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    Go Local - Matryoshka Painting Master Class

    St. Petersburg, Russia

    Duration 3 1/2 hrs

    Learn to paint your own version of Matryoshka nesting dolls in a hands-on class and then enjoy a traditional Russian tea party with ice cream at a downtown café. ...
    Learn to paint your own version of Matryoshka nesting dolls in a hands-on class and then enjoy a traditional Russian tea party with ice cream at a downtown café. more...

    Learn to paint your own version of Matryoshka nesting dolls in a hands-on class and then enjoy a traditional Russian tea party with ice cream at a downtown café. The wooden dolls have been wildly popular since 1900, when they won the bronze medal in the World Exposition in Paris. A set of these iconic Russian souvenirs typically contains seven dolls of decreasing size, each one identically painted and nesting inside another. Each folk-art doll depicts a young peasant woman bundled up, her head covered with a babushka. Matryoshka means “little matron,” and the dolls are said to represent motherhood and family. An art expert will offer guidance as you paint your own set of dolls in the hands-on class. Feel free to paint your dolls to look traditional or take a more creative approach. When finished painting your Matryoshka nesting dolls, the set will be your souvenir to take home.


    HIGHLIGHTS:
    • Paint a set of Matryoshka nesting dolls however your see fit and take them home.
    • Discover how these iconic Russian dolls first became popular and what they represent.
    • Toast your creativity by indulging in a traditional tea party with ice cream.

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    • Adult from: 137,57 EUR
    • Child from: 137,57 EUR
    DURATION 3 1/2 hrs
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 2
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    Go Local - Behind the Scenes of Mariinsky Theatre

    St. Petersburg, Russia

    Duration 4 hrs

    Follow the curator of the legendary Mariinsky Theatre on a private behind-the-scenes tour and then linger over a cup of tea with a ballerina as she shares stories of her life as a dancer. ...
    Follow the curator of the legendary Mariinsky Theatre on a private behind-the-scenes tour and then linger over a cup of tea with a ballerina as she shares stories of her life as a dancer. more...

    Follow the curator of the legendary Mariinsky Theatre on a private behind-the-scenes tour and then linger over a cup of tea with a ballerina as she shares stories of her life as a dancer. The neoclassical theatre can trace its history back to 1783. It is masterfully designed and surprisingly large, as it has been renovated repeatedly and added onto over the centuries. The curator will lead you into areas that are typically off limits to the general public. Depending on the day, your insider’s tour could reveal the inner workings of the stage, the grandeur of the royal box and the costume storage rooms. You may also hear intriguing details about the lives of the most famous dancers and singers that have performed there. Afterwards, you will meet a ballerina in a nearby restaurant. She will openly share her personal life story, and you are welcome to ask questions about her experiences on and off the stage.


    HIGHLIGHTS:
    • Take an exclusive behind-the-scenes tour of the Mariinsky Theatre with the curator.
    • Learn the inner workings of the theatre and details about the lives of its famous dancers.
    • Meet a ballerina for a cup of tea and to hear about her experiences on and off the stage.

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    • Adult from: 172,18 EUR
    • Child from: 172,18 EUR
    DURATION 4 hrs
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 2
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    Pushkin & The Hermitage

    St. Petersburg, Russia

    Duration 8 hrs

    In the morning your tour takes you outside of the city to the historical town of Pushkin. The drive will take you to the Egyptian Gates, the entrance to the Tsar’s Village in Pushkin. ...
    In the morning your tour takes you outside of the city to the historical town of Pushkin. The drive will take you to the Egyptian Gates, the entrance to the Tsar’s Village in Pushkin. more...

