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St. Petersburg Shore Excursion Reviews

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20 Excursions Found

#1 of 20 St. Petersburg Shore Excursions

City Tour

378 Reviews
A city tour of St. Petersburg covers its main architectural and historical monuments, including Peter and Paul’s fortress and the retreats of the Tsars.
#2 of 20 St. Petersburg Shore Excursions

Hermitage Museum

377 Reviews
Five historic buildings (one of which was the former residence of Russian Tsars) today make up the Hermitage Museum, housing one of the finest art collections in the world.
#3 of 20 St. Petersburg Shore Excursions

Peterhof Palace

231 Reviews
Peterhof Palace, Peter the Great’s imperial palace near St. Petersburg, features an enormous park adorned with fountains and statues.
#4 of 20 St. Petersburg Shore Excursions

Catherine Palace

226 Reviews
Catherine Palace, in the small town of Pushkin outside St. Petersburg, is a breathtaking example of baroque design. The bright blue exterior is gilded with more than 200 pounds of gold.
#5 of 20 St. Petersburg Shore Excursions

Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood

210 Reviews
This spectacular Russian-style church was built at the location of Emperor Alexander II’s 1881 assassination and is a must-see St. Petersburg attraction.
#6 of 20 St. Petersburg Shore Excursions

Private Tour

204 Reviews
A private tour is the best way to see St. Petersburg, moving at your own speed with your own guide. Prepare to see it all, from the world famous Hermitage Museum to the impressive variety of palaces and cathedrals that bespeckle the former Russian Capital.
#7 of 20 St. Petersburg Shore Excursions

Neva River Cruise

152 Reviews
Appreciate the architecture and history of St. Petersburg—often called the Venice of the North—on a cruise down the Neva River.
#8 of 20 St. Petersburg Shore Excursions

Amber Room

114 Reviews
The Amber Room, a gift from the King of Prussia to Czar Peter the Great, is one of the most famous, mysterious, and majestic rooms of Catherine’s Palace in St. Petersburg.
#9 of 20 St. Petersburg Shore Excursions

Peter & Paul Fortress

114 Reviews
The Peter and Paul Fortress is one of St. Petersburg's oldest structures; visitors learn about how the fort was once used to protect the area from being attacked by the Swedish army.
#10 of 20 St. Petersburg Shore Excursions

St. Isaac's Cathedral

113 Reviews
St. Isaac’s Church—the largest and most famous cathedral in St. Petersburg—is a magnificent architectural monument that served as the main Russian Orthodox Cathedral in the 19th century.
#11 of 20 St. Petersburg Shore Excursions

Russian Ballet Show

99 Reviews
Don't miss a chance to see Russian ballet performed live in St. Petersburg, home to some of the country’s finest dancers. Almost every line offers a ballet excursions in St. Petersburg.
#12 of 20 St. Petersburg Shore Excursions

Yusupov Palace

65 Reviews
Built in the 18th century, St. Petersburg’s sumptuously decorated Yusupov Palace is best known as the site of the murder of Grigory Rasputin.
#13 of 20 St. Petersburg Shore Excursions

Russian Folk Dance

53 Reviews
Enjoy a captivating performance of a professional Russian folkloric ensemble entertaining you with a creative range of dances and music.
#14 of 20 St. Petersburg Shore Excursions

Pavlosk Palace

10 Reviews
Pavlosk Palace, the former summer residence of Emperor Paul I and his wife, and large surrounding garden are today a Russian state museum and public park.
#15 of 20 St. Petersburg Shore Excursions

Petroverets Walking Tour

9 Reviews
Take a walking tour of Petrodvorets -- best known for its extensive parks and gardens featuring an incredible array of gilded statues and 140 fountains.
#16 of 20 St. Petersburg Shore Excursions

st peteresburg symphony performance at the Hermitage

9 Reviews
Lovers of classical music would be remiss not to take in a St. Petersburg Symphony performance at the renowned Hermitage museum, which houses some of the world's most impressive works of art.
#17 of 20 St. Petersburg Shore Excursions

Stroganov Palace

7 Reviews
One of the oldest and finest of the aristocratic residences in St. Petersburg, the Stroganov Palace now houses part of the collections of the State Russian Museum.
#18 of 20 St. Petersburg Shore Excursions

Constantine Palace

5 Reviews
Accessible from St. Petersburg in the settlement of Strelna is Constantine Palace, which hosted more than fifty heads of state during St. Petersburg’s tercentenary celebrations in 2003.
#19 of 20 St. Petersburg Shore Excursions

choral synagogue

3 Reviews
#20 of 20 St. Petersburg Shore Excursions

Dostoevsky Museum

3 Reviews
The Dostoevsky Museum is dedicated to the life and works of Fyodor Dostoyevsky. It includes the very apartment where the renowned writer lived for much of his life, a theater, exhibit halls, and more.
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