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 St. Petersburg Day Tours & Excursions 2022 - 2023

St. Petersburg is one of the most beautiful cities in the world.  St. Petersburg—the former capital of the Russian Empire—has become a national symbol of historical heritage, vibrant cultural life, and sheer beauty. Taking a city tour with a our local guide is a sure way to best explore the city’s highlights and deeply understand their history. If you travel independently and stay at a hotel, please check on our Day Tours in St. Petersburg. Tours explore the Winter Palace (formerly home to Empress Catherine the Great, and now part of the State Hermitage Museum),the Peter and Paul Fortress on the Neva River, St. Isaac’s Cathedral, the Peterhof Palace, the Catherine Palace (you will see the famous Amber Room)  and more. If you come in summer be sure to order Drawbridges Night Tour and Boat excursion along the canals.Art-Travel offers tours in St. Petersburg  from 2 persons on a comfortable transportation and with professional guides speaking your language  

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One Day tours and Excursions arownd St.Petersburg. Guides in any languages!
You can find here classic Excursions to Hermitage, Isaac and Peter and Paul Cathedrals, and other with lizensed guides in English, German ant Italian languages. Also, we offer differend speaking guides for your as Arabic, Portuguese, Turkish, Croatian, Farsi, Armenian, Japanese, etc. languages.
In this tour you will get acquainted with the most popular sights of our beautiful city, such as St. Basil's Island, Palace Square with the famous Winter Palace, Spas na Krovi, Yusupovsky Palace, Bronze Horseman, Academy of Arts. We will drive along Nevsky Prospect, the main street of our city. You will see such places as the Arts Square, Catherine's Garden, Anichkov Bridge, and St. Isaac's Square. At the most beautiful places, your guide will give you more information and suggest you stop for a photo stop. Private transport and a guide who speaks English, German, French, Italian, Czech or Spanish.
10 pers - 17$ per pers, 8 pers - 19$ per pers, 6 pers - 23$ per pers, 4 pers - 32$ per pers, 2 pers - 52$ per pers
A detailed tour of the city on a drive. This is a great chance to introduce you to the city's main historical, architectural and ancient sights. St. Isaac's Cathedral - St. Isaac's Cathedral was originally the city's main church and the largest cathedral in Russia. It was built between 1818 and 1858 to a design by the French-born architect Auguste Montferrand and became one of the most impressive sights in the Russian imperial capital. The interior is decorated with incredibly detailed mosaic icons, paintings and columns of malachite and lapis lazuli. Church of the Saviour on Blood - The Church of the Resurrection of Christ is known to Petersburgers as the Church of the Saviour on Blood - or even simply the Church on Blood - because it marks the spot where Alexander II was mortally wounded in an assassination attempt on 1 March 1881. Designed by Alfred Parland in the style of 16th and 17th century Russian churches. Private transport and English, German, French, Italian, Czech or Spanish guide + entrance fees
10 pers - 25$ per pers, 8 pers - 30$ per pers, 6 pers - 40$ per pers, 4 pers - 50$ per pers, 2 pers - 80$ per pers
A detailed tour of the city on a drive.This is a great opportunity to introduce you to the main historical, architectural and ancient sights of the city. You'll visit one of St. Petersburg's main attractions, the Peter and Paul Fortress and visit the Peter and Paul Cathedral, where the monarchs of the Romanov family are buried.
