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Contempla el esplendor de la vida de los zares en dos lugares diferentes con esta excursión de día completo desde San Petersburgo a las ciudades monumentales de Pushkin y Pávlovsk. Explora los fastuosos palacios de Catalina y Pávlovsk, pasea por los maravillosos parques de alrededor, y sé testigo de la opulencia en la que vivían los ''Emperadores y Autócratas de Todas las Rusias''.

La hermosa ciudad de Pushkin comenzó siendo un lugar de retiro para la dinastía de los Romanov, que en aquella época era una Tsarskoye Selo (la villa de los zares). Visita el Palacio de Catalina, la magnífica residencia rococó diseñada por Francesco Rastrelli. A pesar de los daños sufridos durante la guerra, el palacio todavía conserva los colores turquesa, blanco y dorado tan apreciados por Rastrelli. Para las bóvedas doradas se necesitaron unos cien kilos de oro. Accede a su interior y contempla una opulencia que parece de otro mundo. Observa los grabados en oro de la Gran Sala y las inmensas lámparas de araña. Admira la asombrosa reconstrucción de la Cámara de Ámbar, la imponente Galería de Pinturas y el Comedor Verde, entre otras auténticas obras de arte. Pasea por el pintoresco Parque de Alejandro, que une los palacios de Alejandro y Catalina, y esconde numerosos pabellones, estanques, originales puentes, pérgolas y esculturas.

Continúa hacia Pávlovsk y visita el palacio neoclásico construido a finales del siglo XVIII y principios del XIX junto a la orilla del río Slavianka para el zar Pablo I. En su interior se exhiben exclusivos muebles y una colección de pinturas y estatuas de valor incalculable. Los jardines ingleses de palacio conforman uno de los parques más hermosos de Europa. Paisajes verdes de arbustos, arroyos de agua fresca y caprichos como el Templo de la Amistad se unen para formar este entorno idílico.

Punto de encuentro: Recogida en el hotel.
Hora de inicio o apertura: 10:00 horas.
Hora final o cierre: 16:00 horas.

desde 205,11 €

Explora el majestuoso palacio y el parque del emperador Pablo I en esta excursión educativa guiada.

Este elegante edificio neoclásico situado a las afueras de San Petersburgo fue construido a finales del siglo XVIII y principios del XIX a orillas del río Slavianka. Las 600 hectáreas de terreno fueron originalmente un regalo de Catalina la Grande a su hijo Pablo por su nacimiento. El arquitecto escocés Cameron fue el encargado de diseñar el palacio. Lo hizo a imitación del estilo paladiano pero la parte original se calificó como muy pequeña y simple por el zar Pablo y su mujer, así que contrataron al ayudante de Cameron, Vicenzo Brenna, con la tarea de ampliar el palacio para crear un edificio más grandioso y majestuoso.

Tan pronto como entres en el edificio te sorprenderá la cantidad de decoración en contraste con su exterior más bien sencillo. Visita el Salón Italiano y eleva la vista hacia la cúpula central, contempla el decorado Salón Griego y admira el Vestíbulo Egipcio. Maravíllate con la paradoja del Salón de la Guerra y el Salón de la Paz y después pasea por la preciosa biblioteca y otros salones. Y al mismo tiempo deléitate en el mobiliario exquisito y la increíble colección de pinturas, estatuas y otras obras de arte que fueron principalmente amasadas por la propia familia en sus viajes de incógnito a través de Europa entre 1781 y 1782.

desde 99,5 €

Explora la ciudad a pie durante este tour de San Petersburgo. Pasea por los canales románticos de esta Venecia del Norte. Conozca los lugares destacados como el Museo del Hermitage, la Catedral de San Isaac y la Iglesia de El Salvador sobre la Sangre Derramada. También puede visitar la Fortaleza de Pedro y Pablo.

