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Saint-Petersburg`s excursions

St. Petersburg Sightseeing tour

Discover St. Petersburg’s iconic highlights on this 3-hour tour with our professional guide. You will travel around the city in a comfortable air-conditioned vehicle, making photo stops by major attractions, including the Peter and Paul Fortress, Palace Square, St. Isaac’s Cathedral and the Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood. Enjoy the sweeping views that open from the Spit of Vasilievsky Island, and see the Winter Palace, Nevsky Prospect, and other world-renowned sights, as your guide recounts the bewildering events that shaped Russia’s history and culture.

St. Petersburg Sightseeing tour with a visit to the State Hermitage museum
Discover St. Petersburg’s iconic highlights on this 3-hour tour with our professional guide – by foot or in comfortable vehicle on your choice. You will travel around the city center making photo stops by major attractions, including the Peter and Paul Fortress, Palace Square, St. Isaac’s Cathedral and the Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood. Enjoy the sweeping views that open from the Spit of Vasilievsky Island, and see the Winter Palace, Nevsky Prospect, and other world-renowned sights, as your guide recounts the bewildering events that shaped Russia’s history and culture.
Visit the State Hermitage, one of the largest museums in the world that houses an outstanding collection of three million objects of Western European, Oriental, Ancient Roman, Greek, and Egyptian art.
St-Petersburg:  the State Hermitage museum with the Gold Room or the Diamond Room (transfer not included)
Visit the State Hermitage, one of the largest museums in the world that houses an outstanding collection of three million objects of Western European, Oriental, Ancient Roman, Greek, and Egyptian art.
The Treasure Gallery is part of its main exposition that presents a magnificent collection of jewellery art pieces based on the collection that belonged to the Russian Imperial family. During the tour you will either visit the Gold Room, or the Diamond Room.
The Gold Room features works by ancient Greek masters, pieces of Scythian gold, jewellery art pieces from
Oriental countries (India, Iran, and China), as well as superb examples of Eastern ceremonial weapons.
The Diamond Room displays ancient gold objects discovered during excavations of Scythian barrow mounds; Western European and Russian goldsmiths’ masterpieces; the jewellery that belonged to members of the Romanov Imperial family as well as from St. Petersburg’s private collections; monuments of ecclesiastical art; diplomatic gifts to the Russian Imperial Court; creations by Fabergé.
St-Petersburg:  the State Hermitage museum with the Gold Room and the Diamond Room (transfer not included)
Visit the State Hermitage, one of the largest museums in the world that houses an outstanding collection of three million objects of Western European, Oriental, Ancient Roman, Greek, and Egyptian art.
The Treasure Gallery is part of its main exposition that presents a magnificent collection of jewellery art pieces based on the collection that belonged to the Russian Imperial family. During the tour you will visit the Gold Room and the Diamond Room.
The Gold Room features works by ancient Greek masters, pieces of Scythian gold, jewellery art pieces from
Oriental countries (India, Iran, and China), as well as superb examples of Eastern ceremonial weapons.
The Diamond Room displays ancient gold objects discovered during excavations of Scythian barrow mounds; Western European and Russian goldsmiths’ masterpieces; the jewellery that belonged to members of the Romanov Imperial family as well as from St. Petersburg’s private collections; monuments of ecclesiastical art; diplomatic gifts to the Russian Imperial Court; creations by Fabergé.
St-Petersburg the Sightseeing tour with the visit to the Peter and Paul Fortress and the Peter and Paul Cathedral
Discover St. Petersburg’s iconic highlights on this 3-hour tour with our professional guide – by foot or in comfortable vehicle on your choice. You will travel around the city center making photo stops by major attractions, including the Peter and Paul Fortress, Palace Square, St. Isaac’s Cathedral and the Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood. Enjoy the sweeping views that open from the Spit of Vasilievsky Island, and see the Winter Palace, Nevsky Prospect, and other world-renowned sights, as your guide recounts the bewildering events that shaped Russia’s history and culture.No visit to St. Petersburg is complete without spending a few hours at the site where the city was born – the Peter and Paul Fortress. This is the original citadel of the city, built on Hare Island near the northern bank of the Neva River between 1706 and 1740. The Peter and Paul Fortress was originally designed to protect Russia’s new capital from a possible Swedish attack, but it never really got to serve that purpose. Instead, it soon became a prison for high-profile political prisoners, starting with Alexey, the son of Peter I the Great. In 1872, a new prison within the walls of the Trubetskoy Bastion was built and over the next forty years, it held thousands of prisoners who were considered enemies of the State.
Enjoy its cathedral’s lavish interiors, home to the tombs of Peter the Great, Nicholas II and other rulers of the Russian Empire.
St. Petersburg Sightseeing tour with a visit to St. Isaac’s Cathedral or the Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood
Discover St. Petersburg’s iconic highlights on this 3-hour tour with our professional guide. You will travel around the city in a comfortable air-conditioned vehicle, making photo stops by major attractions, including the Peter and Paul Fortress, Palace Square, St. Isaac’s Cathedral and the Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood. Enjoy the sweeping views that open from the Spit of Vasilievsky Island, and see the Winter Palace, Nevsky Prospect, and other world-renowned sights, as your guide recounts the bewildering events that shaped Russia’s history and culture.
Visit one the most famous sights in St. Petersburg: St. Isaac’s Cathedral or the Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood.

