Beautiful Saint-Petersburg of Peter the Great.
We will see 2 monuments to Peter the Great, the Admiralty, the territory of the former Port, look at the building of the University and the Academy of Sciences, you will find out about the Kunstkamera — all these places are connected with the name of Peter 1. We will reach the Peter and Paul Fortress — the first building in the city founded by Peter 1. iI you wish — we’ll visit the Cathedral on the territory of fortress, where our emperors are buried, see the bust of Peter 1 (image taken from his death mask), see the first palace of Peter 1 — the smallest palace in the world. We will also talk about the history and architecture of significant places on our way.
A ticket to the Cathedral of the Peter and Paul Fortress is paid on the spot (if guests wish, visit the burial place of almost all Russian emperors, including Peter the Great and the oldest Cathedral of the city).
If the excursion is pedestrian-car - car rental is additionally paid
We will look at the monuments dedicated to Peter the Great - 2 near the Admiralty, one in the Peter and Paul Fortress, look at the Admiralty - a shipyard built by Peter, go through the territory of the arrow of Vasilievsky Island - the territory of the former Port also associated with the name of Peter the Great, look at the building of St. Petersburg State University and the Academy of Sciences, founded by Peter, you will learn about the museum -Kunstkamera - the first museum in St. Petersburg in which Peter the Great placed his collections of rare exhibits , we will reach the Peter and Paul Fortress - the first building in the city founded by Peter. If you wish, we will visit the Cathedral of the Peter and Paul Fortress, where almost all emperors and empresses of the Romanovs’s house are buried, starting with Peter the Great, we’ll go to the grave of Peter the Great and see the bust - a real image of P1 from his dead mask, and we get to the first palace of Peter - the smallest palace in the world. We will also talk about the history and architecture of significant places on our way.
Senate Square, near the monument "Bronze Horseman"