Classic St. Petersburg Wheelchair Accessible Tour will show you essential landmarks of our city. Our a/c wheelchair van will comfortably drive you from one attraction or museum to the other.
During this 2-day cultural experience in Russia’s Northern capital you will see such famous sights as the Bronze Horseman, Winter Palace and Palace Square, Spit of Vassilievsky Island with Rostral Columns. You will stroll across the very first building of our city – Peter and Paul Fortress and see the Cathedral of Sts. Peter and Paul that for 300 years has served the burial vault of all the Romanov Tsars. The most famous churches of St. Petersburg, such as St. Isaac’s Cathedral and Spilt Blood Church will show their magnificence and reveal their stories. The most famous summer residence – Peterhof will explain you why it’s called Russian Versaillez. The wheelchair accessible river and canal boat trip will show you the beauties of Venice of the North from water.
Enjoy the peace of mind of a well-structured tour combined with comfort and accessibility of sights and expertise of the local guide.
Wheelchair Accessible Tour Inclusions & Exclusions
Visa-free shore excursion
Transportation by wheelchair accessible van with an elevator capable to take 6 able-bodied passengers & 2 wheelchair users
Local English-speaking tour guide for 2 days
Special early admission to the Hermitage Museum incl. the Winter Palace
St. Isaac's Cathedral visit
Resurrection Cathedral (Church on the Blood) visit
Peter and Paul Fortress & Cathedral tour
Peterhof fountain gardens tour
Wheelchair accessible river and canal tour by a private boat.
Head sets to hear your guide clearly (for groups larger than 6 pax)
Upon your request: foldable wheelchair to use during your tours (complimentary)
Food & drinks
Optional: wheelchair pusher's services. Please book in advance.
It may be necessary to see sites in a different order, subject to the museum days-off and entrance time confirmed by the Hermitage.Your licenced guide WILL accompany you on all the inside visits and provide the commentary and answer your questions.
PRICE PER ADULT
8:30-9:00 going through the passport control, meeting.
You will meet your guide and driver in the port terminal after the passport control stalls. Look for the signs I Love Travel
9:00-10:30 drive to Peterhof with a city tour on the way.
Driving city tour on the way to Peterhof. You will see such famous sights as the Admiralty, St. Isaac's Square and St. Nicholas Cathedral. You'll drive by other sights, such as Narva Triumphal Gate and Constantine Palace in Strelna.
10:30-12:30 accessible tour of Peterhof.
Wheelchair accessible routes through Peterhof fountain gardens connect the most famous fountains and cascades. You will see magnificent Grand Cascade, exquisite Lion Cascade, downhome Monplaisir part of the fountain parks and enjoy watching the famous trick fountains.
12:30-14:00 time for lunch/snack and drive back to St. Petersburg city centre.
There are a couple of accessible eateries on the grounds of Peterhof fountain parks. You can also opt to drive to St. Petersburg downtown and choose a place for lunch there.
14:15-15:00 &ndsp; tour of St. Isaac's Cathedral.
One of the symbols of St. Petersburg, this incredible cathedral is 4th biggest cupola structure of the world. Impressive outside and amazingly beautiful inside, it never fails to impress.
15:30-16:45 river and canal boat tour along rivers and canals.
See our beautiful city from water cruising on board our wheelchair accessible small boat.
17:30 Return on board the cruise ship.
9:00 Disembark, meet your guide and driver, continue the city tour. Palace Square walk.
The heart of our city is Palace Square. You'll take a walk, crossing it on the way to the Hermitage Museum.
10:00-12:00 Special early admission to the Hermitage museum.
Tour of the Winter Palace, Small, Old and New Hermitage buildings. Reception rooms and throne halls of the Russian tsars and highlights of West-European fine arts collection. To avoid crowds, we'll arrange special early admission (before the museum opens its doors to the flood of visitors).
12:30-13:00 Resurrection Cathedral (Church on Spilt Blood) inside visit.
Built in Neo-Russian style as a monument to Alexander II, it turned out the world's biggest museum of mosaics ever. Inside every inch is covered with stunning mosaics - Roman, Florentine and Russian.
13:15-14:15 time for lunch.
We suggest having a snack on the grounds of the Hermitage Museum. Alternatively there are several restaurants and cafes within a 5-10 minutes' drive.
14:30-15:30 Peter and Paul Fortress and Cathedral tour.
One more flat accessible museum fo St. Petersburg is Peter and Paul Fortress. The Sts. Apostles Peter and Paul Cathedral is the burial vault of the Romanov dynasty.