St. Petersburg City Break - 4 days

Long weekend in St. Petersburg

4-day tour for pre-formed tourist groups of minimum 10 participants

Few cities can offer so many stunning attractions and intriguing moods as St. Petersburg - The City of the Tsars. Created by Peter the Great in 1703 to be his "window to Europe", St. Petersburg combines its fascinating Russian heritage with a distinctly European outlook. Considered the cultural heart of modern day Russia, St. Petersburg has established itself as one of the greatest European cities - and uniquely Russian. 


Nationals of 51 foreign states may apply for an Electronic Visa to visit St. Petersburg (obligation to stay within Leningrad region), please find more information here.

 Upon request we can also book flights from your country to St. Petersburg at group rates,

This program can be edited and adapted to any of your requests,

→  Minimum number of participants is 10 people.

To receive a quote, please fill out the form above or send us an e-mail at Please provide us with the necessary information about your group, your wishes, and requirements and we will tailor a program exclusively for you.


Special rates are available for travel agencies and tour operators. 

Travel Program

Day 1    St. Petersburg

Dinner in the hotel

Arrive in St. Petersburg. Meet with the guide and transfer to the hotel. Check-in.


Day 2    St. Petersburg

Breakfast in the hotel / Free time for lunch / Dinner in the hotel

morning: St. Petersburg city tour. Sightseeing with the guide, main tourist attractions: Nevsky Prospect, Kazan Cathedral, the Palace Square and the Winter Palace, the Rostral Columns, the Admiralty and Saint Isaak’s Cathedral and Square.

afternoon: The State Hermitage Museum. Known to be the most complete art collection in the world. Founded by Catherine the Great in 1764 as a court museum, after 3 centuries of patient collection, the Hermitage boasts works from every art period in total of more than 16,000 paintings.


Day 3    St. Petersburg

Breakfast in the hotel / Free time for lunch / Dinner in the hotel

morning: Pushkin, Tsarskoe Selo, Catherine Palace and Park. The town of Pushkin, which surrounds the Tsarskoe Selo ("Tsar Village" in Russian), is considered Saint Petersburg's most charming suburb. In the course of the guided tour we will visit the halls of the Catherine Palace including the world-famous Amber Room and the immense Catherine Park surrounding the residence. 

afternoon: Peter and Paul Fortress. Peter and Paul Fortress is the oldest landmark in the city - founded by Peter the Great in 1703. Architecturally, it is a fortification masterpiece and the kernel from which Saint Petersburg grew into the city it is today. The Tsars of the Russian Imperial Romanov family are buried within a cathedral inside the fortress.


Day 4   St. Petersburg

Breakfast in the hotel / Free time for lunch

Free time. Transfer to the airport (with an English-speaking assistant). Departure. 

Important notes

Electronic visa to St. Petersburg 

To travel to Russia, most foreign nationals are required to have an Entry Visa to Russia. Although several countries have bilateral agreements in place to allow visa-free travel to Russia for their citizens.

Starting from October 1, 2019, nationals of 51 foreign states may be granted an Electronic Visa to enter the Russian Federation through checkpoints located in the territory of St. Petersburg and the Leningrad region under condition of not leaving this region. For more information please visit website of the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.


General information

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