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City of Perm

Voznesensko-Feodosyevskaya Church

Sibirskaya street

Art Gallery

Kamenskikh Church

The palace named after Lenin

The palace named after Sverdlov

The Kama embankment

Art Gallery

Museum of Artillery

Petropavlovskaya Church

Historical Museum

City of Perm
Voznesensko-Feodosyevskaya Church
Sibirskaya street
Art Gallery
Kamenskikh Church
The palace named after Lenin
The palace named after Sverdlov
The Kama embankment
Art Gallery
Museum of Artillery
Petropavlovskaya Church
Historical Museum

Discover fantastic Perm during panoramic city tour by car (4 hours)

Perm is an administrative center of Perm region (Permsky krai) in Russia. It is situated on the banks of the river Kama, at the foot of Ural Mountains.

During this tour you will walk along Sibirskaya street – the Kama embankment. You will visit the “Doctor Zhivago” places, Art Gallery, Historical Museum and famous Museum of Artillery, so-called “Stalinist-style” palaces named after Lenin and Sverdlov. You will also get an opportunity to visit Russian churches (Kamenskikh, Voznesensko-Feodosyevskaya, Petropavlovskaya).

While continuing on your historical adventure, see the Opera and Ballet Theatre of Tchaikovsky, one of the most renowned theatres in Russia. Afterwards, allow your tour guide to lead you through the central streets, and then off the tourist trail to admire some of the region’s lesser known treasures. Before you resume your journey, see some of the region’s notable museums and remarkable art galleries, be sure to pay attention to the spell-binding views of the Kama River. 

During the final days of Russia’s imperial dynasty, it was believed that Michael Alexandrovich, the last of the Romanov, was taken to a forest outside of Perm to be executed. The excursion ends with your tour guide unravelling the history of the most inexplicable mysteries in Russian history, the fall of the Romanov dynasty. During this time, you will be enthralled as your guide invites you to walk the final footsteps of the last Tsar.

Type: Small Group Tours
Duration: 4 hours

Important info

Price includes
  • Hotel pick up and drop off
  • Roundtrip transportation to and from your central hotel (Comfortable car/minivan with A/C)
  • Professional English-speaking guide assistance. Other languages upon request (additional charge may apply)
  • All Entrance fees 
  • All taxes, fees and handling charges
Not included
  • Personal expenses
  • Gratuities to guide/driver (optional)

Sights included in program

1/7th of the World : Perm
The city of Perm is one of the largest economic and cultural centers of Russia. It combines provincial quiet of the Russian countryside, its historic and cultural heritage, and modern science and infrastructure. The city is located at the bottom of the Ural Mountains, which divide Europe and Asia, on the two banks of the Kama, the largest inflow of the Volga. Perm is famous for its Opera and Ballet Theatre, its Art Gallery with a unique collecti... Read more
The Ascension Church of St. Theodosius is one of the most famous symbols of Perm. It was one of the last churches built in Perm before the revolution. Read more
The embankment of the Kama River is the main decoration of Perm. Recently renovated, in the afternoon it is filled with young mummies with strollers, and in the evening lovers come here to admire the reflection of stars in unhurried river water. Read more
The Church of the Kazan Icon of the Mother of God is the youngest of the pre-revolutionary churches of Perm. It was built in the beginning of the XX century, as a chapel of the Uspensky monastery. The construction was started in 1905 and completed in 1908. The Kazan church is one of the most striking examples of the Neo-Russian style in the Kama region and strangely enough - the only characteristic pattern in Perm. Read more
The Museum of History of Motovilikhinskiy Zavod was opened in 1976 by decision of the management and party organization of the plant. Today the museum is represented by two expositions - in the building of the XIX century, which is an architectural monument, and on the open ground. Read more
Palace of Culture named after V. I. Lenin (also known as the Palace of Culture of Motovilikhinskiye Zavody), an architectural monument of regional importance, located in Motovilikha district of Perm city, on Ural street, 93. The building of the Palace of Culture was built in 1963 according to the project of Moscow architects Ya.A. Kornfeld and TG Zaikin. Read more
Perm City Palace of Culture named after Soldatov (Sverdlov) is one of the first, largest and best Palace of Culture of the city, the Prikamye and the Urals, with a rich history, traditions, achievements and awards, with great creative potential, it works and develops together with the city and is the center cultural life. Read more
On the high bank of the Kama stands an ancient mansion. In its almost 130-year history of the house changed hands several times, but in the city’s memory he retained the name of its first owner – Nikolay Meshkov. Now in Meshkov House is open an exhibition on the history of the Perm region from ancient times to the late twentieth century. Perm Museum of local lore is the largest and most visited museum in Perm region. Read more
The existence of the gallery begins with the opening in 1902 of the art department of Perm Scientific Industrial Museum. In the 1920s the collection was replenished with significant number of the ancient Russian works of decorative-applied art and sculptures. In 1922 the Museum of Art was opened under Perm State Regional Museum which in 1936 became independent, and was called as the Art Gallery. Read more
Peter and Paul Cathedral is one of the first stone buildings of Perm near the old (now closed) railway station. It is known that Perm was founded in 1723 by Vasily Tatischev commissioned with the task to build a copper smeltery at the confluence of the Yegoshikha and Kama rivers.  Read more
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1 person - US$ 181 (US$ 181 per person)
2 person - US$ 180 (US$ 90 per person)
3 person - US$ 180 (US$ 60 per person)
4 person - US$ 212 (US$ 53 per person)
Price for persons: 1 - 4

Our flexible payment options allow you to pay 20% of a deposit first and the remaining 80% in 14 days prior to your tour date - payment can be done both online or over the phone. This gives you the peace of mind knowing your spaces are booked on the tours and that you do not miss out on making the most of your time in Russia.

Also you get the best, top-rated and most experienced and knowledgeable hand-picked tour guide appointed on a priority basis.
In our experience, exceptional travel experiences are almost always delivered by exceptional people. With that in mind, we utilize a comprehensive approach to select and employ the best tour guides only. Multilingual and well travelled, each possesses deep insight into the diverse attractions and cultural patterns throughout the region. With us guides undergo a rigorous selection process, achieving outstanding knowledge of local culture and language. Rest assured that the best tour guides only will be working on the tours to give you excellent opportunity to explore the best of the sights during both short and long-term stay in Russia.

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