Meeting point:City Tourist Information Booth at the Palace Square
Duration:Approx. 3 hours.
Start or opening time:The tour is available on Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sun at 09.30 hours.
End or closing time:The tour ends at 12.30 hours approx. Please ask blackout dates.
Languages:English

Desvele las majestuosidades de San Petersburgo a través de la maravillosa tierra de Oz, escondida en uno de los patios locales de un monumento a los submarinos rusos. En este tour de San Petersburgo, usted aprenderá los secretos del metro Soviético mientras degusta la cerveza tradicional de miel en uno de los bares más exclusivos de la Fuerza Aérea Rusa. En el camino, quédese maravillado con la historia de Rasputín y Lenin mientras se deleita con la hermosa arquitectura art nouveau a lo largo del camino.

Meeting point:Vosstania Square, at the entrance to Vosstania Square metro station.
Duration:Approx. 3 hours.
Start or opening time:The tour is available on Tue, Fri, Sat at 19.00 hours
End or closing time:The tour ends at 22.00 hours approx.
Languages:English

Divulge in the history of Russia left behind by the likes of Rasputin and Lenin Uncover hidden gems through the Wizard of Oz and wallow in the architecture of Russia Savour traditional Russian delicacies like honey beer on this unique St Petersburg tour!This St Petersburg walking tour will show you the small things which make local life so bustling and important.

We begin at the Vosstania Square metro station where we will embark on a discovery to find the last surviving image of Stalin in its lavish décor and the place where massive doors stand to shut off a station to make it a nuclear shelter. Next we will visit a unique local pub run by the Russian aerobatics team, “Russian Knights,” complete with Soviet Air Force paraphernalia like ejection seats and an SU-27 tail fin fixed to the wall behind the bar. While here, we can’t forget to taste the local honey beer made as per an ancient Russian recipe. After savouring traditional locally made honey beer, your St Petersburg guide will continue walking towards a long grey Soviet-style building where the nuclear submarines, “Red Octobers” were designed and where a monument dedicated to Russian submarines stands nearby.

With a short walk from the monument, we will view the house of one of Russia’s most mysterious men, Rasputin! And nearby lays a small apartment that was once home to another of Russia’s infamous men in the 19th century, Vladimir Lenin. We will have the opportunity to walk with your St Petersburg guide through the archways of nearby buildings, experiencing the darkness of St. Petersburg called the “well-yards” where walls with windows stand just a few meters apart from each other, creating darkness within. Once we have escaped from the murkiness of well-yards we will immediately see the splendid art nouveau façade of Baltiysky train station, and certainly a different St Petersburg tour experience.

After a short walk from there, we will see an entire yard dedicated to the “Wizard of Oz” complete with paintings and sculptures from the fairytale’s characters, even an Emerald Town playground. The St. Petersburg sightseeing tour ends next to Vladimirskaya metro station where we depart while admiring the monument dedicated to Fyodor Dostoyevsky, one of the most famous Russian authors.

desde 46,9 €

This St Petersburg tour of this grand imperial city will start from the Palace Square, which is dominated by the Winter Palace. After crossing the Neva River stop at the Spit of St Basil Island. From the Spit enjoy panoramic views of the Palace Embankment with its renowned Hermitage Museum, and many prominent St Petersburg landmarks including St Isaac’s Cathedral, the Admiralty, and the Chamber of Curiosities.

With your local St Petersburg guide, you will pay a visit to the Peter and Paul Fortress, the oldest structure in the city, and the site where the town of Peter started in 1703. The cathedral located here became the burial place of the Russian emperors, and members of their families, from Peter the Great onwards.(visit to the cathedral is optional) Pass the Summer Gardens and the Field of Mars on the way to the Church of The Savior on Spilled Blood. The church was built on the spot where the Russian emperor Alexander II was assassinated in 1881.

Continue along Nevsky Prospect, the city’s busiest street, and home to restaurants, theatres, museums and splendid palaces of the ex-Russian aristocracy. Learn more about the local perspective and more St Petersburg history along the way. Pass the Stroganoff Palace where the famous beef stroganoff dish was invented. We stop our St Petersburg tour as we break for lunch in a Russian fast food place. Why not try a traditional dish like borsch (soup), blinis (pancakes), or beef stroganoff?