With its gigantic golden dome coated with over 220 pounds of gold and an impressive red granite portico, St. Isaac’s Cathedral looks more like a palace than a cathedral, and it’s no surprise that this eye-catching masterpiece is among St. Petersburg’s most visited attractions. Commissioned by Tsar Alexander I in 1818 to mark the defeat of Napoleon, the magnificent cathedral took over 40 years to build and still ranks among the largest domed cathedrals in the world, with the capacity for up to 14,000 worshippers. Set on the banks of the Neva River, the cathedral’s extravagant design was the work of French architect Auguste de Montferrand, blending Renaissance, Baroque and Neoclassical elements. The cathedral interiors are lavish, featuring grand bronze doors and a colonnaded iconostasis adorned with semiprecious gems.
Then we will head for the Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood, known for its onion-shaped domes. Pose for photos here and marvel at the opulent interior as your guide explains how the church stands where Tsar Alexander II was assassinated in 1881.
Possibly the most iconic sight in St. Petersburg after the Hermitage Museum, the Church of the Saviour on Spilled Blood stands out with its multicolored façade and onion-shaped domes. Sometimes called the Church of the Resurrection of Christ or the Resurrection Church, it was built near the Griboyedov Canal where Tsar Alexander II was assassinated in 1881. Completed in 1907, the church’s design was inspired by traditional Russian styles, as well as St. Basil’s Cathedral in Moscow and the Vladimir Cathedral in Kiev. The interior, designed by some of the most prominent Russian artists at the time, features more than 7500 square feet of mosaic tiles covering the walls and ceilings.
St-Petersburg sightseeing tour with the visit to the St. Isaac’s Cathedral and the Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood
Discover St. Petersburg’s iconic highlights on this 3-hour tour with our professional guide – by foot or in comfortable vehicle on your choice. You will travel around the city center making photo stops by major attractions, including the Peter and Paul Fortress and Palace Square.Enjoy the sweeping views that open from the Spit of Vasilievsky Island, and see the Winter Palace, Nevsky Prospect, and other world-renowned sights, as your guide recounts the bewildering events that shaped Russia’s history and culture.
Visit one the most well-known sights in St. Petersburg: St. Isaac’s Cathedral and the Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood.
With its gigantic golden dome coated with over 220 pounds of gold and an impressive red granite portico, St. Isaac’s Cathedral looks more like a palace than a cathedral, and it’s no surprise that the eye-catching masterpiece is among St. Petersburg’s most visited attractions. Commissioned by Tsar Alexander I in 1818 to mark the defeat of Napoleon, the magnificent cathedral took over 40 years to build and still ranks among the largest domed cathedrals in the world, with the capacity for up to 14,000 worshippers. Set on the banks of the Neva River, the cathedral’s extravagant design was the work of French architect Auguste de Montferrand, blending Renaissance, Baroque and Neoclassical elements. The cathedral interiors are equally lavish, featuring painstakingly sculpted reliefs, grand bronze doors and a colonnaded iconostasis adorned with semiprecious gems.
Then we will head for the Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood, known for its onion-shaped domes. Pose for photos here and marvel at the opulent interior as your guide explains how the church stands where Tsar Alexander II was assassinated in 1881.
Probably the most iconic sight in St. Petersburg after the Hermitage Museum, the Church of the Saviour on Spilled Blood stands out with its multicolored façade and onion-shaped domes. Sometimes called the Church of the Resurrection of Christ or the Resurrection Church, it was built near the Griboyedov Canal where Tsar Alexander II was assassinated in 1881. Completed in 1907, the church’s design was inspired by traditional Russian styles, as well as St. Basil’s Cathedral in Moscow and the Vladimir Cathedral in Kiev. The interior, designed by some of the most prominent Russian artists at the time, features more than 7500 square feet of mosaic tiles covering the walls and ceilings.
St-Petersburg guided tour to the Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood + river and canal cruise
Visit one the most well-known sights in St. Petersburg the Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood and enjoy the amazing cruise along the Neva River and numerous canals.
