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Siege of Leningrad 8-Hour Tour

Siege of Leningrad 8-Hour Tour

From US$ 250 per group up to 2

From 1941-1944 the city survived the most destructive siege in the history of human warfare. More than 800, 000 citizens lost their lives to starvation, cold, shelling and air raids. Our tour brings the images of that terrible and heroic time alive.

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Duration 8 hours
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The experience
  • Learn about the siege of Leningrad, the saddest part of the city’s history in this 8-hour Tour
  • Visit the battlefields of WWII
  • Explore the Diorama and Road of Life Museums
  • See the Oreshek fortress that was heroically defended throughout the siege
Full description
The Siege of Leningrad tour offers you a unique opportunity to go beyond the standard tour and visit the battlefields and memorial sites of the most dramatic siege of the Second World War. The tour starts by driving to the Road of Life — the only city supporting route with the stops at memorials. You will see the Flower of Life, Baltic Wings, Memorial Mountain, Broken Ring and some others (the piece of authentic road is among them but not seen well under the snow). The Road of Life museum displays wartime relics telling of the heroic feat of the truck drivers. Next to the museum, there is an exhibition of military and transport vehicles complete with a Soviet-made C-47 airplane that delivered food supplies to the starving. Nevsky Bridgehead, nicknamed 'pyatachok' or five kopeck coin, is a tiny patch of land that became a common grave for almost 50, 000 Soviet soldiers. Making it one of the bloodiest battlefields in the world. Finally, we will visit the Diorama Museum located in the same place where the German fortifications were successfully stormed by the Soviet infantry.  The tour is a must-take for all history fans. It is entertaining and very educative so we highly recommend it for children. Update progress
  • Air-conditioned chauffeured transportation
  • Museum tickets as per the itinerary
  • Private guide services
  • Hotel pick up & drop off
  • Meals & gratuities
Not suitable for
  • Wheelchair users
Covid-19 precautions
Safety measures in place
  • All required protective equipment is provided
  • All areas that customers touch are frequently cleaned
  • You must keep social distance while in vehicles
  • The number of visitors is limited to reduce crowds

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  • Warm clothing
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very very good

excellent day, the guide was brilliant and gave us a great history lesson as we followed the road of life and stopped at many places along the way, visiting the diorama and the bridgehead, saw so much and learnt a lot about the hardships that were endured over the period . if you have the time do it as its well worth the time and money

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July 10, 2019

Amazing trip. Want to book again in summer

This trip was amazing and a highlight for me. I'm a history graduate but until you drive out to Lake Ladoga, you have no idea the environment those poor people were dealing with. The memorials along the way are beautiful and the museums are so well done. Extreme attention to detail, which is a fitting tribute. In the Diorama museum it gets plunged into darkness and all hell breaks loose around you. WW2 at night. Extremely horrifying and I'm happy to admit I'm the snowflake generation. Have recommended this trip to my Dad and will book again for myself in summer, to compare the landscape. I also did Pavlovsk with this company and meant to book Gatchina for this week, but I forgot. Highly, highly recommend this trip over any other thing you do in St Petersburg

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December 31, 2018

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