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St. Petersburg

Often referred to as the ‘Venice of the North’ or the ‘Paris of the East’, the Russian city of St. Petersburg is one of the most beautiful cities in the world.

One of the most beautiful cities in the world and a UNESCO world heritage site

Often referred to as the ‘Venice of the North’ or the ‘Paris of the East’, the Russian city of Petersburg is one of the most beautiful cities in the world. From the White Nights festival in summer to outstanding theatre, ballet and concerts on magical winter evenings, the city offers a vibrant cultural life that is second to none.

The whole of St Petersburg is listed as a UNESCO world heritage site and attractions here can overwhelm even the most seasoned traveller.

This is why we highly recommend that you leave the luxury MSC cruise ship to join one of our excursion packages; these will help you benefit from the best deals and are also the most effective and time-efficient way to discover this magical city.

Leave the ship for a city tour that covers the main St Petersburg sights including the magnificent Peterhof Palace and Gardens (Petrodvorets), home to the Summer Palace and set amidst beautiful sculpture gardens embellished with extravagant fountains, as well as the Hermitage, one of the world’s greatest art museums. Catherine’s Palace, with its elaborate blue and white façade and stunning interiors will also be a highlight of your St Petersburg vacation.

No holiday in St Petersburg would be complete without visiting the decorated and onion-domed church of St Saviour on the Blood and strolling the main shopping street, Nevsky Prospekt.

Take home Russian tea in decorated tins, charming Russian nesting dolls and authentic fur hats.

Cruise to St. Petersburg - Russia - Northern Europe - MSC Cruises

Directions


Ship docks at the Vassily cruise terminal (20 minutes by tram to town) or on the industry harbor (15 minute walk to harbor entrance, from there on a 20 minute ride).

Port average temperature

Saint Petersburg experiences a humid continental climate of the cool summer subtype, due to the distinct moderating influence of the Baltic Sea cyclones, with warm, humid and short summers and long, cold winters. The average daily temperature in July is 22°C, summer maximum is about 34°C, winter minimum is about −35°C. The record low temperature is −35.9°C, recorded in 1883. The average annual temperature is +5.4 °C. The River Neva within the city limits usually freezes up in November-December, break-up occurs in April. From December to March there is 123 days average with snow cover, which reaches the average of 24 cm by February. The frost-free period in the city lasts on average for about 135 days.

The city has a climate slightly warmer than its suburbs. Weather conditions are quite variable all year round. Average annual precipitation varies across the city, averaging 600 mm per year and reaching maximum in late summer. Soil moisture is almost always high because of lower evapotranspiration due to the cool climate. Air humidity is 78% on average, while overcast is 165 days a year on average.

The temperate figures shown are based on monthly average weather conditions for the selected port. Weather data is not real-time, and sometimes no data is shown for a specific date, month or port in general.
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 SPT01 - CITY TOUR, ST. ISAAC CATHEDRAL & PETRODVORETS (full day, lunch included) - 2014
Difficulty level: Strenuous - Active excursions recommended only for guests in good physical health  Panoramic tour  Lunch or dinner included  Cultural  Shopping  Best seller  Once you have boarded a modern coach at the pier, the first leg of the outing will take you on a fascinating sightseeing tour of this important Russian town on the River Neva, whose name was changed to Petrograd in 1914, then to Leningrad in 1924 and finally back to St. Petersburg again in 1991. After a whistle-stop look at the city’s key attractions, a stop will be made to take photos of the incredible Church of the Saviour on Spilled Blood, which was built from 1883 to 1907 and is known the world over for its colourful façade and intricately detailed cupolas. You will then continue on to the famous Nevsky Prospekt, St. Petersburg’s main avenue, and the 19th-century St. Isaac’s Cathedral for an inside visit. The Late Neoclassical building is particularly noted for its superb interior, featuring columns, pilasters, floors and monuments made of multi-coloured granites and marbles. After enjoying a typically Russian lunch, a 1-hour coach ride will take you to Petrodvorets, or Peterhof Palace as it is also known. Considered to be one of the loveliest of the former tsars’ summer residences and recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, you can look forward to seeing its spacious park, a dazzling array of glittering fountains and manicured gardens. You will also have some time to browse or shop in a souvenir store before you return to the coach for the journey back to St. Petersburg and your ship. Please note: as the tour involves walking on uneven ground, it is not recommended for guests with walking difficulties or using a wheelchair. Taking photos or shooting videos inside Peterhofs Palace is prohibited. Conservative attire is recommended for visiting sites of religious importance. On MSC Opera 2-day calls, this tour will be run on the second day.