St. Petersburg has more than a hundred canals and its waters can open you the most magnificent views of the city. Choosing this private cruise, set sail on-board a small boat with a private guide and up to 8 of your friends or family members. Cruise along the Fontanka River, past the Neva and Moika embankments; spot landmarks such as the Summer Garden and Mikhailovsky Palace; and admire the views from the indoor and outdoor seating areas.
Probably the most iconic sight in St. Petersburg after the Hermitage Museum, the Church of the Saviour on Spilled Blood stands out with its multicolored façade and onion-shaped domes. Sometimes called the Church of the Resurrection of Christ or the Resurrection Church, it was built near the Griboyedov Canal where Tsar Alexander II was assassinated in 1881. Completed in 1907, the church’s design was inspired by traditional Russian styles, as well as St. Basil’s Cathedral in Moscow and the Vladimir Cathedral in Kiev. The interior, designed by some of the most prominent Russian artists at the time, features more than 7500 square feet of mosaic tiles covering the walls and ceilings.
St-Petersburg Guided tour to the Imperial Porcelain factory with master-class
Optionally the sightseeing tour can be organised. St. Petersburg’s iconic highlights on walking 3-hour tour with our professional guide. You will travel around the city center making photo stops by major attractions, including the Peter and Paul Fortress, Palace Square, St. Isaac’s Cathedral and the Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood. Enjoy the sweeping views that open from the Spit of Vasilievsky Island, and see the Winter Palace, Nevsky Prospect, and other world-renowned sights, as your guide recounts the bewildering events that shaped Russia’s history and culture.
During this tour you will get an exclusive opportunity to visit the oldest porcelain factory of Saint-Petersburg where Michael Lomonosov created his famous mosaic and chemist Dmitry Vinogradov developed industrial production of the highest-class Russian porcelain. Master-class on making your own porcelain masterpiece. The Imperial Porcelain factory has collection that consists of more than 30,000 items including porcelain, glass, drawings, photographs and rare publications. The exhibition shows the stages of development of the first national porcelain factory, founded in 1744 as Imperial Porcelain Factory, and the history of Russian porcelain.
St-Petersburg River and canal cruise
Long upheld as the lifeline of the city, the Neva River runs straight through the heart of St Petersburg, with its many tributaries and canal ways crisscrossing the city center. For visitors to St. Petersburg, following the path of the Neva River makes a popular route for walking tours and sightseeing cruises, with many of the city’s top attractions lining its banks. The grand façades of the Anichkov Palace, the Winter Palace and the Mariinsky Theatre, the Classicist buildings of New Holland Island, the historic Peter and Paul Fortress and the lush Summer Gardens all face onto the waterfront, punctuated by iconic drawbridges like the Peter the Great Bridge and the Palace Bridge.
St. Petersburg has more than a hundred canals and its  waters can open you the most magnificent views of the city. Choosing this private cruise, set sail on-board a small boat with a private guide and up to 8 of your friends or family members. Cruise along the Fontanka River, past the Neva and Moika embankments; spot landmarks such as the Summer Garden and Mikhailovsky Palace; and admire the views from the indoor and outdoor seating areas.
St-Petersburg Sightseeing tour with river and canal cruise (folklore and buffet included)
Enjoy this magnificent canal cruise and the best views of St Petersburg  with Folk Show and buffet.
Long upheld as the lifeline of the city, the Neva River runs straight through the heart of St Petersburg, with its many tributaries and canal ways crisscrossing the city center. For visitors to St. Petersburg, following the path of the Neva River makes a popular route for walking tours and sightseeing cruises, with many of the city’s top attractions lining its banks. The grand façades of the Anichkov Palace, the Winter Palace and the Mariinsky Theatre, the Classicist buildings of New Holland Island, the historic Peter and Paul Fortress and the lush Summer Gardens all face onto the waterfront, punctuated by iconic drawbridges like the Peter the Great Bridge and the Palace Bridge.
St. Petersburg has more than a hundred canalsand its  waters can open you the most magnificent views of the city. Choosing this private cruise, set sail on-board a small boat with a private guide and up to 8 of your friends or family members. Cruise along the Fontanka River, past the Neva and Moika embankments; spot landmarks such as the Summer Garden and Mikhailovsky Palace; and admire the views from the indoor and outdoor seating areas.
St-Petersburg  Folk Show “Feel Yourself Russian” in Nicolaevsky Palace

