Whether you’ve signed up for the 1-hour tour or the 2-hour tour, meet your group and guide in the same place — the Segway office at Konnogvargeyvky Boulevard. The office is right next to St. Isaac’s Cathedral, so it’s hard to miss.
The 1-hour tour covers about 3 miles (5 km), while the 2-hour tour covers 6 miles (10 km) around St. Petersburg. Once everyone in your group has a helmet and is ready to go, follow your guide all over the city.
Some sights you’ll see on both tours include St. Isaac’s Cathedral, the Palace Bridge, and awesome views of the Neva River. Snap pictures of the famous Bronze Horseman, the statue of Peter the Great, before heading over to the city’s first stone building, Menshikov Palace.
If you’re on the 2-hour tour, there are some extra places you get to see that you won’t see on the 1-hour tour. Some of those include Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood, Kazan Cathedral, and the Grand Hotel Europe.
No matter which tour you’re on, it ends back at the Segway office by St. Isaac’s Cathedral.