Are you ready for the ultimate St Petersburg experience? Let City Sightseeing St Petersburg show you around Russia's imperial capital and experience panoramic views of this dazzling metropolis from the top of our famous bright red double-decker buses, hopping on and off at 24 conveniently located stops around the city!
- 48 or 72-hour Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour with 360° panoramic views of St Petersburg
- Audio-guide in 11 languages so you can learn about St Petersburg's history and traditions
- 2 bus tour routes & 24 stops around St. Petersburg. Create your itinerary to explore the city
- Flexible 3-month ticket
- Add the Boat Tour to the Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour and enjoy the views from the water
- 48 or 72-hour bus pass
- 1-day boat pass
- Bus: 48 or 72-hour pass
- Boat: 1-day pass
Palace Square at bus stop 3 is right in the heart of St Petersburg. Here you'll see the Alexander Column, a monument built in the early 19th century to remember the Russian military's victory during the war against Napoleon's France. Hop off at bus stop 4 to appreciate the stunning, 19th century Kazan Cathedral, a landmark dedicated to Our Lady of Kazan.
If you want to stretch your legs then bus stop 6 is the place to do it! You've got the Anichkov Palace nearby and also the Anichkov Bridge where you can take a nice long stroll across and enjoy the peaceful views of the Fontanka River and watch as the boats pass underneath you.
Last but not least are the Summer Gardens, commissioned by Peter the Great. This atmosphere here is truly idyllic as you'll pass some incredible statues and the remarkable water fountain right in the heart of the park.
Plus, you can experience the sights from an alternative perspective on board the City Tour Canal Boat as you ride the ‘Golden Ring’ of St Petersburg. Cruise down the Neva River and enhance your City Sightseeing experience as you hop on and off at waterside stops in the city. We'll start the tour at the Admiralty Embankment where you'll get a panoramic view of the beautiful St Petersburg. Next up at stop number 2 is the Peter and Paul Fortress, founded by Peter the Great in the early 18th century. Look out for the Bronze Horseman as you cruise down the Neva River, it's a great big statue of Peter the Great riding a horse in the middle of Senate Square.
Go ahead and book your ticket online today and let us do the driving! Just relax and enjoy the view.
Before you Go
- Operational season: all year round
- Excluding: 9th May
- Operational season: 1st May - 15th September 2019 / 5th May - 20th October 2020
- Excluding: 9th May, 26th July
- Departure point: 21 Fontanka River Embankment (near Faberge Museum)
- Customers must first go to the bus to validate their tickets in order to gain access to the boat tour