Witness the colorful energy and vibrant charm of our Russian folk show ‘Feel Yourself Russian’, an enchanting performance at Nikolayevsky Palace in St. Petersburg.  Enjoy vocal quartets and dramatic dances of the show and taste the traditional Russian snacks during the intermission (for an additional charge).

St-Petersburg  Sightseeing tour with a visit to the Folk Show “Feel Yourself Russian” at Nicolaevsky Palace
Discover St. Petersburg’s iconic highlights on walking 3-hour tour with our professional guide. You will travel around the city center making photo stops by major attractions, including the Peter and Paul Fortress, Palace Square, St. Isaac’s Cathedral and the Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood. Enjoy the sweeping views that open from the Spit of Vasilievsky Island, and see the Winter Palace, Nevsky Prospect, and other world-renowned sights, as your guide recounts the bewildering events that shaped Russia’s history and culture.
Witness the colorful energy and vibrant charm of our Russian folk show ‘Feel Yourself Russian’, an enchanting performance at Nikolayevsky Palace in St. Petersburg.  Enjoy vocal quartets and dramatic dances of the show and taste the traditional Russian snacks during the intermission (for an additional charge).
St-Petersburg Night sightseeing Tour

Night St. Petersburg is very different  from what it is during the daylight. We suggest that you use every minute of your St. Petersburg  stay to the full and see how beautiful can our city be at night. This unique St. Petersburg night sightseeing tour will multiply your impressions of the city. You will be able to enjoy the sail and make superb after-dark photos. Night-time tour of St. Petersburg will surely be the highlight of your visit.

