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Grand Tour of St Petersburg

Grand Tour of St Petersburg - St. Petersburg, Russian Federation
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Duration: 3 hours
Location: St. Petersburg, Russian Federation

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$32.48

The Grand Tour of St Petersburg offers visitors the opportunity to take in as much as possible of the city in a 3-hour sightseeing: a complete tour of St Petersburg's most famous sites from the comfort of a car or mini van and with a knowledgeable and experienced guide. The tour is an excellent introduction to St Petersburg -- the second largest and most beautiful city in Russia ... More info ›

The Grand Tour of St Petersburg offers visitors the opportunity to take in as much as possible of the city in a 3-hour sightseeing: a complete tour of St Petersburg's most famous sites from the comfort of a car or mini van and with a knowledgeable and experienced guide. The tour is an excellent introduction to St Petersburg -- the second largest and most beautiful city in Russia. Over almost 300 years of its history St Petersburg accumulated all the grandeur of the Russian Imperial Court and became one of the largest centers of culture and science. Numbers are limited to six people on this small-group tour, ensuring you'll receive personalized attention from your guide.

You have the option to combine the Grand Tour St Petersburg with the following tours:

    • Grand Tour St Petersburg + Peter and Paul's Fortress
      The Peter and Paul Fortress - the oldest and most historical construction in Saint Petersburg and put up for fortification purposes but never been attacked. It had for almost two centuries served as a burial place for Russian emperors. The last Russian tsar, Nicholas II, and his family were buried in the cathedral's small St Catherine chapel in 1998.

    • Grand Tour St Petersburg and St Isaac's Cathedral
      St Petersburg Highlights Tour visiting magnificent St Isaac's Cathedral, formerly the Russia's principal cathedral.

    • Grand Tour St Petersburg and Hermitage Museum
      Hermitage - the second largest art museum in the world and the main tourist attraction of St Petersburg. See all the great masterpieces of the world's art in several hours with a comment of a knowledgeable expert-guide.

  • Grand Tour St Petersburg, Peter and Paul's Fortress, St Isaac's Cathedral,Savior-on-blood Church , Lunch and Hermitage Museum
    Comprehensive all-day tour of St Petersburg sites, including Peter and Paul Fortress and Cathedral, spectacular St Isaac's Cathedral, an elegant lunch and a 2-hour guided excursion to the famous Hermitage Museum.

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Small-Group Moscow City Walking Tour

Small-Group Moscow City Walking Tour - Moscow, Russia
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Duration: 2 hours
Location: Moscow, Russia

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$35.50

See the stand-out sights of Moscow’s Red Square, Nikolskaya Street and Alexandrovsky Garden on a 2-hour small-group walking tour! While listening to captivating commentary about the Russian capital, scout out some of Moscow’s top attractions to learn about their history and take photos. See St Basil’s Cathedral, the Kremlin, Lenin’s Tomb and the Bolshoi Theatre alongside other lesser-known but equally laudable landmarks.
Numbers are limited to 10 on this small-group tour ensuring personalized attention from a guide.

Meet your guide near the Bolshoi Theater in central Moscow, and then set off with your small group to explore the Russian capital ... More info ›

See the stand-out sights of Moscow’s Red Square, Nikolskaya Street and Alexandrovsky Garden on a 2-hour small-group walking tour! While listening to captivating commentary about the Russian capital, scout out some of Moscow’s top attractions to learn about their history and take photos. See St Basil’s Cathedral, the Kremlin, Lenin’s Tomb and the Bolshoi Theatre alongside other lesser-known but equally laudable landmarks.
Numbers are limited to 10 on this small-group tour ensuring personalized attention from a guide.

