For an additional fee
Extra hours of guide service – $11 per hour;
For extra usage of the transport in Saint-Petersburg: $7 per hour for a personal car (4 seats, 3+1 hours minimum; $10 per hour for a minivan (8 seats, 3+1 hours minimum); $12 per hour for a minibus (12-18 seats, 4+1 hours minimum);
Lunches and dinners (A typical meal for one person costs approximately from $9-10 per person);
Hire of the clothes in the winter months.
Train tickets by Sapsan from Moscow to St.-Petersburg/from St.-Petersburg to Moscow – approximately $39 per person.
Visit to museums for extra charge
The History Museum-Scale Model «Peter the Great Aquatory». Large scale model of St.-Petersburg of 18th century. Peter the Great Aquatory provides you with a unique chance to see all major tourist attractions in one place! – $6 per person.
St.Isaac’s Cathedral - the largest cathedral in Russia. St.Isaac’s Cathedral is an outstanding monument of Russian architecture of the 19th century and one of the greatest dome constructions in the world. – $6 per person.
The Church of the Saviour on Spilled Blood – the magnificent Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood is one of St.-Petersburg's most memorable landmarks. The church, built at the end of the nineteenth century, is constructed in a classical Russian style. – $5 per person;
The Grand maket of Russia. On the layout area of 800 square meters you will see the generalized images of cities and regions of Russia. Hundreds of moving trains and cars, sound and light effects add dynamics to the exposition and thousands of tiny figures make the genre scenes – $6 per person;
St.-Petersburg State Museum of Bread (for mini groups). The museum's displays give an idea of the traditions of bread consumption in Russia, recounting the history of the baking and flour confectionery business and trade in the country in general and in St.Petersburg. The exhibits include various household utensils, examples of bread-baking equipment, works of visual art, photographs, documents, advertisements, shop signs and assorted breads. – $8 per person;
Art Fan Museum. The Art of fan Museum houses over 300 exponents from almost every corner of the world, the oldest of which dates back to 17th century. Fans of the collection originate from China, Japan, Korea, France, England, Italy, Spain, Germany, the Netherlands, Russia, and even Brazil. The Museum occupies a section of ceremonial rooms designed in the Russian Empire style in the Louis Sixteenth building. – $8 per person;
Excursion «Tea in a Communal apartment» (for mini groups). Communal apartments appeared in the Soviet Union following the Russian revolution of 1917. The communal apartment became the predominant form of housing in the USSR for generations, and examples still exist in "the most fashionable central districts of large Russian cities" – $8 per person;
The Faberge Museum. The Faberge museum holds 14 large Faberge eggs, the majority of which used to belong to Russian royal family, today it is the largest collection of that type in the world. Besides that, you can see many other jewelry pieces made by Faberge company or by the contemporaries of Carl Faberge. – $14 per person; excursion for group – $208 per group (15 person), max-18 person in group;
The ERARTA museum. The largest private museum of contemporary art in Russia. The permanent collection contains over 2300 works by more than 250 artists from all over the country. – $8 per person; excursion for group – $31 per group (25 person);
The Russian museum of ethnography. The Russian Museum of Ethnography is one of the largest and richest museums in Russia. The museum collections include objects of ethnic culture of more than 150 peoples of Russia and its neighbours – $4 per person (Individual excursion – $8 per person, excursion for groups – $77 per group (20 person); $116 per group (30person));
The Russian Museum. The State Russian Museum is the world’s largest collection of Russian art, housed in a unique architectural complex in the historical centre of St.-Petersburg. It was the first museum of Russian art, initiated by Emperor Alexander III. – $6 per person, excursion for group – $131 per group (25 person);
Visit to theatres and shows for extra charge
Russian folk show at the Nikolaevsky Palace in St.-Petersburg. Enjoy this unique opportunity of getting acquainted with the history and cultural traditions of Russia! Classical quartet is playing lovely melodies of the XVIII th century. The show consists of two parts and lasts for 1 hour 50 minutes including the break, when guests are offered some fruit, canapes with red caviar, ham, Russian style Salami, cheese, vodka, champagne, red wine, mineral water, juice, beverages. There is also a good opportunity to buy local souvenirs – $59 per person;
Russian Ballet. The original purpose of the ballet in Russia was to entertain the royal court. During the early 20th century, many Russian ballet dancers rose to fame. Soviet ballet preserved the perfected 19th century traditions and the Soviet Union's choreography schools produced one internationally famous star after another. The Bolshoi Ballet in Moscow and the Mariinsky in Saint-Petersburg remain famous throughout the world. – from $55 per person;