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Panoramic city tour

 

Walking tour along Nevsky prospect

 
Enjoy the magic atmosphere of Saint-Petersburg city and find out a lot of interesting facts about its history, culture and arts.  
 Our guide will accompany you during this wonderful walk around center of Saint-Petersburg. You will see the most famous sights of the city

  

 

  

Peter and Paul fortress

 

Famous Cathedrals of St. Petersburg

 

Peter and Paul FortressThe fortress was established by Peter the Great on May 16 (May 27 by the Gregorian Calendar) 1703 on small Hare Island by the north bank of the Neva River, the last upstream island of the Neva delta.

 
 St. Isaac's Cathedral is the largest cathedral in St. Petersburg (101.5 meters high) and the third largest domed cathedral in the world. For visitors willing to climb 300 steps, it provides a spectacular view of St. Petersburg.

 

 

 

 

The Hermitage and Winter Palace

 

The Yusupov Palace

 

The Hermitage is one of the largest and oldest museums of the world, it was founded in 1764 by Catherine the Great and open to the public since 1852.

   Five generations of Russia's elite aristocratic and respected dynasty, the Yusupovs, owned the palace between 1830 and 1917. The palace went down in Russian history as the place where the mysterious monk Grigory Rasputin was assassinated
   

 

Rivers and canals tour

 

The Draw Bridges night tour

The Lomonosova bridge  

Rivers and canals tourThe Neva River is an essential part of St. Petersburg's world-famous charm. St. Petersburg was built on the delta of the River Neva and is spread out over numerous islands of various sizes.

 
 During White Nights, many bridges on the Neva River raise between 1.30 a.m. and 5 a.m. to let big ships pass, and many people come to see this special show.

 

These tours are most popular among the visitors of St. Petersburg, Russia, as they include visits to the most famous venues of our splendid city.  If this is your first time in St. Petersburg, we recommend you to start with our Panoramic city tour to get familiar with the city and its beautiful landmarks. The city tour will be a good start of your Russian holiday. It does not include any visits but can be combined with tours to Peter and Paul Fortress and Cathedral on the Hare island where St. Petersburg was founded, to majestic St. Isaac’s Cathedral and beautiful Spilt Blood Cathedral with its mosaics. The next day you should dedicate to the Hermitage museum, the most famous and the largest museum of St. Petersburg, Russia. The collection of the Hermitage Museum is so extensive that even one week is not enough to see the main part of it. But don’t worry, our tour takes just 4 hours and you will be guided through the beautiful Winter Palace with its Gala rooms and Western European art collection of the Hermitage museum with its world-known masterpieces. After the tour you can decide whether to stay at the Hermitage to explore it on your own or to walk around the Palace square and the Palace embankment. If your stay in St. Petersburg is not so long, we recommend you to order a boat trip at the very same day and to enjoy the beauties of the city from the water. St. Petersburg is famous for its canals and rivers and even called the Northern Venice. So the rivers and canals tour is what must to be experienced when in St. Petersburg. The boat trip can be arranged at the night time as well, or our Draw bridges city tour can be ordered to enjoy the beauties of night St. Petersburg, its bridges and its famous white nights.  As for the Yusupov Palace, this tour is for Russian history lovers. The famous palace shows the lifestyle of rich Yusupov family. Its interiors are astonishing and can you imagine that the Yusupov Palace is just one of 57 palaces the Yusupov family owed? You will find out a lot of amazing facts about the Yusupov family and their Russian lifestyle. 

 
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