|About this activity
|Printed or mobile voucher accept
|Printed or mobile voucher accepted
|Free cancellation up to 24 hours before activity starts
|Live tour guide
|Spanish, English, French, German, Italian
Enjoy a full day of sightseeing in Saint Petersburg and visit the city’s major monuments. See Peter and Paul Fortress, stroll and shop on Nevsky Prospekt, and marvel at this magnificent city from the water on the “Rivers and Canals” boat tour.
- See the Peter and Paul Fortress, Saint Isaac’s Cathedral, and the Church on Spilled Blood
- Enjoy the “Rivers and Canals” boat tour
- Explore the shops on Nevsky Prospekt
Know before you go
• With the private shore tours, everything is provided to satisfy Russian entry requirements. You will not need to purchase a separate Russian tourist visa
After you make your tour booking the supplier will contact you via e-mail to ask for additional information for each person in your private party:
• Full name as it appears in the passport
• Passport number
• Passport expiration date
• Date of birth
This information is required to make all the necessary arrangements with Port customs and to send you the tour ticket which you should present at the Saint Petersburg port of call when disembarking from the cruise ship.
See the main sights of Saint Petersburg with the option of making stops at monuments of particular interest to you. On this full-day tour you’ll visit the Peter and Paul Fortress, the citadel where the city got its start. See Saint Isaac’s Cathedral with its massive gold dome, which is one of the largest in the world.
You’ll also enjoy lunch at a popular Saint Petersburg restaurant and browse for souvenirs and gifts as you bargain with local vendors at stops during your excursion. Head off on a guided walk along Nevsky Prospekt and discover the gorgeous Church on Spilled Blood, which is the 2nd-largest mosaic museum in the world.
To top off this overview of Saint Petersburg, you’ll see the city from the water on the Rivers and Canals Boat Tour. One of the best ways to see the sights of the Venise du Nord is by boat. More than 70 rivers and canals wind their way through the city, with around 400 bridges crossing these waterways.