Meet your guide near the Bolshoi Theater in central Moscow, and then set off with your small group to explore the Russian capital. As you walk, listen to tales of the history, architecture, culture and politics that make Moscow the hotbed of intrigue that it is today.
While enjoying the entertaining commentary, discover a collection of Moscow’s finest attractions and historical landmarks. Stroll through Red Square, the beautiful plaza that represents the heart of the city, and hear of Soviet parades and protests that have taken place there over the years. The candy-colored domes of St Basil’s Cathedral stand out as you enter Red Square, so wander over to the extravagant landmark for a close-up view.
As much a city icon as the Kremlin, the cathedral was built to wow and its attention-grabbing architecture and design make for unforgettable photos. Pose against St Basil’s colorful façade, and then continue through Red Square to Lenin’s Tomb, the final resting place of Russia’s (arguably) most radical communist leader.
Pass the State History Museum, where Stone Age-era Russian artifacts are housed, and see one of the country’s first department stores: GUM. Amble out of Red Square and make your way along Nikolskaya Street, admiring its chic boutiques and stately-looking buildings, and stop for photos outside the famous Bolshoi Theatre, a site synonymous with ballet, theater and scandal.
Continue with a walk through Alexandrovsky Garden to see the Kremlin’s walls and towers, and visit the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier where the Changing of the Guard Ceremony takes place. Throw a coin in the garden’s ruined grotto for luck while hearing stories of the Kremlin: the symbol of the Russian state and one of the world’s most fascinating architectural complexes.
After two hours exploring the city, work your way back to the start point and bid your guide goodbye as your tour finishes.

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City Sightseeing Moscow Hop-On Hop-Off Tour with Optional Cruise

City Sightseeing Moscow Hop-On Hop-Off Tour with Optional Cruise - Moscow, Russian Federation
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Duration: 2 days
Location: Moscow, Russian Federation

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$29.67

There is no better way to see Moscow than on a double-decker, hop-on hop-off City Sightseeing bus! See top Moscow attractions on this comprehensive sightseeing tour, such as Red Square, Pushkin Fine Arts Museum, Red October and much more. Hop on and off as many times as you like at any of the nine stops around Russia’s intriguing capital city for a full 2 days of sightseeing!

A city of contradictions, Moscow can easily be considered Eastern Europe’s most fascinating urban destination ... More info ›

There is no better way to see Moscow than on a double-decker, hop-on hop-off City Sightseeing bus! See top Moscow attractions on this comprehensive sightseeing tour, such as Red Square, Pushkin Fine Arts Museum, Red October and much more. Hop on and off as many times as you like at any of the nine stops around Russia’s intriguing capital city for a full 2 days of sightseeing!

A city of contradictions, Moscow can easily be considered Eastern Europe’s most fascinating urban destination. Boasting the most billionaires per capita in the world, the ostentatious capital of Russia is home to fairy-tale palaces and luxury hotels alongside scattered reminders from its turbulent Soviet past. A haven for history buffs, the city screams sightseeing opportunities on every corner – perfect for discovering on your Moscow hop-on hop-off bus tour.

Aboard a comfortable, open-top, double-decker City Sightseeing bus, admire top Moscow attractions, such as the must-see Red Square – the scene of many military parades during the city’s Soviet era, and home to gorgeous St Basil’s Cathedral. Pass the lavishly elegant Alexandra Garden or perhaps hop off at the Pushkin Fine Arts Museum.

With your 2-day ticket, you can remain on the bus for the entire loop (60 minutes) as you listen to the informative audio commentary, or, you can hop on and off at any of the nine stops around the city to explore Moscow’s numerous museums, gardens and squares.

City Sightseeing Moscow Hop-On Hop-Off Tour Stops:

• Bolotnaya Square
• Big Stone Bridge
• Pushin Fine Arts Museum
• Kropotkinskaya Metro Station
• Arbatskaya Square
• Alexandra Garden
• New Square
• Red Square
• Red October

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Block of three major squares in Saint-Petersburg downtown area

Block of three major squares in Saint-Petersburg downtown area - St. Petersburg, Russia

Duration: 3 to 5 hours
Location: St. Petersburg, Russia

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$80.00

Enjoy the beautiful ensemble of three major city squares, which are located back to back to each other, being  the only "block of squares" in the world. Learn the story of the creation of the Admiralty shipyard, which was founded at the same time when the history of St.Petersburg started, find out how Peter the Great's decision not to let anyone built around Admiralty, except those who worked there, in order to prevent a sneak attack by enemies resulted in creating vast empty space around it, which was latter turned into the ensemble of three majestic squares, tying up the whole area with different buildings, monuments, streets, squares and embankments.

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Stop At: Palace Square (Dvortsovaya Ploshchad), St ... More info ›

Enjoy the beautiful ensemble of three major city squares, which are located back to back to each other, being  the only "block of squares" in the world. Learn the story of the creation of the Admiralty shipyard, which was founded at the same time when the history of St.Petersburg started, find out how Peter the Great's decision not to let anyone built around Admiralty, except those who worked there, in order to prevent a sneak attack by enemies resulted in creating vast empty space around it, which was latter turned into the ensemble of three majestic squares, tying up the whole area with different buildings, monuments, streets, squares and embankments.

