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Guided Tours and Ticketing

If you are interested in only booking a guided visit to a specific site we have prepared for you a list of popular museums and tours in Saint-Petersburg.

All tours are offered in the following languages: English, German, Italian, French, Spanish. If you are interested in have a guide speaking any other language please contact us and we will organise a guide for you. By booking a guided tour you will be able to skip the line to the museums. In the summertime, especially the Hermitage museum and Catherine Palace have normally an extremely long line.

All guides are hand-picked by our team to ensure a smooth and rich experience. Our guides are licensed and have at least more than 3 years of experience.


Explore Hermitage

The State Hermitage museum occupies 6 magnificent buildings in the heart of Saint Petersburg situated along the embankment of the River Neva. The Winter Palace - playing the leading architectural role in the Hermitage and was the residence of the Russian Tsars by the design of the Italian architect Francesco Bartolomeo Rastreli. The palace with its grand interior its throne and ball rooms is truly breathtaking. You can also get a feeling for the day-to-day life of the Tsars as all private rooms are now open to the public.

The Hermitage museum in the palace is the second largest art collection in the world and contains invaluable pieces of Leonardo Da Vinci, Monet, Rembrandt, Picasso and many more.

Guided tour (English)              60 EUR p.p.                                           
Guided tour (German/Italian/French/Spanish):                                70 EUR p.p.
Tickets only:                            17 EUR p.p.

Peter and Paul's


This truly historic place was founded by Peter The Great in 1703 and marks the beginning of Saint-Petersburg.  In order to secure the newly planned city against attacks from neighbouring countries, the Emperor decided to build a complex star shaped fortress with thick walls and six powerful bastions. 


The fortress however was never tested and was used over time as the location for the royal mint, a prison or museum. Many famous Russians have been incarcerated here such as the author Fyodor Dostoevsky or the revolutionary Leon Trotsky. In the centre of the  fortress the Saints Peter and Paul Cathedral can be found with the world's largest Orthodox bell tower. The cathedral also functions as the imperial tomb containing the remains of the Tsarist family.

Prices :
Guided tour (English):             50 EUR p.p.
Guided tour (German/Italian/French/Spanish):                                62 EUR p.p.
Tickets only:                             8 EUR p.p.
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Hop on-Hop off

Boat trip

This is the best way to explore the city on your own. By using hop on-hop off boat as the main mean of transportation, would allow you to visit all main cultural cites of Saint-Petersburg. This tour has 6 stops and drives around the city center. The ticket is valid for the full day, ensuring that you can visit all sights at your own pace. The main attractions are Hermitage, Peter-and-Paul's Fortress, The Summer Garden, The Anichkov Bridge (Nevsky Prospect), the Spit of Vasilievsky Island, St. Isaac's Cathedral.

Ticket for 1 day                        15 EUR p.p.

Meteor boat to


Meteor is a fast and convenient way to reach the beautiful gardens and palaces of Peterhof.

The schedule of meteors transfer is very convenient for travelers - every half an hour from 10:00-14:30. The place of departure is located in the city center, right next to the Hermitage group entrance.

Round trip(Business class):     40 EUR p.p
One-way trip (Business class):22 EUR p.p

Isaac Cathedral

St. Isaac's Cathedral is the largest church in Russia and the second largest Orthodox church in the world. Due to its size and hight, the material was used and the complex architectural design it took 40 years to build the church. The dome of the cathedral rises as high as 101.5 metres and is plated in pure gold. For this reason the dome was painted over grey during the Second World War in order to avoid attraction by enemy aircrafts. Next to being a museum the church is also used as a place of worship and services and celebrations are held here. One of the highlights of the visit is climbing up the stairs to the dome to enjoy a beautiful view over the city.

Guided tour (English):            50 EUR p.p.
Guided tour (German/Italian/French/Spanish):                                62 EUR p.p.
Tickets only (Main entry+ Colonnade):   
                                                  10 EUR p.p.

Church of the Savior

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The construction of this baroque and neoclassical masterpiece took a full 24 years due to the churches walls being fully covered inside by beautiful mosaic (more than 7'500 square meters). The church was commissioned by the Tsar Alexander III on the exact spot where two years before his father Alexander II got assassinated by anarchists.

Guided tour (English):            50 EUR p.p.
Guided tour (German/Italian/French/Spanish):                                62 EUR p.p.
Tickets only:                             8 EUR p.p.