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All shore excursions in Accessible St. Petersburg are suitable for wheelchair users, scooter users, slow walkers, and non-disabled travelers. Discover the most exciting and well-known sites of St. Petersburg on our private 1 or 2-day shore excursions accompanied by an officially licensed English-speaking guide. All tours are flexible and can be adapted to your interests and needs. We can make combinations or make changes in the tour, duration, or the total number of days. When you wish to visit a site that is not listed, please contact us, as the itineraries in St. Petersburg are very flexible.


Cathedral St Isaac St. Petersburg

Wheelchair Accessible one-day city tour St. Petersburg – Approx. 10 hours

If you have only one day to spend in St. Petersburg, this wheelchair accessible tour is perfect! It is impossible to see all the attractions of this historic city in only one day. Therefore, we have picked out the most memorable highlights, so you get the most out of the time you have.

Catherine Palace St. Petersburg

Wheelchair Accessible two-day city tour St. Petersburg – Approx. 2 days

Get the best out of the city during this two-day wheelchair accessible tour. Your English-speaking officially licensed guide will show you all the hidden gems and architecture. A must-do for cultural and art lovers.

Tours in St. Petersburg

Once disembarked from your cruise ship, an accessible guided tour of this historical city is the perfect way to spend a day. Knowledge of where and what is accessible is essential for wheelchair or scooter users to enjoy the delights of this city to the fullest, and we are delighted to have this opportunity to assist you in visiting St Petersburg.

Highlights include, but are not limited to, visits of the Church of the Saviour on Spilled Blood, the Hermitage Museum, St. Peter and Paul’s Fortress.

You may also want to consider a visit to Tsarskoye Selo (Residence of the Imperial family), the Catherine Palace and the Russian Versailles, Tsar’s summer residence Peterhof, St Isaac Cathedral or the Petrovskaya Aquatoria

About St. Petersburg

St Petersburg is the second largest town of Russia and often referred to as “The Venice of the North”, due to its many rivers and canals. The city is filled with art and culture. The Russian Museum might have one of the best collection of Russian Art. And you can spend days discovering the Hermitage, where you can see everything from mummies to Picassos. Do not forgot to include a visit to the impressive Palaces. Furthermore, you can find one of the largest mosaic collections in St. Petersburg, the Church of the Saviour on Spilled Blood. There is much more to experience, so join us and explore St. Petersburg.

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