What could be better at the end of the day than a couple of vodka shots followed by mouthwatering pickles, then a relaxed stroll along the city's streets (or a panoramic city tour) and a refreshing private canal boat tour! No Russian Visa required.
Try 3 different kinds of vodka followed by typical after-vodka snacks, learn the history of this so-very-Russian beverage at the unique museum of Russian Vodka! Learn to know the difference between the kinds of vodka. Learn to drink vodka the way the Russians do it!
By day or by night, the most spectacular view of St. Petersburg can be seen from the water. The unforgettable panoramas of the Hermitage, squares and enbankments. A city was built over 42 islands, so St. Petersburg is surrounded by water and interlaced with a complex web of rivers and canals that seem to bind the city together, while also marking the borders of its different districts and neighborhoods. The slow ride by Nikolsky cathedral belltower, or throught the tunnels of the wide bridges, or under the glass walkway of Mariinsky theater, where the light is barely seen on the other side is an experience you'll never forget. St. Petersburg's architecture means that great vistas of the city are often visible from the water, and therefore an essential part of any exploration of the city is to get out in a boat and cruise the rivers and canals of St. Petersburg.
See as many highlights as one can possibly cover within a short period of time: Aurora cruiser, the first house of St. Petersburg, Nevsky Prospect, numerous rivers and bridges, Kazan Cathedral, Admiralty, Palace Square and the Hermitage museum, the Bronze Horseman monument to Peter the Great, Palace Bridge, St. Nicholas Cathedral, University Embankment with its historical buildings: Kunstkammer, the Academy of Sciences, and St. Petersburg State University, Menshikov Palace, the Square of Arts with Michael's Palace, the Mosque, the Smolny Convent, the Taurida Palace, the Foundry Prospect with the "Big House" (the KGB headquarters) and many more!Please note that depending on the time allowed, not all sights might be included!
Visa-Free paperwork is complimentary and included into your tour package. Don't forget to provide us with your passport details in a timely manner.
When booking, please have the following details ready for each participant:
1) Name as in Passport
2) Passport Number
3) Date of Birth
Tour time: 18:00 - 21:00 (Vodka museum closes at 19:00!)
|18:00||Meet your guide and guide by the cruise ship after passport control.|
Take it easy after a long tour day and relax! First, we will take you to a unique museum of Russian Vodka where you will not only learn the history of this so-very-Russian beverage, but will also try 3 different kids of vodka followed by typical after-vodka snacks.
|19:00 - 20:00||
Continue your day with an evening stroll along the city's streets, hop into a couple of bars if you'd like, do some shopping, and finally enjoy a refreshing private boat ride along rivers and canals.
If you are not up to shopping, bar hopping or doing a walking city tour - your guide and driver will gladly take you on a Panoramic Driving tour before it's time to board your private boat.
|21:00||Return back to your cruise ship|
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