St Petersburg Channels and River Boat Tour

St Petersburg Boat Tour

Adults
$ 40.00 per person
Children
$ 35.00 per person
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Please note! You can use your voucher any time you like. The addresses where you can hop on are: 
Palace Embankment, 32Sankt-Peterburg, 191186
Fontanka river embankment, 25Sankt-Peterburg, 191023
Fontanka river embankment, 64Sankt-Peterburg, 191002
The tour is run every 1,5 hours.
The schedule for departure from Fontanka river embankment, 25Sankt-Peterburg, 191023 is: 11:00; 12:30; 14:00; 15:30; 17:00; 18:30; 20:00; 21:30
If you have questions, please contact us: tours@st-petersburg-visit.com, +7 921 930-65-74

 

This tour is available every 1,5 hour from 3 Piers of departure.
The addresses are:
Palace Embankment, 32Sankt-Peterburg, 191186
Fontanka river embankment, 25Sankt-Peterburg, 191023
Fontanka river embankment, 64Sankt-Peterburg, 191002

River Boat Day Tour!

This tour is a good chance to see a lot of famous sights in a short time. On a boat, you will travel around St Petersburg city center and enjoy the best it has to show.
Together with a professional guide, the boat will take you through the Fontanka river, Kryukov’s channel, Moyka river, Winter channel, and the Neva river. On both banks of the Fontanka river, you will see the Sheremetyev’s palace (a gift from Peter the Great to the first St Petersburg governor), Anichkov Palace, Beloselsky-Belozersky Palace (one of the richest noble dynasty in Russian history), Ciniselli circus and the Faberge Museum.
Then you will follow to the Kryukov’s canal into Kolomna district where the marvelous St Nicholas Naval cathedral shines with color and gold. You will also see the Theatre’s Square and the famous Mariinsky Theatre. Through the Kryukov’s canal past the New Holland Island you will sail to the Moyka river. Yusupov’s Palace, Count Razumovsky’s estate and Stroganov’s Palace which represent the best examples of Russian nobility aesthetics. You will see the St. Isaac’s Cathedral – one of the tallest cathedrals in the world.
From the Moyka river, the boat will sail to the Winter channel, where the fragment of the last winter palace of Peter the Great and the unique atmosphere of that era remain preserved. Then you will find yourself in the Grand Neva river and the palaces surrounding it. Along Kronversky canal the cruiser will take you around the Hare island and you will see the Peter and Paul fortress with 6 ravelins and bulwarks.
At the end of the tour, you will sail past the Summer Garden, Summer Palace, St. Michael’s Castle.
The tour is available in any weather because the boats have decks and glazed interior spaces.