10 pers - 30$ per pers, 8 pers - 40$ per pers, 6 pers - 50$ per pers, 4 pers - 60$ per pers, 2 pers - 90$ per pers
Take a walk around Palace Square. You will see the most significant buildings on the square, such as: "The Winter Palace", the General Staff building with its famous arch and the "Alexander Column". Slightly to the north of Palace Square is the New Hermitage with the Atlas Figures at the entrance and the Hermitage Theatre. Excursion to the State Hermitage Museum. St. Petersburg's most famous building, the Winter Palace not only physically dominates Palace Square and the southern Neva embankment, but also plays a central political, symbolic and cultural role in the city's three-century history. The Winter Palace is part of Russia's largest museum, the State Hermitage Museum. The museum occupies five buildings: the Winter Palace, the Small Hermitage, the Old and New Hermitage, and the Hermitage Theatre. According to one estimate, it would take you eleven years to view each exhibit in one minute, so many visitors prefer to arrange a guided tour to have time to cover all the highlights of the collection. Price includes: private guide speaking English, German, French, Italian, Czech or Spanish + entrance fees. *You can book transfers to and from the Hermitage
10 pers - 30$ per pers, 8 pers -35$ per pers, 6 pers - 40$ per pers, 4 pers - 45$ per pers, 2 pers - 60$ per pers
This guided car tour will include visits to St. Petersburg's three main cathedrals: St. Isaac's Cathedral, the Church of the Saviour on Spilled Blood, the Kazan Cathedral (St. Petersburg's main cathedral) and the Holy Trinity Alexander Nevsky Lavra. Included: English, German, French, Italian, Czech or Spanish speaking private guide + entrance fees
10 pers - 30$ per pers, 8 pers - 35$ per pers, 6 pers - 40$ per pers, 4 pers - 55$ per pers, 2 pers - 85$ per pers
Fyodor Dostoevsky (1821-1881) is one of Russia's most famous writers, and his novel Crime and Punishment, in which a jaded young intellectual kills an elderly, hated pawnbroker, is one of his most gripping works. This book conveys a distinctly St Petersburg atmosphere, but not one of imperial palaces, classical architectural ensembles and promenades along the aristocratic Nevsky Prospect. Rather, Dostoevsky concentrated on 'Poor People' and 'Insulted and Humiliated' (the title of his two early works) and on the crowded streets, dirty alleys, cheap inns and dilapidated rooms that populated these outcasts. Our guide will show you places associated with the writer and the characters in his novels. You will walk down Stolyarny Lane and Raskolnikov's house, cross the Kokushkin Bridge, reach Sennaya Square and visit Dostoevsky's memorial flat. The writer lived here for 4 years with his wife and children. Price includes: private guide speaking English, German, French, Italian, Czech or Spanish + admission tickets
10 pers - 45$ per pers, 8 pers - 55$ per pers, 6 pers - 70$ per pers, 4 pers - 90$ per pers, 2 pers - 140$ per pers
The Russian Versailles tour allows you to see the most magnificent summer residence of the Russian tsars - Peterhof, or Petrodvorets. Peterhof is located on the southern shore of the Gulf of Finland. Originally, Peterhof was the maritime residence of the Russian emperors. Tsar Peter the Great wanted to show that Russia had become one of the most powerful states with a navy. On a private tour of Peterhof you can see the largest and most beautiful fountains in the world. All the fountains of Peterhof have been operating without pumps since the early 18th century. Peterhof is the largest of all the city's suburban estates. Price includes: Private guide speaking English, German, French, Italian, Czech or Spanish + entrance fees
10 pers - 50$ per pers, 8 pers - 60$ per pers, 6 pers - 65$ per pers, 4 pers - 80$ per pers, 2 pers - 110$ per pers
A 'Russian Versailles' excursion to see the most magnificent summer residence of the Russian tsars - Peterhof, or Petrodvorets. After a tour of the Lower Park, where you will see the most beautiful fountains, you will go on an excursion to the Grand Palace. In the 18th and 19th centuries, the Grand Peterhof Palace was the official state residence of the Russian tsars. Important state events, gala dinners and masquerades were held here.
10 pers - 60$ per pers, 8 pers - 70$ per pers, 6 pers - 80$ per pers, 4 pers - 100$ per pers, 2 pers - 130$ per pers
This tour is your unique chance to experience the magic of St. Petersburg. You'll take a wonderful 4-hour tour along the Neva River with stops and a boat ride under the drawbridges: Palace, Troitsky and Liteiny bridges. The trip begins before the opening of the bridges. You will enjoy a wonderful view of festively illuminated palaces, embankments and the main waterway of the city, living its secret nightlife, while caravans of ships move silently on the dark water from the Gulf of Finland to Lake Ladoga. Price includes: Private guide speaking English, German, French, Italian, Czech or Spanish + entrance fees
10 pers - 50$ per pers, 8 pers - 55$ per pers, 6 pers - 60$ per pers, 4 pers - 75$ per pers, 2 pers - 120$ per pers
St Petersburg is a city of canals and watching it from the water is an unforgettable experience. During the trip, you'll sail from the Singing Bridge along the Moyka River, the Fontanka and the Griboyedov Canal. You will see ancient mansions and palaces and hear about their former owners: tsars and princes. Includes: private guide speaking English, German, French, Italian, Czech or Spanish + admission tickets
10 pers - 30$ per pers, 8 pers - 30$ per pers, 6 pers - 30$ per pers, 4 pers - 30$ per pers, 2 pers - 30$ per pers
During a tour of the Catherine Palace you'll see the famous Amber Room, you'll be told about its mysterious history and you'll see the palace's magnificent interiors, which are sure to amaze you. Each interior is different from the other. Price includes: Private guide speaking English, German, French, Italian, Czech or Spanish + entrance fees
10 pers - 70$ per pers, 8 pers - 80$ per pers, 6 pers - 90$ per pers, 4 pers - 110$ per pers, 2 pers - 135$ per pers