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On our first day together in St Petersburg, we'll take a city tour with photo stops at all the most beautiful places in the city. We'll visit the famous Hermitage, the Church on the Spilled Blood, St. Isaaks Cathedral, and Peter & Paul Fortress. We can add optionally evening program (folklore or ballet), the Faberge museum, and/or Yusupov's palace
On our second day, we'll delve deeper into the hisory and culture of this great city, visiting the stately country residences namely: Peterhof (fountains) and Catherine Palace (Amber room). Before 1917, Both the estates belonged to the ruling dynasty, but on this day they'll be ours to explore!
8. 30 am meeting
Sightseeing tour including next places:
short walking tour on Nevskyy prospect,
10. 30 am Hermitage museum 2, 5 hours inside (we can add Diamond/Gold treasury or Impressionist department)
Church on the Spilled Blood,
2 pm lunch in a cafe where locals eat
St Isaac's Cathedral,
6. 00 pm end of the day
8 :30 am meeting
Nicholas Naval Cathedral,
Way to Peterhof
Peterhof's Lower Garden with fountains and Small palace
12 pm way to the Tsar's village
Catherine's palace with Amber Room inside
5 pm end of the day
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Cruise Ship Port, Suggested by Guide: Please write down here the name of your ship, passport info: name, number, DOB, citizenship.
Duration: 2 days
By private car or van
- Guiding Services
- Private Transportation
Estimated Local Cash Needed
1000 rubles - Lunch is about 400-1000 rubles per person
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My husband and I did a 12 day Baltic cruise and our time in St. Petersburg with Dasha was by far the highlight of our trip! Dasha went above and beyond to provide the best tours and we covered so much in two days! We enjoyed our time with her so very much that we are hoping she will come and visit us in the US. She made our trip so special and most of all she was an amazing ambassador for Russia. We learned so much and left with a much different idea about Russia than we cane with. We hope to return!