Price per person $164.00 Adults $115.00 Children

   


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 SPT02 - CITY TOUR & HERMITAGE (full day, lunch included) - 2014
Difficulty level: Strenuous - Active excursions recommended only for guests in good physical health  Panoramic tour  Lunch or dinner included  Cultural  Shopping  Best seller  Located on the Neva River at the head of the Gulf of Finland on the Baltic Sea, Saint Petersburg is one of the most beautiful cities in the world and well worth a visit. To explore the city on a tailor-made and mainly coach-based tour, simply step off the ship and get set for a day of seeing the best that Saint Petersburg has to offer. The route will take you past the impressive University buildings and Senate Square – the venue of the Decembrist's Uprising in 1825 – as well as the imposing Admiralty building before crossing the Holy Trinity Bridge to reach Peter and Paul Fortress, Saint Petersburg’s original citadel that was founded by Peter the Great at the beginning of the 18th century. You will have a chance to explore the fascinating complex, after which the tour continues by coach again for a photo stop at the Russian Orthodox Church of the Saviour on Spilled Blood, one of Saint Petersburg’s most recognisable and iconic landmarks. You will then have time to do some shopping on your own, before continuing on to the famous Nevsky Prospekt for lunch in a typical Russian restaurant. A visit to the world-class Hermitage Palace-Museum, home to three million major works of art by renowned Italian, Dutch and French artists, will round off your tour before you return to the pier and your ship. Please note: as the tour involves walking on uneven ground, it is not recommended for guests with walking difficulties or using a wheelchair. A fee is requested to take photos or shoot videos inside Hermitage Museum. On MSC Opera 2-day calls, this tour will be run on the first day.

Price per person $153.00 Adults $107.00 Children

   


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 SPT03 - CITY TOUR & PETER AND PAUL FORTRESS (approx. 3.5 hours) - 2014
Difficulty level: easy - May involve a limited quantity of steps, uneven surfaces and/or periods of standing  Panoramic tour  Cultural  Shopping  Best seller  This all-round city tour is a great opportunity to see all the main sights of St. Petersburg from the comfort of a modern coach, with a first stop at St. Isaac’s Square to see and take some photos of St. Isaac’s Cathedral, a building of Late Neoclassical architecture. The tour then moves on to the Peter and Paul Fortress, whose foundation stones were laid by Peter the Great himself in 1703 on Zayachy Island in the Neva River. The occasion was to be of momentous importance for this tiny patch of land, which had previously been little more than an unused swamp. From 1706 to 1740, the resplendent building you can see today was then constructed, which is perhaps better known as the Cathedral of the Saints Peter and Paul and is the traditional burial church of members of the dynastic Romanov family. You will then return to the city centre via the wonderful Nevsky Prospekt, the city’s generously dimensioned main avenue, after which you will have some time to spend shopping for souvenirs or exploring the surroundings. Your return to the pier and the ship marks the end of this entertaining sightseeing tour. Please note: on 1-day calls, this excursion always takes place in the morning and can be combined with the following half-day afternoon tours: SPT05 or SPT06 or SPT22. On MSC Opera 2-day calls, this excursion always takes place in the afternoon and on the first day and can be combined with the tour SPT05 that is run in the morning and on the first day and with one of the evening tours. If guests combine am/pm tours, lunch onboard will be limited. As the tour involves walking on uneven ground, it is not recommended for guests using a wheelchair. Conservative attire is recommended for visiting sites of religious importance.

Price per person $66.00 Adults $46.00 Children

   