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Stop At: Palace Square (Dvortsovaya Ploshchad), St. Petersburg, Northwestern District

Palace square the beautiful example of high Empire classical style ensemble, created by Carlo Rossi, an architect who managed to tie up the whole area into a single whole, when you can not add or subtract anything to or from it without ruining the singularity of purpouse, which was to glorify the seat of Russian autocracy- Winter Palace with all the surrounding ministries, such as military- General Staff and Horse-guards buildings, foreign affairs and ,ministry of finance-which are now part of Hermitage museum complex.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: The Building Of The Admiralty, St. Petersburg, Northwestern District

It is hardly surprising that present Admiralty building, which occupies the foot print of former fortified wharf, the word for which came from Dutch, along with other nautical terms, such as matros- ship's hand, skipper-helmsman, gavan-harbour, farvater-fairway and even flot-fleet was first mentioned in Peter's personal diary on November 5, 1704, shortly after city's foundation. Though rebuilt several times in 18th and 19th centuries, the original design was sketched by Peter himself, who had seen great number of wharves in Netherlands and understood them well. Built in Palladian grandiose Empire style and having the length of the facade 400 meters by Adrian Zacharov, European trained architect, who managed it to look not so monotonous in spite of its length, using perfect proportions of protruding parts and central tower with soaring golden spire tipped with the model of the first ship, built in Russia, which also serves as weathervane, designed by Dutchman Harman de Boles, is still one of the most recognizable symbols of St.Petersburg.

Duration: 30 minutes

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Travel back in time by walking on Nevskyi prospect in Saint Petersburg

Travel back in time by walking on Nevskyi prospect in Saint Petersburg - Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation

Duration: 4 hours
Location: Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation

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$40.00

Walk along Nevskii prospect, which is compared to a spinal cord of the city and learn how this former supply road was gradually turning from a wild boar and wolves hunting ground into the most fashionable St.Petersburg avenue. See beautiful ensembles which consist of buildings belonging to every style, that were used by many of the chief architects of St.Petersburg during its 300 history ... More info ›

Walk along Nevskii prospect, which is compared to a spinal cord of the city and learn how this former supply road was gradually turning from a wild boar and wolves hunting ground into the most fashionable St.Petersburg avenue. See beautiful ensembles which consist of buildings belonging to every style, that were used by many of the chief architects of St.Petersburg during its 300 history. Observe how they developed from the first baroque palaces on the former outskirts of the city to classical ensembles of the Empire style capital, interspersed with eclectic, representing different historical trends and modern style buildings at the beginning of XX-th century. It was a street of "many faiths" where Russian Orthodox churches stand near Protestant, Catholic and Lutheran cathedrals. It was a street of commerce with its first shopping malls and headquarters of banks, credit and insurance organizations. Libraries, theaters, bookstores and concert halls made it a cultural capital of Russia.

Take a walk with me alongside Nevskii prospect-main avenue of St.Petersburg, which used to be called a "big perspective road" connecting the Admiralty shipyard with the rest of Russia. We gonna see the ensembles surrounding Nevskyi, built by high classical architect Rossi, such as Ostrovsky square with Catherine the Great monument in the middle, with all her trusted advisors surrounding pedestal under her feet, with the first drama theater at the background and street of perfect proportions behind it, where everything, including hight, width and length is in relationships to everything else, but consisting of just two buildings on each side, one of them being Royal academy of ballet, where all the famous ballerinas graduated from. Next ensemble, adjacent to Nevskyi, built by ubiquitous Rossi is an Art square with monument to Pushkin the most famous Russian poet, whose marriage to the foremost beauty in St.Petersburg lead to his death at the duel is one of the most dramatic pages in Russian history. We going to see Our Lady of Kazan cathedral, built by Russian architect as а Russian orthodox church, but in Roman style, because the tzar, who commissioned it, Paul I, wanted to become the next Pope himself. We will see art nouveau buildings of the turn of the 20th century, such as Eliseev food emporium, which started as a small market and grew into the whole complex with theater, concert hall and fashionable restaurants, beautifully decorated inside and outside. We will see Signer Sewing machines building, which were built as a headquarters of the company but not in American skype scraper style, because no building supposed to be higher, than Winter palace and that's why we have unique UNESCO protected by putting it on heritage list St.Petersburg skyline. We gonna see the Wavelberg italian palazzo style building built by sweedish banker with stones he hauled all the way from Sweeden, but was criticised for it, because natural stones of grey colour might be good for Italy where blue skies and sunshine are prevalent most of the time, but not for St.Petersburg, where they are a rear ocassion. We travel back in time to see where enormous 2000 thousand room Winter palace made of wood for Elizabeth, while the present version made of stone was still under construction, stood and how chance meeting with one of the Orlov's brothers, who were guards officers there, turned the fate of little known Grand Dutchess who eventually became Catherine the Great. We see a Stroganoff mansion, built by the family, which owned half of Siberia, and had an open house dinners there, prepared by chef from whom this slowly stewed beef recipe come from. We'll see a little cafe, which has to do with death or misfortune of the best Russian poet, writer and composer. Learn this and much more by taking a leisurely stroll along Nevskyi prospect and surrounding squares.