    In the morning your tour takes you outside of the city to the historical town of Pushkin. The drive will take you to the Egyptian Gates, the entrance to the Tsar’s Village in Pushkin. Catherine’s Palace in the Tsar’s Village ranks as one of the masterpieces of world art. Peter the Great presented the estate to his wife Catherine in 1710 and on it, a small palace built by architect Braunstein. From this time until the time of the last Russian Tsar, Tsar’s Village was used as the summer residence of the Royal Family. In 1756, Bartelomeo Rastrelli expanded the palace in Baroque style. Its grandiose, white and gold facade stretches 978 feet.


    The palace tour takes you through the series of magnificent rooms, including the famous Picture Gallery, the Great Hall and the world famous Amber Room. The parks of the estate add to the splendor of the palace, and several of them are embellished with a number of charming pavilions. The town of Pushkin is famous not only for its remarkable palace and parks, but the man it was named after – Alexander Pushkin. He was the most celebrated poet in the country and a resident of this town at the beginning of the 19th century.


    After the tour, you’ll continue to one of the dining venues for lunch after which, you’ll drive back to the city for a tour of the Hermitage Museum, the largest art museum in Russia and the most prestigious museum in the world. The Hermitage Museum occupies the Winter Palace, the winter residence of the Russian Tsars and four more buildings.


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    • Adult from: 250,04 EUR
    • Child from: 163,52 EUR
    DURATION 8 hrs
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 2
    Available languages:
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    Imperial St. Petersburg

    St. Petersburg, Russia

    Duration 9 hrs

    Your journey starts with a transfer to Peterhof, the town of palaces, fountains and parks, built by Peter the Great to rival Versailles. ...
    Your journey starts with a transfer to Peterhof, the town of palaces, fountains and parks, built by Peter the Great to rival Versailles. more...

    Your journey starts with a transfer to Peterhof, the town of palaces, fountains and parks, built by Peter the Great to rival Versailles. It lies on the southern shore of the Gulf of Finland, 22 miles west of St. Petersburg. The Grand Palace, built in the beginning of the 18th century, is known as the most brilliant of all the summer residences of the Russian Tsars. The estate construction spanned two centuries and upon its completion, it encompassed seven parks and more than 20 smaller palaces and pavilions.


    The layout of the 300 acre park and spectacular fountains was designed by Peter himself. The Grand Cascade, often considered the chief delight of the grounds, consists of three waterfalls, an avenue of 64 fountains and 37 gilded statues. Samson, the main attraction of Peterhof, is located at the base of the Great Cascade. After your tour of the Grand Palace, you’ll proceed to the magnificent gardens of the Low Park to admire the numerous fountains and statues of the Grand Cascade.


    After arriving back in town, you’ll be taken to the Spit of Vasilievsky Island, where you’ll enjoy views of the city including the Hermitage Museum and Peter and Paul Fortress, which you will tour next. Once inside the Peter and Paul Cathedral, you’ll be surrounded by marble columns, glittering chandeliers and painted decor, combined with carved and gilded iconostasis to create a magnificent setting for the tombs of Romanov monarchs. You'll also have some free time for shopping.


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    • Adult from: 241,39 EUR
    • Child from: 172,18 EUR
    DURATION 9 hrs
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 2
    Available languages:
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    Panoramic St. Petersburg By Double-Decker

    St. Petersburg, Russia

    Duration 4 hrs

    Enjoy the amazing views of the most iconic places St. Petersburg has to offer, all from the top of a double decker bus. You’ll be on board your own private Hop on Hop off tour. ...
    Enjoy the amazing views of the most iconic places St. Petersburg has to offer, all from the top of a double decker bus. You’ll be on board your own private Hop on Hop off tour. more...

    Enjoy the amazing views of the most iconic places St. Petersburg has to offer, all from the top of a double decker bus. You’ll be on board your own private Hop on Hop off tour. Thirteen (13) different languages (Russian, English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Chinese, Japanese, Dutch, Swedish, Finnish, Arabic & Korean) and five (5) full stops, will help you discover the city’s past and present.