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 SPT04 - CATHERINE'S PALACE IN PUSHKIN  (approx. 4 hours) - 2014
Difficulty level: Strenuous - Active excursions recommended only for guests in good physical health  Panoramic tour  Cultural  Best seller  Take a break from your ship and board a coach for a 1-hour drive to the town of Pushkin and Catherine’s Palace. Considered to be one of the masterpieces of world architecture, the building’s stunning 300-metre Baroque façade is adorned with a profusion of atlante sculptures, columns, pilasters and ornamental framings. You will be guided through the Palace and visit the room for which it is best known: the (faithful reproduction) of the spectacular Amber Room. The gleaming chamber – which is decorated with gold-backed amber panels from top to bottom – was originally created in the 18th century, then lost during WWII and finally recreated in 2003. It was once considered to be the “eighth wonder of the world”. Also be sure to pay the gorgeous park and grounds a visit before re-boarding your coach to return to the ship. Please note: on 1-day calls, this excursion always takes place in the morning and can be combined with the following half-day afternoon tours: SPT05 or SPT06 or SPT07 or SPT22. On MSC Opera 2-day calls, this excursion always takes place in the morning and on the second day and can be combined with one of the following afternoon half day tours: SPT05 or SPT07 or SPT22 that are run in the afternoon and on the second day. If guests combine am/pm tours, lunch onboard will be limited. As the tour involves walking on uneven ground, it is not recommended for guests using a wheelchair. A fee is requested to take photos or shoot videos inside Catherine’s Palace.

Price per person $71.00 Adults $50.00 Children

   


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 SPT05 - YUSSUPOV PALACE AND CANAL CRUISE  (approx. 3.5 hours) - 2014
Difficulty level: moderate - May involve inclines, steps, uneven surfaces and/or extended periods of standing  Panoramic tour  Limited seat  Cultural  Shopping  The wonderful Russian city of St. Petersburg is replete with historical buildings as far as the eye can see, one of which is the gold-hued Yusupov Palace on the banks of the River Moika, one of the waterways on which the great city is situated. Also called the Moika Palace, the gorgeous building was once the primary home of the House of Yusupov and the site of Grigori Rasputin’s grisly murder in 1916. First constructed c. 1770 by a French architect, the palace was later worked on by several other notable architects and now features a variety of architectural styles. The palace is an impressive reflection of the wealth and power wielded by the Russian Empire. Due to its many waterways, St. Petersburg has earned itself the title of the “Venice of the North” and the final leg of your tour will see you board a pleasure boast for a scenic cruise, with more views of splendid riverside houses and villas to enjoy as you go – so do bring your camera to take some photos to show the folks at home. The tour comes to a close with your return to the pier and your ship. Please note: on 1-day calls, this excursion always takes place in the afternoon and can be combined with the following half-day morning tours: SPT03 or SPT04. On MSC Opera 2-day calls, this excursion always takes place in the afternoon and on the second day and can be combined with one of the following afternoon half day tours: SPT04 or SPT06 that are run in the morning on the second day. If guests combine am/pm tours, lunch onboard will be limited. As the tour involves walking on uneven ground, it is not recommended for guests using a wheelchair. A fee is requested to take photos or shoot videos inside Yussupov Palace.

Price per person $79.00 Adults $55.00 Children

   


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 SPT06 - PANORAMIC CITY TOUR & SHOPPING (approx. 3.5 hours) - 2014
Difficulty level: easy - May involve a limited quantity of steps, uneven surfaces and/or periods of standing  Panoramic tour  Cultural  Shopping  A visit to the Baltic port of St. Petersburg, often named The Venice of the North, is always an unforgettable experience and this is the ideal excursion for all those wishing to learn more about this amazing city and see the sights, but do so in a short and stress-free amount of time. The outstanding architectural beauty of St. Petersburg is definitely worth capturing for posterity and photo stops will be made at the city’s main attractions. Take St. Isaac’s Square, for instance, and the co-located St. Isaac’s Cathedral, which boasts the third-highest cupola in the world. Or the Church of the Saviour on Spilled Blood, celebrated for its colourful façades and onion-shaped domes. Time to browse and shop for a memento in a souvenir store will also be included before you head back to your ship. Please note: on 1-day calls, this excursion always takes place in the afternoon and can be combined with the following half-day morning tours: SPT03 or SPT04. On MSC Opera 2-day calls, this excursion always takes place in the morning and on the second day and can be combined with one of the following afternoon half day tours: SPT05 or SPT07 or SPT22 that are run in the afternoon and on the second day. If guests combine am/pm tours, lunch onboard will be limited. This tour is no recommended for guests using a wheelchair. All the sites will be visited from outside. Shopping is guided.

