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Standard City Tour Standard City Tour
An exciting 3-hour coaching tour of a city, rightfully described as «Northern Venice» or «Pearl of the Baltic». More about Standard City Tour

Thematic City tour Thematic City tour
In St. Petersburg, it is well known that every stone is a monument and every house a museum, and the palace-park ensembles in the area of the Northern Capital are so numerous that a month is not enough to see all of them. More about Thematic City tour

Night City tour Night City tour
St. Petersburg is famous for its White Nights. During White Nights, when a faint twilight takes the place of night darkness, the streets, squares and embankments acquire a unique charm. More about Night City tour

Rivers and canals of Saint-Petersburg Rivers and canals of Saint-Petersburg
A new perspective on the city can be gained from water-level and the boat trips visit some areas of the city that might not be reached on ground. More about Rivers and canals of Saint-Petersburg

The Cathedral of SS Peter & Paul The Cathedral of SS Peter & Paul
The Cathedral of SS Peter & Paul (1712-1733), with its landmark needle-thin spire, magnificent Baroque interior and burial site for most of the pre-Revolutionary Russian leaders, is well worth seeing. More about The Cathedral of SS Peter & Paul

St Isaac's Cathedral St Isaac's Cathedral
St. Isaac's Cathedral was originally the city's main church and the largest cathedral in Russia. It was built between 1818 and 1858, by the French-born architect Auguste Montferrand, to be one of the most impressive landmarks of the Russian Imperial capital. More about St Isaac's Cathedral

The Church of Our Saviour on Blood The Church of Our Saviour on Blood
This marvelous Old Russian-style church was built on the spot where Emperor Alexander II was assassinated on March 1, 1881. Built in 1883-1907, the church was designed in the spirit of sixteenth- and seventeenth century Russian architecture, inspired particularly by St Basil's Cathedral on Red Square in Moscow. More about The Church of Our Saviour on Blood

Alexandro-Nevsky Monastery Alexandro-Nevsky Monastery
Historic and revitalized Alexander Nevsky Monastery is a beautiful complex of churches dating back to the time of the city's founding and prestigious cemeteries that house the graves of some of Russia's historic cultural giants including Tchaikovsky, Dostoyevsky, Glinka and others. More about Alexandro-Nevsky Monastery

St. Nicholas Cathedral St. Nicholas Cathedral
Nikolskiy Naval Cathedral is the masterpiece that combines baroque style with elements of traditional Russian architecture. It was built under project of architect S. Tchevakinskiy on the place of navy parade ground. More about St. Nicholas Cathedral

The Yusupov Palace The Yusupov Palace
On a quiet stretch of the Moika River stands a long yellow building, which was once the residence of the wealthy and respected Yusupov family and which saw one of the most dramatic episodes in Russia's history - the murder of Grigory Rasputin. More about The Yusupov Palace

Smolny cathedral Smolny cathedral
The Smolny ensemble includes a number of structures put up at different times. This territory on the Neva bank, opposite the Nienschanz Fortress put up by the Swedes in the 17th century, was allotted for the tar-yard (Smolyanoi dvor); tar was stored and smelted there for the needs of the Admiralty. More about Smolny cathedral

Kazan Cathedral Kazan Cathedral
The Kazan Cathedral is outstanding example of the early 19th-century Russian architecture, erected on the site of a small stone church to hold the ancient icon of Our Lady of Kazan. More about Kazan Cathedral


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