Griboyedov canal embankment, 16, Descent opposite the House of books
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Pier «Griboyedov canal embankment, 16» — Descent opposite the House of books
Daily at 00.30
1 h 15 m
Ships: Sierra
Discount from each ticket when buying online
1 500 ₽
at the pier
1 500 ₽
at the pier
1 500 ₽
at the pier
  • View of the bridges and the night Neva
  • Drawbridges - an incredible mystical sight of St. Petersburg at night

The main attraction of the city on the Neva River-drawbridges. A fascinating sight, the grandeur and beauty of which can be fully appreciated only from the deck of the ship.

Every day at the House of books, you can go on a night trip along the Neva River, where you will discover views of the Admiralty, the Winter Palace, Birzhevaya square with Rostral columns and the Peter and Paul fortress. You will go on a mini trip on a single-deck boat with a walking area and an indoor salon, for any weather and any company. The tour lasts 1 hour and 15 minutes.

Night excursions are necessary for exploring St. Petersburg.

You can buy a ticket for a night tour at a discount on our website or at the pier for the full price.

ATTENTION! The ship departs at 00.30

Route and landmarks
House of the Book
The house of Books (Singer's House) is a monument of art Nouveau architecture, where one of the best bookstores is located. The building is also known as the place where The Vkontakte office is located, and the silhouette of the tower of the house is inextricably associated with Nevsky Prospekt.
Savior on Blood
Cathedral of the Resurrection of Christ on Blood or Church of the Savior on Blood – one of the most famous churches in Russia, a masterpiece of "Russian style" in architecture. It was built on the Bank of the Griboyedov canal, on the spot where the Emperor Alexander II the Liberator was mortally wounded.
Three-wheeled bridge
The three-wheeled or Triple bridge is a unique architectural composition in the heart of the city near the Savior on Blood. The ensemble consists of the Malo-Konyushenny bridge over the Moika River, the Theater bridge over the Griboyedov canal, and the dam bridge, which unite the three Islands of the center of St. Petersburg.
Memorial Museum-apartment of A. S. Pushkin on Moika Embankment, 12
The last house of the great poet, the place where Pushkin died from his wound. Today, the apartment on Moika is a Museum that reproduces the situation of Pushkin's apartment, a testimony to his era.
Old Saint Petersburg Stock Exchange and Rostral Columns
The famous architectural ensemble on the Eastern tip of Vasilievsky island, where man-made beauty complements the beauty of the Neva. The square with Rostral columns, the silhouettes of the exchange And the Kunstkamera are indispensable attributes of the ceremonial landscape of St. Petersburg.
Probably one of the most unusual museums in St. Petersburg and Russia, a collection of natural wonders, ethnographic finds and scientific curiosities. It is located in the building of the St. Petersburg Academy of Sciences, which is also associated with the appearance of the city.
Saint Isaac's Cathedral
The largest Orthodox Church in St. Petersburg, a masterpiece of the architect Montferrand, was built in the middle of the XIX century. To this day, the Cathedral is the dominant center of the city and a popular place to look at St. Petersburg from a height.
Bronze Horseman
Monument to the founder of the city erected by Catherine II. Peter I appears as a commander and conqueror of nature, as well as a formidable guardian of the Northern capital, as in Pushkin's poem.
The main Admiralty is a monument of classicism, one of the first buildings built at the Foundation of St. Petersburg. The decorative ship on its spire became one of the symbols of the city, and the Admiralty needle itself was sung by Alexander Pushkin.
Peter and Paul Fortress
The silhouette of the Peter and Paul fortress with the famous spire crowned with an angel is clearly associated with St. Petersburg. This is where the city began – in 1703, the fortress was founded by Peter the Great.
Winter Palace
Baroque masterpiece of the architect Rastrelli, the main Palace of the Romanov Empire. Today it is not only a monument of architecture and history of Russia, but also the main building of the grandiose Museum of art – the State Hermitage.
Marble Palace
The majestic building of the architect Rinaldi on the Palace embankment of the Neva river. Famous for its facade decoration and marble interior decoration, the building was previously the home of members of the Royal family, and now it is a branch of the Russian Museum.
Trinity Bridge
Once the longest bridge in the city, the third permanent bridge over the Neva river, one of the most popular in the city. Trinity bridge acquired its final appearance and design in the art Nouveau style at the beginning of the XX century.
Battle cruiser of the Imperial Navy, which became a symbol of the October revolution. Shots of the Aurora gave the signal to storm the Winter Palace in 1917, now the Museum ship is permanently parked on the Petrograd side.
One of the newest and most popular sculptural monuments in St. Petersburg. The bronze bird, located directly above the waves of the Fontanka river, is associated with urban folklore and many customs.
Cabin of Peter the Great
The first house in St. Petersburg, built for the Tsar at a distance from the Peter and Paul fortress on the banks of the Neva. Here the founder of the city lived in the summer, to this day the wooden house-Museum, surrounded by a stone "case", has remained unchanged.
Saint Michael's Castle
Mikhailovsky, aka Engineering, castle on Fontanka – the last large-scale construction of St. Petersburg in the XVIII century. The castle was built by order of the Emperor Paul, who met his death in it – now it is a branch of the Russian Museum.
Photos of our guests