City-tour of St. Petersburg and visit to the Cathedral of St. Isaak and the Church on the Spilled Blood
Meeting with your highly qualified guide in the lobby of the hotel.
During excursion in comfortable car you will admire the most important and interesting sights of St. Petersburg. You will have a real pleasure and unforgettable impressions of architectural ensembles, beautiful parks, squares and streets of our wonderful city which got the name of the cultural capital of Russia. You will see the Palace Square, Spit of Vasilievski Island, the sphinxes of ancient Egypt, the Decembrists Square with the monument to the founder of St. Petersburg known as «The Bronze Horseman», the Winter Palace, Nevsky Avenue, the Cathedral of Our Lady of Kazan, the Arts square, the Summer Garden, piers and bridges of the Neva River,the Fortress of Peter and Paul, etc. During excursion we will make several stops to admire monuments and interesting places and take pictures which will always remind about your visit to St. Petersburg.
During excursion you will observe the magnificent interior of St. Isaac’s Cathedral— one of the finest and largest cathedrals in Europe. The original decoration of the Cathedral shows the works of famous Russian masters. It is decorated with obout 200 pictures, 65 mosaics, about 350 sculptures and bas-reliefs, 43 tipes of different stones.
We invite you to visit the Church of the Resurrection of Christ which has another more known name-the Church on the Spilled Blood. It was constructed on the same place where the Russian Emperor Alexander ΙΙ was assassinated in 1881. The Church on the Spilled Blood for its architecture is very similar to churches in ancient Russia. The facades and interior decoration are covered with 7 000 m² of mosaics in the old Russian technique.
Cathedrals are closed on Wednesday
Duration 4 hours
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The prices include: professional guide, private transport, entrance tickets to the Cathedrals , permissions for photo / video.