Price per person $47.00 Adults $33.00 Children

   


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 SPT07 - CANAL CRUISE & PETER & PAUL FORTRESS (approx. 3.5 hours) - 2014
Difficulty level: moderate - May involve inclines, steps, uneven surfaces and/or extended periods of standing  Panoramic tour  Limited seat  Cultural  Situated at the eastern tip of the Baltic Sea and the River Neva, Saint Petersburg is celebrated the world over for its incredible civic beauty and large historical centre, interwoven with numerous canals. It is in these canals that your tour begins, giving you a chance simply to relax and take in the views of the many lovely old houses and palaces along the river bank. Your next stop is Peter and Paul Fortress, which is located on the small Hare Island in the delta of the River Neva, for an inside viewing of the impressive complex. The 18th-century Peter and Paul Cathedral is topped by a gilded cupola and is also the final resting place of the Romanov dynasty. Please note: on 1-day calls, this excursion always takes places in the afternoon and can be combined with the following half-day morning tour: SPT04. On MSC Opera 2-day calls, this excursion always takes place in the afternoon on the second day and can be combined with the following afternoon half day tour: SPT04 or SPT06 that are run in the morning and on the second day. If guests combine am/pm tours, lunch onboard will be limited. As this tour involves walking on uneven ground, it is not recommended for guests with walking difficulties or using a wheelchair.

Price per person $66.00 Adults $46.00 Children

   


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 SPT13 - ST. PETERSBURG'S GEMS: PETRODVORETS & HERMITAGE (full day, lunch included) - 2014
Difficulty level: Strenuous - Active excursions recommended only for guests in good physical health  Panoramic tour  Limited seat  Lunch or dinner included  Cultural  Shopping  Best seller  The tour begins with a drive west to Petrodvorets – also known as Peterhofs – the former summer home of Peter the Great. Built in the early XVIII century by the Italian architect Bartolomeo Rastrelli, Petrodvorets is considered to be the most dazzling of all the Russian tzars’ summer residence. After visiting the magnificent Palace, we will follow our dedicated guide to the Lower Park where we will admire the beautiful fountains. Set in 300 acres of parkland, the fountains are a key feature of these world-class gardens. After lunch, the day continues with more superlative sights as we visit the famous Hermitage Museum, home to three million works of art by Italian, Dutch and French artists and where we will look around the grand reception rooms of the Russian royalty. Please note: as the tour involves walking on uneven ground, it is not recommended for guests with walking difficulties or using a wheelchair. A fee is requested to take photos or shoot videos inside Hermitage Museum. Taking photos or shooting videos inside Peterhofs Palace is prohibited. On MSC Opera 2-day calls, this excursion, this excursion always takes places on the first day.

Price per person $152.00 Adults $106.00 Children

   


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 SPT14 - GRAND TOUR OF ST. PETERSBURG (full day with lunch) - 2014
Difficulty level: Strenuous - Active excursions recommended only for guests in good physical health  Panoramic tour  Limited seat  Lunch or dinner included  Drink included  Cultural  Shopping  Best seller  This tour of St. Petersburg actually begins with a visit to Catherine Palace, which is located about a 1-hour drive away in Pushkin and is generally considered to be an architectural masterpiece. You will have time to explore the opulent Palace and especially its famous Amber Room – once hailed as the eighth wonder of the world due to its amber panels backed with gold leaf and mirrors – as well as the generously dimensioned palatial park and grounds. Once back in St. Petersburg, a visit to St. Isaac’s Cathedral is next. When it was completed in 1858, it was the largest church in the Russian Empire. After a typically Russian lunch, you will also visit the Hermitage Museum as well as the 18th-century Peter and Paul Fortress. The tour is rounded off by a 1-hour boat cruise down the River Neva, during which Russian sparkling wine will be served. Do take your camera with you to capture the many breathtaking sights of this beautiful Baltic city. Please note: as this tour involves walking on uneven ground it is recommended for guests with mobility problems or in a wheelchair. Conservative attire is recommended for visiting sites of religious importance. A fee is requested to take photos or shoot videos inside Catherine’s Palace and the Hermitage. This tour is foreseen only on following MSC Opera calls: 31.05.2014 & 22.06.2014.

