Great news: two most famous St. Petersburg sights have disability access facilities and can be covered in your 1-day St. Petersburg Accessible Tour. TheMuseum has lifts and famous Peterhof gardens have ramps. Moreover, Nevsky Prospect, although not entirely curb free, but will be rather easy to maneuver. So you can enjoy the bustling daily life of a big city and add some shopping on Nevsky too (upon your wish).
9:00 – meeting at the port. I suggest to start at 9 a.m., although you can switch it to a later or earlier time, if you are comfortable doing so.
Start with St. Petersburg city sightseeing tour and then head outside the city to Peterhof.
10:30-12:30 – accessible tour of the famous.
Time for lunch/snack/coffee-break on the grounds of Peterhof gardens.
Return to the historic city centre to proceed with your St. Petersburg accessible tour.
14:00-16:00 – Hermitage Museum tour. You’ll visit the Winter Palace and see masterpieces of West European Fine Arts collections.
The Hermitage has access ramps and lifts, however please note that it’s not 100% accessible: the lifts have a limited capacity. Please advise on your weight with a wheelchair and the weight of the wheelchair alone, so I could tell you it’s suitable or we’ll need to figure out how to get in (in case the wheelchair is too heavy)
16:15-17:15 – time for a walk along St. Petersburg’s main avenue – Nevsky Prospect. At around 18:00 – return on board the ship
|Number of people||Price per person|
|2 pax||288 USD|
|4 pax||162 USD|
|6 pax||120 USD|
Main St. Petersburg Sights Tour Inclusions:
- port access fees for your guide and transport to pick you up by the ship side;
- visa-free arrangements (complimentary for our customers);
- St. Petersburg local guide fluent in English for 1 day (timing as per program);
- head-sets to hear your guide clearly — for groups larger than 6 persons;
- transportation by a comfortable wheelchair van with a lift (timing as per program);
- pre-arranged admissions (skip the line) to the most famous St. Petersburg sights: Hermitage Museum and Peterhof fountain parks;
- bottled water supply;
- gratuities for the guide and drivers;