Tours in St Petersburg
The guided tour (with or without transfer) to the Mikhailovsky castle founded in 1797—1801 as a gala residence of the emperor Paul I.
Walking city tour of the center of St. Petersburg that gives an opportunity to get acquainted with the historical and architectural heritage of the city and see its main sights.
This guided tour (without transfer) takes you to the Peter the Great’s Museum of Anthropology and Ethnography, known as the Kunstkamera.
Excursion to the Alexander Nevsky monastery with visit to the ensemble of the Holy Trinity Alexander Nevsky Lavra (or Alexander Nevsky Orthodox male monastery) which was founded by order of Peter the Great at the end of Nevsky Prospekt.
Guided tour (without transfer) to St. Isaac's Cathedral (the Cathedral of St. Isaac of Dalmatia), one of the largest Orthodox church in St. Petersburg and one of the most impressive buildings in St. Petersburg.
Excursion to the Church of the Savior on Spilt Blood (without transfer) that was built on the spot of the assassination of the Emperor Alexander II.
Peter and Paul fortress is one of the main attractions of St. Petersburg, the most popular among tourists, since the fortress is the symbol of the city. Start of construction of the fortress is considered the day of Foundation of St. Petersburg.
This tour of the Hermitage will introduce you to the main rooms and expositions of the largest museum in Russia and one of the most famous museums in the world.
The guided tour by private car or bus to the Museum of Ethnography of the Peoples of Russia that used to be a part of the Russian Museum until 1934. The museum's rich collection stores exhibits that will introduce you to the cultural traditions and way of life of different people inhabiting Russia throughout its history.
The guided tour that can be interesting to those who are keen on Russian history and political development from the times of autocracy to “perestroika”
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