Accompanied by your private guide, visit the 3rd largest cathedral in Europe, Saint Isaac's in St. Petersburg.
Accompanied by your guide, learn more about the construction of the cathedral, which was built during the reigns of three tsars: Alexander I, Nicolas I, and Alexander II. Discover the history of the building, which can hold more than 14,000 faithful.
Since 1931, The cathedral has been a museum. First it was a museum of atheism, until 1937, and afterward a museum of history and art.
You will also have the opportunity to visit the cupola, which is 102 meters in the air. Visitors will have a panoramic view of the city and Neva river below (to be paid on site).