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Just want to say that my guide Valeria was terrific! Knowledgeable, pleasant and funny. I would recommend her to anyone.

St. Petersburg full-day small-group overview city tour with Hermitage, Peter and Paul's Cathedral, St. Isaac's Cathedral and Lunch

I have returned home from St Petersburg. (What a great city.) I want to give some feedback on these two personal tours you organised for us. These tours were excellent. I have visited the Hermitage before in 2008 without a guide and Victoria made all the difference. I cannot praise Victoria more highly. She has a very large knowledge , is very professional and is very charming. Victoria personalised our 2 tours and it was great to have a real conversation with a local Russia. We were very pleased we booked these tours. I would recommend Victoria as a guide to anyone.

St. Petersburg Discovery Tour

Once Siberia’s capital, fabulous Tobolsk is one of the region’s most historic cities, sporting a magnificent kremlin and a charmingly decrepit old town. It is the only town in Siberia and one of the few in Russia which has a standing stone "kremlin", or elaborate city-fortress, from the turn of the 17th and 18th centuries. Its white walls and towers with an ensemble of churches and palatial buildings spectacularly sited on a high river bank were proclaimed a national historical and a... Read more
Once Siberia’s capital, fabulous Tobolsk is one of the region’s most historic cities, sporting a magnificent kremlin and a charmingly decrepit old town. It is the only town in Siberia and one of the few in Russia which has a standing stone "kremlin", or elaborate city-fortress, from the turn of the 17th and 18th centuries. Its white walls and towers with an ensemble of churches and palatial buildings spectacularly sited on a high river bank were proclaimed a national historical and architectural treasure. The centre of the Russian colonisation of Siberia, Tobolsk was founded in 1587. Until the early 20th century it remained significant as a centre for both learning and exile. Involuntary guests included Fyodor Dostoevsky en route to exile in Omsk, and deposed Tsar Nicholas II and his family, who spent several months here in 1917 before being taken to Yekaterinburg and executed. Tobolsk was one of the largest cities of Russian Empire in 17-18th centuries. The stone-building in Tobolsk was the first in Siberia. It has been the cultural centre of Siberia for a long time. The first monastery of Siberia was built in Tobolsk. Here for the first time in Siberia schools have been open, printery, theatre, was born and the first cartographer and the historian of Siberia S.U.Remezov worked.