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Saint-Petersburg throughout its history attracted not only the world famous scientists, architects, shipbuilders and engineers: adventurers, novelists and poets gathered in the city on the water, looking for romance and adventure. Many of them loved and suffered, spent sleepless nights on the banks of the Neva and then buried their love under the piles of pages, scribbled with words of love and despair.

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Learn about the love life and the tragic duel that led to the death of Alexander Pushkin, Russia's most famous lyrical poet of the 19th century and visit his last shelter, his apartment on the Moika Embankment, just around the corner from The Winter Palace of the Romanovs.

Duration: 3-4 hours
Ideal for anyone
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Vasiliy Pupkin, Russia
Saint-Petersburg throughout its history attracted not only the world famous scientists, architects, shipbuilders and engineers
Vasiliy Pupkin, Russia
Saint-Petersburg throughout its history attracted not only the world famous scientists, architects, shipbuilders and engineersSaint-Petersburg throughout its history attracted not only the world famous scientists, architects, shipbuilders and engineers
Vasiliy Pupkin, Russia
Saint-Petersburg throughout its history attracted not only the world famous scientists, architects, shipbuilders and engineers
White Nights Tour

Saint-Petersburg is definitely one of the cities, that never sleep! Literally! In summer by June 21st the length of the day increases to its maximum and the sun stays over the horizon for 18 hours 53 minutes. The longest day of the year opens the so-called White Nights Period in the course of which the sun practically never sets.

During the White Nights, when a faint twilight takes the place of night darkness (not even for more than30-40 minutes) , the streets, squares, and embankments acquire a unique charm and purple haze envelops the city. So lively and vibrant during the day, at night Saint-Petersburg reveals its secrets to those who look for privacy and romance. Couples stroll along the magnificent granite embankments, watching the sun setting and then rising withing 30 minutes and bridges opening across the Neva, to then greet another beautiful day with a cup a freshly made coffee at of the cafe on Nevsky prospect.

 Book one of the beautiful romantic boutique hotels in the heart of Saint-Petersburg and allow yourself a sleepless night, that you will never forget.

Book a Saint-Petersburg by Night tour and it will become your second and most unforgettable acquaintance with one of the most romantic cities in the world.

Duration: 5-6 hours
Ideal for pair, 5-6 peoples
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"Stars Of The White Nights" Festival

Annually at the end of June The Mariinsky Theater, the temple of Russian classical ballet and opera, launches a festival called «The Stars of the White Nights», which attracts music and ballet celebrities from all over the globe. World renown conductors, opera singers and ballet dancers perform on the historical and modern stages of the Mariinsky Theatre. It is definitely the time for music-lovers and theater-goers to visit Saint-Petersburg.

 

Book your ticket and visit one of the world's most famous theaters and take in the grandeuro fits Magnificant Halland The Stage, blessed by the presence of Anna Pavlova, Vazlav Nizhinsky, Rudolf Nuriev, Feodor Shalyapin, Montserrat Caballe, Placido Domingo and many other outstanding performers.

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The Mariinsky Theater Backstage Tour

Book a backstage tour and dive into the maze of corridors, costume and dressing rooms. Then take a cup of tea or coffee at the backstage cafeteria and watch thee very day routine of those, who will soon turn into Swans, Nutcrackers, Giselleand Boris Godunov and will make the life outside the theater walls fade.

 

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Roof Top Tour

Saint-Petersburg is famous for its rooftops. Red, green, yellow, brown and silver, they open like the ladies's fan in front of those who have no fear an dare open to adventure and romance.

Just imagine yourself on top of the world, with St-Isaac’s Cathedral, Church of the Savior on the Spillt Blood and Winter Palace sitting in the palm of your hand. Take in the beauty of the Northern Venice spreading around you, while you are enjoying a Romantic dinner or a cocktail on the roof of one of the historical buildings.

Book your roof top dinner now and you will never regret it!

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Faberge Museum

In 2013 Saint-Petersburg’s extensive network of museums was enriched by the opening of the first Russian privately owned Faberge Museum. Accommodated in the Shuvalov Palace on the embankment of the Fontanka river, this unique museum was founded by the Link of Times cultural and historical foundation with the aim of repatriating items of cultural significance to Russia. In 2004, Victor Vekselberg purchased one-of-a-kind collection of Faberge works, collected by Malcolm Forbes. Since then the foundation has amasses over 4,000 works of Russian fine and decorative art.

The core of the collection make the nine Emperial Easter Eggs created by Faberge for the last two Russian emperors. Made of gold and silver, decorated with precious and semi-precious stones, famous Faberge enamel and jade, these items are not only fine works of jewelry art, but also unique historical artifacts.

Visit one-of-a-kind Faberge Museum to make sure that not only diamond are forever, but so are people and memories, associated with them!

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VIP River Boat Cruise

Saint-Petersburg is regarded as the Venice of the North! Which is neither an exaggeration, nor an understatement. Over 90 rivers and canals, crisscrossing the area of the city in all directions give Saint-Petersburg resemblance, indeed, to Venice or…Amsterdam, another favorite city of Peter the Great.

Book a private VIP RIVA boat cruise and take in the grandeur and elegance of Saint-Petersburg from the water!

Definitely a must-do for everyone, who finds himself on the banks of Neva!

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