How to Explore St Petersburg in 1-2 Days?
MemberOctober 7, 2019 at 7:16 am
A cultural center of Russia, a beautiful city with a long, exciting and challenging history – Saint Petersburg attracts millions of tourists every year. It is so easy to get fascinated by the city’s architectural ensembles, intriguing and at times dramatic historical moments, entertaining and romantic events like Scarlett Sails. If you come to Russia, you definitely should visit St Petersburg, at least for a day or two. To see and learn the most in such a limited period of time, it’s beneficial to book a private tour with a professional local guide.
A guide will offer you the best program according to your budget and schedule. You’ll get to know the city, its history and premises. You’ll visit popular sights and attractions, including the Hermitage Museum with its enormous art collection, Peter and Paul Fortress, Isaac’s Cathedral and Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood. You will have a pleasant walk along Nevsky Prospect, try local dishes, get souvenirs and take memorable photos. What’s the best? You will get invaluable experience and satisfaction from your journey to Saint Petersburg Russia.
Why to bother planning routes, staying in queues for tickets, struggling with a foreign language, if you can just contact a guide you like the most and relax while enjoying the excursion?
Anna Gaplichnaya is one of the professional guides who is ready to introduce Saint Petersburg to you. Actually, holding tours to St Petersburg is her profession and great passion. Having all the necessary licenses for tours in the main museums of the city and its suburbs, as well as the accreditation at the City Tour Information Bureau, Anna has confirmed her expertise and knowledge of the guide-interpreter.
Here are the English-speaking tours you can book:
- One day tour with the inside visits to the main city sights
- Two day tour with visiting both the city and its suburbs: Pushkin (Tsarskoe Selo) and Peterhof
- City sightseeing tour
- Walking trip around the city centre
- Metro stations tour
- Boat ride along the rivers and canals of St Petersburg
- Visa free shore excursion for cruise line passengers
Each tour has its pre-set program, which, however, can be adjusted to your preferences. If there is any special place you want to visit, just contact the guide, and it will be included in the route.
Besides, you don’t need to worry about moving around the city, as together with a guided tour, you will get comfortable transportation, e.g. a private car or a minivan.
Enjoy your trip to St Petersburg the most – visit this website to get useful tourist information, read materials about local sights and book a guided tour. See you in Russia!
OrganizerOctober 7, 2019 at 3:32 pm
Do you offer any wheelchair accessible tours?
MemberOctober 22, 2019 at 10:36 pm
Hello! There are special services in State Hermitage Museum and Catherine Palace in Tsarskoe Selo.
OrganizerOctober 23, 2019 at 9:22 am
That is a relief!
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