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  • St. Petersburg: Hermitage Museum Self-Guided Tour & Tickets

    1. St. Petersburg: Hermitage Museum Self-Guided Tour & Tickets

    Use your self-guided audio tour to discover the main chambers and the most famous works of art at the Hermitage Museum. See the living quarters of the imperial family, the Pavilion Hall with the Peacock Clock, and the Malachite drawing-room. Climb the Grand Staircase made of white marble and explore a vast collection of artwork from across Europe. Ranging from prehistoric crafts to works of modern art, use your audio-guide to learn more about the extensive collections on display. The self-guided tour is designed for 1.5-2 hours, but you can stay in the Hermitage Museum for as long as you wish to discover even more beautiful interiors and unique exhibits.

  • St. Petersburg: Raising Drawbridges Night Boat Tour

    2. St. Petersburg: Raising Drawbridges Night Boat Tour

    This night trip that travels under raised bridges will let you fully embrace the beautiful views of St. Petersburg by night.  Marvel at architectural ensembles, view the unique shape of the St. Petersburg skyline with a recognizable string of spires and domes and see a variety of bridges. During the cruise, see palaces and noble mansions, notable cathedrals in the city, the hand-made island of New Holland, the building of Mariinsky Theatre, the renovated Chinezelli circus, the granite walls of the Peter and Paul's Fortress and the gold-plated spire of the Peter and Paul's Cathedral. The views you see will take your breath away. Views that are particularly fabulous from the water are the ingenious ensemble of the spit of the Basils Island, the peculiar pattern of the Summer Garden fence, the mysterious St.Michaels Castle, and the square of the seven bridges. Join this tour and enjoy an ...

    Raising bridges is a remarkable event to see, tickets are very easily and quickly provided via the GetYourGuide app. The only suggestion is, given that it is cold at night, it would be good to provide and offer visitors a blanket, for example, before the end of the ride it was very cold for me.

  • St Petersburg: Peterhof Museum Park Ticket and Audioguide

    3. St Petersburg: Peterhof Museum Park Ticket and Audioguide

    Travel to the kingdom of fountains and see the most interesting things in the Lower Park of Peterhof! Your tour will begin with a dive into the history of Peterhof at the Orangery fountain. Then you will go on a journey through the Lower Park, see the Chess Mountain cascade, visit one of the most “dangerous” places in the park - “Water Road” and the “Dubok” and “Umbrella” fire fountains. Walk through the beautiful Monplaisir Garden and admire the beautiful panorama of the Gulf of Finland and St. Petersburg. You will learn the history of the fountains "Adam" and "Eve", passing between which you will have a breathtaking view of the Grand Cascade and the Peterhof Palace. You will walk in the garden of Venus, see the Marly Palace and the "Labyrinth" - the most secluded place in the park. You will find the most unusual monument to Peter I with a small child in her arms and learn its history...

    The palace and gardens were beautiful but despite paying for foreign citizen tickets we were only offered Russian audio guides. There are places where it's not permitted to take photos but you're given out to in Russian as there are no English signs.Found myself shooed on a lot which was frustrating when trying to take photos. Almost a full day is required to really see everything. Upper garden at the time of our visit was under renovation but we were not informed before purchasing our tickets on Get your Guide.

  • St. Petersburg: 1 or 2-Day Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Ticket

    4. St. Petersburg: 1 or 2-Day Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Ticket

    Explore St. Petersburg independently and admire its many attractions from the comfort of a hop-on hop-off sightseeing bus. Choose between a ticket valid for 24 or 48 hours to suit your schedule and then take stunning photos of the imperial monuments and picturesque squares. Double decker buses are available with a closed roof to protect you in bad weather, while an open-top bus with a sliding roof will make the most of sunny days. Contemplate the city from a different perspective, and jump off and on at any of the 14 stops en route. Marvel at attractions such as the Peter and Paul Fortress, the original citadel of St. Petersburg, founded by Peter the Great in 1703. Drive past Palace Square to see the Winter Palace, admire the golden dome of St. Isaac’s Cathedral and much more. • Stop 1. Ostrovsky Square • Stop 2. Vladimirsky Prospekt (Nevsky Prospekt, 49) • Stop 3. Vosstaniya Square (...

    St Isaac's Church was the terminus where we exchanged our vouchers for tickets. We went on both the Red and Green routes, and learned much about the history of the city

  • St. Petersburg: "Northern Venice" Day Boat Tour

    5. St. Petersburg: "Northern Venice" Day Boat Tour

    One of the most beautiful cities in Europe, St. Petersburg is famous for its architecture, museums and monuments, many of which were designed to create the most visual effect from water. Parade facades, grandiose architectural ensembles, the unique shape of Saint-Petersburg skyline with recognizable strings of spires and domes, a variety of engineering and design concepts embodied in the bridges - all of this and more you can expect to see during this day-long boat trip. You will see palaces and noble mansions, the most notable cathedrals of the city, the man-made island of New Holland, the building of Mariinsky Theatre, the renovated Chinezelli circus, the granite walls of the Peter and Paul's Fortress and the gold-plated spire of the Peter and Paul's Cathedral. The views will take your breath away, visitors and citizens alike. Particularly fabulous from the water is the ingenious ense...

