A group of 5 of us used this tour as part of a 3-day cruise stop in St. Petersburg 9includes one day in Moscow). Very pleasant and well informed tour guides.
Meet your guide at your ship and set out on a city sightseeing tour in an air-conditioned vehicle. Stop to take photos at the local farmers’ market, Grand Choral Synagogue, Peter and Paul Fortress and Cathedral.
Pause for lunch at a local cafe before setting out on a guided tour of the Faberge Museum. Explore Yusupov Palace and visit St. Isaac’s Cathedral before returning to your ship.
On the second day, take a ride to Peterhof and gain special early entry to the Peterhof Grand Palace. Walk in the Lower Fountain Park and Upper Gardens. After a local lunch, continue to Pushkin (Tsars' Village) and visit Catherine's Palace and the Amber Room.
Depart from your ship on the third day and enjoy special before-hours entry to the Hermitage Museum. Visit the Church on the Spilled Blood before breaking for lunch. See the Impressionist exhibit at the General Staff building. Take a boat ride through St. Petersburg’s canals before returning to the ship.
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We had 14 people on our tour which was just right size of a group. Our Lady tour guide was excellent and very knowledgeable and she got us to all the important parts to see at each site during the 3 days we were there....More
Our tour was fantastic from beginning to end thanks to Elena, our tour guide. She was amazing and looked after us, like her own family. She was unphased when the first bus caught fire, driven by Philip (very pleasant). We got off the bus and...More
My wife and I recently completed a Baltic cruise, and used SPB-Tours for 3 days in St. Petersburg. I cannot stress how excellent our experience was and our guide, Ludmilla, was fabulous. We had only 14 people in our group and she went out of...More
We took the 3 day private tour with Elza, a very smart, knowledgeable, friendly guide. We saw all the major highlights of St. Petersburg without so much time standing in lines. We learned the history of each site and also learned about life in Russia...More