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With your guide, discover two of the most famous monuments of St. Petersburg, and of Russia in general: the Cathedrals of St. Isaac and St. Savior On Spilled Blood.

Languages availableFrench, English, German, Spanish, Italian (choice during check-out)

You meet your guide near the Orthodox Cathedral of Saint-Isaac, built in the 19th century. It was the center of religious life in St Petersburg until the Revolution. As the third largest cathedral in Europe, it offers a magnificent view of the city and the Neva from its main dome, with a high of 102 meters. You visit the cathedral with your guide, and access to the main dome to enjoy a unique panoramic view of St. Petersburg. 

You then head towards the Cathedral of Saint Savior on Spilled Blood, crossing the city center on foot with your guide. Built on the site where Alexander II was murdered in 1881, this neo-Russian-style cathedral, inspired by Moscow's St. Basil's Cathedral, is today one of the most picturesque and visited buildings in Russia.

You and your guide will spend about an hour in each of the two cathedrals, and you will learn more about their history and secrets. This visit is must-do if travelling to St. Petersburg.

To see the meeting point with your guide on a map, click on this what3words link: ///waxes.pencils.aside

  • A 3-hour guided tour
  • Entrance tickets for both cathedrals
You will see
  • The interiors of the two most famous cathedrals in St. Petersburg
  • Sculptures and external decorations of the cathedrals
  • A part of the city centre when moving between the two cathedrals
  • A panoramic view of St. Petersburg
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2Is there a booking fee?
You do not have any additional booking fee. The indicated price is the paid price.
3In which currency is the payment processed?
The payment is done in Russian rubles. You will be debited according to your bank’s currency rate. Prices in euros are indicative prices based on the daily rate of the Russian Federation Central Bank.
4How and until when can I modify or cancel my booking?
In case you wish to modify or cancel your booking, make sure to contact us directly (in English, French or Russian) at Some museums and sites do not accept modifications and cancellations. That is why if you cancel your booking within a week before the excursion, the entrance billet will not be refunded. If you cancel within 3 days before the excursion, the participation fees will not be reimbursed.

In case you only wish to modify your booking, our team will do their best to find a suitable alternative according to our guides’ availabilities and available entrance tickets in the museums.
5When will I be reimbursed?
You will be refunded within 7 working days at last, following the acceptation of your cancellation.
6For how long my items are saved in my cart?
A selected visit added to your cart will be saved for your for 60 minutes.
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