Petersburg. I have witnessed first hand the radical changes that took place in our country in the 1980s and 90s. The transition from the USSR to the democratic state happened in front of my eyes. The Iron Curtain was lifted up and our country opened to international tourists, as well as the whole world. This was a very important moment.
I have been working as a guide since 2011, but I feel that I have always been a representative of my city. It gives me great pleasure to meet people coming for the first time to St. Petersburg, and lead them through the most beautiful and interesting places, showing both the museums and palaces, as well as diving into the ordinary life, revealing scenes hidden from the eyes of tourists.
I am always happy to meet new people from around the world!
A Recent Review of this guide
We have been traveling in Europe for the past 4 weeks and just finished two days with Anna. I have used private guides all over the world and can without hesitation recommend Anna to anyone. She is simply one of the best guides we have ever used. She accomadated our ships delayed arrival and still fit everything in without seeming pressed for time. The two day visit was capped off with a fantastic home cooked dinner with a local family. Great food and we felt as if we left with new friends.
State University of Saint Petersburg, Political and Philosophy
The Intourist Training School for Guides (Intourist SPb Co.). Licenses: The Hermitage Museum, The Russian State Museum, St. Isaac Cathedral, The Church of Our Savior on Spilled Blood, Peter & Paul Fortress, Peterhoff, Tsar's Village (Pushkin), Pavlovsk, Tour Around Rivers & Canals of St. Petersburg, Yusupovskiy palace