St-Petersburg Night sightseeing Tour with River Cruise under the raising Draw Bridges
Experience the most romantic boat trip and see how the bridges are raised on the Neva River at night. Enjoy the most amazing  views of the city along  the beautiful route.
It is possible to chose among the different admire cruises: evening Juzz river cruises with or without dinner, night river cruises under the raising Draw Bridges – also includind dinner or not. Anyway it is the fantastic experience. Long upheld as the lifeline of the city, the Neva River runs straight through the heart of St Petersburg, with its many tributaries and canal ways crisscrossing the city center. For visitors to St. Petersburg, following the path of the Neva River makes a popular route for walking tours and sightseeing cruises, with many of the city’s top attractions lining its banks. The grand façades of the Anichkov Palace, the Winter Palace and the Mariinsky Theatre, the Classicist buildings of New Holland Island, the historic Peter and Paul Fortress and the lush Summer Gardens all face onto the waterfront, punctuated by iconic drawbridges like the Peter the Great Bridge and the Palace Bridge.
We suggest that you use every minute of your St. Petersburg  stay to the full and see how beautiful can our city be at night. This unique St. Petersburg night sightseeing tour will multiply your impressions of the city. You will be able to enjoy the sail and make superb after-dark photos. Night-time tour of St. Petersburg will surely be the highlight of your visit.
You can buy only cruise without the sightseeing tour.
St-Petersburg Guided tour to the Peterhof with a visit to the Lower Garden
he Peterhof Palace, a magnificent complex of palaces and gardens stretching along the St. Petersburg seafront, is called the Russian Versailles. Fronted by the opulent Grand Palace and displaying a rich variety of architectural styles, this UNESCO World Heritage Site—known officially as the Peterhof State Museum-Reserve (Muzeya-Zapovednika Peterhof)—is one of the city’s most visited attractions.
Peterhof or “Peter’s yard” is considered the fountain capital of the world and, in the eyes of any visitor, is an absolute gem of environs of St. Petersburg. It consists of 64 fountains, 255 sculptures not to mention the Grand Palace, and other historical palaces  such as Monplaisir and Marly, as well as the pavilion known as Hermitage.
In the Upper garden you will find the Fountain of Neptune, cast in lead with a majestic portrait of Neptune on a pedestal as well as horses and dolphins.
Visiting the Lower park with its huge 102 ha territory you will see the famous Monplaisir Palace located in the eastern part of the park, which was considered one of the favorite places of Peter the Great.
St-Petersburg Guided tour to the Peterhof with a visit to the Lower Garden and the Grand Palace
The Peterhof Palace, a magnificent complex of palaces and gardens stretching along the St. Petersburg seafront, is called the Russian Versailles. Fronted by the opulent Grand Palace and displaying a rich variety of architectural styles, this UNESCO World Heritage Site—known officially as the Peterhof State Museum-Reserve (Muzeya-Zapovednika Peterhof)—is one of the city’s most visited attractions.
Peterhof or “Peter’s yard” is considered the fountain capital of the world and, in the eyes of any visitor, is an absolute gem of environs of St. Petersburg. It consists of 64 fountains, 255 sculptures not to mention the Grand Palace, and other historical palaces  such as Monplaisir and Marly, as well as the pavilion known as Hermitage.
Once a formal garden built by Peter the Great, these palace grounds are home to Peter’s Summer Palace – a simply designed two-story building display many of the ruler’s own artifacts. The magnificent imperial gardens still contain more than 80 of the original marble statues and sculptures. “Having stretched its wings” over the aquatic extravaganza of the Great cascade, it unites and forms a harmonic complex of alleys, architectural constructions and fountains.
St-Petersburg Guided tour to the Peterhof with visit to the Grand Palace and to the Tsarsko Selo with Catherin Palace
This tour unites two jewels among the St Petersburg sites: the former summer Russian tsar’s residences, Peterhof and Tsarsko Selo.
The Peterhof Palace, a magnificent complex of palaces and gardens stretching along the St. Petersburg seafront, is called the Russian Versailles. Fronted by the opulent Grand Palace and displaying a rich variety of architectural styles, this UNESCO World Heritage Site—known officially as the Peterhof State Museum-Reserve (Muzeya-Zapovednika Peterhof)—is one of the city’s most visited attractions. From may till october you will see the amazin Lower Garden with its’ famous fountains.
Once the summer residence of the Russian tsars and now a museum, the Catherine Palace in Tsarsko Selo was named after Catherine I, who had it built in 1717. The structure was later rebuilt into an elaborately decorated Rococo-style palace in 1756 by Bartolomeo Rastrelli under the direction of Empress Elizabeth, meant to rival the Palace of Versailles in France. Today, the palace is famous for its baroque style and neoclassical interior that exemplifies Russian wealth and extravagance. Its main attractions are the Grand Hall, the opulent  Amber Room, which is lined with gilded amber wall panels and ornate furniture, and the 1,400-acre (566-hectare) Catherine Park with its masterful landscaping.
St-Petersburg Guided tour to the Tsarsko Selo with the visit to the Catherin palace
Catherine Palace  is one of Russia’s former imperial palaces and summer residence to its tsar’s under the direction of Catherine I. Now a museum, the baroque style palace has a neoclassical interior that exemplifies Russian wealth and extravagance.
The palace is well- known for the grand suit Golden Enfilade, which was designed by Bartolomeo Rastrelli, containing the ballroom known as the Grand Hall or Hall of Lights, and Art Galleries; with an immaculate ceiling painting, and sprawls out with distinctively decorated smaller rooms.
Outside the palace there is the divine Catherine Park, comprised of 2 parts including the old garden and the English Park.
Designed by master Dutch gardeners Jan Roosen and Johan Vocht during the 18th century, the garden contains various elements including the Vangaza stream, which flows down to the Upper and Mill ponds.
Once the summer residence of the Russian tsars and now a museum, Catherine Palace was named after Catherine I, who had it built in 1717. The structure was later rebuilt into an elaborately decorated Rococo-style palace in 1756 by Bartolomeo Rastrelli under the direction of Empress Elizabeth, meant to rival the Palace of Versailles in France. Today, the palace is famous for its baroque style and neoclassical interior that exemplifies Russian wealth and extravagance. Its main attractions are the Grand Hall, the opulent Amber Room, which is lined with gilded amber wall panels and ornate furniture, and the 1,400-acre (566-hectare) Catherine Park with its masterful landscaping.
St-Petersburg Guided tour to Kronshtadt with a visit to the Naval Cathedral
Kronstadt is situated on the island Kotlin in the middle of the Gulf of Finland. It’s a town and a fortress at the same time but not just an ordinary fortress – to be exact, it’s a unique fortification system consisting of one big fortress and 21 small forts, the majority of which are built on small artificial islands. Previously it was the only way to get to Kronstadt. Now after the dam was built, we can drive there using the the dam. Riding  from the north, it will be almost a 20 km drive through the Gulf of Finland. Whatever the weather is, the sea view is always fantastic! If you come from the south, the way through the Gulf will be almost two times shorter and a part of it will go through a tunnel under the Gulf. So it could be even more exciting! Our guide will tell you about the Gulf of Finland, St. Petersburg floods which used to be so dangerous and destructive, and the dam construction.
From may till october in condition of good weather you can take the boat to reach the island. The journey begins from the pier in the historical center of St. Petersburg. Than the boat proceed to Kotlin Island along the river Neva and across the Golf of Finland. You will see the fantasics view to all over the city from the marie gate and the Kronsand Dam.
There you will visit the Kronstadt Naval Cathedral. It’s so beautiful that even if it was the only one attraction in the whole Kronstadt, it would still be worth to drive there. The Cathedral was built in the very beginning of the 20th century after St. Sophia in Constantinople. The huge dome of it could be easily seen from Peterhof and in good weather even from St. Petersburg. This very dome is covered not with gold as majority of other domes but with silver and decorated with golden anchors on silver plates. The interior of the Cathedral is just astonishing: numerous mosaics, different marbles and stain glass panels. On the walls of the cathedral you will find stone plates with names seamen who perished when in service.
St-Petersburg Guided tour to Ivangorod with a visit to the Ivangorodskaya Fortress

