This private city tour will take you to see the most important attractions in St. Petersburg's city center, including the State Hermitage Museum (outside), the Admiralty and St. Isaac's Cathedral, Fine Arts Square, the Russian Museum, the magnificent Church of our Saviour on Spilled Blood, Field of Mars, Senate & Synod classical buildings and the Bronze Horseman. Visit the Church of the Spilled Blood, the site where Emperor Alexander II was assassinated. Visit the Peter and Paul Fortress and learn about the founding of the city. Admire the marvelous interior of St. Isaac's Cathedral. Drive along the banks of rivers and canals and see some of St. Petersburg's most romantic bridges. Upgrade your tour and include 1 hour on a public boat with open and covered areas so you may see what you didn't expect! True beauty of the city on the Neva river!
This private tour is designed to provide more knowledge about the poetry of Saint Petersburg by touring Dostoevsky Apartment as well as the Pushkin Apartment which are both currently museums. Learning more about Russian poetry will be made easy by entering both of these places. In the quest to widen your understanding of Russia’s poetic works and books, visiting these two apartments which are a part of St. Petersburg will spark off all the passion you need.
Visit Peter & Paul Fortress and St. Isaac Cathedral on this private tour. On the way to the museums your guide will introduce you to other objects of interest in St. Petersburg. The route may be customized slightly according to your preferences. This tour introduces the detailed history and construction of 2 of the most famous sights in St. Petersburg.
This tour will introduce you to three of the most famous Cathedrals of Saint Petersburg. On your way you will see plenty of other attractions too including amazing panoramas, monuments, historical buildings and the so called "St Petersburg golden triangle". This walking tour is around 3km in total, but if you need a break in the middle, why not stop and try some delicious and famous "pyshki". You also have an option to choose tour option with comfortable transportation included for your complete satisfaction.
This private tour of St. Petersburg at night will provide you with the unique experience of exploring many hidden locations within the city, and witness all of its beauty and revel in it's historical and architectural wonders. In 2 to 2.5-hours you will visit one of the most unique locations of St. Petersburg, along with your private guide, such as the Winter Palace, the Bronze Horseman, the Fine Arts Square and the Palace Square.Be amazed by the drawbridges of St. Petersburg and views of the sailing ships.
Admire the outstanding masterpieces of the array of art in the Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg during a 3-hour private and customizable tour. We will meet you in the hotel lobby then take you to the Hermitage and the tour will be over near the museum after you find out a lot of spectacular facts about the Hermitage. We also will have some compliments ready for you: free city maps, chocolate snacks, rain coats (in case of happening rain) and farewell gifts. On the tour your guide will show you fabulous interior, pointing out items of interest and sharing historical and artistic facts about the collection of the museum. You may choose your own route of follow our recommendations to have the brightest memories about the Hermitage.
On this tour you will discover the largest collection of Russian artwork in the world on this private walking tour through St. Petersburg's remarkable Russian Museum. Admire the museum's nearly 400,000 works of art, ranging from ancient artifacts to avant-garde masterpieces. After that you will visit the restored halls of the General Staff Building which is a part of the Hermitage Complex and now holds a new museum complex featuring '19th century paintings, Impressionism and Postmodernism art works from famous collections of S.I. Shchukin and I.A. Morozov, as well as collections of Russian and European decorative and applied arts.
Experience a private guided 5-hour tour to the Peterhof Palace in a comfortable private car. Be greeted in your centrally located hotel in St. Petersburg and be prepared to marvel at the beauty and surroundings of the Peterhof Palace. Often considered Russia's answer to the Palace of Versailles, the ornate palace complex is home to more than 140 fountains as well as extensive gardens and a collection of palatial buildings. Visit highlights like the Grand Cascade in the Lower Park, Grand Palace and one hidden place to learn all about the site's rich history.PLEASE NOTE: The fountains will not be working after the end of September
The Russian State Museum in St. Petersburg is the largest national museum in the world. It houses almost 400,000 works of art and covers the periods of ancient icons all the way up to the avant-garde. Visit the biggest museum of Russian art in Russia! The oldest painting of its collection dates back to the 11th century.
One of two surviving St. Petersburg mansions of the extremely rich Yusupov family, the Yusupov Palace on the Moika River, is well known as the scene of the death of Grigory Rasputin, and is one of only a few of privileged homes in the city to have held a large portion of its unique interiors.Explore St. Petersburg and the Yusupov Palace, and the mysteries that hide within. This mansion is an amazing and beautiful building, with glorious interiors with unique styles and designs.'Tour the beauty while uncovering events that took place in the palace which have attracted curious minds from all across the world.
On this tour you will get access to an awesome view from the rooftops of St. Petersburg - walking on roofs in the historical centre. An incredible and unique experience. You will have the opportunity to visit up to 2 rooftops during this tour or upgrade and choose to a have romantic lunch set up on the rooftops with a perfect view.
Get insider access to the world of the tsars and emperors. Discover architectural and historical wonders. Examine the development of the jeweler's craft through history, which goes as far back as the 3rd millennium BC. Explore the Hermitage Museum's Treasury Galleries with a personal private guide.