    Don’t wait for the bus, the bus will wait for you! Plus, your tour includes a private professional guide during the whole ride, which will be ready to assist in any questions for a deep understanding of this amazing city. Hop Off at the following Stops, walk around, take some pictures and when you are ready, Get back on board. The bus will be waiting for you:

    1. St Isaac's Cathedral
    2. Spit of Vasilevskiy Island
    3. Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood
    4. Neva Embankment
    5. Cruiser Aurora


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    • Adult from: 68,35 EUR
    • Child from: 62,30 EUR
    DURATION 4 hrs
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 1
    Available languages:
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    Grand Imperial Evening of the Tsars

    St. Petersburg, Russia

    Duration 5 1/2 hrs

    Relive the luxury of the 18th-century Imperial Russian court on an evening visit to one of the most amazing Royal Palaces. ...
    Relive the luxury of the 18th-century Imperial Russian court on an evening visit to one of the most amazing Royal Palaces. more...

    Relive the luxury of the 18th-century Imperial Russian court on an evening visit to one of the most amazing Royal Palaces.


    Following a 17-mile journey south, you will be greeted by Royal Guards in front of the lavish Catherine Palace. The palace's stunning aqua blue and white facade that stretches 984 ft. in length,is adorned with a profusion of atlantes, columns, pilasters and ornamental window framings. This summer residence is renowned for its splendid interior with the finest of furnishings and china.


    Once inside the palace you will view an exhibition of the Romanovs' portraits and private rooms before entering the Golden Suite of Rooms where the world famous Amber Room is located. The Amber Room of the palace was once considered to be the "Eighth Wonder of the World". The amber wall panels were presented to Peter the Great in 1717 by King Friedrich Wilhelm. The original panels were too short for the high ceilings in the Catherine Palace but Rastrelli found a simple solution. He set 24 narrow pilasters faced with mirrors between the panels and installed a canvas freize above them painted to match the amber. The panels were made of small pieces of amber, decorated with moldings in amber and weighed 800 kg. The panels were too heavy to dismantle and evacuate to safety when the Second World War broke out and they were looted by the Nazi army, dispatched to Germany and never seen again. Preserved photographs and archives from the time helped Russian art experts to fashion thin amber pieces so that they exactly match the original in shape and color, thus recreating the legendary work of art. Once again, the eye is mesmerized and blinded by the wealth and warmth of the amber tones, from lemony yellow to a deep red.


    You will then proceed to the Grand Hall where you will be served a glass of Russian sparkling wine to the sounds of classical music. The arrangement of large windows and mirrors in the spaces of wall between them, as well as the multiple reflections in the mirrors, gilded carvings and the vast ceiling painting - all combine to create the illusion of infinite space. As in days gone by, Catherine II will mix with her honored guests while the orchestra provides musical accompaniment.


    Following the reception you will descend the Main staircase to the courtyard where the pageantry continues. The Imperial Guards will parade to the music and a carriage will arrive with a courtly couple that will dance one last time before departing. Next, a short transfer by coach will take you to the Imperial Carriage Museum. Here, enjoy a guided inspection of the 23 coaches by well-known Russian and Western European masters of the 18th and 19th centuries, that once carried Russia's highest nobility.


    Afterwards, you will proceed to a local restaurant, where you will be treated to traditional Russian cuisine and a performance by a Russia folkloric group. When your exciting and magical evening comes to a close, you will return to the pier where your ship awaits.

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    • Adult from: 215,44 EUR
    • Child from: 215,44 EUR
    DURATION 5 1/2 hrs
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 3
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    Best of St. Petersburg

    St. Petersburg, Russia

    Duration 2 Days

    This two full day tour combination lets you enjoy the best of St. Petersburg: Catherine's Palace, Hermitage Museum, Peterhof Grand Palace and a city tour.. ...
    This two full day tour combination lets you enjoy the best of St. Petersburg: Catherine's Palace, Hermitage Museum, Peterhof Grand Palace and a city tour.. more...

