The best attractions in St. Petersburg

You have not really been to St. Petersburg, if you have not visited these places.
The Hermitage Museum
The second largest museum in the world boasts over 2.7 million exhibits and displays a diverse range of art and artefacts from all over the world. On the tour, you will see masterpieces by Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, Titian, a unique collection of Rembrandt and others. Moreover, you will be charmed by the royal interiors in every single room of the residence. Spending just a minute at each exhibition object - you will need 11 years to see all of them. Our guides will show you the best of the Hermitage within 3 hours!
Grand Maket Russia
Grand Maket Russia is a miniature exposition of the vastness of the Russian Federation. Boasting one of the largest railway models in Europe, the museum features a 3D layout with mountains, lakes, forests and small towns, where day fades into the night in 13-minute cycles. The permanent exhibition covers an area of 800 square meters. Hundreds of artists worked on the display, opened in 2012 with the aim of introducing visitors to the country's diverse communities and lifestyles.
St. Isaac's Cathedral
St. Isaac's Cathedral is one of the symbols of St. Petersburg, the golden dome of which dominates the city's skyline. With its monumental interior, the Cathedral welcoming its visitors mainly as a museum. Although, services are also held on significant ecclesiastical holidays. You can also climb the 262 steps to the colonnade around the drum of the dome and enjoy the breathtaking views of the city. In summertime the collonade is open till 4:30 am.
Since November of 2017 St. Petersburg has been a home to the biggest planetarium in the world. Its dome measuring 37 meters in diameter which makes the planetarium even larger than its counterparts in Japan or USA. Located not far from the historical center in a former building of the biggest gasholder in Russia. The building is equipped with the newest multimedia technology and aside from observing the starry sky, you can also take a tour around Museum of Space Exhibits and visit an interactive hall with virtual reality technologies.
Aurora Cruiser
There is something quite magical about visiting a pre-World War I battleship moored in the heart of St. Petersburg, especially the one as famous and historically important as Aurora Cruiser. On your visit to the Cruiser, you can see an engine-room, a boiler compartment, and a radio room. It's also possible to see the crew's quarters. Unique photographs and documents relating to the ship's history are on display along with the personal belongings of its crew. There are over 500 original documents which tell the story of the cruiser and its role in the XX century history of Russia.