After lunch, we continue our St Petersburg walking tour towards St Isaac’s Square to see its beautiful cathedral. St Isaac’s Cathedral is a great example of late period classical architecture, and is richly decorated with sculptures, high relieves, oil paintings and mosaics. The cathedral used to be the principal place of worship in St Petersburg before the October Revolution of 1917. Your St Petersburg tour ends at the cathedral. Be sure to stay on to take a look inside or perhaps to climb the spiral staircase to the top of St Isaac’s dome to enjoy a breathtaking view of the city.

desde 46,9 €

Admiral Embankment, Admiralteyskaya emb.2

St Petersburg is the famous Russian port on the Baltic connecting Russia with the rest of Europe for centuries. Let City Sightseeing St Petersburg show you around Russia’s imperial capital and experience panoramic views of this dazzling metropolis from the top of our famous bright red double decker buses, hopping on and off at 19 conveniently located stops around the city over 1 or 2 days.

The gold domed, 19th century St Isaac’s Cathedral is the first stop on our route and is one of St Petersburg’s most famous landmarks offering wonderful views of the city from its gilded viewing platform. The cathedral was used as a museum of atheism in soviet times and remains a museum today boasting a collection of 19th century artwork, a sight not to be missed.

Continue on our tour to the city’s most famous building, the Winter Palace. Not only does it physically dominate Palace Square and the south embankment of the Neva River, but it also plays a central political, cultural role in the history of the city. For art enthusiasts the Hermitage boasts a marvel of masterpieces by the likes of Leonardo da Vinci, Picasso and Rembrandt. With over 3 million exhibits placed in 350 halls this is definitely a must see on your trip.

Your City Sightseeing tour will show you the many impressive buildings, statues, parks and canals that gives this city its uniqueness. Hop off and rub the toes of the 7 Atlantian Statues for good luck or explore the Nevsky Prospekt, that. as well as having numerous Palaces, Theatres and Museums, is the centre of the city’s social and cultural life with countless bars, restaurants, shops and cafes along its 3 mile stretch.

There are a number of other exciting attractions in the city including Kazan cathedral , summer garden and the Church of the Saviour on Spilled Blood, so make sure you take time to explore all St Petersburg has to offer and let City Sightseeing inform you through our exciting multilingual audio guide.

desde 11,85 €

La catedral de San Isaac y su cúpula dorada que data del siglo XIX es la primera parada de nuestra ruta y es uno de los monumentos más conocidos de San Petersburgo. Contempla las maravillosas vistas de la ciudad desde su plataforma de observación dorada. La catedral es, sin duda, una visita obligatoria ya que presume de una gran historia, pasando de ser un museo del ateísmo en tiempos soviéticos a una importante colección de obras de arte del siglo XIX.

El recorrido continúa hacia el edificio más famoso de la ciudad, el Palacio de Invierno, que no solamente domina la plaza del Palacio y el terraplén sur del río Neva, sino que también desempeña un papel político y cultural en la historia de la ciudad. Si eres amante del arte, el museo del Hermitage cuenta con obras maestras de artistas como Leonardo da Vinci, Picasso y Rembrandt. Explora sus 350 salas que albergan más de tres millones de obras y objetos.

Esta visita turística te brinda la oportunidad de descubrir los edificios más destacados de la San Petersburgo, las estatuas, parques y canales que definen el carácter de esta ciudad singular. Baja del autobús y toca los dedos de los pies de las siete estatuas atlantes para tener buena suerte. Si lo prefieres, explora la calle Nevsky Prospekt que, además de tener numerosos palacios, teatros y museos, es el centro de la vida social y cultural de la ciudad, repleto de bares, restaurantes, tiendas y cafés a lo largo de sus casi cinco kilómetros de longitud.

