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Welcome to St. Petersburg, Russia!
The Petersburg Voyage travel agency welcomes you in St. Petersburg, Russia! Our tour company offers you various Private and Group Package Tours and Excursions in St. Petersburg and its outskirts. Any personal sightseeing program with the desired schedule, duration, and places of interest to visit can be worked out for you; or you can choose one of our Typical Programs, among which you will surely find the tours you are searching for! You will see all the main Saint-Petersburg sights and attractions with our Tour Packages (Shore Excursions for Cruise Passengers available).
You will be guided by the best professionals in St. Petersburg, Russia - we work only with the best city guides. Greatly experienced, polite, and knowledgeable, they never leave tourists unsatisfied!
Why tour with us:
- No hidden fees and extra costs
- Any urgency possible with no extra fee - we will do our best to arrange a tour if you want it tomorrow!
- Prearranged Entrances, no queues
- Best proficient tour guides in St. Petersburg, Russia
- Any language of your choice: English, Spanish, French, German, Italian etc.
- Air-conditioned comfortable vehicles with professional polite drivers
- Quick and friendly request handling - we reply to your emails promptly
- Low prices and year-round discounts
- The widest variety of St. Petersburg Tours and Excursions
- The unique chance to compose your own "off the beaten path" program
- 24 / 7 customer service
Some facts about Saint-Petersburg, Russia
Located at the head of the Gulf of Finland on the Baltic Sea, Saint-Petersburg, Russia directly borders countries of the European Union. Among the European cities, our city is the third in terms of population after London and Moscow.
The Northern Capital of Russia had seen many dramatic events over its three-century history. Founded in 1703 by the first Russian Emperor Peter the Great, it is described as the Venice of the North for its multiple rivers and canals; and for its classic European architecture. The city luckily escaped destruction during the World War II. It was besieged by the german army. Being almost surrounded, starving, suffering the epidemies, Saint-Petersburg endured almost 3 years of the siege. Should the city fell, it would had been razed by the direct Adolf Hitler's order.
Besides St. Petersburg, city's names were Petrograd (1914-1924) and Leningrad (1924-1991). Today the city is a major trade gateway, financial and industrial centre of the Russian Federation. It is one of the most actively developing regions of Russia and it has a truly enormous investment potential. In 2009, foreign direct investment to the city came to 5.5 billion USD. A large number of foreign consulates, international corporations, banks and other businesses are located here.
Russian Northern Capital is also the place where more than 150 exhibitions are conducted each year, 100 of which are at international levels. It is often described as the most Western city of Russia. The Historic city Centre and Related Groups of Monuments constitute a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Three large cargo seaports maintain the sea communications: Bolshoi Port, Kronstadt, and Lomonosov. International cruise liners have been served at the passenger port at Morskoy Vokzal on the south-west of Vasilevsky Island.
St. Petersburg Travel
Nowdays St. Petersburg is an undisputable Cultural and Touristic capital of Russia. Every year it attracts a great deal of tourists; in 2011 Saint-Petersburg was visited by 5.5 millions of tourists, which is more than the city population (5 millions). And this is not without reason: St. Petersburg truly is a brilliant amongst the European capitals and Great Cities. That is why St. Petersburg, Russia Tours are very popular - the magnificence of the Russian Northern Capital is best served with its history and best enjoyed with the comfort of a private tour. Shore Tours and Excursions for cruise passengers are also very popular, as by the city law cruise passengers do not need a valid Russian Visa as long as they use services of a local Licensed Tour Operator.
The common St. Petersburg travel season is from may to september: the weather is good and warm, there's a lot of sunlight, and all parks, gardens, and alleys of the city and its magnificent suburbs are splendid in their flourishing. Peterhof, Pushkin, Pavlovsk, and Gatchina are crowded with tourists these times. But do not hesitate to travel to St. Petersburg in winter! The city is completely different, covered by the white snow blankets, charming with the frozen rivers and canals. There is a special romantic atmosphere of a Russian Winter in it. And you can have the experience one can never have in summer: have a famous Troika ride (a Russian national sledge, harnessed by three horses); try some national Russian delicacies, which are best enjoyed after walking in the cool winter or spring air - caviar or butter&honey pancakes, borsch, Russian pies, and many others; enjoy skiing or skating in the beautiful parks of St. Petersburg. Some years a skating-rink is open at the Palace Square itself!