Pavlovsk is one of the most romantic imperial residences around Saint-Petersburg. It was a gift from Catherine the Great to her son Paul I to celebrate the birth of his firstborn. Pavlovsk was a family summer residence of Paul I. The palace is designed in a classical style and surrounded by an English-style park with a total area of 1500 acres....Read more
It seems that in our city you can walk for a very, very long time. You will have a professional guide telling fascinating stories about the facades of buildings, architectural styles and directions, and about those who lived in mansions and palaces, about historical eras and events.
Why not combine business with pleasure and go on a walking...Read more
Designed for those whose ship only docks in St. Petersburg for 1 day, First Impression Tour gives you an opportunity to see and visit the most recognizable sights of the city of rivers and canals. You will definitely be amazed by the splendor and history of Russia’s imperial...Read more
You`ll get aquainted with the place where the city started. The cradle of St. Petersburg, that witnessed sagnificant in order of importance historical events. You also may learn more about the last family of the Romanovs - family of Nicolas...Read more
This tour is for history lovers, truth seekers and those who want to find answers to the most controversial questions about revolutions in the Russian Empire. We’ll not only see all the main sights and symbols of that times that have strong connection to revolutions but together we’ll pass through centuries, tsars, we’ll see how different...Read more
This 3-hour sightseeing tour in St. Petersburg will give your the possibility to get a first acquaintance with the city and to get orientation to be able to move around St. Petersburg by yourself. During this tour you will see the main highlights, such as Nevsky Prospekt (the main street of the city), Spit of Vasilievsky island, St Isaac's Square,...Read more
The State Russian Museum (formerly the Russian Museum of His Imperial Majesty Alexander III) is one of the largest depository of Russian fine art in the world. Its collections contains painting, sculptures, work of applied art and covers a period from 10th century to the present day.
The museum was established on April 13th 1895, upon...Read more
Peterhof is perhaps St Petersburg's most famous and spectacular Imperial estate. The Grand Palace, filled with fascinating and elaborate interiors, sits on top of a high seashore ridge overlooking the vast Lower Park. Peter's personal Palace " Monplaisir", built in Dutch style,is located just near the sea.
Veliky Novgorod, also known as Novgorod the Great, or just Novgorod, is one of the most important historic cities in Russia, UNESCO recognised Novgorod as a World Heritage Site in 1992 . At its peak during the 14th century, the city was the capital of Novgorod Republic and one of Europe's largest cities and a major Baltics to Byzantium station on...Read more
Join a 4-hour tour of Dostoevsky's St. Petersburg. Your guide will meet you at your hotel and transfer you by car to a number of places that are connected with Dostoevsky in the city. Visit Haymarket Square, where all events in "Crime and Punishment" took place. Walk, speak of the 19th century and visit a museum of Dostoevsky as well.
Best of Saint Petersburg 3-hour walking tour leads you to the most iconic and well-known Saint Petersburg’s attractions, from the Nevsky Prospect, to the Cathedral of Savior on Spilled Blood.Enjoy visiting the most beloved city by Pushkin, Dostoevsky and Chajkovsky with a professional tour guide.The route includes all the best of St....Read more
This full-day tour offers an unforgettable introduction to St Petersburg history. It will be interesting as for first time travelers and experienced visitors of this marvelous city. The tour includes a very popular canal and Neva River trip and inside visits of the most renowned sights of St Petersburg: the Hermitage Museum including the Winter...Read more
This relaxed and enjoable small group tour is included into the list of must do tours of St Petersburg. It gives the best presentation of St Petersburg and its suburbs. The tour includes very popular canal and Neva cruise. During the tour you will visit the most renown sights of St Petersburg and its suburbs: the Hermitage Museum including...Read more
Mini-group (max 6 people) 5-hour overview tour to Catherine Palace and gardens in Pushkin formerly called Tzarskoe Selo.
You will be picked up from the lobby of your hotel (only for central located hotels) between 9 am and 9.30 am. The exact meeting time will be given to you 2 days ahead of the tour. On the way to Pushkin (about 1 hour)...Read more
In the end of 19th and the beginning of 20th centuries St. Petersburg not only became the center of Jewish life in Russia but obtained an international significance as well. Our city is famous worldwide for its inimitable historical, architecture monuments and cultural heritage, which is inseparably connected with the achievements of Jewish...Read more
Tour the world-renowned Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg with a 3-hour guided visit. Walk the reception halls of the Winter Palace, and tour the art gallery to behold the great masterpieces of Western European art. Then explore the rest at...Read more
Experience the best of St Petersburg and learn about the city’s incredible history on this 3-hour sightseeing tour. With an expert guide, admire the historical highlights of Russia’s most beautiful city, from the glorious Winter Palace and stately Nevsky Prospect to its graceful canals and bridges, all from the comfort of a minivan or car....Read more
Take a half-day tour of Peterhof, St Petersburg’s most prominent and elaborate Imperial estate. In a group you’ll explore the Lower Park, Grand Palace and Upper Garden, each of which are extravagant in their own...Read more