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St. Petersburg Walking City Tour

Highlights
  • 3-hour cultural walking tour of St Petersburg
  • Discover the grandeur of the imperial city with a guide
  • Stroll along Nevsky Prospect to St Isaac’s Cathedral
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St. Petersburg Walking City Tour
From US$56.00
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St. Petersburg Walking City Tour
From US$56.00
Overview
Discover beautiful St. Petersburg by foot on a 3-hour, small-group walking tour of its architectural treasures. With a guide, set out to explore the signature sights of this spectacular city, Russia’s capital during the 1700s and 1800s, as you uncover its history. See top St. Petersburg attractions including St Isaac’s Cathedral and Palace Square, walk along Nevsky Prospect, and learn about the city’s present-day culture and life. Numbers are limited to 12 tour for a more intimate experience.
What to Expect
Meet your guide in Palace Square and take in views of the Winter Palace. Pass the spot where the Beef Stroganoff dish was invented and continue toward the impressive cathedral in St. Isaac’s Square. Learn about the structure's many uses over the centuries and its architectural flourishes, and see the symbol of St. Petersburg: the bronze horseman.

Cross the Neva River and stop for panoramic views of the Palace Embankment. See the Hermitage Museum, the Chamber of Curiosities, St. Isaac’s Cathedral, and the Admiralty.

Next, follow your guide to the oldest structure in the city, and the site where the town of Peter started in 1703. Opt to take a look inside the cathedral, the burial place of Russian emperors.

Continue past the Field of Mars and the Summer Gardens to the most famous church in town, built where the Russian emperor Alexander II was assassinated in 1881.

Then stroll along Nevsky Prospect, bustling with restaurants, theaters, museums, and ornate palaces of the ex-Russian aristocracy, and learn the history behind the area as you go.

Afterward, make your last stop at a traditional Russian cafe to try traditional dishes such as Beef Stroganoff, borsch (soup), or blinis (pancakes). Your walking tour will end here.
Reviews (57)
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Holly and Jim

We went on the tour led by Anna, a bright, enthusiastic, and knowledgeable young woman who taught us much of the city’s history while also sharing her own experiences of growing up and living in Russia. We appreciated the advice and recommendations she gave us...More

1  Thank Holly B
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Perfect way to start the trip!

A huge thanks to Oksana for the wonderful experience and all that she shared with and taught our family. She was so engaging and enthusiastic which made it interesting for all of us and her willingness to answer questions and share advice made the rest...More

Thank aixploringprovence
Reviewed 4 October 2018 via mobile
Sunshine ☀️ even on a rainy day 😁

This is a perfect way to quickly get to really know the sites and history of Saint Petersburg...until I could schedule this tour, I walked around the first day on my own and saw some places but this tour adds so much more meaning to...More

2  Thank ForestKeeper A
Reviewed 18 September 2018 via mobile
Great tour

Oxana was a great guide that showed us many of the highlights of the city with energy and humour. The three hours flew by and included a lunch stop which was needed at the end :-)

1  Thank anjo216
Reviewed 11 September 2018
Super fun, super informative

Oksana led our small group (just two of us travelers and her) on a wonderful, winding walking tour through St Petersburg, over the bridge to Peter and Paul Fortress and back on the metro, winding up at a tremendously great car/cafe with a torture/jail theme....More

1  Thank Andrew C
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LazinA_97
11 June 2018|
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Response from Jet505775 | Reviewed this property |
You will need to confirm with the tour agent. I paid for our tour to be exclusive for the two of us.
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hazelron
24 May 2018|
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Response from Jet505775 | Reviewed this property |
As far as I’m aware you need a Visa to enter Russia.
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