Ivangorod Fortress  is a medieval castle in IvangorodLeningrad OblastRussia. It is located on the Narva River along the Russian border with Estonia, across from the Estonian city of Narva. Facing Narva Castle across the Estonian border, Ivangorod’s impressive 15th century fortress with its  huge walls and hight towers houses an art museum with interactive displays of its architecture and history. It is one of the unique place in the world where two former enemy castles stand in an arrow flight distance.

St-Petersburg Guided tour to Vyborg
Vyborg is a small, picturesque resort town a short train ride away from St. Petersburg.. The Medieval fortifications rise above the small peninsula where the town is set, and the whole place can be seen in only a few hours by foot. Admire a great view of the town from the Vyborg Castle ,one the highlights of the trip, which was originally built by the Swedish, then captured and recaptured by the Russians and the Finnish.
Vyborg Castle is one of those few medieval fortresses that survived the WWII. Visiting Vyborg you will see the Northern Europe architecture, narrow cobbled streets and take pictures from the rooftop of the fortress.
St-Petersburg Guided tour to Veliky Novgorod

The city of Veliky Novgorod—where Prince Rurik declared the Russian state in the eighth century—is full of historic monuments, churches, and cathedrals. Veliky Novgorod is considered to be the first capital of Russia. Explore the town with an experienced guide  who can help you understand the Russian history.

St-Petersburg the Sightseeing tour with a visit to the Grand Maket museum

Discover St. Petersburg’s iconic highlights on this 3-hour tour with our professional guide. You will travel around the city in a comfortable air-conditioned vehicle, making photo stops by major attractions, including the Peter and Paul Fortress, Palace Square, St. Isaac’s Cathedral and the Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood. Enjoy the sweeping views that open from the Spit of Vasilievsky Island, and see the Winter Palace, Nevsky Prospect, and other world-renowned sights, as your guide recounts the bewildering events that shaped Russia’s history and culture.

Here on the layout area of 800 square meters you will see the generalized images of cities and regions of Russia. Hundreds of moving trains and cars, sound and light effects add dynamics to the exposition and thousands of tiny figures make the genre scenes. Add the astonishing effect of day and night changing –an see why not  a single visitor can be indifferent!
It’s up your choice: to stroll in museum on your own or buy the excursion.

