order to dig deeper into the history of the European masterpieces of painting.
The fortress was built as a protected building from the attack of the Swedes but throughout the history of the fortress, it did not participate in hostilities to defend itself from the enemy.
Besides the fortress, you will visit the cruiser Aurora, the legendary warship moored at the Petrograd embankment.
Among all the imperial residences, Peterhof is considered to be the most festive and amazing one.
In many countries it is called the Northern Versailles and there is a reason for that. The lower park is made in the French style. You will see the prevailing geometric layout of the alleys, unusual patterns of flower beds and lots of trees and shrubs. A large number of fountains decorating parks emphasize all the beauty of the sculpture and architecture of this place.
Going along the picturesque Old Peterhof Road with a personal guide, you will get a closer insight into the features and history of the emergence of Peterhof.
In four hours with your private guide you will drive through the entire central historical part of the Northern capital and will see a dozen of attractions including Nevsky Prospect, Palace Square, the cruiser Aurora, the Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood as well as the Peter and Paul Fortres and other symbols of the city. During the trip, you will get to know local legends and how Peter I founded the city on the shores of the Gulf of Finland