Price per person $208.00 Adults $146.00 Children

   


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 SPT15 - WHITE NIGHT NEVA CRUISE (2.5 hours - evening) - 2014
Difficulty level: easy - May involve a limited quantity of steps, uneven surfaces and/or periods of standing  Panoramic tour  Limited seat  Snack included  Drink included  Cultural  Having played an essential part in Saint Petersburg’s city life and fortunes ever since the time of Peter the Great, the beautiful River Neva continues to be important for the metropolis to this day. Upon leaving your ship, a local boat will take you on an evening pleasure cruise down the river. The many beautiful sights along the way make it well worth your while to take your camera. The cruise route will take you past the 18th-century Peter and Paul Fortress, the stately Winter Palace and Hermitage buildings, the elegant Grand Duke’s Palaces and the imposing Marble Palace. The boat will also approach the famous Cruiser Aurora, a prominent attribute of Russian naval history and currently a much-visited museum ship, as closely as possible. A colourful display of traditional Russian dances and songs rounds off your river cruise, during which you will also be served Russian sparkling wine and delicious Russian snacks. Please note: this tour is available only on following calls: 31.05.2014 & 22.06.2014 (MSC Opera) and departs at approximately 20:00 h. This tour is not suitable for guests using a wheelchair.

Price per person $85.00 Adults $60.00 Children

   


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 SPT16 - CLASSICAL BALLET IN ST. PETERSBURG (approx. 3.5 hours - evening) - 2014
Difficulty level: easy - May involve a limited quantity of steps, uneven surfaces and/or periods of standing  Panoramic tour  Limited seat  Drink included  Russia and particularly St. Petersburg are the home of ballet. Russian rulers and aristocracy took a deep interest in ballet, encouraging and supporting the construction of theatres in St. Petersburg. This night-time excursion will give you an opportunity to savour the thrill of visiting the ballet and enjoying one of the timeless romantic stories told in the mysterious language of classical dance. Russian sparkling wine will be served during the intermission to round off your experience of an art form that has been indelibly shaped by Russian culture – a performance of Russian ballet. Your tour concludes with your drive back to the ship, during which time you can admire the beautiful cityscape of St. Petersburg by night. Please note: this tour is available only on following calls: 31.05.2014 & 22.06.2014 (MSC Opera) and departs at approximately 18:45 h. This tour is not suitable for guests using a wheelchair. It is prohibited to take photos or shoot videos during the ballet performance.

Price per person $85.00 Adults $60.00 Children

   


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 SPT19 - BEST OF ST. PETERSBURG (full day, lunch included) - 2014
Difficulty level: Strenuous - Active excursions recommended only for guests in good physical health  Panoramic tour  Limited seat  Lunch or dinner included  Cultural  Shopping  Best seller  This is certainly a day when you should have your camera at the ready as we will set off for an unforgettable trip around one of the most beautiful cities in the Baltic. Our first stop will be in Pushkin, a town founded in the 18th century as summer residence of the Russian tsars. Here we will visit Catherine’s Palace, which dates back to 1717 when Catherine I of Russia asked the German architect Braunstein to build a summer palace. Over the years, the plans for the Palace were expanded and then, founded to be outdated by Empress Elizabeth, were replaced by a much grander edifice in a lavish Rococo style. We will spend time visiting this sumptuous residence and its glorious park. More sights are in store in St. Petersburg as we visit St. Isaac’s Cathedral, which, when it was built in 1818-1858 was the largest church in the Russian Empire. Break from sightseeing with a delicious typical Russian lunch. Art lovers will be in their element during the afternoon, which includes nearly 1,5 hours in some of the halls of the world-class Hermitage Museum, home to three million works of art. The final attraction of the day is the Peter and Paul Fortress; built in 1703, this former citadel of the town sits on a small island in the Neva River. Round off the day with a little time for shopping before returning to the ship. Please note: as it involves walking on uneven ground, it is not recommended for guests with walking difficulties or using a wheelchair. A fee is requested to take photos or shoot videos inside Hermitage Museum and Catherine’s Palace. Conservative attire is recommended for visiting sites of religious importance. On MSC Opera 2-day calls, this excursion, this excursion always takes places on the first day.

