Trip to Saint-Petersburg
Amazing panoramic city tour with a private driver at the most cherished gems of St. Petersburg
A highlight of the day is a guided tour of the of the Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood, which stands where Russia's great emperor Alexander II was mortally wounded.
After a drive along the Summer Garden and crossing the Neva River you have a chance to see the legendary Cruiser Aurora. Afterward, you visit the Peter and Paul Fortress - a burial place of almost all the Russian emperors and empresses from Peter the Great to Nicholas II and his family.
Before returning to your hotel you see some other major sights as the University Embankment, the Mariinsky Theater, and the Alexandrinsky Theatre.
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Kazan Cathedral (Cathedral of our lady of Kazan) in St. Petersburg is located in the heart of the city and due to its unusual architecture deservedly considered one of the symbols of the Northern capital of Russia. This major attraction is the Orthodox Cathedral Church of the St. Petersburg diocese of the Russian Church.
The Church of the Resurrection is a unique monument of Russian mosaic art. Multi-colored mosaics and mosaic panels cover the walls, arches and domes of the temple.
Peter and Paul fortress is one of the oldest military engineering structures of St. Petersburg. With its construction, in fact, began the birth of the city. Its construction began in 1703 at the suggestion of Peter I and was led by Prince Alexander Menshikov.
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