Tour to Saint Petersburg
5 days / 4 nights


Recommended all year around

This 5 days Saint Petersburg tour Itinerary has been made for the guests who would like to combine guided excursions and some free time to explore our beautiful city in their own way. Your personal driver will be waiting for you in the Airport to take you to your hotel safe and sound. The next day you will meet your guide in the hotel and your exiting touring through the most amazing pages of history of Romanov's Empire, the richest in the world.

01 Day:

  • Arrival in St. Petersburg. Private transfer to the hotel without guide.
  • Check In. Free time. Overnight.

02 Day:

  • Breakfast at hotel.
  • Sightseeing tour including Peter and Paul Fortress.
  • St.Isaak’s cathedral. Afternoon free. Overnight.

03 Day:

  • Breakfast at hotel.
  • Day by Metro: Excursion to the State Hermitage Museum: the main building.
  • Afternoon free. Overnight.

04 Day:

  • Breakfast at hotel.
  • Day free. Overnight.

05 Day:

  • Breakfast at hotel.
  • Check out.
  • Private transfer to the Airport without guide.

  • Price & Booking window:
    Price is given in EURO per person per tour in 1/2 double (twin) room;
    Reservation is possible for the period: 01/06/2023 – 30/12/2023.
  • What is included?
    • Accommodation in 4* hotel with buffet breakfast;
    • Arrival and departure transfer by private vehicle;
    • Excursions with a local guide English /or German /or Spanish /or Italian/ or French and a private tourist-class vehicle. Other languages are at extra fee;
    • Entrance tickets to the museums mentioned in the Itinerary;
    • All taxes and mandatory service charges.
  • Important note:
    All tours and rates given in this offer are subject to availability. We reserve the right to revise the costing during large events and in case of increases in tax, service charges, fuel costs, currency exchange rate and other such events beyond our control.
faq: what are the main masterpieces to not miss in the HERMITAGE MUSEUM?

Jordan Staircase

This is the main staircase of the Winter Palace. It was used by the royal family to go to the Neva River for christenings. Two broad flights of marble steps lead up to a landing, embellished with grey granite columns. On the ceiling, dating back to the 18th century, visitors can see the truly impressive painting, depicting Mount Olympus.

The Peacock Clock

Peacock Clock at the Winter Palace is another not-to-be-missed piece of art, housed in the Pavilion Hall of the Small Hermitage, famous for its exquisite marble colonnade and crystal chandeliers. The clock was designed by the outstanding London jeweler and goldsmith James Cox and brought in pieces to St. Petersburg for Russian empress Catherine the Great in 1781.

Leonardo da Vinci. The Benois Madonna

One of the greatest geniuses of the Renaissance era, Leonardo da Vinci combined the talents of artist and scientist, inventor and thinker. Only around a dozen of his original paintings have survived down to the present day. The Benois Madonna, an early work by the artist is a particular pride of the museum. 

Rembrandt. Danaë

Love undoubtedly also inspired Rembrandt to produce Danaë. One of the Hermitage’s Rembrandt masterpieces became known to the world for an unfortunate reason. In 1985, a vandal poured sulfuric acid over the canvas, after which the painting was under restoration for more than 12 years.

Rembrandt. Return of the Prodigal Son

One of the most famous and recognizable paintings by Rembrandt was bought by Catherine the Great in 1766. The artist painted the work just months before his death (in 1669). “Rembrandt goes so deep into the mysterious that he says things for which there are no words in any language. It is with justice that they call Rembrandt “magician” that’s no easy occupation. (Vincent Van Gogh)

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