Suggested itinerary, Saint Petersburg,
4 days/3 nights' program,
2, 4, 6, 8 pax,
from € 279.- pp

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Itineray in brief



Day 1
•AM/PM: Arrive St Petersburg
Private car transfer with ES guide to the hotel
• O/N: in St Petersburg

Day 2
• AM/PM: Full day sightseeing (8 hrs)/Private car and ES guide
City tour including Peter and Paul Fortress, St Isaac Cathedral, Hermitage
• O/N: in St Petersburg

Day 3
• AM/PM: Half day sightseeing (6 hrs)/Private car and ES guide
Peterhof. Grand Palace and Parks
• O/N: in St Petersburg

Day 4
• AM/PM: Departure transfer with ES guide to the airport
END OF SERVICES

TOUR TOTAL PRICE/EUR/PER PERSON in DBL room

The price is subject to change in case of currency exchange rate fluctuations by more than 10%
The offer is subject to availability and advance reservation.





SOKOS VASILIEVSKY HOTEL 4*
Pax/PeriodLow Season
01.04.2021-18.04.2021
18.10.2021-31.03.2022
Shoulder Season
19.04.2021-10.05.2021
01.08.2021-17.10.2021
High Season
11.05.2021-31.07.2021
BLACK OUT DATES
Legal Forum
18.05.2021-22.05.2021
SPIEF dates to be advised BRICS Summit dates to be advised
11.06.2021-12.06.2021
15.06.2021-16.06.2021
20.06.2021-21.06-2021
01.07.2021-02.07.2021
2 pax€ 557€ 644€ 697
4 pax€ 381€ 468€ 521
6 pax€ 316€ 404€ 456
8 pax€ 279€ 367€ 420
Single Supplement EUR€ 72€ 155€ 211


MOIKA KEMPINSKI HOTEL 5*
Pax/PeriodLow Season
01.04.2021-10.05.2021
01.10.2021-31.03.2022
Special offer is actual
(stay for 3 nights and pay only for 2)
(except 29.12.2021-02.01.2022)
Shoulder Season
01.08.2021-30.09.2021
High Season
11.05.2020-31.07.2020
BLACK OUT DATES
Legal Forum
18.05.2021-22.05.2021
SPIEF dates to be advised BRICS Summit dates to be advised
2 pax€ 740€ 829€ 925
4 pax€ 564€ 653€ 749
6 pax€ 499€ 588€ 684
8 pax€ 463€ 552€ 647
Single Supplement€ 198€ 286€ 382

The price includes:
  • 3 night’s accommodation in St Petersburg, B/B
  • Private car/viano/sprinter and private English speaking guide on transfers and as per itinerary
  • Entrance fees as per program
  • Visa support letter
The price doesn’t include:
  • Meals
  • Early check-in/ Late check-out
  • Porterage at the airport

Detailed itinerary

DAY 1 - SAINT PETERSBURG
Upon arrival you will be met by ES guide at the airport and transferred to the hotel by private car

DAY 2 - SAINT PETERSBURG
Orientation tour with Peter and Paul’s fortress

In the morning after having breakfast the guest will have a chance to get acquainted with one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Founded in 1703 by Peter the Great, Saint Petersburg remains one of the most romantic cities in Russia. Among the many poetical names applied to St. Petersburg the most common are “Northern Venice” and “Northern Palmyra”. The fascinating palaces and cathedrals, beautiful bridges over Venice-like canals, spacious squares and wide streets decorated with edifices of flourished baroque and impressive classical styles, monumental sculpture and lacy iron grilles and, of course, the special spirituality of this city infects everyone who visits it. In 1991 the city was placed on the UNESCO list of world cultural heritage. With numerous palaces and the world famous Hermitage on the banks of the Neva river, the city is Russia’s most popular destination, drawing visitors from all over the world throughout the year.

Peter and Paul’s Fortress
Standing on a small island at the centre of the Neva delta, the fortress was founded in 1703 by Peter the Great and is the oldest building in St Petersburg. Up to 1917, the fortress was mainly used for holding political prisoners, such as Dostoyevsky, Lenin’s brother Alexander and Peter the Great’s own son Alexei. At the heart of the fortress is the Cathedral of St Peter and St Paul, with its landmark gold spire, where all of Russia’s pre-Revolutionary leaders were buried, apart from Peter, Ivan IV and Nicholas II.

St Isaacs Cathedral Is the main church of the city. Commissioned in 1818 by Alexander I, this imperial cathedral with its opulent interior and huge gold dome by its height occupies the 4th place in the world among domed cathedrals. The massive granite columns had to be transported from Finland on purpose built ships and rail and the dome is covered in nearly 100kg of gold; inside, there are 10 malachite columns and a beautiful iconostasis. For visitors with energy to spare, it is possible to climb the several hundred steps of the spiral staircase to the colonnade for a fabulous view of the city.

The Church of Spilled Blood, commissioned by Alexander III in 1882 to honour the memory of his father Alexander who was assassinated the previous year; the altar was built on the very place where his blood stained the cobblestones. It was built to resemble St Basil’s Cathedral in Moscow – hence it’s stunning exterior – and was recently completely restored inside.

Admire the wonderful collection of the world’s biggest museum – Hermitage. Today, the museum has over 2 million exhibits within its four buildings and attracts around 3 million visitors a year. The exhibitions are diverse with works by Da Vinchy, Raphael, Rembrandt, an impressive collection of impressionists and largest collection of Titians in existence.

Hermitage
Grilled fence
Monument to Peter the Great ("Bronze Horseman")
Rostral columns
Summer garden
View from boat
Upper Gardens, The Neptune Fountain. Peterhoff
The Orangery Fountain "Triton" in the Orangery Garden. Peterhoff
The Great Cascade. Peterhoff
The Great Cascade. Peterhoff
The Lion Cascade. Peterhoff
Catherine Park, Gates. Pushkin (Tsarskoe Selo)

DAY 3 - SAINT PETERSBURG
Arrive in the morning to the sumptuous Peterhof, or “Peter’s Court”, dates back to 1715 and is a former summer residence of the Russian Tsars. Most famous for its stunning golden fountains, the palace grounds house several buildings and parks – the Grand Palace (“the Russian Versailles”, now a vast museum of lavish rooms and galleries), Monplaisir (Peter’s outwardly more humble villa), the Grand Cascade (the centerpiece of the palace grounds with over 140 fountains), the Lower Park (parkland along the Gulf with more fountains and pavilions), Marly Palace and Alexandria Park. In the 18th and 19th centuries, the population of St Petersburg was invited to dine here at a great summer fete held every year.

DAY 4 - SAINT PETERSBURG
Departure transfer to the airport