    Amazing Tour. Must have in your St Petersburg iteniary, specially night boat ride. Smooth check in by boat operator.

  • St Petersburg: Fabergé Museum Ticket w/ Russian Audio Guide

    6. St Petersburg: Fabergé Museum Ticket w/ Russian Audio Guide

    Explore the Fabergé Museum at your own pace with a self-guided audio tour. See the world's largest collection of Fabergé works, including fantasy items, jewelry, accessories, ceremonial silver, precious haberdashery, and interior items. Discover several unique Fabergé eggs, nine of which were created by the House of Fabergé jewelry firm on the orders of Emperors Alexander III and Nicholas II. See personal belongings of the House of Romanov and official "cabinet" gifts presented to prominent figures of the time on behalf of the Russian emperor. Admire a large collection of Russian enamels created by the leading Russian jewelry firms of the 19th and 20th centuries including P. Ovchinnikov, I. Khlebnikov, A. Kuzmichev, the Grachev brothers, and many others. Explore the large collection of more than 100 items by Fyodor Rückert, an outstanding Moscow master of artistic enamel who collaborat...

    It is good value for money! Egg-cellent and eggs-traordinary showcase of the Imperial Easter eggs, other valuable treasures and fine arts!

  • St. Petersburg: State Russian Museum with Russian Audio Tour

    7. St. Petersburg: State Russian Museum with Russian Audio Tour

    Explore the State Russian Museum at Mikhailovsky Palace with an in-app self-guided audio tour. Visit the museum at your own pace and admire the largest collection of Russian fine art in the world, with works dating from the 10th century to the present day. Learn more about the 45 main masterpieces of the Museum's collection. Learn more about the artists behind the works on display, including their methods and unique styles. See notable paintings including "Barge Haulers on the Volga" by Ilya Repin, the portrait of Catherine II by Levitsky, and "The Ninth Wave" by Ivan Aivazovsky.

  • St. Petersburg: Yusupov Palace In-App Audio Tour with Ticket

    8. St. Petersburg: Yusupov Palace In-App Audio Tour with Ticket

    The Yusupov Palace is unique not only for its aristocratic luxury and the names of its famous owners, but for the dramatic events that took place here associated with the most mysterious character in the history of pre-revolutionary Russia - Grigory Rasputin. Walk through the richly decorated staterooms of the palace, look into the private chambers of the prince and princess, and admire the uniquely beautiful private theater and the famous Moorish drawing-room. During the in-app audio tour, learn how the Yusupovs reached unprecedented heights in society and where they got untold their wealth from. Learn about Rasputin's murder at the palace in December 1916. Walk through the premises where the drama took place and find out why the conspirators' plan failed.

  • St. Petersburg: Catherine Palace Audio Tour & Ticket

    9. St. Petersburg: Catherine Palace Audio Tour & Ticket

    Visit the Catherine Palace, an icon of splendor, scale, and regal grandeur. World-renowned architects throughout the world took part in its enormous construction. Stroll through the picturesque Catherine Park, which is adjacent to the palace and is beautiful at any time of the year, accompanied by the in-app audio tour. Take in the luxury of the palace’s breathtaking Great Hall and the Golden Enfilades of the ceremonial halls, including the world-famous Amber Room. Here, everyone can see the lasting legacy of three empresses, as well as rare and beautiful art pieces. Walk through some of the most interesting pavilions that adorn the park, including the Cameron Gallery, the Grotto, and the Tsarskoye Selo Hermitage.

  • Isaac's Cathedral + Colonnade Ticket with Audio in Russian

    10. Isaac's Cathedral + Colonnade Ticket with Audio in Russian

    Discover one of the finest churches in St. Petersburg with an in-app audio guide. Uncover interesting facts about its creation and learn about the technical aspects of its construction during the first half of the 19th century. Hear more about the church's multifaceted history and its role in the many significant events throughout St Petersburg's often turbulent past. Admire the beauty of its interior decoration as well as its magnificent dome, which is amongst the tallest in the world. Climb the 262 steps leading to the Cathedral colonnade. From here, be rewarded for your efforts with fantastic views of the oldest districts of the city of St. Petersburg.

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What people are saying about St. Petersburg

Overall rating

3.9 / 5

based on 1,892 reviews

We hit the "hellish" weather in St. Petersburg. Thanks to the trip by bus and then by boat, we got to know a large part of the important monuments in the city without much effort. It took us about 6 hours in total. I recommend

For the first time we were on such an excursion. The excursion is magical! The audio guide narrates about the fountains of the times of Peter and Elizabeth in a pleasant voice !!! I recommend viewing this amazing place!

Everything is great. The audio guide was useful, and the route around the Hermitage was built on it. We thought that not all halls were included in the ticket, but we went around all of them.

Very comfortably. Skip the line, the recorded excursion is fun and not exhausting. The support works great, if you call and they will help you right there.

Amazing Tour. Must have in your St Petersburg iteniary, specially night boat ride. Smooth check in by boat operator.