Extra activities on the Visa-free cruise to St.Petersburg (20.05.2016-24.05.2016)
- Departure 20.05.2016
- End date 24.05.2016
- Availability over 8
- Price from 15€
From this link you can book extra activities for your visa-free cruise to Saint-Petersburg
SALES WILL BE CLOSED ON TUE 17.05.2016 AT 9.00
Peterhof is a magnificient summer palace on the Gulf of Finland, some 30 km from the city center. of St Petersburg. Founded by the order of Tsar Peter the Great in 1725, it was meant to beat Versailles in glory and splendor. The complex of verdant gardens, luxurious baroque residences, genuine fountains and cascades of marble and gold still remains as impressive as it was on the 18-19th century! Guided tour includes bus trip to Peterhof with admissions to one of the palaces (Grand Palace*, Marli, Monplaisir, Cottage, The Bath Block) and lower park with fountains and guidance.
OPERA OR BALLET
St Petersburg is known as the cultural capital of Russia. There’s a possibility to attend a world famous ballet or opera performance. You can book tickets through us to the performance scheduled for your trip - we often get student discounts from the theaters and transfer is included. If you are interested in some other event you can check theater's online shops or try your luck at a box office but usually tickets are sold out quite fast.
NIGHT FEVER — LIMO TRIP
Discover the St.Petersburg by night with style and glamour! A limousine ride takes you around the most spectacular places of the city with some stops for taking pictures. Eventually the limo drops you at one the trendiest night club, where you will bypass the queue. Limousines are loaded with sparkling wine.
CATHEDRALS OF ST PETERSBURG
This tour includes three cathedrals from three different centuries. We start with St Nicolaus cathedral- built in beautiful baroque style in 18th century. Second cathedral is St Isaac’s – one of the biggest dome cathedrals in the world and a true demonstration of ambitions of the Russian Empire. The last one is Cathedral on the Spilled Blood that was built on the assassination site of beloved Tsar Alexander II. You'll enjoy beautiful architecture and find out about Russian religion and its place in the history of the country.
State Hermitage museum
Included for students / from 20€ for non-students
The third biggest art museum in the world bases on the collections of the Russian royal families starting from the 18th century. The museum locates in formal imperial residences, housing millions of exhibits in hundreds of rooms. Take a tour to the most important exhibits and parts of the museum, learn the interesting backgrounds and get a guaranteed entrance without queuing! The tour is given in English by a professional local guide.
Cruise on rivers and canals
Definitely one of must-to-do’s in St Petersburg! “The Northern Venice” has 16 km of embankments, 48 canals and rivers and 800 bridges. Many of the beautiful palaces and mansions were designed to façade the riverside. With a river and canals cruise you make a time travel to the heart of the imperial city. Breath-taking views are accompanied by music and of course – the Soviet champagne (Russian sparkling wine)! Available in late April - October.