First Time in St. Petersburg Tour
Peter I The Great Equestrian Statue - "The Bronze Horseman"
Winter Palace (nowadays - Hermitage Museum), main entrance
Palace Square Aerial View
St. Isaak Cathedral
St. Isaak Cathedral Interior
Peter and Paul Fortress
See the best of the Northern Venice at a glance!
Coming to St. Petersburg for the first time? Cannot decide what exciting things you need to see, and which can wait? We already have this planned for you. Only the best and the brightest sights along the historical core of St.Petersburg. Your journey awaits.
Museum admissions / per adult:
- Peter and Paul fortress 500 Rubles
- St.Isaac’s Cathedral 350 Rubles
- Church on Spilled Blood 350 Rubles
Discounted tickets for children and ISIC card-holders
- Split of Basil’s Island
- Rostral Columns
- Peter and Paul Fortress (visit)
- Nevskiy Prospect
- River Neva
- Winter Palace
- Admiralty Building
- Kazan Cathedral
- Art’s Square
- St.Isaac’s Cathedral (visit)
- Church on Spilled Blood (visit)
- Bronze Horseman
On this journey, behold architectural marvels of “Venice of the North” that is filled with historical artifacts along with stunning buildings and breathtaking views!
Our expert guide will show you the best of the intriguing St. Petersburg and reveal a great deal of its history.
The Peter and Paul fortress from which the construction of the future Russian capital for 300 years started, will astonish you with its heritage and a functioning mint factory. The Saint Peter and Paul's Cathedral is a unique place because it is a burial-vault of many Russian emperors, including the family of the last one, Nikolas II. Another attraction of the city, one of the most impressive cathedrals in the world, St. Isaac’s Cathedral, that now is museum, awaits you; it dominates the city view of St.Petersburg historical part and will definitely dominate your heart by its fascinating mosaics, gilding, sculptures and semi-precious stone decor.
The marvel of Russian architecture: The Church of Our Savior on the Spilled Blood truly stands out among mostly Neoclassical and Baroque buildings of the city. Magnificent awe-inspiring detailed mosaics will flabbergast you!
St. Petersburg is ready to unveil its treasures for you!