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St. Petersburg: City Tour with Peter & Paul Fortress Visit4 Reviews
Get acquainted with St. Petersburg and its sights on this 3-hour tour of the city, including a visit to Peter and Paul Fortress. Cover more ground and see the sights in comfort on an air-conditioned coach. Take in all the top St. Petersburg attractions.
- Start with an easy hotel pickup and waste no time looking for a start point
- Admire the immense Palace Square, home to the city's Winter Palace
- Discover the amazing city of Saint Petersburg on this exciting sightseeing tour and get the best photos
- Visit the Peter and Paul Fortress, once built to protect the city but later used as a political prison
- Learn the history and legends that surround the Peter and Paul Fortress
DescriptionDiscover the world-famous Nevsky Prospect, lined with the marble palaces of former Russian royalty as well as the city's most fashionable boutiques and art salons arranged in old 18th-century building façades. Admire the beautiful streets and impressive classical and Renaissance cathedrals. Then, enjoy an excellent photo opportunity with a stunning panorama along the Neva's embankments. By the city's Rostral Columns you will have a view of the 5 buildings of the State Hermitage Museum, the Admiralty, and St. Isaac's Cathedral. From here, you will visit the most splendid architectural masterpieces in Saint Petersburg: the Fine Arts Square, the magnificent Church of Resurrection on Spilled Blood, the Field of Mars, the Alexanderinsky Drama Theater, Smolny Cathedral, the Classical Senate building, the Bronze Horseman, and much more. Enjoy the beauty of the third largest square in the world - the Palace Square, home to the Winter Palace and the Alexander Column. During this tour, you will also visit the Peter and Paul Fortress, the oldest construction in Saint Petersburg. The Peter and Paul Fortress was originally created to protect the city, but was eventually used as a political prison. The Peter and Paul Cathedral is a unique example of Russian 18th-century architecture that has remained intact. For almost two centuries, it served as a burial-place for Russian emperors. The last Russian tsar - Nicholas II - and his family were buried in the cathedral's small St. Catherine chapel in 1998.
IncludesHotel pickup and drop-off Air-conditioned vehicle Professional licensed guide Entrance fees for Peter and Paul Fortress, Cathedral, and Bastion Food and drinks
- This is a small group tour of between 2 and 18 people
- This tour is available for all hotel guests and for tourists with a Russian visa
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