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2-Day Group Shore Excursion in St Petersburg with Faberge Museum & Boat Cruise
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2-Day Group Shore Excursion in St Petersburg with Faberge Museum & Boat Cruise

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Get a comprehensive overview of the St. Petersburg—considered to be the "Venice of the North"—on this 2-day small-group shore excursion. See famous sights including Peterhof, Catherine’s Palace, the Hermitage Museum and more. Enjoy skip-the-line admission to many attractions, a 3-course Russian lunch each day, a Neva River canal cruise, and a guided tour of the famous Faberge Museum.
$235.00 per adult
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Valentin wrote a review Mar 2020
St. Petersburg, Russia956 contributions5,421 helpful votes
Trinity Cathedral in St. Petersburg is an architectural monument of late classicism. It got its name from the Izmailovsky Regiment, one of the oldest in Russia. The regiment was founded by Empress Anna Ioannovna in 1730 under the name of the village of Izmailovsky in the suburbs. Often called the Trinity Izmailovsky Church. It is one of the most monumental in the Northern capital.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Becky G wrote a review Oct 2019
Milwaukee, Wisconsin38 contributions13 helpful votes
I liked the stars on the cupolas. I spotted this church in the distance when I was visiting St Nicholas Naval Cathedral, not far from Yusupov Palace. It is a working church, so head coverings and silence are expected. It's pretty inside. Outside is a thriving market where people sell things out of stalls - some touristy, but mostly practical such as clothing.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Anh Nhat T wrote a review Sep 2019
St. Petersburg, Russia10 contributions
At the old quarter. Near the Metro Station, opposite to Neva canal. Near the Varshavsky Express Mall what is renovated from the old station.
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Date of experience: September 2019
PipPaul W wrote a review Aug 2019
Buckfastleigh, United Kingdom1,437 contributions428 helpful votes
This is very pretty from the outside with its blue domes covered in golden stars. It is a working church so no entry fee. Inside the walls are plain but there are many gold framed pictures, some really enormous, and icons. Also, unlike some of the other 'churches made into museums', eg Spilled Blood and St Issacs, there was a very nice, well written in ENGLISH display board giving sufficient info about the building. We were there as a service was being held at the far, left hand chapel. Boy can the clerics sing. Beautiful voices
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Mikaela wrote a review Jul 2019
Fairfax County, Virginia80 contributions24 helpful votes
I saw the cathedral from afar and knew I had to see it up close. It is much bigger than I expected and the blue domes with stars are even more impressive. I went inside (photography is not allowed inside) and looked around. As it was an active church, I’d seen women covering their head as they went inside, but there was a basket of scarves inside in case you forgot to bring one. I definitely recommend visiting to see the outside and the inside if you are curious
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Date of experience: July 2019
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