Explore St. Petersburg the way you want with a private, full-day flexible tour. Customize your perfect itinerary in advance and relax with pre-arranged logistics and pre-booked skip-the-line tickets. Discover highlights like St. Isaac’s Cathedal and Church on the Spilled Blood, take a canal cruise, or devote time to the Hermitage, Catherine...Read more
Admire the outstanding masterpieces of the array of art in the Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg during a 3-hour private. 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. Experience the Hermitage, one of the world’s greatest art...Read more
This marvelous Russian-style church was built on the spot where Emperor Alexander II was assassinated. It claims to have more mosaics than any other church in the world. The tour continues in the Russian Museum - the world's largest museum of Russian...Read more
Enjoy a 3-hour group tour in of Catherine Palace without waiting in line. Enjoy the beauty of Catherine Palace with a professional guide, who will tell you the history of the palace, describe rooms as you walk through them, and tell you some Russian monarchy secrets.
All Russian monarchs lived, worked, greeted audiences, and held diplomatic...Read more
This museum chronicles the final battle for Konigsberg (Kaliningrad) in early 1945. The displays are informative and the visit is enhanced since the underground bunker itself played an important role in the...Read more
The museum is located on the territory of Monplaisir ensemble, it is a complex of buildings of ceremonial and domestic purposes, built at different times on the Eastern side of Monplaisir garden. The earliest construction related to Peter's time, is the Guest quarters or "the Quarters for the family", adjacent to the building of "Monplaisir". The...Read more
Peter & Paul Fortress or Petropavlovskaya Krepost in Saint Petersburg is located on Zayachy island and is the historical core of the city. It was laid on may 27, 1703, according to the plan of the engineer Joseph Lambert de Guerin from France with the drawings of Peter I. From this day, the history of St. Petersburg is counted.
The F.M.Dostoevsky Literary-Memorial Museum opened on November 12, 1971, in the house at 5/2 Kuznechny Lane. Dostoevsky had rented an apartment in this building twice, once for a very short time in 1846, and then from October 1878 until his death, on January 28, 1881. The beginning and end of his writing career turned out to be joined together in...Read more
In an apartment on Arts Square, Brodsky lived the last 15 years of his life. He created a museum of Russian art of the late XIX - early XX century, which presents the works of the most famous artists of this time. A memorial setting has been preserved, which allows visitors to immerse themselves in the era of the 1920-30s of Russia. Acquaintance...Read more
The exposition includes the world's only playing amber violin, a copy of the Amber room on a scale of 1: 20, gift Easter eggs in Russian traditions, objects of decorative and applied art and new directions - amber icons and three-dimensional portraits of prominent historical figures. The exhibition also presents an antique collection of Alexander...Read more
King's Gate is a historical building, which used to be an element of the old city’s defensive system in the XIX century. These days, the Gate serves for the Grand Embassy Historical and Cultural Centre.
It's a museum dedicated to the emergence and development of the fortified city, prominent people's visits, the Great Embassy of Peter I...Read more
The museum was opened on the centenary of the writer's birthday, when there was almost no item left in the house from the time of the Nabokovs. However, over the years, the museum has managed to assemble a significant memorial collection and a large scientific library, which is always open to visitors. Now the museum occupies the first floor of...Read more
The museum was established in the former German bunker in 1968. The main part of the exposition is dedicated to the storming of the fortified city of Königsberg by Soviet troops from April 6 to 9,...Read more
The museum is established instead of Konstantin Vasilyev art gallery, and it's a museum and a gallery at the same time now. The gallery collection has more than 90% of all Vasilyev's paintings. In the museum area, the artist's room and studio interior is...Read more
The Museum was established on the basis of the world's largest collection of works by the House of Fabergé. The items of greatest value in the collection are nine Easter eggs made by artisans employed by the House of Fabergé for the last two Russian emperors. They are all masterpieces of jewelry art and have unique historical value, as they are...Read more