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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

from 25 €