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Let’s travel to the Russian cultural and educational center – St. Petersburg! St. Petersburg tours are about to inspire you! Stunning sightseeing tours, museums and galleries are just unusual and always attracts to travel to St. Petersburg! “The Venice of the North” – that’s how this city is called by locals and travelers, who are taking tours in St. Petersburg.
Tours in St. Petersburg offer to visit the majestic Winter Palace, enjoy Russian folklore shows, travel to the famous Hermitage Museum. Take a trip with canal cruise and enjoy peaceful atmosphere while visiting St. Petersburg. Travel to St. Petersburg and try out Russian national cuisine. Discover new destinations with a tour guide by taking one of St. Petersburg tours. Believe us, you will love it and will be excited to travel to St. Petersburg even more! Don’t forget to visit St. Petersburg breathtaking St. Isaac’s Cathedral and Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood. Yes, tours in St. Petersburg will make you fall in love with Russia! Visit The Russian Museum, because it proves a saying by Peter the Great, that St. Petersburg is a window to the West. We are offering various tour packages and additional low cost trips with many destinations, that you can explore with a group.
Get on St. Petersburg tours and explore it in the best way possible! Choose one of our suitable tour packages for a holidays in St. Petersburg and get the best sightseeing tours in St. Petersburg for a reasonable price. So are you ready to have some fresh travel experience and spend your holidays in St. Petersburg? Go on, have fun and visit St. Petersburg! Our travel guides will take care of you and a group of your friends, during your trip.
Population: 5 028 000 (2013)
Area: 606 km2
Density: 8 297 /km2
Postal code: 190000-199406
Area code: +7 812
Rank in the country: 82nd in Russia
The State Hermitage Museum is definitely among the most recommended places to visit in Russia as it is the second largest museum in the whole world. The astonishingly beautiful Winter Palace holds the largest collection of painting in the world that is close to 3 million. Besides, there are not many such cool places in the world to visit as Hermitage because it has around 50 cats employed in the museum as the caretakers of the art pieces, and what could beat that?
Peterhof Palace is yet another amazing place to visit in Russia since it is a series of palaces and gardens sometimes referred as the ‘Russian Versailles’. It is one of the St. Petersburg’s most famous and popular visitor attractions as it appeals to both the minimalist and the longing for grandeur eye. From the outside, it is beige and white and has minimal decoration, but once inside the pompous Ballrooms and Crown Rooms, you will quickly understand why it is one of the most historically marked and beautiful places to visit.
The Church of the Spilt Blood is one of the most famous visited places in St Petersburg adored for its ornately decorated onion domes and fascinating mosaics housed within. The church is often compared to the famous St Basil Cathedral in Moscow and is labelled as the most “Russian” church in the city. The church is situated in the city center and is easily reachable from the Nevsky Prospekt metro station. On top of this, the church has one of the biggest mosaic collections in the world so it no doubt is a place one just cannot miss while traveling in St Petersburg!
St Isaac’s Cathedral is among the highly recommended places to visit in St Petersburg because of its amazing architecture. Built in 40 years in the beginning of the 19th century, the church still amazes everyone with it huge golden dome, a vast ceiling painting and St Catherine’s Chapel, a hybrid of Baroque and Classical styles. Moreover, it offers beautiful views of St Petersburg from its gilded viewing platform so you get a chance to not only admire the cathedral itself but also the amazing panoramic views of the city.
The Russian Museum holds the biggest collection of Russian fine art in the city. It is housed in the neoclassical Mikhailovsky Palace, the Marble Palace, the Mikhailovsky Castle, the Stroganov Palace and the Benois Wing. Woah, so many interesting places to explore just within one museum, right? It is also easily reachable from the Nevsky Prospekt metro station, which is just a one more reason to visit it.
Stroganoff Steak House is located near the St. Isaac’s Cathedral that offers huge steaks and chops alongside with Russia’s famous beef stroganoff. The imported cuts from Australia, New Zealand are dry aged and hand butchered which makes the dishes hard to forget. It is also one of the top places to eat because it has a special children’s room so you can really enjoy your meal!
Literary Cafe is a great place serving a great mixture of both Russian and European dishes so will definitely find something to please your stomach. It is also a great pick because this up-scale restaurant is located in the very center of the city so you can enjoy best of St. Petersburg while eating.
Yat is situated near the Hermitage so it is a great place to gather back your strength after the amazing palace tour. The restaurant serves a great variety of traditional dishes as well as an impressive range of flavoured vodkas – Russia’s signature drink – to try out.
Teplo is a top place to eat at full not only of great dishes but of unexpected props such as table football and child’s playroom. It is a great restaurant for delicious breakfast lovers because it is served up till 1pm on weekends and vegetarians because there are plenty of vegetarian choices in the menu.
Cafe Idiot is one of the most famous cafes in the city because it is reminiscent of the area that the famous writer Dostoevsky lived and wrote in. Accordingly, it is named after his famous novel “The Idiot” and so is a great place for any literature or an outstanding quality coffee lover!
Watch a Ballet at Mariinsky Theatre which was once called The Imperial Ballet of Russia because of the insanely talented ballet companies. It is one of the most prestigious ballet theaters in the world, so be sure not to miss out on a once in a lifetime experience while visiting St Petersburg.
Go on a boat trip around St. Petersburg because it offers one of the best ways to see the city’s magnificent architecture. St. Petersburg is crisscrossed by several rivers and canals which allows to choose from different routes and tours depending on what exactly you want to see. See for yourself why St. Petersburg is referred to as yet another Venice of the North.
Visit the Palace Square and explore one of the most monumental open sites in the city. It is considered the city’s main square and is great for those who like to take some amazing photos in their travels because stunningly grand neo-classic building surrounding the square will let you do just that.
Take a walk in the Nevsky Prospekt – the main street of St Petersburg that crosses the city centre from east to west. By strolling down the grand catwalk, you will get a chance to see many of the city’s iconic buildings and feel what life in one of Russia’s most famous cities looks like.
Visit Vasilevskiy Island if you are up for seeing some unique, a bit bizarre but captivating nonetheless attractions. Here on the river side you will find a pair of 15th century sphinxes from Egypt and a museum of biological oddities exhibiting the skeleton and heart of Peter the Great’s gigantic personal servant. A bit spooky but a lot intriguing at the same time.
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