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St Petersburg is the famous Russian port on the Baltic connecting Russia with the rest of Europe for centuries. Let City Sightseeing St Petersburg show you around Russia’s imperial capital and experience panoramic views of this dazzling metropolis...more
Among so many other options (the city is packed with boat tours, too many to be honest) we chose the City Sightseeing boat trip because we knew the brand, as their hop-on, hop-off buses are in most major cities in Europe. The boat trip was...More
Not the best HOHO Bus tour and there seems to be a disconnect between the buses and boats. Staff is completely rude and not helpful, commentary horrible, but if you are there for only a few days, this is the only choice. It's Russia, seems...More
Firstly if you really want to do this buy your ticket in the city information booth right next to stop one, they sell you them at the Russian price which is cheaper.
Secondly do not pay 1000 ruble for the boat, no tours in English...More
I bought my ticket online, prior to arriving in St. Petersburg, so I can't speak to purchasing from the operators on the day of. This is the fourth City Sightseeing bus I’ve taken in two months in four different cities (after Copenhagen, Tallinn, and Helsinki)....More
We took a hop on / hop off trip on the Neva river, the scenery is just beautiful and impressive however, the equipment on the boat was old and the sound on the translator didn’t work so we couldn’t understand anything, same happened on 90%...More
We didnt have a visa to enter st petersburg but if you bought an excursion on board you had automatic entry. So we hired a private care to do sight seeing. It was pretty exspensive though. $400 US 1/2 day. But I think it was...More
We were at all bus stopped for 20 minutes, someone came and said change bus, they put us in another bus and then we saw that the bus we were on filled up with people and left. After waiting for 30 minutes in the new...More