Individual walking tours
This tour is an opportunity to learn the history of the Russian Empire and the House of Romanov – from the beginnings of the city up until the 1917 revolution.
Admission to museums not included.
Route and content of the tour
The tour starts on Petrogradsky Island, the cradle of St. Petersburg’s history. After visiting Peter the Great’s House, the first royal ‘residence’ on a marshy site that would eventually transform into St. Petersburg, you will take a walk inside St. Peter and Paul Fortress, and climb up its wall to enjoy a magnificent view of the Neva banks.
After passing in our car by Krzesińska's House, an Art Nouveau architecture monument, you will reach the museum/cruiser Aurora that symbolizes epochal changes.
Then you will cross the Neva to Admiralteysky Island to watch the following classic buildings and monuments:
The tour will proceed to the scale model museum Petrovskaya Akvatoria featuring, among other displays, a miniature model of St. Petersburg as it would be seen in the 18th century.
To choose a convenient date and time for your tour, please book it no later than 24 hours before its beginning. Otherwise, the schedule will depend on the availability of our guides.
Our tours are planned on an individual basis. Cost is the same regardless of whether you take your tour alone or with friends or family.
If you change your mind, and want to cancel your tour after you have paid for it, you will get your money back.
We can plan a special individual tour for you, based on your preferences in terms of duration, topic, route, or cost. Depending on your choice, your tour can last a couple of hours or several days. Each separate part of your tour will begin and finish at any time and any place you choose.
For more details or booking, please contact us: +7 (812) 611-30-12 or firstname.lastname@example.org.