Map Vyborg is a city with an ancient history. Founded back in 1293 by the Swedes, it has not lost its medieval charm to this day. It is as an island of the medieval world Vyborg is interesting for tourists. Town hall, medieval houses, castle, Church, Bastion, fortifications, churches and cathedrals – this is not a complete list of places to plunge into the European past. The views are just wonderful.
The tour starts from the hotel and to Vyborg you can go on a tour bus or a comfortable train Lastochka (travel time about 1 hour).



  • Duration: 10 hours
  • Countries: (1) Viborg
  • Experiences: 5
  • Ages: 0+

Description of the museums that we visit in the city tour Viborg


It was built on a small island in the Gulf of Finland. It is the oldest of Vyborg fortifications - it dates back to the XIII century. In Russia it is one of the few fully preserved monuments of Western European medieval military architecture.

  • history
  • trip time: 2 hours

Monrepo is a natural Park of Fennoscandia. Here you will be able to meet incredibly ancient stone of the ridge (with a height of sometimes up to twenty meters) of the ice age of the rapakivi granite. The rare beauty of the rock landscape Park is located in the former private estate of the barons of Nicolai.

  • history
  • trip time: 1 hour

What's included

  • Guide

    English speaking guide during city tour

  • Museum

    Excursions to museums on the tour

  • Meals

    Lunch during the excursion is not included in the price

  • Transport

    Modern car or bus with air conditioning


  • from
    number of persons
  • start: Monday 10/01/2018
    end: Sunday 04/01/2018
    status: 1-3
    price: EUR 800
  • start: Tuesday 05/01/2018
    end: Sunday 09/30/2018
    status: 1-3
    price: EUR 900



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