What’s included in St. Petersburg CityPass
St. Petersburg CityPass includes a guide with tear-off tickets (in Russian and English languages) and a city map.
The Saint Isaac’s Cathedral is the fourth largest doomed cathedral in the world. Built in the first half of the 19th century, the cathedral became the embodiment of the spiritual strength of the Russian Empire.
The Colonnaded Walkway of the St. Isaac’s Cathedral not only became a major landmark of the city, but also its biggest observation deck. To get there you have to mount over 500 steps of a spiral staircase.
Red double-decker buses are making trips across the city centre. The route includes Nevskiy Avenue, Gostiny Dvor — one of the oldest department stores in St. Petersburg, St. Isaac’s Cathedral, Admiralty Building and etc.
The Sightseeing Boat Tour goes around Saint Petersburg’s central area, stopping at the main city attractions. The ticket allows you to get off the boat at any stop, visit any attraction you want and get back on the boat.
High-speed hydrofoils will take you down the Neva River and Gulf of Finland to the famous «Kingdom of fountains». We suggest for you the 30-minute trip to Peterhof.
Waterloo it’s a Belgian gastropub on Rubinshteina Street, the place to go to for fresh craft beer and the most remarkable items on the menu prepared at the Waterloo smokery.
Download free «Gett» application in AppStore or Google Play and get 500 rubles discount for your first ride, using promo code from Moscow CityPass or St. Petersburg CityPass guidebook.
Just 100 m from Nevsky Prospekt, this 4-star boutique hotel in St. Petersburg located within a 19th-century building annd has modern rooms with a city view.
AKYAN St-Petersburg is located within a 7-minute walk of Nevskiy Prospeсt, Moskovsky Train Station and Ploschad' Vosstaniya Metro Station. The Tavrichesky Garden and the Mikhailovsky Theatre are 1.5 km away.
Terminal F, 2nd floor, Departure area, window #8
Address: 1А, Mezhdunarodnoye Avenue, Khimki, Moscow region
Timetable: from 8 am to 10 pm everyday
How to use St. Petersburg CityPass
When you buy a St. Petersburg CityPass you receive a guide with tear-off tickets and restaurant discount coupons. The CityPass is valid for 48 hours starting from the first visit to a museum/gallery included in the CityPass program.
Discounts and special offers remain valid even after the CityPass expires.
|1||Go to the ticket office and present your CityPass guidebook|
|2||The cashier will check the validity of the CityPass.|
|3||And tear off the corresponding ticket from the guide|
|4||The card is activated and can be used within its validity period|