Grade

Easy

Hours

4

Price

For 2 adults

Transportation

Auto

For children

Yes

Lunch

Not included

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$110

The best way to familiarize with this lovely city is by making a tour through its central part. The center of St. Petersburg is the most picturesque part of the city. It is a great pleasure to observe the diversity of the monuments and buildings and to find more and more details in this architectural abundance, just by riding along the city streets. An important contribution to the uniqueness of our city comes from the fact that the central part of St. Petersburg was very well preserved during the 18th and 19th centuries. Therefore, the city is sometimes also referred to as “the Museum under the open sky”.
Here you won’t find these small narrow streets, which are so typical for old European and Russian towns. On the contrary, wide and long streets and avenues pierce the central part of the city and each one of them opens its breathtaking panorama. Every house has its own history; every stone of pavements is a silent witness of the flowering of the New Capital of the Russian Empire. And all these streets, alleys, squares of the old part create unforgettable architectural unity of St. Petersburg.
Booking the tour, you will have an amazing opportunity to see many see sightings of St. Petersburg, the most important of which are:

St. Isaac’s Square with its various architectural monuments,
Famous Nevsky Prospect – the central avenue of the city,
Mainsquare of St. Petersburg – the Palace Square with the Winter Palace (The Hermitage Museum nowadays), the Alexander’s column and the Military Headquarters’ Arch,
Wonderful views on the Basil Island´s Cape,
The eldest park, that is the Summer Garden and the unique castle in the city called Mikhailovsky,
The Peter and Paul Fortress, that is the first monumental construction of the New Capital,
Witness and participant of the Great Russian Revolution – the Aurora cruiser,
And of course, the pearl of the city, the Spilled Blood Church; and this is only the smallest part of sights you will see during the tour.

The best way to familiarize yourself with this lovely city is by taking a tour through its central part. The center of St. Petersburg is the most picturesque part of the city. It is a pleasure to observe the diversity of the monuments and buildings and to find an abundance of details in this architectural city, just by riding along the city streets. The uniqueness of the city comes from how much was preserved during the 18th and 19th century. Therefore, the city is sometimes also referred to as “the Museum under the open sky”.
Here you won’t find small narrow streets, which are so typical for old European and Russian towns, instead wide, long streets and avenues pierce the central part of the city. Every house has its own history; every stone in the pavement is a silent witness to the flowering of the New Capital of the Russian Empire. And all these streets, alleys, squares of the old part create unforgettable architectural unity in St. Petersburg.
Booking the tour, you will have an amazing opportunity to see many sights in St. Petersburg, the most important of which are:

St. Isaac’s Square with its various architectural monuments,
Famous Nevsky Prospect – the central avenue of the city,
Main square of St. Petersburg – the Palace Square with the Winter Palace (The Hermitage Museum nowadays), the Alexander’s column and the Military Headquarters’ Arch,
Wonderful views on the Basil Island´s Cape,
The eldest park, that is the Summer Garden and the unique castle in the city called Mikhailovsky,
The Peter and Paul Fortress, that is the first monumental construction of the New Capital,
Witness and participant of the Great Russian Revolution – the Aurora cruiser,
And of course, the pearl of the city, the Spilled Blood Church; and this is only the smallest part of sights you will see during the tour.

The numbers below will help you to understand the grandiosity and the uniqueness of our “Museum under the open sky” even better:

The city is 315 years old. St. Petersburg is a relatively young city, but during its short history it became one the most important cultural objects of both Russia and Europe.
206 years is the duration of St. Petersburg’s role as capital of the Russian Empire. Almost all Russian tsars of the Romanov family lived here, and this is the reason why our city has so many luxurious palaces, huge squares, majestic cathedrals and fabulous buildings.
According to UNESCO, 18,000 houses and constructions were built before the Great Russian Revolution 1917 and are preserved. Such architectural richness creates an unbelievable atmosphere that turns you into a witness of historical events of the country.
29 summer days of the Northern Capital are the famous White Nights; the White Nights are the time when night is just a twilight that covers the city for a couple of hours.
120 meters is the deepest point of our subway; this is because the tunnels pass under the rivers and canals. The beauty of many stations can be compared to palaces.
122.5 meters is the highest point of the Peter and Paul Fortress, one of the eldest constructions. But in the center of city, you won’t find any skyscrapers or modern buildings that could break architectural integrity of the city streets – the whole city center is one huge museum under the sky.

Paso 1
Recogida en el hotel
Paso 2
Paseo por las calles de la ciudad
Paso 3
Algunas fotos por las vistas más importantes
Paso 4
Fin del tour, regreso al hotel


Included
  • All transportation
  • Guide and staffs
  • A gift
 
Not Included
  • Alcohol or Beverage
  • Camera and other non trek accessories
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  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    mantap

    Best tour ever! Thank you!

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