La catedral de Nuestra Señora de Kazán, el parque Jardín de Verano o la iglesia del Salvador sobre la Sangre Derramada, por nombrar algunos, son otros puntos destacados de la ciudad que son dignos de una visita. Preocúpate únicamente por tomarte el tiempo que haga falta para explorar la llamada «ciudad de los zares» y deja que City Sightseeing te dé toda la información necesaria a través de las audioguías multilingües.

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Audioguía disponible en: inglés, ruso, alemán, italiano, chino, francés, español, japonés y coreano.

desde 11,85 €

This tour is ideal for getting the feel of the city, and in particular its historical center and major monuments. Participants will enjoy Nevsky Prospect along with its most prestigious buildings: the Anichkov, Stroganov, and Belozersky Palaces; Lutheran, Catholic, and Armenian churches; the orthodox Cathedral of Our Lady of Kazan, the Eliseev, Singer, and Mertens buildings, and many others.

We will cross the Fontanka, the river that, along with the Moika River and Griboedov Canal, formed the border of the city center. The banks of Griboedov Canal are home to the well-known Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood, built in the so typically Russian style with its multicolored cupolas and gold onion domes. The former Winter Palace, once a residence of the tsars and now the Hermitage Museum, dominates the northern bank of the Neva River, while on the opposite bank the silhouette of the Peter and Paul Fortress and its high spire command the skyline.

We will stop by the House of Peter the Great - it was from this modest residence that the Tsar personally kept an eye on the construction of "his" city between 1703 and 1708. On Vasilievsky Island we will see the Strelka, the Menchikov palace and a historical building which is part of the State University.

We will pass by the Admiralty with its imposing gold broach, a symbol of the Russian navy on which Peter the Great wanted to base his empire. His equestrian statue is erected in front of the Senate building and St. Isaac’s Cathedral with its impressive columns made from Finnish red granite. Then there are the buildings of the Conservatory and Mariinsky Theatre on Theater Square, after which the tour will conclude with a visit to the St. Nicolas Naval Cathedral, surrounded by canals. This St. Petersburg landmark was designed and constructed by two main architects: the Spanish Agustin de Betancourt and French Auguste de Montferrand.

St. Isaac’s Cathedral is one of the largest cathedrals in Europe, while also one of the richest by the luxury of its materials: gold, malachite, lazuli, 14 varieties of marble, more than 40 minerals and semiprecious stones, granite from Finland, and 600 square meters of mosaics, along with numerous paintings and sculptures. The dome is covered with 100 kilograms of gold. The imposing columns are each 43 meters high and made from a single piece of granite from Finland. More than half a million workers took part in the construction of the cathedral, made particularly difficult by the swampy ground, the magnitude of the project, and the heavy materials that were employed - more than 300,000 tons! Today the cathedral is a museum, with only one small chapel used for religious purposes every day, though religious services are still held on the most important orthodox holidays.

desde 37,36 €

This tour is ideal for getting the feel of the city, and in particular its historical center and major monuments. Participants will enjoy Nevsky Prospect along with its most prestigious buildings: the Anichkov, Stroganov, and Belozersky Palaces; Lutheran, Catholic, and Armenian churches; the orthodox Cathedral of Our Lady of Kazan, the Eliseev, Singer, and Mertens buildings, and many others.

We will cross the Fontanka, the river that, along with the Moika River and Griboedov Canal, formed the border of the city center. The banks of Griboedov Canal are home to the well-known Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood, built in the so typically Russian style with its multicolored cupolas and gold onion domes. The former Winter Palace, once a residence of the tsars and now the Hermitage Museum, dominates the northern bank of the Neva River, while on the opposite bank the silhouette of the Peter and Paul Fortress and its high spire command the skyline.

We will stop by the House of Peter the Great - it was from this modest residence that the Tsar personally kept an eye on the construction of "his" city between 1703 and 1708. On Vasilievsky Island we will see the Strelka, the Menchikov palace and a historical building which is part of the State University.

