Easy Excursion

240 $perperson

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Please note, the excursion schedule might be changed because of the museum days-off or traffic.


Day 1

09:00 am Meet at the ship. City tour with stops to take pictures. Subway ride.
11:00 am – 12:00 pm A visit to Peter and Paul Fortress and Cathedral
12:00 pm – 01:00 pm A visit to Church of Our Saviour on Spilled Blood
01:00 pm – 02:00 pm Lunch time
02:00 pm – 03:30 pm A visit to Russian museum
04:00 pm On board

Day 2

09:30 am Meet at the ship. Paying for the excursion. Drive to Peterhof.
11:00 am – 12:00 pm Peterhof's Fountain Park
12:00 pm – 01:00 pm Lunch time
01:00 pm – 02:00 pm Drive to Tsars' Village
02:00 pm – 03:30 pm A visit to Catherine’s Palace with Amber Room
03:30 pm – 04:30 pm Drive to Saint-Petersburg
05:00 pm On board

Day 3

10:00 am Meet at the ship. Drive to Hermitage museum.
10:30 am – 12:30 pm A visit to Hermitage museum
12:30 pm – 01:30 pm Lunch time
01:30 pm – 02:30 pm Walk on Nevsky avenue
02:30 pm – 03:00 pm A visit to St Nicolas Cathedral
03:30 pm On board


What is included in the price:

-  Meeting at the ship

-  Visa-free support

-  Professional guide

-  Modern vehicle with AC

-  Entrance tickets

-  Photo permissions inside the museums (except Yusupovs' Palace)

-  Port fees

-  Taxes

-  Audio head-sets for groups more then 10 pax 

What is not included in the price: 

-  Lunch (from $20 per pax), at the request.

-  Gratuity 


Kids under 6 years old are free of charge. For kids from 7 to 17 years old and students ISIC is $10 USA pp.

Tour description (the total duration 20 hours)


During the first tour day (the duration 7 hours) You drive by or make  photo stops, depending on your itinerary, at the most beautiful sights of the city (Sphinxes, Spit of  Bazil Island, Rostral Columns, Log cabin of Peter I, Cruiser “Aurora“,  Trinity bridge, Smolny Convent, Summer garden, Field of Mars, Michael’s castle, Church on Spilled Blood,  Nevsky prospect,  monument to Catherine the Great,  Alexandrinskij theater,  Rossi street, Square of Arts, Russian museum, St. Isaac’s cathedral,  monument to Nicholas I, Mariinskij Palace, St. Nicholas Cathedral,   Mariinsky  Theatre, Yusupov's Palace,  Decembrists Square,  monument to Peter I ( Bronze Horseman), Admiralty, Palace Square, Alexander Column,  General Headquartes,  Winter Palace (Hermitage museum), Palace bridge).


 Visit inside some of unusual subway stations, that are nicknamed the underground palaces, take a short ride .


You visit inside Peter and Paul Fortress, the first structure of St.- Petersburg. The foundation stone was laid by Peter I himself on May 16, 1703. Visit Peter and Paul Cathedral, the burial place of Russian tsars from Peter I to the last Russian Tsar, Nicholas I and his family. Its golden spire is the symbol of the modern city.


Visit inside the Church of Redemption or the Holy Savior on the Spilled Blood. A place where the Russian Tsar, Alexander II, was mortally wounded and his blood was spilled in 1881. Later, his son, Alexander III, ordered to build this unusual church in honor of Alexander II. It is beautifully decorated with mosaics.


After lunch visit inside the Russian Museum. The Mikhail’s Palace was turned into the Museum in 1898 by Nicholas II. This is the biggest museum of Russian art, contains more 450 thousand works. The large collection of icons, dating from the 11th century. Several works by one of the most famous Moscow School’s iconographers  (Andrei Rublev). Works by Ilya Repin, Dmitry Levitsky, Ivan Aivazovsky, Karl Bryullov, Mikhail Vrubel, Kazimir Malevich, decorative-applied art, sculpture and more.


During the second tour day (the duration 7,5 hours) You visit the Peterhof's Fountain Park and walk through the fountains, which are called “Russian Versailles”. Beautiful fountains were created on the order of Peter the Great in imitation of the French fountains of Versailles.


After lunch visit inside the summer residence of the Russian tsars - Catherines  Palace in the Russian baroque style, which is quite impressive with its size. It was completed during the reign of Empress Elizabeth (daughter of Peter I) in 1756 and named after her mother – Catherine I. The Palace is famous for the Amber Room. The Prussian king, Friedrich I, presented  the 22 amber panels to Peter I in 1716.  Walk through the French regular Catherines Park.


During the third tour day (the duration 5,5 hours)  You visit inside the Hermitage Museum, which is the largest museum of art in Russia. It numbers more 3 million works of art, representing different countries, people and ages. The museum consists of 5 buildings connected by the passages (The Winter Palace, the Little Hermitage, the Old Hermitage, the New Hermitage, the Hermitage Theater). Through the passages You take a walk through all the buildings. Have a look at some of state rooms of the Winter Palace, the works of Leonardo da Vinci, Raphael's Loggias, the works of French Impressionists and more.


After lunch You walk along Nevsky Prospect, the main thoroughfare of the city with various shops, cafes and restaurants.


Visit inside St. Nicolas's Cathedral. The active Russian Orthodox church designed by S. Chevakinsky in 1762 on the place of wooden church. It was consecrated after St. Nicholas the Miracle Maker, saint patron of seamen  and travelers. It has original carved iconostasis of the 18th century, created by Russian craftsmen  Kanaev and Nikulin. The main sacred object of the cathedral - Greek icon of St. Nicholas from the 18th century with a part of his relics. During the communist period  the church used to be the principal cathedral of St.-Petersburg.


240 $perperson
Easy Excursion