The Private Accessible 1 day St. Petersburg Shore Excursion is a great way to see some of the major highlights of St. Petersburg when short on time. St. Petersburg is a city full of history, intrigue and beautiful architecture that can be overwhelming to do in one day without an experienced tour guide. That is what makes this accessible tour a must for disabled travelers!
Begin your full day of adventure with this accessible St. Petersburg shore excursion when you meet your driver and professionally licensed guide at the St. Petersburg cruise dock or your accessible hotel. Board your private, wheelchair accessible van with lift to travel to and between your destinations in this imperial city. One of your first stops along this route will be the Church of Our Savior on the Spilled Blood. This late 19th century church was erected on the very spot that Emperor Alexander II was assassinated.
Continue your St. Petersburg accessible shore excursion with a visit to St. Isaac’s Cathedral, the largest Russian Orthodox cathedral in the city and fourth largest in the world! Your guide will take you through the wheelchair accessible entrance to explore this breathtaking cathedral from the inside. Learn about its storied past and how the Russians “disguised” the dome during World War II.
With this shore excursion of accessible St. Petersburg you will get to visit one of the largest and stunning museums in the world, the Hermitage Museum. See the enormous collections of priceless artifacts that began with Catherine the Great.Finish your day with a visit to Peterhof Lower Park, a masterpiece of Russian garden design.
- St. Isaac’s Cathedral
- Hermitage Museum
- Peterhof Lower Park
- Church of Our Savior on the Spilled Blood