With the outbreak of COVID-19, governments are encouraging people to self-quarantine and practice social distancing. Cruise lines have cancelled cruises, governments have shut down borders, and air travel has
In this article we offer an overview of ways to travel to St. Petersburg without applying for a Russian Visa. Here you will find advice on how to travel to St. Petersburg Visa-Free for citizens of The US, Canada, UK, and 53 other countries.
Travel can be hard work, especially in an unfamiliar place such as Russia. Naturally, exploring St.Petersburg can become a frustrating duty, especially if you or any of your family
Have you ever fantasized of trying on the role of a queen? Imagine strolling along the halls of the beautiful palaces featured in HBO’s “Catherine the Great.” You can
Learn about the state of autism awareness in St. Petersburg, Russia and what options are available for guests who are on the spectrum. We have a tour guide who is a certified autism travel professional and we offer custom private tours for families looking for autism-friendly tours or excursions, if arriving by cruise ship.
For those of you out of the loop, back in July, the Russian President announced that a new e-visa program would be implemented for tourists traveling to St. Petersburg.
Find out why The Hermitage Museum is the top destination in St. Petersburg and what you can expect to see there. Below, we outline the history of the museum,
Applying for a Russian visa is a notoriously inconvenient and expensive process, with no guarantee that you will be granted a visa. Further, tourists are often required to show
If you are coming to St. Petersburg by cruise ship, check out our ranking of the Top Ten Best Things to Do in St.Petersburg and find an answer for what to see and do in this beautiful city.
St. Petersburg is a unique city — European, Russian, Soviet, and Asian influences have shaped its architectural styles. And it is fantastically beautiful — it boasts hundreds of shining spires, monumental cathedrals, grand palaces, gilded domes, and endless canals….
Pavlovsk Palace, or “Paul’s Palace” in English, is a hidden gem that is widely overlooked by passengers arriving to St Petersburg by cruise ship. Visitors who do decide to tour it, are treated to its gorgeous interiors and fantastic pieces of art. Since it is not as well-known, it provides an excellent opportunity to take a break from a busy itinerary in relative tranquility.