City orientation tour with a private guide
This tour will give you the try of St Petersburg like the place for life:attractive and convenient.
During this nice and friendly city walk you will explore such things as: main street Nevsky Prospect, the monument to Catherine the Great, the first pedestrian street of St. Petersburg, St. Michael's Castle, Field of Mars, Saviour on the Blood (also inside), Kazan Cathedral, Palace Square with the Alexander Column, Hermitage with the Winter Palace, Peter and Paul's Fortress, Stock Exchange Building of the former Port on the Basil Island, Admiralty, Bronze Horseman, St. Isaac's Cathedral (also inside) and many others.
During this walk I will give you historical, architectural information and what is very useful practical as well. Where locals have dinner, how to behave on the street and inside of metro, how to get cheap taxi, where you can find the best currency exchange rate - all this and many other vital details I explain and show you.
Just let us prepare you for a nice stay in our beautiful city!
- Meet in the lobby of your hotel
- Walk along the Nevsky and adjoining streets
- Visit of Savior on the Spilt Blood or Cathedral of Kazan
- Visit of St. Isaacs Cathedral or Peter and Paul fortress
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: We will meet in the lobby of the hotel or any other place upon your request
End location: Your hotel or any other place upon agreement
Duration: 4 hours
This is a walking tour, however we may use some public transport to get from place to place if needed.
- Guiding Services
- Admission Tickets
Estimated Local Cash Needed
500 roubles - A cup of starbucks coffee 300 rubles(5 dollars), transportation if needed 30 rubles, WC 30 rubles.
- Personal Expenses
- Public Transportation Tickets
- Food, Drinks, Snacks
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Polina is fluent in English. She is very informed, intelligent, engaging and was open to answer any of our questions. Our walking tour was approx. 4 hours in length. The tour was flexible, and informal and shared detailed historical & social insights, in a conversational manner rather than from a set text. She was one of 3 guides we used during our trip to Russia, and was the best.