Explore the imperial buildings and rivers of St.Petersburg on a half-day private tour. Admire the majestic Winter Palace, the gold dome of St. Isaac’s Cathedral, and more. Visit Peter and Paul Fortress, and drive down the Nevsky Prospect.
What to Expect
Enjoy a half-day private sightseeing tour of St. Petersburg and drive through the historical center to get spectacular views of the Neva River, Griboyedova Canal and Moyka River. Gaze at the many romantic bridges that connect the city’s islands, including the largest island of Vasilevsky and the smallest of Zayachy.
Drive down Nevsky Prospect, St. Petersburg’s most famous avenue, planned by Peter the Great to connect the city to Novgorod and Moscow. Admire one of the world’s great art museums from the outside, as you pass the grand façade of the Hermitage at the Winter Palace.
Marvel at the domes of St. Isaac's Cathedral, the Church on Spilt Blood and many other religious monuments. Discover where Dostoyevsky, Pushkin, Rasputin and numerous Russian princes and counts lived. Then, visit the cradle of the city at Peter and Paul Fortress. Founded by Peter the Great in 1703, besides the ancient fortifications, the superb fortress complex also includes the 18th-century Peter and Paul Cathedral, where the burial vaults of Peter the Great and other Russian tsars were moved in 1998.
- Private guide
- Transportation by a private vehicle (car for 1-2 persons and minivan for larger groups)
- Pre-arranged admission to Peter and Paul Fortress
What's Not Included
- Gratuities (optional)