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Immerse yourself in the many wonders of the Hermitage with a 3-hour private tour. The six-building St Petersburg complex is both one of the world's largest museums and houses the largest collection of paintings on the planet. Visit the works that most appeal to your preference. See paintings by Goya, Rembrandt and Monet, marvel at da Vinci's 15th-century Madonna and marvel at ornate rooms decorated in symbols of Russian Imperialism. Also, learned how this vast collection survived the atrocities of WWII.
While in Russia, make a trip over to St. Petersburg to see one of the world’s largest museums, the Hermitage with this private, 6-hour tour, including access to the UNESCO-listed Faberge Halls. The museum is home to over three million items, housed in six historic buildings, and your private guide can help you navigate the huge space to see what you’re interested in during one visit. Plus round-trip transport and lunch are included to help your day go smoothly.
Spend a day exploring St Petersburg's magnificent Hermitage and pay a private small-group visit to the museum's Diamond Room, renowned for its priceless gem collection. Enjoy over an hour within this renowned treasury in the company of a knowledgable art historian and curator. Marvel at jewels dating as far back as 3,000 BCE, see exquisite Fabergé works and learn about the Romanov's excessive wealth while discovering this unique collection. Afterward, tour the Hermitage's vast exhibition halls with an all-day admission ticket, taking in works by Rembrandt, Michelangelo and Van Gogh.
The Hermitage State Museum is one of the largest museums in the world and visiting on a small-group tour means you won’t miss any of the highlights. Avoid the crowd with skip-the-line entrance; enjoy a guided tour of the Faberge Halls, the Diamond Room, and the Gold Room; then spend the afternoon exploring the rest of the museums at your own pace.
Delve into the Hermitage vast offerings with all-day admission to this incredible museum, as well as exclusive entry into both its Diamond and Gold rooms in the company of an expert curator. This combination tour allows you an opportunity to view some of the museum's most prized possessions, including ancient Greek gold, sparkling jewels and gem-cut icons once belong to the imperial family. Afterward enjoy a guided tour through the greater Hermitage before branching out to see art works by Goya, Picasso, Michelangelo and da Vinci on your own.
Combine the essential sightseeing in St Petersburg with an evening concert of classical music in one of the Romanov’s palaces. During this private shore excursion, you will discover the main sights of the city and its suburbs, such as Peterhof and The Tsars' Village. Visit the Hermitage Museum, the picturesque churches of St Petersburg and take a sightseeing boat cruise along the rivers and canals. In the evening of the first day, you will attend a chamber concert of classical Russian music conducted by the talented musicians of St Petersburg Orchestra and the soloists of Mariinsky Theatre. This special cultural event held in a luxurious palace will not leave any guest indifferent.
If you’re short on time, this half-day tour of St. Petersburg is an ideal choice for first-time visitors. See a handful of landmarks including the Kazan Cathedral, the Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood, and the Hermitage Museum as you listen to commentary about the history of Russia. Admire the remnants of imperial Russia as you explore the city and learn more about the country’s architecture and art history.
When you’re in port in St Petersburg, immerse yourself in a world of Russian ballet with this private 6-hour theater and evening ballet performance shore excursion. With a private guide, enjoy a panoramic tour of St Petersburg’s famous theaters. Learn how the city saw the premieres of ballets such as ‘Swan Lake,’ and see the Hermitage Ballet, Mariinsky, Mikhailovsky and Alexandrinsky theaters as you discover their history. Afterward, be swept away by an evening performance of a great, classical ballet such as ‘Sleeping Beauty’ at any of the four theaters.