Enjoy a ride along the streets and embankments of St Petersburg in a comfortable minibus or car and take pictures during multiple photo-stops. Along the way, you will see the city’s most famous cathedrals, squares and architectural ensembles, and cross the famous bridges along the Neva River. You will see:
St. Peter and Paul Fortress
St Nicholas Naval Cathedral, Church on the spilt blood, St. Isaac’s Cathedral
Quay with Sphinxes-These unique monuments are 3500 years old and were delivered to St Petersburg from Egypt.
The Spit of Vasilevskiy Island
Chizhik-Pyzhik (one of the smallest monuments in the world, but it became a symbol of the city)
Saint Michael's Castle
Peter and Paul Fortress -The first city fortress that gave birth to the city and to the Russian Empire as a whole.
"Aurora" Russian cruiser -The legendary cruiser, the symbol of the Socialist Revolution of 1917, and which participated in both World Wars.
Why was Saint Petersburg the capital of the Russian Empire? Who was the founder of the Northern city? What did citizens do during the Second World War to protect the city’s most valuable buildings and sculptures?
Time: from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Duration: 3 hours
Reservation: required (no prepayment)
Price: from 56 dollars per person