1 July 23.30h departure from Moscow Arrival into St Pete 08.30h on the 2nd July
4 July 23.30h departure from St Pete 08.30h arrival into Moscow on the 5th July
July 2 , Saturday
9 am City tour
We will see the most known and visited cathedrals of St Petersburg
Magestic Issakievsky Cathedral
And surrounded by legends Cathedral on Spilt Blood
We will see Petropavlovskays fortress where Romanov dynasky tzars are buried
( I can email you are more detailed tour program for the City tour)
And, practically the last but definitely not the least on this day is out visit to the world-famous Hermitage!
July 3, Sunday
Our «Meteor» boat departs from St Pete at 10 am. This is a Russian development, a quick boat on hydrowings. Our trip will last 30 min.
Again, Petergof is another place that doesn’t need advertising, it’s a «must see». Russian emperors enjoyed nature and built a few amazingly luxurious palaces in St Petersburg’s surburbs. They are as important to see as St Pete itself.
One can just imagine Russian emperors and aristocracy walking down those paths…
Enjoying the chill coming from the fountains on a hot summery day…
As always, there is more to see in this place 🙂 But you will have to trust my choice 🙂 Our route will include the Palace, Lower Park and Grottos, which are the most interesting places in my humble opinion 🙂
We will make a break for lunch and head back into St Pete with our Mereor boat at around 17.30h-18h
Rest at the Hotel/ Change and/ or heading straight for dinner at one of St Pete’s numerous good restaurants.
4 July , Monday
9 am departure from the hotel, 1h to drive to the town of Pushkin previously known as «Tsarskoe selo» (the Traz’s village)
This amazing little place hosts Catherine’s Palace with Amber Chamber that doesn’t need advertising! 🙂 It’s a true gem!
10.00-12.30h Tour of the Palace and the park, which is especially beautiful in summer.
13.00-14.30h Having visited the Palace and the park we will head for lunch to a restaurant with good ambience built in Russian «Izba» (traditional house style)
back in St Pete
Several hours of free time before the train takes you back to Moscow 🙂
Good bye St Pete, thanks for the great adventures that will stay in our hearts! 🙂