Экскурсии в Санкт-Петербурге

  Excursions in St. Petersburg (prices 2020)

3 pax/1 pax

5 pax/1 pax

10 pax/1 pax

 City tour (3 hours) 

190/63 euro

210/42 euro

250/25 euro

 City tour + Peter and Paul Fortress/ St. Isaac's Cathedral/ Church of the Savior spilled on Blood

(4 hours) 

243/81 euro

285/57 euro

350/35 euro

 City tour + Hermitage/ Russian Museum (5 hours) 

258/86 euro

310/62 euro

390/39 euro

 Peterhoff: Garden with fountains (5 hours)

340/113 euro

390/78 euro

480/48 euro

Peterhoff: Grand Palace, park and fountains (6 hours)

390/130 euro

490/98 euro

680/68 euro

 Pushkin: Catherine Palace and Amber Room (5 hours)

340/113 euro

410/82 euro

560/56 euro

 Prices in Euro per person, according to the group's size. The prices may be subject to variations depending on the EUR/RUB exchange rate. 

Price includes: 

                 licensed guide, vehicle, entrance fees, bottle of water, hotel pick up and drop off

Экскурсии в Санкт-Петербурге (цены 2020)

группа 3 чел./1 чел.

группа 5 чел./1 чел.

группа 10 чел./1 чел.

 Обзорная экскурсия (3 часа) 

190/63 euro

210/42 euro

250/25 euro

Обзорная экскурсия + Петропавловская крепость/ Исаакиевский собор/ Спас-на-Крови

(4 часа) 

243/81 euro

285/57 euro

350/35 euro

 Обзорная экскурсия + Эрмитаж/ Русский музей (5 часов) 

258/86 euro

310/62 euro

390/39 euro

 Петергоф: Нижний парк + фонтаны (5 часов)

340/113 euro

390/78 euro

480/48 euro

Петергоф: Большой Дворец, Нижний парк, фонтаны (6 часов)  

390/130 euro

490/98 euro

680/68 euro

Пушкин: Екатерининский дворец и Янтарная комната (5 часов)

340/113 euro

410/82 euro

560/56 euro

Стоимсоть указана на человека, завтисит от размера руппы и курса валюты.

В стоимость включено: 

лицензированный гид, транспортное обслуживание, входные билеты в музеи, бутылка воды, встреча гостей у отеля

                                                                    

City tour

The city of Saint-Petersburg the second largest city in Russia is often called the Northern Venice thanks to a great number of canals in it. The city is rich in sights of different styles and ages. You can find any place for rest and attractions here on your choice. The picturesque views are worth seeing not only at a day time but at night as well due to the Wight Nights that are from the end of May lasting till late June.

Touring round the city there’s a good chance of taking pictures of all the magnificent sights known all over the world. Their close connection between each other makes it easy to observe all of them during the day. 

The city tour usually include in its programme The Hermitage with Palace Square, Saint Isaak’s Cathedral and the Bronze Horseman opposite it,the drive along Nevsky prospect- the main avenue of the city with a great number of churches on it, Kazan Cathedral is just right there. Beautiful bridges and places on both sides with the Peter and Paul Fortress will make your trip unforgettable.

Peter and Paul Fortress

Lies on the small Hare Island-the historic kernel of Saint-Petersburg,dating from 1703. The fortress features a splendid cathedral containing the tombs of the Romanov monarchs.

Saint-Isaak’s Cathedral

Looming majestically above the rooftops, St. Isaak’s Cathedral is one of the city’s premier tourist attractions-is visible from way out in the Gulf of Finland.

Church of the Savior on the Blood

This magnificent church was built on the orders of Alexander III to commemorate his father Alexander II,who had been slain on the site the year before. It has the most flamboyant exterior of any buildings in Saint-Petersburg

Hermitage 

Is one of the world’s great museums. To visit all 350 or even more exhibition rooms would entail walking a distance of about 10 km. The collection of the museum contains over 3 million items- just to glance at them would take 9 years. The museum owns sculptures, paintings, drawings and prints, works of applied art, archeological exhibits, coins and medals. The interiors of Winter Palace are worth seeing as well.

The Russian Museum

Alexander III was the tzar who began to buy Russian art at the end of the 19th century to establish a national museum. His son Nicholas II purchased the Mikhailovsky Palace and opened the first public museum. The museum contains the finest collection of Russian art in the world- ranging from medieval icons to the latest in conceptual art.

Peterhof 

The founder Peter the Great flushed with triumph from Northern War against Sweden decided to build a sumptuous palace and town beside the Gulf. The Palace and the park are the setting for several festivals including the opening and closing of the “fountain season“.

Tsarskoe Selo (Pushkin) 

Of all the Imperial palaces none is more evocative of both the heyday and twilight years of the Romanovs than those at Tsarskoe selo. The glorious Catherine Palace and Alexander Palace are the most peculiar places to visit in this town. The most attention deserves the amber room at Catherine Palace.

Welcome to StPetersburg!