We will pass by the Admiralty with its imposing gold broach, a symbol of the Russian navy on which Peter the Great wanted to base his empire. His equestrian statue is erected in front of the Senate building and St. Isaac’s Cathedral with its impressive columns made from Finnish red granite. Then there are the buildings of the Conservatory and Mariinsky Theatre on Theater Square, after which the tour will conclude with a visit to the St. Nicolas Naval Cathedral, surrounded by canals.

Erected in 1882 by order of Alexander III, it was designed and named to memorialize his father Alexander II, killed in a terrorist attack on pavement preserved inside. It was built in the traditional Russian style and influenced by churches from the Yaroslavl region and Saint Basil’s cathedral in Moscow, and is therefore very different from the rest of the churches in St. Petersburg. Its facade is made from red bricks decorated with mosaics, and its onion domes are covered with brightly-colored ceramics and gilded painting. However, it is the magnificent interior where the décor achieves its greatest splendour: more than 7500 square meters of mosaics, unlike any other church in the world. Its silhouette rising from the waters of Griboedov canal is undoubtedly one of the symbols of the city.

desde 37,36 €

This tour is ideal for getting the feel of the city, and in particular its historical center and major monuments. Participants will enjoy Nevsky prospect along with its most prestigious buildings: the Anichkov, Stroganov, and Belozersky Palaces; Lutheran, Catholic, and Armenian churches; the orthodox Cathedral of Our Lady of Kazan, the Eliseev, Singer, and Mertens buildings, and many others.

We will cross the Fontanka, the river that, along with the Moika River and Griboedov Canal, formed the border of the city center. The banks of Griboedov Canal are home to the well-known Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood, built in the so typically Russian style with its multicolored cupolas and gold onion domes. The former Winter Palace, once a residence of the tsars and now the Hermitage Museum, dominates the northern bank of the Neva River, while on the opposite bank the silhouette of the Peter and Paul Fortress and its high spire command the skyline. We will stop by the House of Peter the Great - it was from this modest residence that the Tsar personally kept an eye on the construction of "his" city between 1703 and 1708.

On Vasilievsky Island we will see the Strelka, the Menchikov palace and a historical building which is part of the State University. We will pass by the Admiralty with its imposing gold broach, a symbol of the Russian navy on which Peter the Great wanted to base his empire. His equestrian statue is erected in front of the Senate building and St. Isaac’s Cathedral with its impressive columns made from Finnish red granite. Then there are the buildings of the Conservatory and Mariinsky Theatre on Theater Square, after which the tour will conclude with a visit to the St. Nicolas Naval Cathedral, surrounded by canals. Located on a small island opposite the winter palace and dominating three branches of the Neva River, the Fortress was intended to protect the city from a naval assault. It was the city’s first building and is considered the foundation of St. Petersburg, while the tsars also used it as a political prison for their main opponents. Now it is a museum and one of the best spots in the city to enjoy magnificent panoramic views of the Neva’s southern bank.

One of the guns on the top of its bulwarks is even fired every day at noon, and what was initially a small wooden church built inside the big fortress was eventually expanded and improved on, becoming the current cathedral, both hits with visiting tourists. There we will take in the graves of all the tsars of the Romanov dynasty and their families, including the grave of Peter the Great, founder of the city, and those of Nicholas II and his family, killed during the Bolshevik revolution of 1918. Their remains were buried in the cathedral in 1998.

desde 37,36 €

This tour is ideal for getting the feel of the city, and in particular its historical centre and major monuments. Participants will enjoy Nevsky Prospect along with its most prestigious buildings: the Anichkov, Stroganov, and Belozersky Palaces; Lutheran, Catholic, and Armenian churches; the orthodox Cathedral of Our Lady of Kazan, the Eliseev, Singer, and Mertens buildings, and many others.

We will cross the Fontanka, the river that, along with the Moika River and Griboedov Canal, formed the border of the city center. The banks of Griboedov Canal are home to the well-known Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood, built in the so typically Russian style with its multicoloured cupolas and gold onion domes. The former Winter Palace, once a residence of the tsars and now the Hermitage Museum, dominates the northern bank of the Neva River, while on the opposite bank the silhouette of the Peter and Paul Fortress and its high spire command the skyline.

