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St Petersburg private guided tour in English

Hermitage, Peter and Paul fortress, St.Isaak's Cathedral and more. Also we offer tours to Kronstadt, Vyborg, Pushkin and Pavlovsk

St.Isaac's Cathedral
St.Isaac's Cathedral

It is nearly impossible to explore the city’s numerous palaces, spectacular museums and amazing art galleries in a couple of days. However, if you are limited in time, use it to the fullest.

Our tours of St Petersburg are designed to make the most out of your time in the city of St. Petersburg. A good idea is to start your acquaintance with St. Petersburg with the sight-seeing guided tour, a comprehensive overview that gives you a good feel of the city's layout and its most significant sites. A visit to Peter and Paul Fortress will bring you back to the old days of the city. Spend the afternoon in Russia’s biggest museum – The Hermitage. Visit the Russan Museum, Faberge Museum, the Treasure Gallery of Hermitage, the residence of Catherine II in Oranienbaum, the residence of Paul I in Gatchina, the Modern Art Erarta Museum, excursion to Kronstadt Fortress and Naval Cathedral and many other sights…

The cost of the package (guide services, transport, museum admission fees, transfers to and from the hotel if needed, meals if needed) depends on the number of people, the season (low season – from November to March, high season – from March to November), and the number of meals; the transfers to and from the hotels. Please don’t hesitate to contact us and we’ll make your itinerary according to your wishes. It is our pleasure to build a tour of St Petersburg Russia that focuses on your interests, preferences and whims and make your tour experience the most memorable and informative that you could wish for.

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Moscow VIP tour

Kremlin grounds, Arbat street, Kolomenskoye, Tretyakov Art Gallery, Diamond Fund and Armoury

Moscow Kremlin
Moscow Kremlin

Moscow, the capital of the Russian Federation, is the great cultural center of Russia. The city was founded in the 12th century. Today Moscow is one of most beautiful capitals of the world and it is not surprising that many people want to visit it.

If you have 4 days in Moscow, you will have an opportunity to see all the diversity of the old Russian capital which is more than 860 years old. 4-Day tour will include the historical center of Moscow – The Kremlin, the New Maiden Monastery, St. Basil’s Cathedral, The Armoury, The Diamond Fund, etc; and its Soviet history – Lenin’s Mausoleum, the Space Museum, World War II Memorial on Poklonnaya Hill, Metro, Stalin’s Bunker; as well as the suburbs of Moscow, such as Kolomenskoye, Sergiev Posad, Suzdal. For art lovers we arrange tours to one of the best art galleries of Russia – The Tretyakov Art Gallery and the evening in Bolshoy Theater. We can also arrange a tour to the Grand Kremlin Palace where the President of the Russian Federation, Vladimir Putin, lives and works.

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Tours in Novgorod

Kremlin, St.Sophia Cathedral and countless medieval monuments.

St.Sophia Cathedral
St.Sophia Cathedral

Velikiy Novgorod - one of the most ancient cities of Russia located in its North-West, near the site where the Volkhov river takes its waters from Lake Ilmen, emerged as a political center of Slavic and Fino-Ugric tribes in the mid-9th century, while as a town it was formed in the middle of the 10th century. The history of Novgorod is closely linked with all major stages in the life of the Russian state. In those times, when the statehood of Rus was just in the making, the Novgorodians invited Scandinavian prince Rurik to keep law and order, thus giving birth to the prince Rurik dynasty that ruled over all Russian lands throughout more than 750 years.

Veliky Novgorod is not accidently called a city-museum of Old Russia - no other place has preserved that number of great monuments of architecture and monumental painting. Here it is hard and sometimes impossible to define where the city ends the musium begins. About 50 valuable monuments became a part of a modern city living structure. Here you can touch a rough wall and see an ancient fresco. The history of Novgorod churches, monasteries, fortifications is full of amazing as well as tragic pages.

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Golden Ring Tour

Sergiyev Posad, Pereslavl-Zalesskiy, Rostov Velikiy, Yaroslavl, Kostroma, Ivanovo, Suzdal, Vladimir.

Golden Ring, Yaroslavl
Golden Ring, Yaroslavl

Golden Ring is a set of ancient Russian cities north-east of Moscow which form a circle if you look at them on the map. Moscow and St Petersburg are, of course, the main attractions in Russia, but if you really want to see a true Russian life and how the most of country lives, make an effort to travel to at least couple of the cities in the Golden Ring. The 'Golden Ring' route is known for the famous old cities and towns along the way, so one of the reasons to go there is to see Russian architecture, old churches made of white stone, hear the bellring, see old fortifications, fortresses, beautiful monasteries, and learn more about history of Russia. These towns are among the most picturesque in Russia and prominently feature Russia's famous onion domes. For such trip, the 'classical' route (Vladimir, Suzdal, Kostroma, Yaroslavl, Rostov, Pereslavl-Zalesskiy, Sergiev Posad) will be the most interesting.

Also, you'll be interested in going to the towns of the Golden Ring, if you want to experience another, provincial way of life in Russia. There you can take a peek on the Russian province: more traditional way of life, not yet as much westernized, fancy, and hectic as the big cities, with some relics of the Soviet times.

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Traditional summer festival White Nights in St Petersburg

Spectacular northern White Nights, Scarlet Sails celebration, Drawing Bridges of Saint Petersburg

Scarlet Sails celebration
Scarlet Sails celebration

Although the phenomenon known as the "White Nights" is not unique to St Petersburg, in no other northern city have they received such poetic and literary acclaim. What could be more romantic than a walk along the banks of the city's rivers and canals in almost broad daylight, no matter what the time of day? No other major European city can rival this experience nor the atmosphere on the streets of St. Petersburg during the summer months - lively, friendly, romantic and bustling with people throughout the night as well as the day!

The White Nights Festival in St. Petersburg, Russia is an annual international arts festival during the season of the midnight sun. The White Nights Festival consists of a series of classical ballet, opera and music events and includes performances by Russian dancers, singers, musicians and actors, as well as famous international guest stars. The Scarlet Sails celebration is the culmination of the White Nights season, the largest public event anywhere in Russia with the annual estimated attendance about one million people, most of whom are students from thousands of schools and colleges, both local and international.

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