Duration

5.5-6 hours

Place of the beginning of an excursion

Nevsky Ave., 35 (Gostiny Dvor), parking of buses opposite to the Perinny Ranks art center

Place of the end of an excursion

Mayakovskaya metro station

Time of the beginning of an excursion, frequency

Daily 23.15-23.20

What’s included in the price

Transport service, guide service

Language

English/Russian

  • Route: Nevsky Prospect, The Bronze Horseman, The Admiralty building and The Palace Embankment, The Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood, The Peter and Paul Cathedral, The Universitetskaya (University) Embankment

The night sightseeing tour round St. Petersburg will reveal its mild and magnificent charm, which is difficult to feel in the severe and noble city in daylight. The excursion will be based in the center of St. Petersburg in a twilight shroud. The excursion will be crowned by the boat trip along rivers and canals quiet in the darkness of the night while the gorgeous city is sleeping.

Night sightseeing

During the night sightseeing tour, you will be surprised to discover a completely different and mystifying St. Petersburg - without any hustle and bustle. The splendid Neva embankments safeguarded by severe sphinxes will spread out in their inimitable beauty. The illuminated buildings are mirrored in the dark water of canals and rivers of St. Petersburg.

You will discover The Bronze Horseman, The Peter and Paul Cathedral, The Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood and The Admiralty building. The Nevsky Prospect, which is the world’s leader in the length of illumination, is also worth your special attention during the night.

Through the water in the night

The bridges, decorated with the beautiful lanterns, the illuminated historical buildings and monuments - all these make up the mysterious decorations of St. Petersburg at night. Its squares and streets gradually become empty. The main performance is held on the Neva, where the bridges are drawn at night during the water transport navigation period.

Get to know St. Petersburg by night

Multifaceted St. Petersburg is gorgeous. It has had so many names given by our predecessors and contemporaries. It was given the name of The Capital of Bridges more than once. It has more than 300 bridges, 20 of which are drawbridges. The raising of Palace, Trinity and Blagoveschensky bridges often attract crowds of tourists, rubbernecks and romantic couples.