Monument to Peter I on Senate Square (Bronze Horseman)

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Monument to the founder of St.Petersburg

Commissioned by Catherine the Great, the monument was created by the French sculptor Étienne Maurice Falconet in 1782. The second name (the Bronze Horseman) comes from the same name poem written by Aleksander Pushkin (1833). The monument symbolizes the Russian victory over Sweden in the Northern War (1700-1721): the snake symbolizes a defeated enemy, the horse symbolizes Russia. The pedestal of this monument is a huge so-called "thunder-stone", which was delivered to Senate Square from a borough Lakhta.

There is a legend that one can find the name of Étienne Falconet on a fold of Peter the Great's cloak.

"Bus tour & Hermitage"

Professional Russian-speaking guides. 3 fixed stops. You will enter the museum without any queue. Ends at the Hermitage

4 h

Route "St. Petersburg historical center by bicycle"

The 15 km route is optimal for a bicycle. Bicycle tour of the city allows you to see the main attractions. It takes less time than walking, but at the same time gives an opportunity to enjoy the views of the city

2 h

Peter I Fit For Every Taste (monuments to Peter I in Saint Petersburg)

Show me your monument to Peter I, and I’ll tell you who you are

3 h

Mystical Petersburg

Petersburg is a modern city that can attract with its unique architecture and historical monuments. But it is also cloacked in the atmosphere of mistery.

3 h

Saint-Petersburg&Cinematography

This tourist route includes major places of Soviet and Russian movie industry. 

2 h

Central Squares Ensemble

The route will lead you though the most beautiful squares of the central part of St. Petersburg

2 h

One way transfer on hydrofoil to the autumn Fountain Festival in the Peterhof State Museum

• the most effective way to get to the autumn Fountain Festival  in the Peterhof

•  just 40 minutes in transit

•  the fastest way to go to the park from the Lower Park site, where you are not expecting those huge lines waiting for those who come in from the Upper Park

Fireworks on May 9 from the pier Vodohod, Senate Marina and Palace pier

Unforgettable festival fireworks on the Victory Day from the board of a comfortable double-deck motor ship. Departure from the Palace pier and at the Senate Marina.

City Cruise

The best solution for people travelling around the city! River and canal Hop-on Hop-off excursion with 5 stops next to the main sights and points of interest in the city. 24-hour ticket. Audio-guide in 7 languages.

Fireworks on May 9 from the pier at Kunstkamera

Unforgettable festival fireworks on the Victory Day from the board of a comfortable single-deck motor ship.Departure from Kunstkamera pier (University Embankment, 3) at 09:30 pm.

Express «Sevcable Port-City»

Water transfer from Sevcable Port on Vasilyevsky Island to the very centre of St. Petersburg.

Fireworks on May 9 from Anichkov Bridge and Lomonosov Bridge piers

Unforgettable festival fireworks on the Victory Day from the board of a comfortable single-deck motor ship.Departure from Lomonosov Bridge and Anichkov Bridge piers.

Express «City-Sevcable Port»

Water transfer from the centre of St. Petersburg to the modern creative space near the Sea Port on Vasilyevsky Island "Sevcable Port".

Romantic saxophone

Finished until navigation 2019. Romantic night walk on the ship accompanied by live saxophone music along the rivers and canals of the city with an exit to the Neva River to watch the show of drawbridges.

2 h

Northern Venice

• route along the rivers and canal

• Neva, Fontanka, Moika River, Winter groove

• professional guide

• classic boat trip

Boat tour "Parade of warships"

In the centre of festive events on the Neva! Water excursion dedicated to the Day of the Navy. The route passes around warships in the water area of the Neva, from the Annunciation Bridge to the Cruiser Aurora.

  • Address: Saint Petersburg, Senatskaya ploshchad
  • Working time: Round table
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