St. Petersburg, 4 days/3 nights
Day 1 Welcome to St. Petersburg!
Arrive in St. Petersburg, Transfer to hotel with guide’s assistance.
Welcome dinner at hotel.
Visit to St.Petersburg’ Philharmonic Hall (www.philharmonia.spb.ru) . The St. Petersburg Philharmonic, the oldest Philharmonic in Russia, is more than two hundred years old
Breakfast at hotel.
City tour in St.Petersburg – you will visit all most important objects in the city connected with Tchaikovsky. Visit to Samoilov’s Family museum . You will learn a lot about musical saloons of the XIX- century.
Lunch at a restaurant with Russian cuisine
Tour to Sheremetyev Palace, a love story of Count Sheremetyev and a slave actress Parasha Zhemchugova, who became a singer and the Count’s wife. You will see an exhibition of early musical instruments and listen to a private classical concert.
Visit to Mariinsky theatre (www.mariinsky.ru)
Dinner in a fine restaurant
Breakfast at hotel.
Hermitage tour (www.hermitage.org ). This is one of the world's largest art museums. Housed primarily in the Imperial Winter Palace, the exposition fills more than 350 halls.
Visit to Pushkin (www.pushkin-town.net) . The palace-and- park ensemble of Tzar’s Village – a former suburban residence of the Russian emperors – is a fascinating monument of the architecture and gardening arts of the 18th and 19th centuries.
Lunch at the Russian “Podvorye” restaurant with alcohol non-limited. (www.podvorye.ru)
Return to the city centre. Time at leisure
Transfer to gala dinner in a restaurant of Petersburg.
The concert performers are the best actors, musicians, opera singers in St.Petersburg.
Day 4 Goodbye St. Petersburg!
Breakfast at hotel, Transfer to the airport with guide’s assistance
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Gala dinner at the theater “St.Petersburg Opera” . (www.spbopera.ru)
Pavlovsk tour (www.pavlovsk.org) . You will have the opportunity to visit the Russia’s oldest St.Petersburg conservatoire – the Rimsky Korsakov Conservatoire, where Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninov, Shostakovich and many more of the world’s greatest musicans began their artistic life (www.conservatory.ru )