1. St. Petersburg: Morning Kayak Tour in the Historic Center
You'll start your tour at the base of one of the most famous cathedrals in the city, the St. Nicholas Naval Cathedral, built in the 18th Century. Sailing along the Kryukov Canal, you'll pass by Mariinsky Theater and on to the Moyka Canal. You'll be able to see a bit of the New Holland Arch before seeing the Yusupov Palace and then the magnificient St. Isaac's Cathedral. You'll then proceed under some famous colourful bridges, including the Blue Bridge, the widest in the city. You'll see Nevsky Prospekt, the main street of the city, straight from the water, before reaching the Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood, built at the exact place where Alexander II was mortally wounded. From there, you will start your way back down the Griboyedov Canal to the starting point, enjoying the view on the Cathedral of Our Lady of Kazan, and again sailing between famous bridges like the Bank and the Lion bridge. At six in the morning, Saint Petersburg is just waking up, you can enjoy its sights in a quiet and magical setting. This unique kayaking excursion acquaints you with the architectural splendor of the cultural capital of Russia.