We will stop by the House of Peter the Great - it was from this modest residence that the Tsar personally kept an eye on the construction of "his" city between 1703 and 1708. On Vasilievsky Island we will see the Strelka, the Menchikov palace and a historical building which is part of the State University. We will pass by the Admiralty with its imposing gold broach, a symbol of the Russian navy on which Peter the Great wanted to base his empire. His equestrian statue is erected in front of the Senate building and St. Isaac’s Cathedral with its impressive columns made from Finnish red granite.

Then there are the buildings of the Conservatory and Mariinsky Theatre on Theater Square, after which the tour will conclude with a visit to the St. Nicolas Naval Cathedral, surrounded by canals.

desde 26,68 €

A guided tour completely in English, this tour is ideal for getting the feel of the city, and in particular its historical center and major monuments. Participants will enjoy Nevsky Prospect along with its most prestigious buildings: the Anichkov, Stroganov, and Belozersky Palaces; Lutheran, Catholic, and Armenian churches; the orthodox Cathedral of Our Lady of Kazan, the Eliseev, Singer, and Mertens buildings, and many others.

We will cross the Fontanka, the river that, along with the Moika River and Griboedov Canal, formed the border of the city center. The banks of Griboedov Canal are home to the well-known Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood, built in the so typically Russian style with its multicolored cupolas and gold onion domes. The former Winter Palace, once a residence of the tsars and now the Hermitage Museum, dominates the northern bank of the Neva River, while on the opposite bank the silhouette of the Peter and Paul Fortress and its high spire command the skyline. We will stop by the House of Peter the Great - it was from this modest residence that the Tsar personally kept an eye on the construction of "his" city between 1703 and 1708.

On Vasilievsky Island we will see the Strelka, the Menchikov palace and a historical building which is part of the State University. We will pass by the Admiralty with its imposing gold broach, a symbol of the Russian navy on which Peter the Great wanted to base his empire. His equestrian statue is erected in front of the Senate building and St. Isaac’s Cathedral with its impressive columns made from Finnish red granite. Then there are the buildings of the Conservatory and Mariinsky Theatre on Theater Square, after which the tour will conclude with a visit to the St. Nicolas Naval Cathedral, surrounded by canals.

The magnificent Hermitage Museum is the most important sight in St. Petersburg, occupying the Winter Palace, former residence of the Russian tsars, and three more adjacent buildings overlooking the Neva River. The Hermitage is Russia’s biggest museum and one of the most important in the world. It was founded in 1764 by Catherine the Great and it grew richer through the centuries as tsars purchased entire art collections abroad. Today it is home to more than three million masterpieces and hosts invaluable collections of sculptures, pictorial art, crystals, porcelain, carpets, jewellery, engravings, antiques from the classical era, modern art, weapons, medals, coins, precious books, and many more.

It is well known all over the world for its collections of Italian, Flemish, French, and Spanish pictorial art, and particularly for its paintings of Leonardo da Vinci, Raphael, and Rembrandt; impressionists such as Gauguin, Matisse, and Van Gogh; and such geniuses of modern art as Picasso. Its sumptuous interiors, richly decorated by the most talented artists, are a marvellous frame for this unique collection.

desde 58,7 €

St. Petersburg is rightfully called the "Northern Venice", as it was built on the marshy area on the delta of the Neva River. Because of its location the architects had to design a major, complex system of canals for drainage to surmount the environment - more than 100 canals spanning 300 kilometers were built in total, a trademark of the city today.

Cruising along the canals and rivers in St. Petersburg is undoubtedly both the best way to get acquainted with the unique spirit of the former imperial capital and to admire the facades of the city, along with its pink granite embankments and several of its 350 bridges, each with a specific name and history. The most beautiful bridges have decorative wrought-iron railings and ornamental sculptures.

desde 36,02 €

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