This magnetic imperial capital of Russia is one of the Top Ten Travel destinations on our planet and a must-see for anyone going to Russia. It is located on the banks the Neva River that falls into the Baltic Sea. St. Petersburg has all the ingredients for an unforgettable travel experience: high art, lavish architecture, wild nightlife, an extraordinary history and rich cultural traditions that have inspired and nurtured some of the modern world's greatest literature, music, and visual art. From the mysterious twilight of the White Nights to world-beating opera and ballet productions on magical winter evenings, St. Petersburg charms and entices in every season.

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City-tour City-tour is a great way to start your vacation in St. Petersburg! It allows you the leisure and comfort of a chauffeured drive taking in sights across the city, with personalized commentary from an experienced and informed guide.

Your guide will tell you the story of the city, the events that have left their scars, its optimistic and dramatic plans for the future, together with anecdotes about its strange, friendly and colorful inhabitants, and answer any questions you may have about this most fascinating of cities.
Hermitage Hermitage is the biggest and the most important museum in Russia. The State Hermitage is a home of more than 3 million masterpieces. There are the collections sculptures and pictorial art, crystals and porcelain, carpets and jewelry, weapon coins...

It is world famous for its collections of Italian, Flemish, French and Spanish art, paintings of Leonardo da Vinci, Raphael, Rembrandt, French Impressionists – Gauguin, Matisse, Picasso...
Peterhof Peterhof, rightfully called "Russian Versailles" was the main summer residence of Tsars.

You will see the Grand Palace built in Baroque style and so famous Park ensemble with its 150 fountains decorated with splendid gilded statues, as well as the amazing “play of water” which will surprise you during your promenade.
Catherine's Palace Catherine's Palace, one of the most beautiful residences of Russian Tsars is world famous for its Amber room that is fully covered with Baltic Amber.

The beautiful architecture of the palace finds its reflection in the neighboring park, where you can walk along the birches and firs, lakes and ponds, streams, bridges, sculptures, pavilions...
Pavlovsk Pavlovsk was built as a summer residence for Emperor Paul I and was used as his official residence.

The Palace is reminiscent of an Italian villa in design. It contains a unique collection of antique sculptures, 18-19th century furniture, bronze, clocks and porcelain. After touring the palace you can take a walk in the park that was known as the largest royal park in Europe.
St. Isaac's Cathedral St. Isaac's Cathedral was originally the city's main church and the largest cathedral in Russia. It was built to be one of the most impressive landmarks of the Russian Imperial capital.

One hundred and eighty years later the gilded dome of St. Isaac's still dominates the skyline of St. Petersburg. You can climb up to the top of the drum colonnade by the winding stairs and enjoy a panoramic view of St. Petersburg from the height of 43 meters.
The Peter and Paul Fortress Built to secure Russia’s hold on the Neva River delta, The Peter and Paul Fortress anticipated the foundation of St. Petersburg by a year – and may even have suggested to Peter the Great the idea of founding a city.

The cathedral in the middle of the fortress served as a burial place for the Russian Emperors and their families.
The Cathedral of the Savior on the Spilt Blood The Cathedral of the Savior on the Spilt Blood was erected in honor of Alexander II who was killed in a murder attempt. Its façade is made of red bricks, decorated with more than 7000 square meters of mosaic.

The Cathedral of Our Savior on the Spilled Blood stands out for its complicated and picturesque outline, as well as rich and multicolored decoration on the background of the austere Petersburg church architecture. Its silhouette is undoubtedly one of the symbols of the city.
The Russian Museum The Russian Museum, originally called the "Russian Museum of Emperor Alexander III", was established in 1895. The first few pictures that formed the original collection were donated by the Hermitage, the Academy of Fine Arts and the various royal palaces surrounding St. Petersburg.

The Russian Museum owns the biggest Russian collection of paintings, sculptures, drawings, items of applied and folk arts. The exhibition shows ancient icons of the 18th-20th centuries.
The Usupov Palace The Yusupov Palace is the sumptuous palace on the banks of the Neva River...

A visit to the palace allows one to get an insight into the luxury and wealth of noble families in pre-revolutionary times. It was here that Prince Felix Usupov planned and carried out the murder of Rasputin, who was lured to the Palace under the pretext of meeting Felix' young beautiful wife Irina...