St-Petersburg Guided tour to the Petrovskaya Aquatoria

Historical theatrical scale model Petrovskaya Akvatoria – is the story of the Northern capital and the creation of the Russian fleet in an interactive miniature. Spit of Vasilyevsky Island without Rostral Columns, Menshikov’s homestead instead SPBGU, the first port of St. Petersburg, Masquerade in Peterhof, old fortress in Oranienbaum, which no longer exists,-  hard to imagine, but now you can see it with your own eyes! Here one can find recreated ancient estates, parks, palaces … The main feature of the scale model is a real water area, symbolizing the Neva’s aquatory and the Gulf of Finland with models of the ships of the Petrine era float on water. But the reconstruction of the architectural ensembles and landscape is not the main point of the exhibit. It is only the decoration, that unfolds a picture of life in the city in the time of the great Russian emperors from Peter the Ist till Catherine the IInd. The moving objects (figures of people, carriages, ships), light, sound and visual effects can reproduce the change of the day and night, as well as the changes in weather’s conditions. Different scenarios of the theatrical actions is turned on according to the timetable by pressing special buttons. It brings the additional interaction to the exhibit.

St-Petersburg Guided tour to the Russian Village Shuvalovka

A wonderful cultural experience in  Russian Village “Shuvalovka”. You will see what life in a northern village was like hundreds of years ago. You can visit the cooking master-class, matreshka painting master-class and lunch in the village for additional charge.

St-Petersburg Guided tour to the Russian Village Shuvalovka with vodka degustation

A wonderful cultural experience in  Russian Village “Shuvalovka”. You will see what life in a northern village was like hundreds of years ago. Enjoy this special excursion and vodka degustation in the most authentique atmosphere .

St-Petersburg Guided tour to the Russian Vodka Museum with degustation

Russian Vodka Museum is now reopened in a new location at  Konnogvardeysky Boulevard under the same roof with the new restaurant “Russian VodkaRoom No. 1”. The Restaurant and museum complex is situated in the very heart of St. Petersburg near St. Isaac’s Square in the historical building of Headquarters and Stables of the Horse Guard Regiment. Russian Vodka Museum is the first museum in Russia and in the world dedicated exclusively to Vodka. Its exhibition tells about the history of the drink which has been an integral part and essential attribute of Russian life for centuries. Russian Vodka Museum is a member of “Museum Quarter. St.Petersburg.”. It  gives a fascinating insight into the Russian history, culture and drinking traditions. During the guided tour around the museum our guests will hear about the vodka’s origin, Russian dining traditions, Russian vodka Kings, and feel the close link between the history of the Russian State and the history of this strong drink.

St-Petersburg the Sightseeing tour with the visit to the Faberge Museum

Discover St. Petersburg’s iconic highlights on this 3-hour tour with our professional guide – by foot or in comfortable vehicle on your choice. You will travel around the city center making photo stops by major attractions, including the Peter and Paul Fortress, Palace Square, St. Isaac’s Cathedral and the Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood. Enjoy the sweeping views that open from the Spit of Vasilievsky Island, and see the Winter Palace, Nevsky Prospect, and other world-renowned sights, as your guide recounts the bewildering events that shaped Russia’s history and culture.

The Faberge Museum in St. Petersburg was founded to preserve, study, and promote Russia’s cultural heritage as well as to develop the city’s extensive network of museums. The museum’s collection contains the world’s largest collection of works by Carl Faberge, including nine of the famous Imperial Easter Eggs, regarded not only as the finest jeweled works of art, but also as unique historical artifacts. The museum’s collection also includes decorative and applied works made by the Russian masters of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The museum is located in the Shuvalov Palace on the Fontanka River – one of the most beautiful palaces in St. Petersburg.

Guided tour to Gatchina

Gatchina Palace and Estate Museum is located 45 km to the south-west of St.Petersburg. The unique atmosphere of the Royal country seat and glorious 18th century interiors are at your service. Valuable collections of painting, furniture, porcelain, antique weapon as well as Gobelin tapestries, embroideries and Italian sculpture will let a visitor get a vivid impression of the royal court life. While darkness and dampness of the mysterious underpass will let you feel the romance of the Russian Castle.