PER PERSON IN USD:
based on double occupancy:
Apr 1 - May 15, 2017
Sep 15 - Dec 31, 2017
May 15 - Sep 15, 2017
$850.00 (Bronze Cat. - Low)
$950.00 (Silver Cat. - Low)
$1,050.00 (Gold Cat. - Low)
$1,150.00 (Platinum Cat. - Low)
$975.00 (Bronze Cat. - High)
$1,075.00 (Silver Cat. - High)
$1,175.00 (Gold Cat. - High)
$1,275.00 (Platinum.Cat. - High)
B2 cabin on ferry
3* centrally located hotel in St. Petersburg
Outside A2P cabin on ferry
4* centrally located hotel in St. Petersburg
Commodore Deluxe cabin on ferry
5* centrally located hotel in St. Petersburg
Champagne and caviar for breakfast
Deluxe cabin on ferry
Superior Deluxe hotel in St. Petersburg
2 nights St. Peter Line ferry Helsinki - St. Petersburg - Helsinki
1 night at the hotel in St. Petersburg
2 breakfasts and 2 dinners onboard
1 breakfast at the hotel
Transportation by sedan car or minibus
English speaking guide
All admission and entrance fees
Tax and service charges
Day 1: 7H city tour and visit to Catherine Palce
Day 2: 7H Visit to the Hermitage (main building) and Peterhof Park with Lower and Upper fountaind
Group size: max 10
Child discount (up to 12 yo) - 25% off
The visa-free scheduled ferry trip to St. Petersburg by St. Peter Line M/S Princess Maria and M/S Anastasia operate between Stockholm, Helsinki, Tallinn and St. Petersburg cruising comfortably all year round. Passengers of all nationalities arriving in St. Petersburg onboard cruise liner or ferry and staying for 72 hours are not required to have Russian visa.
This St. Petersburg visa free cruise and tour will give you an opportunity to explore this amazing city without Russian tourist visa. You will spend two full days in St. Petersburg visiting some of the most important cultural and architectural landmarks with a professional private guide who will meet you at the ferry terminal in St. Petersburg and stay with you for two days until your ferry sails back to Helsinki.
Departure from Helsinki to St. Petersburg in the evening at 19:00 (7:00pm). Overnight and dinner on board. (D)
Breakfast on ferry. Arrival at 9:00am. Meet your guide at the St Petersburg sea terminal upon arrival. Your visa-free visit to St. Petersburg begins with an overview city sightseeing tour including the city center, Nevsky Prospect, Kazan Cathedral, Admiralty, Strelka, Rosstral Columns, Fontanka, Canal Griboyedova, the Palace Square, Winter Palace, Summer Gardens, St. Isaac Cathedral, Peter and Paul Fortress, Spilled Blood Church and other remarkable architectural and artistic treasures.
In the afternoon continue to Pushkin where you will visit Catherine Palace with its legendary Amber Room, designed by the famous Italian architect Francesco Bartolomeo Rastrelli. The palace is undoubtedly one of St. Petersburg's top attractions. The town of Pushkin, which surrounds the Tsarskoe Selo estates, is St. Petersburg's most charming suburb, named to honor Russia's greatest poet Alexander Sergeevich Pushkin.
In the evening we will be glad to offer optional ballet, symphony or opera performance. Overnight in a centrally located hotel in St. Petersburg (B)
Breakfast at the hotel. In the morning we drive to Peterhof, passing by the summer houses (dachas) of the local residents. Tour Peterhof Lower and Upper fountain Park. Enjoy the spectacular views on the Grand Cascade with its shining gilded statues and Grand Peterhof Palace, learn about the unique fountain system operating without pumps, enjoy "trick fountains" invented by Peter the Great to entertain his guests, stroll along the Gulf of Finland' to admire magnificent sea views and St. Petersburg panorama. Return to St. Petersburg by hydrofoil.
In the afternoon enjoy a tour of the Hermitage museum where you will see European masters such as Leonardo da Vinci, Rafael, Michelangelo, Rubens, Titian, and Rembrandt etc.
Return to the sea terminal around 17:30pm (5:30pm), in time to board the ferry for your overnight trip back to Helsinki. The ferry leaves at 19:00 (7:00pm) Overnight and dinner onboard. (B, D)
After breakfast onboard arrive in Helsinki at 8:00am (B)
Group size: max 10 people