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House of Romanov royal mysteries

House of Romanov royal mysteries - Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation

Duration: 4 hours
Location: Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation

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$40.00

Enjoy a walk around shady alleys, lined with beautiful sculptures of the Summer and Michailovskyi garden, that was a part of the former. See the place where Peter himself planted trees and designed the layout of his future garden, which was to rival Versailles and became a playing ground for future emperors ... More info ›

Enjoy a walk around shady alleys, lined with beautiful sculptures of the Summer and Michailovskyi garden, that was a part of the former. See the place where Peter himself planted trees and designed the layout of his future garden, which was to rival Versailles and became a playing ground for future emperors. Find out stories, connected with the House of Romanov dynasty, which ruled Russia till the XX-th century. We visit places surrounded by intrigue, mysteries, plots and even murder as it was too often during Russian history. Visit one of the most romantic places in St.Petersburg, St. Michael's castle, which was designed by Paul in order to protect himself from plotters, but still he could not escape his destiny and died a tragic death according to all the prophecies that predicted it. We visit Saviour on the Blood, a Russian revival-style cathedral, which was built on the same exact spot where Alexandr II (the Liberator) was blown up by a bomb, thrown by the hand of a terrorist.

We visit the marble palace, the only one faced with natural stone, red granite, glowing in a setting sun as an afterglow of their affair and which was a parting gift from Catherine the Great to one of her lovers-Grigory Orlov one of the 5 brothers, who brought her to power and later may be even initiated the killing of her deposed husband, because he wanted to marry her, but couldn't do it while Peter III was still alive. We visit St. Michael castle, construction of which cost more than Winter Palace and Hermitage, surrounded by moats and guns built by paranoid Paul I who had every reason to be afraid of assassination and moved in quckly before it was finished only to be killed there by plotters and former associates of his mother. We learn the story of Paul I, "Russian Hamlet" Catherin's sociopathic son, who turned this way because, separated from his own mother at birth and living in constant fear under the shadow of his usurping throne mother, only could guess whether she gave an order to kill her husband and his father. We learn how Alexandr I, son of Paul, called “Russian sphinx” most controversial of Russian tzars, torn between his grandmother’s grooming him for the throne with the help of most progressive liberal thinkers of that age at big court and his father military obsessed Prussian sergeant style goose step drilling in small court, became very religious at the end of his life and marched across whole Europe to liberate it from menace of Antichrist personified as Napoleon, but failed to carry out reforms that he so enthusiastically started in his own country at the outset of his reign. How he from liberal reformer turned into conservative religious thinker and protector of thrones and altars in Europe who according to a legend, that became popular after his death, didn't even die but became a hermit monk in Siberia. We learn about Alexandr II, son of Nicolas I , who gave freedom to serfs, living in worse conditions and the number of whom were far superior to slaves liberated by “annunciation of proclamation act”, and who was caring project of future constitution in his pocket the day he was killed by terrorist’s bomb. And how this assassination of Alexander II, changed the course of Russian history yet again from liberal reforms to slavophile ways, based on special bonding between the tzar and the people and not on democratic institutions. These pre-Petrine Moscovite ways adhered to by successor of killed tzar, Alexander III, the most typical Russian tzar, who could bent horseshoes with his bare hands and whoes equestrian colossal representation we will see, found their embodiment in  "The Saviour on Spilled Blood” built by him on exact spot of his father assassination inside the church, which became his memorial.

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