Travel itineraries in Saint Petersburg
Saint Petersburg in 4 days
During this 4-day tour you will visit the most significant places inside and outside the city. After these 4 full days of excursions you will be able to call yourself a real expert on Russian art and culture!
Saint Petersburg in 2 days
The cultural capital of Russia is famous for its imperial beauty: cathedrals, museums, galleries, and palaces… If you only have 2 days to get to know the city better, we would like to draw your attention to the perfect itinerary that puts together all the visits to city’s most significant landmarks.
Saint Petersburg in 1 day
Saint Petersburg is often called "the cultural capital of Russia", it is a city with a distinct atmosphere where you can find a lot of interesting sights and attractions. Besides that, it is the city that tourists visit more frequently than any other in Russia. This program will allow you to see as many sights as possible in only one day.
Guided tours in Saint Petersburg
Saint Petersburg sightseeing tour
This guided tour is perfect for those in the city for the first time. It gives you an opportunity to see its most famous sights in just a few hours.
Pushkin (Tsarskoye Selo)
During the guided tour to the famous Catherine Palace and the adjacent park (in summer) you will get to know the era of Late Baroque and dive straight into the history of the Russian empire.
Must-see sights in Saint Petersburg - guided tour
Here, you will find a brief list of sights typically mentioned in Saint Petersburg guidebooks. In our case, we suggest using this list as a base for your personalized itinerary. We provide guided tours in Saint Petersburg in English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, and German.
Guided tour to Peterhof
Peterhof, the summer residence of Peter the Great, is one more "must-see" during your tour to Saint Petersburg. Incredible landscape gardens, fountains, parks and the famous Grand Palace with overwhelmingly beautiful interiors make Peterhof an amazing attraction for all the visitors of the city.
Soviet Saint Petersburg: Leningrad
A historical excursion throughout a complicated time in the city’s history, which lived through a blockade and suffered enormous losses.
Boat trips along the canals and rivers of Saint Petersburg
A boat cruise along the canals and rivers is one of the essential components of your visit to Saint Petersburg. It provides you with a marvelous opportunity to look at the city from an unexpected point of view.
(from May to September)
White Nights in Saint Petersburg
This is a short (2-3 weeks in June) but romantic period in the city’s annual life.
Sights to visit in Saint Petersburg
Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood
This church was built in the place where Alexander II, who was the czar and a reformist, was mortally injured; he repealed serfdom in Russia. This cathedral is often compared to – and confused with – Saint Basil’s Cathedral in Moscow.
The Hermitage Museum guided tour (Winter Palace)
The Hermitage is the most visited museum in Saint Petersburg. It is the absolute leader in terms of the number of visitors (3 million per year), and in terms of the size of the exhibition, comparable with the largest museums in Europe.
Museum of Political History of Russia
An interesting museum that contains a large number of exhibits that provide a specific, and not just an abstract, understanding of many pivotal events in Russian history.
Yusupov Palace on Moika
This is a famous palace owned by one of the oldest and most powerful princely families – the Yusupovs. The palace is renowned for its interiors and for the fact that in these walls Rasputin was killed.
Saint Isaac’s Cathedral
This is one of Saint Petersburg’s calling cards, and helps shape its skyline. Its appearance contrasts sharply with traditional Russian religious architecture. The spectacular panoramic view from the colonnaded terrace (360-degree view) is the reward for those who climb up its 262 stairs.