Take a guided Segway tour around Saint Petersburg, choosing between a 1-hour or 2-hour route. Pass important historical sites, cross the Neva River, ride through busy squares, visit Kazan and St. Isaac's Cathedral, admire the Hermitage building, and more.
What to Expect
Get to know Saint Petersburg on a Segway tour of the city. Choose from a 3-mile (5 kilometer) route that lasts an hour, or opts for an extended tour that covers 6 miles (10 kilometers) over 2 hours.
Start on Konnogvardeysky Boulevard, passing by the Senate and Synod buildings, located near the statue of Peter the I. Continue on to the Twelve Colleges building and across the Admiralteyskaya Embankment of the Neva River. Then pass by the University Embankment architectural complex, Old Saint Petersburg Stock Exchange, and Rostral Columns.
Heading further, along the Hermitage building, pass by the famous Atlantes and continue to the Palace Square, where you can see the Alexander Column, General Staff Building, and Admiralty. On tours of a shorter length, you will pass by the Alexandrovskii Garden en route to Saint Isaac's Cathedral. On the lonfer tour, you will make your way to the Church of Our Savior on the Spilled Blood. Ride through Arts Square, past the Russian Museum, and over to the Kazan Cathedral.
- Segway tour (1 or 2 hours)
- English-speaking guide
- Riding instruction
- Raincoat (in case of rain)
Know Before You Go
Minimum weight: 88 pounds (40 kilograms)
Maximum weight: 242.5 pounds (110 kilograms)
No alcohol before riding
Minimum age: 10
Length: 3-6 miles (5-10 kilometers)