To send a Booking Request
You need to be Signed In

Sign In Now

Don't have an account? Create one for free:

To ask a Question
You need to be Signed In

Sign In Now

Don't have an account? Create one for free:

Basic St Petersburg Tour

Trip at a Glance

  • Locations

    St. Petersburg, Northwestern District, Russia

  • Activities

    Private Tour, Sightseeing

  • Price
    Custom Price
  • Duration

    3 days

  • Price Includes

    Visa invitation letter, guide, driver, transportation, admittance fees, permits for video and photos in the museums, bottled water, rain ponchos in case of inclement weather, all local taxes, headphones for guided tours inside the museums, special welcome gift

  • Notes

    Not included are the cost of lunches and the cost of permit for taking pictures in Yusupov Palace

Highlights

  • Explore Peterhof Lower Park with a visit to the Bath Block and Upper Park.
  • See the State Hermitage Museum.
  • Visit the Peter and Paul Cathedral and Peter and Paul Fortress.

Trip Info

Like an old friend, you will be welcomed by your guide in the lobby of your hotel. We begin the private tour with a visit to Peter and Paul Cathedral in the Fortress. After lunch, enjoy a guided tour of the Hermitage Museum. In the evening, you can enjoy time with a local family or take in a ballet or folk show.

In the morning, we drive to Peterhof, Russian Versailles. Enjoy a tour of Fountain Park in Peterhof with a visit to the Bath Block. After a local lunch, we return to St Petersburg to explore the Metro Subway stations. Take time in the afternoon to explore St Isaac’s Cathedral. Have your choice of fun activities in the evening.

After breakfast, meet your guide to travel to Tsar Village. We will then have a guided tour of Catherine Palace with Amber Room. We return to the city after lunch to visit the Church of Our Savior on The Spilt Blood. You will have some free time before choosing your evening events for your last tour night.

Leave a Review

Thank you for submitting a review. It will be published shortly.

Join GuideAdvisor Now.
3 great reasons!


I'm a traveler I'm a Guide