    This two full day tour combination lets you enjoy the best of St. Petersburg: Catherine's Palace, Hermitage Museum, Peterhof Grand Palace and a city tour.


    Day 1: In the morning your tour takes you to the Hermitage Museum, the largest art museum in Russia and the most prestigious museum in the world. The Hermitage Museum occupies the Winter Palace, the winter residence of the Russian Tsars, and four more buildings.


    Following lunch at one of the restaurants in the city center, head over to the Spit of Vasilievsky Island, where you'll enjoy views of the city. Visit St. Peter and Paul Cathedral, where you'll be surrounded by marble columns and glittering chandeliers. Drive along the Neva embankment, and Nevsky Prospect, towards your ship. You'll also have some free time for shopping.


    Day 2: : Begin with a transfer to the town of Pushkin (former Tsar's Village) where you’ll visit Catherine’s Palace. Peter the Great presented this estate to his wife Catherine in 1710. It was used as the summer residence of the Royal Family. Its grandiose, white-and-gold facade stretches 978 feet. You'll walk through a series of magnificent rooms, including the famous Great Hall and the Amber Room. The town of Pushkin is famous for the man it was named after – Alexander Pushkin, the most celebrated poet in the country.


    Continue to one of the dining venues for lunch, and then drive to Peterhof, the town of palaces, fountains and parks, which was built by Peter the Great to rival Versailles. It lies on the southern shore of the Gulf of Finland. The Grand Palace is known as the most brilliant of all the summer residences of the Russian Tsars. The layout of the 300-acre park and spectacular fountains was designed by Peter himself. The Grand Cascade consists of three waterfalls, an avenue of 64 fountains and 37 gilded statues.


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    • Adult from: 431,74 EUR
    • Child from: 301,96 EUR
    DURATION 2 Days
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 2
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    Spilled Blood Cathedral & Hermitage

    St. Petersburg, Russia

    Duration 7 3/4 hrs

    The route takes you through the State Rooms of the Winter Palace, the collection of Western European art featuring Leonardo da Vinci, Raphael, Titian and others, Dutch and Flemish Art collections, including masterpieces by Rembrandt, Rubens and Van Dyck. ...
    The route takes you through the State Rooms of the Winter Palace, the collection of Western European art featuring Leonardo da Vinci, Raphael, Titian and others, Dutch and Flemish Art collections, including masterpieces by Rembrandt, Rubens and Van Dyck. more...

    The Hermitage Museum ranks among the most prestigious museums in the world, containing about three million objects of unparalleled importance. The route takes you through the State Rooms of the Winter Palace, the collection of Western European art featuring Leonardo da Vinci, Raphael, Titian and others, Dutch and Flemish Art collections, including masterpieces by Rembrandt, Rubens and Van Dyck. You’ll see the collection of Spanish art, second only to Madrid’s Prado.


    From the Hermitage, your coach proceeds to drive towards one of the main landmarks of St. Petersburg – the Church on Spilled Blood. This exquisitely decorated cathedral was built on the spot where Tsar Alexander II was fatally wounded by a member of the People’s Will revolutionary terrorist organization on March I, 1881. Combining the artistic styles of the 15th, 16th and 17th centuries, the cathedral is a kaleidoscope of decorative elements, with an extensive collection of mosaics that cover over 8,400 square yards, and five domes that are covered with more than 1,000 square yards of jeweler’s enamel. You'll also have some free time for shopping on this tour.


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    • Adult from: 250,04 EUR
    • Child from: 163,52 EUR
    DURATION 7 3/4 hrs
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 2
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    2 Days and an Evening

    St. Petersburg, Russia

    Duration 12 1/2 hrs

    This tour is a combination of two of our most popular half day tour plus an evening Russian Folkloric show. This three tour combination lets you enjoy City Highlights and the Peter & Paul Fortress, A Russian Folkloric Extravaganza and Peterhof, the Russian Versailles. ...
    This tour is a combination of two of our most popular half day tour plus an evening Russian Folkloric show. This three tour combination lets you enjoy City Highlights and the Peter & Paul Fortress, A Russian Folkloric Extravaganza and Peterhof, the Russian Versailles. more...

