You will be picked up from your city centre hotel. Your first stop is the Nevsky Prospect.
This is St. Petersburg’s main avenue and one of the best-known streets in Russia. Adorned with beautiful buildings, squares and bridges, the Nevsky Prospect is today the very center of the city. See the impressive Kazan Cathedral and the Alexander Nevsky Monastery. Enjoy the wonderful view of Kanal Griboedova and the picturesque Russian-style Church of Our Savior on Spilled Blood.
Just a stone's throw from the Nevsky Prospect is the Arts Square and the Russian Museum. Also worth seeing are the Russian National Library (the second largest branch in the country), an impressive monument to Catherine the Great and the Anichkov Bridge, adorned with 4 striking equestrian statues.
Nevsky Prospect is also the city’s central shopping street and the hub of the city’s entertainment and nightlife.
Continue to the Palace Square, considered to be the city’s main square, houses the Baroque Winter Palace (built in 1754-62). The most famous building of imperial St. Petersburg, the palace served as the residence of the Tsars and the backdrop for the 1905 and 1917 Revolutions. The Winter Palace, with its opulent baroque facade, stretching two hundred meters, is undoubtedly the most famous building of the square and it houses the Hermitage, the world's largest museum of art.
End your day with a visit to St Isaac's Cathedral. The dome of St. Isaac’s Cathedral dominates the skyline of St. Petersburg and its gilded cupola can be seen glistening from all over the city. Climb up the 300 or so steps to the observation walkway at the base of the cathedral’s dome and enjoy the breathtaking views over the city. One of the finest architectural monuments of the 19th century, this former principal cathedral of the Russian capital has a seating capacity of 14,000 people.
You will be returned to your hotel at the end of the tour.