Price per person $202.00 Adults $141.00 Children

   


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 SPT20 - CATHERINE'S PALACE, NEVA RIVER CRUISE & CITY SIGHTSEEING (full day, lunch included) - 2014
Difficulty level: Strenuous - Active excursions recommended only for guests in good physical health  Panoramic tour  Limited seat  Lunch or dinner included  Cultural  Shopping  Best seller  A visit to St. Petersburg is always an unforgettable experience and this is certainly a day when you should have your camera at the ready. Leave the port and drive to Pushkin for an interesting visit to Catherine’s Palace, one of the masterpieces of world architecture. The stunning 300 metres long baroque façade is adorned with a profusion of Atlantes sculptures, columns, pilasters and ornamental framings. Enjoy plenty of time to visit the Palace and marvel at the famous Amber Room which was once considered to be the “eighth wonder of the world”. Enjoy a short visit to the park and ground before reaching a restaurant for a delicious typical Russian lunch. Your afternoon will begin with with a fascinating cruise along Neva River: a good opportunity to take photographs of some of the main tourist sites such as the Spit of the Basil Island, Peter & Paul Fortress and famous Cruiser Aurora as closely as possible. Back on the ground enjoy a bus sightseeing tour around one of the most beautiful cities in the Baltic with views of St. Isaac’s Square and of the Spilled Blood Cathedral. A short stop in a souvenir shop will conclude your day out in St. Petersburg. Please note: as the tour involves walking on uneven ground, it is not recommended for guests with walking difficulties or using a wheelchair. A fee is requested to take photos or shoot videos inside Catherine’s Palace. On MSC Opera 2-day calls, this tour will be run on the second day.

Price per person $152.00 Adults $106.00 Children

   


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 SPT21 - AN EVENING OF RUSSIAN FOLKLORE (approx. 3.5 hours - evening) - 2014
Difficulty level: easy - May involve a limited quantity of steps, uneven surfaces and/or periods of standing  Panoramic tour  Limited seat  Drink included  In its most authentic form, Russian folk dances and songs originated as a type of home-grown musical entertainment in cities, towns and villages throughout the country. As such, these dances and songs have enjoyed a long and interesting history. In their more modern incarnation, however, these traditional dance moves have been combined and supplemented with more formally prescribed styles of movement such as ballet, contemporary dance and in some cases even gymnastics and acrobatics. A lively and enjoyable performance featuring tuneful singers, graceful dancers and rhythmic musicians awaits you during this evening out on the town. Russian sparkling wine will be served during the intermission to round off your experience of an art form that has been indelibly shaped by Russian culture. Your memories of this joyous display of traditional Russian folklore are sure to stay with you long after your return to port. Please note: this tour is available only on following calls: 31.05.2014 & 22.06.2014 (MSC Opera) and departs at approximately 19:00 h. This tour is not suitable for guests using a wheelchair. A fee is requested to take photos or shoot videos during the performance.

Price per person $66.00 Adults $46.00 Children

   


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 SPT22 - WALKING TOUR & VIST TO THE SPILLED BLOOD CATHEDRAL (approx. 3.5 hours) - 2014
Difficulty level: Strenuous - Active excursions recommended only for guests in good physical health  Panoramic tour  Limited seat  Cultural  Shopping  Best seller  After a short drive to Senate Square and the Bronze Horseman, a much-celebrated monument to the founder of St. Petersburg, Peter the Great, you will continue on foot along the embankment of the River Neva, with sights such as the Academy of Arts and the Twelve Collegia to enjoy. Have your camera ready as you approach Palace Square for snapshots of the magnificent ensemble. Considered to be the city’s main square, it presents an elaborate blend of different styles with the 18th-century Baroque Winter Palace on the northern and the building of the former Imperial Army General Staff on the southern side. Back on the coach, the tour then heads for the marvellous Church of the Saviour on Spilled Blood with its colourful façade and onion-shaped roof. Continue on foot again to one of the city’s key cultural centres, the Square of Arts and its monument to Alexander Pushkin. A short sightseeing tour by coach concludes your tour. Please note: on 1-day calls, this excursion always takes place in the afternoon and can be combined with the following half-day morning tours: SPT03 or SPT04. On MSC Opera 2-day calls, this excursion always takes place in the afternoon on the second day and can be combined with the following afternoon half day tour: SPT04 or SPT06 that are run in the morning and on the second day. If guests combine am/pm tours, lunch onboard will be limited. This tour is no recommended for guests with walking difficulties or using a wheelchair. Conservative attire is recommended for visiting the Spilled Blood Cathedral.

Price per person $52.00 Adults $36.00 Children

   


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Shore Excursions programs and Itineraries may vary depending on local conditions and/or any unforeseen events in relation to the timing on the day of the tour. Some excursions are very popular and therefore availability cannot always be guaranteed, It is advisable to book in advance to avoid disappointment.