St.Petersburg (Russia)

St. Petersburg is considered as the second russian capital and one of the most interesting cities of Russia. Ambiece and architecture really impress. Of course you will like this marvelous city!

We offer complete service in St. Petersburg:

- Meeting at airport (Pulkovo) and transfer to hotel.
- Meeting at railway station (Moskovsky, Finlandsky or Ladozhsky) and transfer to hotel.

- Meeting at seaport and transfer to hotel.
- Privat city guide service. You'll be able to visit main St. Petersburg sightseeings.

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The Peter and Paul Fortress

The Peter and Paul Fortress was founded in 1703 by Peter the Great and built under the guidance of Domenico Trezzini from 1706-1740. Until the 20th century it was used as a prison for especially dangerous state criminals. The fortress is one of the main symbols of the city because of its historical importance and the date of foundation of the fortress considered the founding date of St .Petersburg. It is a great place you must see in the heart of the northern capital.


St. Isaac's Cathedral

St. Isaac's Cathedral is an outstanding example of Russian religious art. It is one of the most beautiful and significant dome structures not only in Russia but also in the world. Its size is comparable to St. Peter's Basilica in Rome, St. Paul's in London and St. Mary's in Florence. The height of the temple - 101, 5 meters, and the total weight is up to three hundred thousand tons. The area is 4000 square meters and can accommodate 12,000 people. Before the 1917 revolution St. Isaac's Cathedral was the main cathedral of St. Petersburg, and only after 1937 turned into a history and art museum.

Nowadays many tourists climb to the colonnade of St. Isaac's Cathedral. Breaking only some 256 steps, you can see an amazing view of the city from the height of 43 meters.


The Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood

The Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood is a museum and a monument to Russian architecture. It was built by the order of Alexander III on the place where the March 1, 1881 Alexander II (called the King Liberator, for the abolition of serfdom) was mortally wounded. The height of the church is 81 meters. This number represents the year of the death of the tsar.

In the Soviet period, it was used as a storage. Now it is fully restored and impresses with its internal and external views. So it is a good place to visit.


 The Hermitage
The Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg is one of the most famous museums not only in the northern capital, but throughout the world. It has a rich collection and it is one of the most visited museums in the world like the Louvre, the Metropolitan and the British Museum.
Currently, the museum's collection includes more than 3 million exhibits. Principally they are paintings and sculptures, artware, and other works of art. It would take eight years to explore the entire collection. For inspection of all exposures it need to pass more than 20 kilometers.
So, being in St. Petersburg, take some hours to visit this famous place.


The Peterhof.
Peterhof is famous for its fountains, palace and park ensemble.
The idea of ​​creating suburban royal residence, which would not giving in Versailles in France, came to Peter the Great in 1714. The general planning of parks and palaces of Peterhof belongs to the emperor. Already in 1723 it was the grand opening of Peterhof.The seaside residence of Emperor Peter admired Europe no less than the new capital - St. Petersburg. Beautiful panorama opens to Peterhof from the sea.
It is impossible to describe all the attractions of Peterhof briefly. So you should see Peterhof with your own eyes. You will like this great and beautiful place.


A boat trip.
If you want to spend time in St. Petersburg interesting and unforgivable, you just have to walk along the rivers and canals of this amazing city.
St.Petersburg is situated on 42 islands, washed more than 80 rivers, channels and canals. There are more than 300 bridges. And therefore they call the city as Venice of the North.
The water area of St. Petersburg amazingly beautiful - no wonder guests of the city are so fond of the river trips. The richness and the beauty of the city clearly visible from the deck of the ship.