This excursion across the center of Saint Petersburg will take you on a captivating journey, where you will take great pleasure in looking at the riverside beauties of grand and magnificent Saint Petersburg.
The route will take place through: Neva river, Fontanka river, Moyka river, Winter canal, Neva river that reach the central historical districts of Saint Petersburg.
In the spacious aquatorium of Grand Neva you will witness stunning views at the main sights of Saint Petersburg: spectacular Peter and Paul fortress, where Saint Petersburg has been founded, Winter palace – the residence of Russian emperors, Old Stock Exchange and Rostral Columns, which was meant to be the center of Saint Petersburg and the central port. The cruiser will take you below Palace and Trinity bridges.
You will find yourself in the heart of Saint Petersburg history. From the broadsides of the cruiser you will see palaces and theatres, you will learn the history of city’s development, you will look at spectacular Summer Garden and Summer palace, St. Michael’s Castle of Pavel the First, Ciniselli Circus, Fabergé museum and the tiniest monument of Tschischik-Pyschik.
When on Moyka river, you will be about to see not only the classic architecture of Saint Petersburg embankments but also the magnificent Church on the Spilled Blood. The names of great Russian citizens will be remembered along our route.
From Winter canal to the Grand Neva aquatorium
Cosy Winter canal will lead you below the arcs of the Hermitage bridge to the main aquatorium of Neva river.
You journey will take place in any weather conditions – cruisers have decks and comfortable glazed interior spaces.
Overall duration of the journey is 1 hour. It’s a round trip, you may get off at the midline stops.
Choose the date, time, pier, number of tickets and purchase the order
Get your e-ticket by email and SMS.
It is not necessary to print a ticket, just remember its number
Tell the number of your e-ticket in the cash register at the pier and get your boarding passes
Start your journey