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Off season offer

✔Available from November, 1 to April, 10!

November-March is a low season in St Petersburg. Most travelers prefer warmer weather to visit Russia, plus the navigation season with many cruise ships make summer really busy . So, if you are brave enough to come in winter you’ll definitely find some advantages and the main one is that museums are not overcrowded. This is the reason why it’s possible to offer a flexible day at this time of the year. If your entrance tickets are not prebooked in summer, you can spend a long time standing in line for the major museums. In winter very often it takes just a few minutes to get a ticket,even if some waiting time it’s not too bad.

Cold winter days can be very beautiful here, just put the right clothes on.

Days off:

  •  Hermitage museum - Monday;

  •  Catherine Palace - Tuesday and last Monday of every month;

  •  Saviour on the Blood, St. Isaac’s Cathedral, Peter and Paul Cathedral in the fortress - Wednesday;

Approximate time of school holidays, when museums can be very busy with schoolchildren groups:

 ✔ November - first week

 ✔ January — first two weeks

 ✔ March – last week

Half Day Tour with Your Guide and Driver

4 hours

Meet your guide in the lobby of your hotel and go to explore the city. If you have limited free time in the city or just want a short introduction to explore the city on your own it is a good option for you. It can be a comprehensive city tour just with picture stops or with inside visit to one or several places, like Savior on the Blood Church, St Isaac’s Cathedral or Peter and Paul Fortress. Or another museum in the downtown you choose.

200 USD for a group 1-5 pax.

230 USD for a group 6-10 pax.

Included: guiding, comfortable car/mini van/mini bus

Not included: admission fees to museums

Full Day with Your Guide and Driver

8 hours

Meet your guide in the lobby of your hotel and go to explore the city. It is your day, so we’re following your wishes! It is good for travelers who love to play by ear. Of course we can always help to plan your day efficiently. Full day and private transportation makes it possible to see quite a lot. You can do a city tour, see all main sights, visit Peter and Paul Fortress, Savior on the Blood Church, St Isaac’s Cathedral and still have time for the main highlights in the Hermitage.

330 USD for a group 1-5 pax.

380 USD for a group 6-10 pax.

Included: guiding, comfortable car/mini van/mini bus

Not included: admission fees to museums

Half Day Walking Tour

4hours

Flexible time in the downtown with your guide. Good start of your St Petersburg holidays if you love walking. Two different options are suggestions, you can offer your own plan.

Grand St Petersburg – option one is to see main squares of St Petersburg – Palace Square with the Winter Palace and Alexander Column, St Isaac’s Square, Senate (Decembrists) Square with the Bronze Horseman. St Isaac’s Cathedral (can go inside as well, admission fee),Neva River, Nevsky Prospect, Savior on the Blood Church (can go inside as well, admission fee), souvenir market, Art Square, Kazan Cathedral, Singer Building, Yeliseev grocery store, monument to Catherine the Great. It can be interesting to take a short subway trip or to see a food market.

Vasilievsky Island - option two is to take a walk on Vasilievsky Island, the largest island of St Petersburg, which was planned as a downtown by Peter the Great. You’ll see streets (we call them lines), which used to be canals, “typical house for middle class” survived from the days of Peter the Great, 18 th century St Andrew’s Cathedral and a market with a food court next to it, smallest street in the city, Academy of Arts, Palace of Alexander Menshikov, first governor of St Petersburg and a friend of Peter the Great. Take a subway trip to feel like a local.

110 USD for a group from 1 to 10 pax.

Included: guiding

Not included: admission fees to museums if you decide to go inside