    This tour is a combination of two of our most popular half day tour plus an evening Russian Folkloric show. This three tour combination lets you enjoy City Highlights and the Peter & Paul Fortress, A Russian Folkloric Extravaganza and Peterhof, the Russian Versailles.


    Day 1: Your coach brings you to the city center, the Spit of Vasilievsky Island, to enjoy the magnificent view of the Neva River and the Rostral Columns. This stop will give you a chance to take pictures of the Winter Palace and other buildings of the Hermitage Museum, as well as the Peter and Paul Fortress situated right across the river. The tour continues inside the fortress. Once inside the cathedral, admire the beauty of its marble columns, glittering chandeliers, and painted decor combined with carved and gilded iconostasis, create a magnificent setting for the tombs of the Romanov monarchs. After your guided tour of the St. Peter and Paul Cathedral and Fortress grounds, you’ll continue on a drive along the embankments of the Neva River. A photo stop will be made at St. Isaac’s Cathedral. Your tour ends at St. Isaac’s Square, from where your coach will take you back to the pier. Day 1 - Evening: : Later in the evening you’ll be taken to the concert hall to enjoy a Russian Folkloric performance. Get acquainted with the fascinating songs and dances from the nations inhabiting Russia, and the republics of the former Soviet Union. You'll be offered Russian sparkling wine and mineral water. This evening will take you on a spiritual journey through different regions of Russia, with energetic dances of Don Cossacks and melodic Russian and Ukrainian songs, including the world-famous Kalinka and Katyusha. Day 2: Take a short drive to Peterhof, the town of palaces, fountains and parks, built by Peter the Great to rival Versailles. It lies on the southern shore of the Gulf of Finland, 22 miles west of St. Petersburg. After a short walk from the parking lot you’ll reach the main entrance of the Grand Palace. Built in the beginning of the 18th century, Peterhof is known as the most brilliant of all the summer residences of the Russian Tsars. The estate construction spanned two centuries, and upon its completion it encompassed seven parks and more than 20 smaller palaces and pavilions. Peter himself designed the layout of the 300 acre park and spectacular fountains. You'll also have some free time for shopping on this tour.


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    • Adult from: 301,96 EUR
    • Child from: 206,78 EUR
    DURATION 12 1/2 hrs
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 2
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    Magnificent St. Petersburg

    St. Petersburg, Russia

    Duration 9 hrs

    Take a short drive to the city center while your guide introduces you to the history of St. Petersburg. ...
    Take a short drive to the city center while your guide introduces you to the history of St. Petersburg. more...

    Take a short drive to the city center while your guide introduces you to the history of St. Petersburg. You’ll stop on the Spit of Vasilievsky Island for an opportunity to take in the views of the Neva River, the Rostral Columns, the Winter Palace and other buildings of the Hermitage Museum, as well as St. Peter and Paul Fortress, situated right across the river. You’ll a drive along the Neva River embankments, passing the St. Peter and Paul Fortress.


    Take a guided tour inside St. Isaac’s Cathedral, one of the largest cathedrals in Europe. The interior of the cathedral is richly decorated with different kinds of marble, malachite and other semiprecious stones. Enjoy lunch in the city and drive to the historical town of Pushkin and the Egyptian Gates, the entrance to the Tsar’s Village. Catherine’s Palace in the Tsar’s Village ranks as one of the masterpieces of world art.


    From the time the palace was built until the time of the last Russian Tsar, Tsar’s Village was used as the summer residence of the Royal Family. In 1756, Bartolomeo Rastrelli expanded Catherine’s Palace in Baroque style. Your guided palace tour takes you through a series of magnificent rooms, including the famous Picture Gallery and, of course, the Great Hall. The parks of the estate add to the splendor of the palace, and several of them are embellished with a number of charming pavilions. The town of Pushkin is famous not only for its remarkable palace and parks, but the man it was named after. Since 1937, it has been named after Alexander Pushkin, the most celebrated poet in the country and a resident of this town at the beginning of the 19th century. You'll also have some free time for shopping on this tour.


