$ 1,170.00 (Bronze)
$ 1,350.00 (Silver)
$ 1,690.00 (Gold)
B2 cabin on ferry
3* centrally located hotel in St. Petersburg
Outside A2P cabin on ferry
4* centrally located hotel in St. Petersburg
Commodore Deluxe cabin on ferry
5* centrally located hotel in St. Petersburg
Champagne and caviar for breakfast
2 nights St. Peter Line ferry Helsinki - St. Petersburg - Helsinki
2 night accommodation in St. Petersburg
Daily breakfast, 2 dinners
Private car and private guide for tours
All admission and entrance fees
Tax and Service Charges
7H city tour with visit to Hermitage
5H tour to Pushkin
Catherine Palace and Amber Room
5H visit to Peterhof
Visit to Grand Palace and Park with Fountains
Your private guide will meet you upon arrival and you will spend three glorious days in St. Petersburg exploring its fabulous cultural and artistic heritage. The visa-free scheduled ferry trip to St. Petersburg by St. Peterline M/S Princess Maria and M/S Anastasia operate between Stockholm, Helsinki, Tallinn and St. Petersburg cruising comfortably all year round. Passengers of all nationalities arriving in St. Petersburg onboard cruise liner or ferry and staying for 72 hours are not required to have Russian visa.
Departure from Helsinki to St. Petersburg in the evening at 18:00 (6:00pm). Overnight and dinner oboard.
Breakfast onboard. Welcome to St. Petersburg where your guide will meet you at the sea terminal upon arrival. Start your St. Petersburg visa-free tour with an driving overviewof this amazing city often referred to as Venice of the North. You will see the historical part of the city, Nevsky Prospect, Palace Square, Rosstrel Columns, the Winter Palace, Bronze Horseman, Strelka, stop on St. Isaac's Square, Peter-And-Paul Fortress, Spilled Blood Church and other famous landmarks.
In the afternoon - we will continue with a private tour of the Hermitage museum where you will explore the treasures of one of the richest world art collections of European masters (Leonardo da Vinci, Rafael, Michelangelo, Rubens, Titian, Rembrandt etc.). You will also take a special tour of The Winter Palace and view royal living rooms and gala halls.
After the tours the guide will drop you off at the hotel. Free evening or optional performances. Overnight at the hotel.
Breakfst at the hotel. After breakfast meet your guide and drive to the town of Pushkin. On your way to Pushkin you will see residential and suburban areas of St. Petersburg where local residents live and work. In Pushkin you will tour the grand baroque Catherine Palace with its endless Golden Gallery of halls and rooms: Great Hall of Mirrors, Picture Hall, Gala Dining Hall, Marble Staircase and the stunning Amber Room. etc. The palace is surrounded by the beautiful Catherine Park. Transfer back to St. Petersburg. In the evening an optional performance, dinner or river canal cruise can be arranged for you. Overnight at the hotel
Today is your last day in St. Peterburg. The guide will pick you up after breakfast and take you to Petergoff, located on the southern shores of the Finnish Gulf 14 miles away from St. Petersburg. Peter's Grand Palace is often referred to as "the Russian Versaille" and is one of St. Petersburg's most famous sightseeing attractions. Inspired by Versailles, Peter the Great's ambition was to build an imperial palace in the suburbs with lavish interiors, gilded decorations, mirrors, and paintings decorating the estate. The Park outside the Grand Palace is a unique kingdom of 144 unique fountains, all operating by a combination of naturally generated water pressure and magic. The outwardly-modest Monplaisir Palace which Peter I preferred to the Grand Palace has a nice sea view and several interesting rooms, such as the State Hall where Peter would force his guests to drink huge quantities of wine until they passed out. The nearby Hermitage Pavilion, which also has nice views and artwork, is a two-story dining room where guests sitting on the upper floor ate and drank in peace, occasionally lowering the table to the ground floor where servants refilled wine glasses and replaced dirty plates. You will return to St. Petersbug in time to board your ferry back to Helsinki. Overnight and dinner onboard
Morning breakfast onboard. After breakfast disembark in Helsinki.