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    • Adult from: 237,93 EUR
    • Child from: 142,76 EUR
    DURATION 9 hrs
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 2
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    Exclusive Pushkin & The Hermitage

    St. Petersburg, Russia

    Duration 8 hrs

    Journey back in time, to the era of the Russian Tsars, when you visit Catherine’s Palace in Pushkin and The Hermitage Museum; all in the company of a small group. ...
    Journey back in time, to the era of the Russian Tsars, when you visit Catherine’s Palace in Pushkin and The Hermitage Museum; all in the company of a small group. more...

    Your tour takes you outside of the city to the historical town of Pushkin and the Egyptian Gates, the entrance to the Tsar’s Village. Catherine’s Palace in the Tsar’s Village ranks as one of the masterpieces of world art. From the time the palace was built until the time of the last Russian Tsar, Pushkin was used as the summer residence of the Royal Family.


    The palace tour takes you through the series of magnificent rooms, including the famous Picture Gallery, the Great Hall and the world famous Amber Room. The parks of the estate add to the splendor of the palace, and several of them are embellished with a number of charming pavilions. The town of Pushkin is famous not only for its remarkable palace and parks, but the man it was named after – Alexander Pushkin, one of the most celebrated poets in Russia.


    Visit the Hermitage Museum, the largest art museum in Russia and the most prestigious museum in the world. The Hermitage Museum occupies the Winter Palace, the winter residence of the Russian Tsars and four more buildings. You’ll enjoy lunch at a local restaurant.


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    • Adult from: 327,91 EUR
    • Child from: 250,04 EUR
    DURATION 8 hrs
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 2
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    Exclusive Imperial St. Petersburg

    St. Petersburg, Russia

    Duration 9 hrs

    Your journey, in the company of a small group, starts with a drive to Peterhof, the town of palaces, fountains and parks, built by Peter the Great to rival Versailles. It lies on the southern shore of the Gulf of Finland, 22 miles west of St. Petersburg. ...
    Your journey, in the company of a small group, starts with a drive to Peterhof, the town of palaces, fountains and parks, built by Peter the Great to rival Versailles. It lies on the southern shore of the Gulf of Finland, 22 miles west of St. Petersburg. more...

    Your journey, in the company of a small group, starts with a drive to Peterhof, the town of palaces, fountains and parks, built by Peter the Great to rival Versailles. It lies on the southern shore of the Gulf of Finland, 22 miles west of St. Petersburg. The Grand Palace, built in the beginning of the 18th century, is known as the most brilliant of all the summer residences of the Russian Tsars. The estate construction spanned two centuries and upon its completion, it encompassed seven parks and more than 20 smaller palaces and pavilions.


    The layout of the 300 acre park and spectacular fountains was designed by Peter himself. The Grand Cascade, consists of three waterfalls, an avenue of 64 fountains and 37 gilded statues. Samson, the main attraction of Peterhof, is located at the base of the Great Cascade. After your tour of the Grand Palace, you’ll proceed to the magnificent gardens of the Low Park to admire the numerous fountains and statues of the Grand Cascade.


    After arriving back in town, you’ll be taken to the Spit of Vasilievsky Island, where you’ll enjoy views of the city including the Hermitage Museum and Peter and Paul Fortress, which you will tour next. Once inside the Peter and Paul Cathedral, you’ll be surrounded by marble columns, glittering chandeliers and painted decor, combined with carved and gilded iconostases which create a magnificent setting for the tombs of Romanov monarchs.


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    • Adult from: 327,91 EUR
    • Child from: 241,39 EUR
    DURATION 9 hrs
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 2
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